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Is McKinnon set it and forget it?


#1

At this point?

I’ve had him a few weeks now and the only time I started him was against BAL when Murray had the big game. His huge games have all been on my bench.

10 team PPR

Should he just be considered a plug and play at this point regardless of roster?

What’re everyone’s thoughts?


#2

I believe so. He has yet to prove otherwise, and very valuable in ppr especially.

Who else would you consider playing over him?


#3

My other main RBs are Hunt and Gordon. But I’m trying to eliminate decision making. McKinnon can be my permanent Flex if I have to.

Just curious about others’ opinions on him. If you own him, is he a must-start regardless of other options or weekly matchup?


#4

Yes I would permaflex him, UNLESS there is a week where a different matchup is just too juicy to pass up.


#5

Thanks for the input.

Anyone else with thoughts?


#6

Depends on the rest of your roster. But it’s likely that he’s perma flex. Like my roster he’d be perma bench but I ended up with Gordon, Gurley, and Hunt so then i’m just alternating WRs.


#7

Deffiently a Flex, but this week start him as your other RB and go with a different flex with Hunt on bye.


#8

He’s definitely my RB 2 this week. I just hated having him on my bench those weeks where he had huge games. Ideally he has huge games every week. But with Murray involved ya just never know.


#9

They play the hothand but McKinnon is the starter and has a much better upside. I doubt Murray has another game like that, but McKinnon is still a safe play.


#10

It’s not be relevant at this point but I had Dalvin Cook to go with Hunt and Gordon to start the year. I’m just glad that McKinnon has stepped up.

I remember last year when he had to fill in for Peterson he was very hit and miss. Just hoping for consistency.