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Terrelle Pryor or Devante Parker week 2? Standard league half point


#1

Miami vs Chargers and Washington vs Los Angeles Rams. Pryor?Parker? or even consider S.Shepard?

Here is my starting lineup

QB- R.Wilson vs 49ers
RB- L.Bell vs Vikings
RB- J. Ayayi vs Chargers
WR- A.Thielen vs Steelers
WR- D.Parker vs. Chargers
TE- T. Kelce vs Eagles
FLX- T.Cohen vs Buccaneers
K. C. Santos vs Eagles
DEF- Panthers vs Bills

Bench
QB-D.Carr vs Jets
RB- M. Ingram vs. Patriots
WR- T.Pryor vs. Rams
WR- S. Shepard vs Detroit
WR- T.Gabriel vs Packers
TE-C.Fleener vs Patriots


#2

Casey Haward shut down Emmanuel Sanders last week, and DeVante Parker will have to deal with him. I’d go with Pryor, it’s a little better for him and he will probably get the most targets.


#3

Not sure I agree. 1) Washington’s offense looked like an abject disaster last week (maybe Philly’s D is that good, but I think part if it is Washington has a lot of work to do); 2) I’m not sure there’s any reason to believe Pryor is the top option in his own team (he was week 1, bit that doesn’t constitute a trend, and there are two guys with a proven rapport and history of production with Cousins); 3) great coverage has never stopped Cutler from force feeding his guy; 4) one if Parker’s supposed strengths is the jump ball/contested catch.

I would like to have a better choice than Parker, because I don’t love him this week due to the matchup, but I’m not convinced Pryor qualifies.


#4

I did not say Pryor was the number 1 guy, but that, “he probably will get the most targets.” Or say there is a trend here either, but it’s a good sign. My stand is that he “may,” see more volume. We don’t see a trend, but a sign that this could be one. They do have some work to do as an offense, I think we all know this. Pryor is learning a new system especially.
We never know what’s going to happen, right?