This is not based on hindsight. Whenever my draft occurs before the NFL season, I frequently hold high upside RB dart throws until the very last second. This year, that was guys like Conner/Kelly/Edmonds. Last year it was guys like Kamara, Conner, Penny. I don’t roster K or D, sometimes not even TEs in their place, certainly would never trade them, a kicker or a D. If you made that decision on Saturday, cool, cause games starting, but you did it a week early trying to guess how the situation would play out which is silly. I practice what I preach. This is not based on results. It just so happens that the results in this case highlighted how bad of the decision this was. In fact if it was Saturday and bell came back and you came out here and said damn, I have to start Buffalo K cause I held Conner too long, I’d be applauding you. Can’t be results driven in fantasy, I’m not stupid enough to think I can predict with that much accuracy. I’ve come out here and said many times I can’t take credit for my Mckinnon predictions due to injury, its stupid. It’s not hind sight, it’s just smart to keep guys, especially when the situation was as murky as it was for Conner rather than getting a K.