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Ryan Williams or Alfred Morris?

Postby deltaboy » Tue Aug 28, 2012 3:12 pm

Someone just dropped Williams. Better to grab Beanie insurance or take a flyer on Morris? I don't have Wells.
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Re: Ryan Williams or Alfred Morris?

Postby hbs » Tue Aug 28, 2012 3:46 pm

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Re: Ryan Williams or Alfred Morris?

Postby Shark1225 » Tue Aug 28, 2012 4:03 pm

How is Alfred Morris even in any FFL discussions? If he is lucky come week 1 he will be in a 4-man Shanny RBBC, we all know how those go. Good luck!

Williams will be the man in ARI. When they finally figure out Beanie only gives you 3.5 ypc and/or get injured.
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Re: Ryan Williams or Alfred Morris?

Postby DaNamelessPimp » Tue Aug 28, 2012 4:51 pm

Alfred Morris. Ryan Williams will be babied coming back off of surgery. People underrate Beanie Wells. He struggled through injuries last year and still ended up with 10 TDs. Thats RB2 production. He's slipped significantly in rankings, but he is still the feature back in Arizona. There is no reason to push Williams into a larger role with Beanie showing no signs of ill effects due to his knee injury. People are enticed with the Skins backfield because when Shanahan finally settles on one RB, he could have a huge year. It's always worth the gamble on who he likes.

Morris could be that guy and he's performed well averaging 5 yards a carry this preseason. Take him...
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Re: Ryan Williams or Alfred Morris?

Postby SameSongNDance » Tue Aug 28, 2012 4:58 pm

Shark1225 wrote:How is Alfred Morris even in any FFL discussions? If he is lucky come week 1 he will be in a 4-man Shanny RBBC, we all know how those go. Good luck!

Williams will be the man in ARI. When they finally figure out Beanie only gives you 3.5 ypc and/or get injured.


Although I would hands down take Williams here, why doesn't Morris deserve to be in the discussion? Aside from bunch of reasons I don't feel like listing, any RB who has a chance to start Week 1 deserves discussion.

Williams has more upside and is the only reason I would recommend him. He's also much less durable and runs behind a much worse offensive line. Cases could be made for both.
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Ryan Williams or Alfred Morris?

Postby deltaboy » Wed Aug 29, 2012 2:01 am

Williams intrigues me quite a bit.

I originally dropped Mendy for Turbin (to handcuff my Lynch), but would like to add Ryan Williams for future safety. Who would you drop?

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Re: Ryan Williams or Alfred Morris?

Postby SameSongNDance » Wed Aug 29, 2012 2:48 am

deltaboy wrote:Williams intrigues me quite a bit.

I originally dropped Mendy for Turbin (to handcuff my Lynch), but would like to add Ryan Williams for future safety. Who would you drop?

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Washington, WR4's are a dime a dozen this year.
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