Better Long-Term WR In PPR, Sanu or DeMarcus Robinson?

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Who Is The Better Long-Term WR In PPR, Sanu or DeMarcus Robinson?

Mohamed Sanu
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67%
DeMarcus Robinson
1
33%
 
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Better Long-Term WR In PPR, Sanu or DeMarcus Robinson?

Postby Under The Bridge » Thu Oct 03, 2019 2:07 pm

Who Is The Better Long-Term WR In PPR, Sanu or DeMarcus Robinson?

I have Robinson on the bench right now, but Tyreek is practicing and will probably be back relatively soon. Once he is, DRob's targets prolly go down by a lot, because Mahomes loves Hill, Kelce, and his RBs.

Sanu's stats have steadily increased each year in ATL and he's very efficient on the targets he gets too. My main worry is that Sanu probably won't get too many TDs, whereas DRob could simply because he's playing with Mahomes.

What do you all think? Who should I go with long-term in a PPR redraft league, Sanu or DRob?

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Re: Better Long-Term WR In PPR, Sanu or DeMarcus Robinson?

Postby moishetreats » Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:18 am

Under The Bridge wrote:
Thu Oct 03, 2019 2:07 pm
What do you all think? Who should I go with long-term in a PPR redraft league, Sanu or DRob?
What does long-term in a redraft mean? Do you mean rest of this season, or do you have some keeper options for future years?
www.fantasyfootballforever.com - SF/2QB website

10 tms 27 plrs PPR
Start: 2QB 2RB 3WR 2TE 2Flex

QB: Wilson, Wentz, Rodgers, Love
RB: Mixon, Gurley, Montgomery, Dillon, Moss, Armstead
WR: Hill, Cooper, Lockett, Hilton, Anderson, Lazard, Arcega-Whiteside, Sims, Ward, Renfrow
TE: Kelce, Goedert, Jarwin, Sternberger, K Smith, Arnold, L Thomas

2021: 2ndx3, 3rdx2, 4thx2, 5th
2022: 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th



12 tms 22 plyrs {IR} [Taxi]. Salary Cap $300 PPR
Start: 1QB 2RB 3WR 1TE 1SF 1Flex/ best ball

QB: Stafford ($36 through 2022), Brady (43), Rodgers (28/21), Garappolo (5/20), Winston (3/24), K Allen (1/20) [Morgan (1/24), Luton (1/24), Gordon (1/24)]
RB: Mixon (29/23), Gurley (5/20), Dillon (12/24), Z Moss (10/24), Hines (1/20), Snell (1/20) [Perine (2/22)]
WR: Adams (31/22), Cooper (28/20), Kupp (3/21), AJ Brown (7/23), R Anderson (3/21), Ward (1/20)
TE: Kelce (28/21), Ertz (22/21), Goedert (8/22)
Total+dead cap hits $286

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Re: Better Long-Term WR In PPR, Sanu or DeMarcus Robinson?

Postby Under The Bridge » Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:00 pm

moishetreats wrote:
Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:18 am
Under The Bridge wrote:
Thu Oct 03, 2019 2:07 pm
What do you all think? Who should I go with long-term in a PPR redraft league, Sanu or DRob?
What does long-term in a redraft mean? Do you mean rest of this season, or do you have some keeper options for future years?
Rest of the season, yes, but also, what do you think DRob's value will be once Tyreek comes back? Will it be lower or higher than Sanu's value in PPR? Who would you rather have for weeks 14-16 (fantasy playoffs) this season?

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Re: Better Long-Term WR In PPR, Sanu or DeMarcus Robinson?

Postby moishetreats » Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:45 pm

Under The Bridge wrote:
Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:00 pm
moishetreats wrote:
Fri Oct 04, 2019 8:18 am
Under The Bridge wrote:
Thu Oct 03, 2019 2:07 pm
What do you all think? Who should I go with long-term in a PPR redraft league, Sanu or DRob?
What does long-term in a redraft mean? Do you mean rest of this season, or do you have some keeper options for future years?
Rest of the season, yes, but also, what do you think DRob's value will be once Tyreek comes back? Will it be lower or higher than Sanu's value in PPR? Who would you rather have for weeks 14-16 (fantasy playoffs) this season?
Thanks for the clarification.

Me, I'm a chase-the-upside-with-the-back-end-of-my-bench guy, and pretty unabashed about it. If Sanu / Robinson is a guy that you are relying on as a likely WR3 / flex for the rest of the season, then that might move the needle toward Sanu. But, I'm not interested in starting him with regularity. Odds are that, if desperate, I can find someone on the waiver wire in a pinch who could have a workmanlike game, a la Sanu. I'd rather have the upside of Robinson even recognizing his obviously low floor.
www.fantasyfootballforever.com - SF/2QB website

10 tms 27 plrs PPR
Start: 2QB 2RB 3WR 2TE 2Flex

QB: Wilson, Wentz, Rodgers, Love
RB: Mixon, Gurley, Montgomery, Dillon, Moss, Armstead
WR: Hill, Cooper, Lockett, Hilton, Anderson, Lazard, Arcega-Whiteside, Sims, Ward, Renfrow
TE: Kelce, Goedert, Jarwin, Sternberger, K Smith, Arnold, L Thomas

2021: 2ndx3, 3rdx2, 4thx2, 5th
2022: 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th



12 tms 22 plyrs {IR} [Taxi]. Salary Cap $300 PPR
Start: 1QB 2RB 3WR 1TE 1SF 1Flex/ best ball

QB: Stafford ($36 through 2022), Brady (43), Rodgers (28/21), Garappolo (5/20), Winston (3/24), K Allen (1/20) [Morgan (1/24), Luton (1/24), Gordon (1/24)]
RB: Mixon (29/23), Gurley (5/20), Dillon (12/24), Z Moss (10/24), Hines (1/20), Snell (1/20) [Perine (2/22)]
WR: Adams (31/22), Cooper (28/20), Kupp (3/21), AJ Brown (7/23), R Anderson (3/21), Ward (1/20)
TE: Kelce (28/21), Ertz (22/21), Goedert (8/22)
Total+dead cap hits $286


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