As always, here is your weekly add and drop article from the Full Press Coverage team. There are a lot of injuries and now that it is Week 8, it is time to move on from some players. Here is Add / Drop Week 8.
Top 5 Additions
1 – WR Corey Davis – Titans
6 receptions, 80 yards, 1 touchdown
Somebody was going to step up when Mariota was benched in favor of Tannehill. Former first-round pick Corey Davis was that guy. I am extremely high on Corey Davis and if he is available in your league, pick him up.
2 – RB Chase Edmonds – Cardinals
27 rushes, 126 rushing yards, 3 touchdowns
3 – WR Mohamed Sanu – Patriots
Mohamed Sanu was traded to NE for a 2nd round pick. That type of investiment indicates that Sanu will have a role with the Patriots.
4 – RB Ty Johnson – Lions
10 rushes, 29 yards, 14 touches
5 – RB Kareem Hunt – Browns
Although Kareem Hunt is going to miss a little more time. If you have an available slot on your bench and believe you can make a run in the playoffs, I do not see a problem stashing Hunt and hoping he gets good touches in his return.
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Top 5 Drops
1 – TE Jared Cook – Saints
Jared Cook sat out Sunday with an injury. There is potential that he misses more.
2 – WR Marquise Brown – Ravens
Rookie Marquise Brown has been inactive with an injury for two straight games.
3 – RB Damien Williams – Chiefs
9 rushes, 7 rushing yards, 3 receptions, -2 receiving yards
I had taken advantage of Damien Williams’ slow start, but instead, I was hung out to dry. Williams has yet to have a breakout game in 2019 and I am starting to think that it will never come. It is time to move on.
4 – WR DeSean Jackson – Eagles
DeSean Jackson likely miss another game after suffering an injury in week 2.
5 – TE Luke Willson – Seahawks
1 target, 0 receptions
For the record, I did not buy high on the Luke Willson hype. However, many did and those who did were hung out to dry. Wilson was only on the field for 47% of the Seahawks offensive drives and only saw one ball come his way, which fell incomplete. You can probably find a more serviceable tight end.
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