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RW Touchdown Dependency Tool Now Updated for Week 2

Byron BylineAn old standby of RosterWatch Nation are Touchdown Dependency metrics. Overly touchdown-dependent players offer unsustainable and unpredictable long-term production. These players are good candidates to sell-high on in our season long leagues or to expect possible TD-regression from. These are also players to we can consider fading in our DFS lineups on efficiency sites.

Check out the new-and-improved online TD Dependency Tool available in your downloads section by clicking here!


  1. I assume the Gronk is not on the waiver wire sheet due to his ownership. He is available in my league — I have Tonyan, but the Gronk would be a nice upgrade, right? How much of the FAAB would you suggest. I am thinking of dropping Elijah Moore and hold onto Tonyan for a while to see how things shake out in GB.

    1. I’d go 10-15% on Gronk, he was having a much better camp when I was there this yr vs last yr- it really showed up on the field.

  2. Feeling a little thin at RB, as I am sure most are. 1/2 ppr.

    RB – CMC, Gibson, Pollard and Dillon.
    WR – AJ Brown, K Allen, Sutton, Chase, Fuller, Reagor

    Would you drop Fuller or Reagor for any of the following:

    Mitchell, Ingram, Gainwell, Roundtree
    other WR available are Sheppard, Kirk, and Parker but that feels a little lateral

    Unfortunately I am #9 on waivers so it might not make a difference. Thanks

    1. Yeah I’d probably drop one (maybe Fuller) for Mitchell. I might drop Reagor for Gainwell so you don’y have two eagles.

      1. Hurts is my QB, so not sure if that impacts anything. Also 6pts per TD Pass.

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