Paul Charchian's Top Drops - Week 9

Danny Amendola – The return of Brandon LaFell certainly hurts Danny Amendola, who saw his targets drop to one last week.  The pecking order for pass from Tom Brady looks like this: Edelman, Gronk, Lewis, LaFell and then, finally, Amendola.  That's not going to be enough usage for Amendola to be a regular contributor to your team.

Carlos Hyde – With a foot injury expected to last all season, Carlos Hyde is either A) going to be playing injured all year, or B) missing a lot of games. Either way, he's not going to be anything close to a reliable starter, even without Reggie Bush available to take snaps.  The Niners have the 8th-toughest remaining schedule against the run.

Joseph Randle – A combination of limited ability, injury problems and a likely looming suspension, it appears that Joseph Randle's role in the Dallas offense will very small for the foreseeable future.

Robert Turbin – I was hoping that he'd show more ability than Isaiah Crowell and the Browns job. That's not happening, and he's not getting carries anyway. The Browns should trade him to San Francisco. 

Teddy Bridgewater – The soft part of Teddy's schedule has ended, and he now faces four difficult matchups in the next five games.

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