5 fantasy football flops and who can be trusted moving forward

Even if the Cowboys haven't lost faith in Pollard, you probably should.
Even if the Cowboys haven't lost faith in Pollard, you probably should. / Thearon W. Henderson/GettyImages
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This week it isn't easy to pick Fantasy CPR's Flops. Every star from Justin Herbert (and Keenan Allen) to McCaffrey to Ja'Marr Chase to Sam Howell to CJ Stroud to CeeDee Lamb had fantastic days. First, let's look at how last week's recommendations panned out. D'Andre Swift, Tua Tagovailoa, and Puka Nacua all had byes so we won't know the outcome until next week.

Davante Adams was a Bench last week and after two weeks of below 8 points, he scored 14.6 points with 6 receptions for 86 yards, which is not too shabby. His production constituted 87% of the Raider's passing yards. He had 13 targets (with no touchdowns) which still implies a quarterback accuracy issue. All his production was in the first half, then the Jets shut him down. Unless you have no other options, you should keep Adams on your bench because the production is unsustainable.

Bijan Robinson was a Blip last week and he went off for 95 yards, a rushing touchdown, and a reception for 11 yards adding up to 17.6 points. Tyler Allgeier only had five touches to Robinson's 23. Bijan is ready to roll as the RB9 this season.

Though it seemed like every player had a phenomenal week, not everybody did. Let's look at this week's flops for fantasy football.