This article is part of our FPL Waiver Wire series.
Christian Pulisic took the Premier League by storm last weekend, but it came at the expense of Tammy Abraham, who didn't have a shot on target, and Callum Hudson-Odoi, who was dropped to the bench. After that performance, there's a chance Chelsea's midfield turns into a situation similar to Manchester City, where playing time is unreliable every week (see Riyad Mahrez).
It's time to start thinking about when to drop your Chelsea players. Abraham is the most popular player in the Premier League's official fantasy game, and Mason Mount is the third-most popular midfielder. Outside of the trip to Man City, their schedule is desirable, but it's not like these guys are producing every match. In addition to Mount having to fight for time with Pulisic, Hudson-Odoi and Willian, his numbers have dropped to one goal, one assist and one penalty drawn in his last seven starts in all competitions. It's the same for Abraham, who has two goals in his last eight starts following his barrage earlier in the season. These guys were added by most after great starts, but it's time to reevaluate their situations. For starters, Willian has two goals and two assists in his last four starts, is almost the same price as Mount, yet he is on two percent of teams. Abraham is still fairly cheap for a top forward, but similar to Teemu Pukki a month ago, you can't gain an edge on the competition when everyone else