PDA

View Full Version : FFL starting RB's


Mr. Laz
11-05-2005, 11:54 AM
need to start 3 out of the 4 (2 RB,1 RB/WR)


T. Barber (NYG - RB) @SF
W. Parker (Pit - RB) @GB
T. Jones (Chi - RB) @NO
W. Dunn (Atl - RB) @Mia

Hydrae
11-05-2005, 11:56 AM
Damn, they all look good off the bat. How is Wee Willie doing now that Bettis is back? I would leave him out most likely altthough Dunn against the Miami defense is a strong choice as well for the bench.

Mr. Laz
11-05-2005, 12:01 PM
Damn, they all look good off the bat. How is Wee Willie doing now that Bettis is back? I would leave him out most likely altthough Dunn against the Miami defense is a strong choice as well for the bench.
willie has taken over the permanent starter position even with Bettis back.

last 2 games
131 yrds against cincy (week 7)
63 yrds against balt (week 8)


btw bettis is out again for this week

CosmicPal
11-05-2005, 12:06 PM
Tiki Barber and Thomas Jones

Parker is a good option, but GB's run D is better than most give them out to be.

However, with Ben sitting out- the Steelers may commit to the run more and keep Batch from throwing too much.

Tough choices....

Mr. Kotter
11-05-2005, 12:07 PM
Sit Dunn down....the others could have field days.

Mr. Laz
11-05-2005, 12:08 PM
Tiki Barber and Thomas Jones

Parker is a good option, but GB's run D is better than most give them out to be.

However, with Ben sitting out- the Steelers may commit to the run more and keep Batch from throwing too much.

Tough choices....
ya... need to start 3 though


i guess the real question is; Should i start Parker or Dunn in my RB/WR spot?

CosmicPal
11-05-2005, 12:14 PM
ya... need to start 3 though


i guess the real question is; Should i start Parker or Dunn in my RB/WR spot?

I'd have to go with Parker. But, then again, I thought I heard Staley is due back this week. If Staley is not back- play Parker.

On the flip side, I think Duckett may be out, so Dunn is a valuable option too- but, he is running against that Miami D. As good as they are- they've been singed by RB's in the past.

Laz- you've got four very good RB's- ANY three of those guys will work for you.

My situation is far more difficult:

I can only start two of these guys: LT (he's starting for sure), Larry Johnson (vs Faiders of course), Willie Parker, or Chris Brown (@ Cleveland).

Right now, I've got LT and Johnson starting...but Parker and Brown are both good choices as well. Which two of mine would you start?

Hydrae
11-05-2005, 12:23 PM
I'd have to go with Parker. But, then again, I thought I heard Staley is due back this week. If Staley is not back- play Parker.

On the flip side, I think Duckett may be out, so Dunn is a valuable option too- but, he is running against that Miami D. As good as they are- they've been singed by RB's in the past.

Laz- you've got four very good RB's- ANY three of those guys will work for you.

My situation is far more difficult:

I can only start two of these guys: LT (he's starting for sure), Larry Johnson (vs Faiders of course), Willie Parker, or Chris Brown (@ Cleveland).

Right now, I've got LT and Johnson starting...but Parker and Brown are both good choices as well. Which two of mine would you start?


I think the choices you have made are the right ones. LJ and LT will both put up good numbers this week.

Mr. Laz
11-05-2005, 12:29 PM
I think the choices you have made are the right ones. LJ and LT will both put up good numbers this week.
yeppers

LT and LJ ... both are going to be the main guys this week


although i think the faider defense is designed to handle power runners .. the chiefs won't have much choice but to run the heck out of johnson.