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Old 09-03-2012, 08:12 PM  
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Who Should I Start Thread

I didn't see one of these, here we go...

Pick One

Mark Ingram vs WAS
Donald Brown @ CHI
Pierre Thomas vs WAS


I have Adrian Peterson and Darren McFadden, but I'm sitting Peterson week 1. I don't think he's going to play.
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Old 09-08-2013, 09:54 AM   #691
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I always get the tight position waaaaay wrong. Every ****ing week.

Sudfeld vs. Bills

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Pettigrew vs. Vikings
Pettigrew
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Old 09-08-2013, 09:55 AM   #692
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Anyone else debating sitting Roddy White?

My other starting WRs are Calvin Johnson and Miles Austin and I have Sanu, Hartline, and Broyles.

Think I'm gonna sit White and start Hartline.
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Old 09-08-2013, 09:56 AM   #693
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Anyone else debating sitting Roddy White?

My other starting WRs are Calvin Johnson and Miles Austin and I have Sanu, Hartline, and Broyles.

Think I'm gonna sit White and start Hartline.

You play a WR as your flex?
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Old 09-08-2013, 10:02 AM   #694
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You play a WR as your flex?
No, my league has 3 starting WR slots and a Flex Slot.

Jason Witten is in my flex.
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Old 09-08-2013, 10:08 AM   #695
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No, my league has 3 starting WR slots and a Flex Slot.

Jason Witten is in my flex.
Ah ok - I would stick with Hartline
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Old 09-08-2013, 10:28 AM   #696
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this what i'm struggling with...luck is my QB

for wr#3 I have hilton/nicks/desean jackson

I'm convinced that hilton will get a td against oakland, but jackson is going to get more balls as a wr #1 for philly...and nicks, is he really healthy?

i've been switching them out all week
I like all 3 as a play. When you have injury,touches and opening week on the road or at home and div foe, you really then have to look at the defenses they are going against.

Giants vs Cowboys = know each other very well and are comfortable balling it up which means anything could happen like the corners shut down the passing game or vice versa. Both teams have good 2ndaries. You are wise for questioning Hakeem and will they target him enough but I would feel comfortable in starting him.

Wash vs Philly = know each other very well but Philly has a brand new Offense they are still working the kinks out of against and up and coming defense in Washington. Chip Kelly's offense will take time for all to get the rhythm down but Jackson is such a playmaker and being No.1 WR he will be targeted BUT Philly has to run the ball effectively what little they do. If they don't they will double up on Jackson for sure.

Oak vs Colts = Hilton at home as the 'other No.1 WR' IMO that will get targeted even more this year for sure against a college level team in the Raiders with the next Peyton Manning type intelligence in a QB of Luck.

Hilton would be my pick with Nicks and Jackson a close 2nd. But.......
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Old 09-08-2013, 10:37 AM   #697
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I always get the tight position waaaaay wrong. Every ****ing week.

Sudfeld vs. Bills

or

Pettigrew vs. Vikings
I think this is a toss up and you will be okay with whoever you choose. Sudfield with Brady as the QB could very well have a big game because of his no name status that Brady/Bellichek like to target no names for the element of surprise especially in the redone.

Pettigrew at home against a much weaker Vikings D and Lions will always pass first. They do know each other very well but having Johnson to focus on will only open it up for Grew !!
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Old 09-10-2013, 02:29 PM   #698
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I like all 3 as a play. When you have injury,touches and opening week on the road or at home and div foe, you really then have to look at the defenses they are going against.

Giants vs Cowboys = know each other very well and are comfortable balling it up which means anything could happen like the corners shut down the passing game or vice versa. Both teams have good 2ndaries. You are wise for questioning Hakeem and will they target him enough but I would feel comfortable in starting him.

Wash vs Philly = know each other very well but Philly has a brand new Offense they are still working the kinks out of against and up and coming defense in Washington. Chip Kelly's offense will take time for all to get the rhythm down but Jackson is such a playmaker and being No.1 WR he will be targeted BUT Philly has to run the ball effectively what little they do. If they don't they will double up on Jackson for sure.

Oak vs Colts = Hilton at home as the 'other No.1 WR' IMO that will get targeted even more this year for sure against a college level team in the Raiders with the next Peyton Manning type intelligence in a QB of Luck.

Hilton would be my pick with Nicks and Jackson a close 2nd. But.......
whichever one i picked was going to be the wrong one, witness:

hilton 1pt
jackson 11
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Pick two:

Joique Bell @ Arizona
Ryan Matthews @ Philly
Daryl Richardson @ ATL
Ridley v. NYJ

Thinking Bell and Ridley.

Pick three:

Dez Bryant @ KC
Edelman v. NYJ
Givens @ ATL
Megatron @ Zona
Roddy White v. StL.

Thinking Dez (if healthy), Edelman and Megatron. Going with Roddy if Dez is iffy.
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Old 09-10-2013, 07:34 PM   #701
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Good luck with your TE situation, dick.
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Good luck with your TE situation, dick.
Oh yeah, who should I start at TE in both my leagues?
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Oh yeah, who should I start at TE in both my leagues?
After last week you're better off starting nobody.
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After last week you're better off starting nobody.
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