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I have both R. Moss and W. Welker.
Also picked up J. Gaffney.
Other WR's are D. Driver and M. Harrison.
Should I stick with this daring 3 WR from NE who got combined [forgot how many exactl] - but alot last week?
I'd like to risk it...
Or pick up a solid 3rd WR? If so... who?
It may snow a lot in NE on Sunday. But, I guess you have to play Moss and I would take my chances with Welker, he should see a lot of underneath stuff. I agree with the person who mentioned Anthony Gonzalez as being a good buy. I would grab him if you could. The numbers would suggest that this week's match-up against St. Louis is good one for Driver, but, on the road and on turf... I would stay away from Driver.
Of coarse you start the Patroits players this week. The Evil Hoody is going to hang 100 on the Jets. Pick up and start the waterboy for the team he'll get you 100 yards and a touch. Go ahead and drop Harrison.....he won't be back until the second round of the NFL playoffs. Get A Gonzalez if he is available or grab a WR from the Saints...with Bush out the passing game is going to be more prevailant and Brees loves to throw the deep ball.
If you can get Reggie Williams or Roddy White do it.
To be 100% honest, NE game is a toss up, there is a lot of crazy things about to happen in NE on Sunday.
Moss would be your best bet and the only one i'
d pick from the list on NE
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R. Williams is available. But he's going up against Pit DEF...
Still better than Welker or Gaffney?
White is taken.
So you'd play
Moss / Williams / Driver?
Unfortunately I've also got D. Lee (GB) as my TE...
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