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Yeah Craig its tough..
Gonzalez apparently does have upside , and Perry did have a good 22 carries last weekend, with a couple of receives. Could go well... and it mooted for around 200 Fan Points.
AG though is only touted out for around 100.
Ive no idea , all i know is that Rodgers is mooted for just under 250 which if true , is a lot more then my two QB's
ahhhh , help :)
Well I'd either sit with what you've got or drop either Gonzalez or Perry for Rodgers.
I'm not sure who I'd drop to be honest - I'd normally stick with the starting RB in a situation like thia, but you already have a solid quartet of RB's and you generally need that extra WR considering you ahve to start 3 of them.
The jury is still out on Gonzalez but he has a lot of upside so in a choice between a WR I might need and an RB I probably won't need I'd take WR I might need.
Having said that I'm not terribly keen on dropping either guy for a week or two yet, but if you feel you need the insurance for anderson at QB more then go for it...
Ya i deff would keep anderson!
whos ur back up??
why not snag rodgers for a back up and see what happens
that way at least u got him
worst thing that can happen is u have to drop him or that or even trade
i'm thinking about dropping anderson for cassel. i am pretty unsure about anderson's ability to put up the numbers he did last year. if you look at his career stats his completion percentage and rating is not all that good. i would rather have a qb with weapons like cassel has then sit around and wait for anderson (and more importantly his coach sucks) to put up numbers again. i think anderson is going to be a bust.
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Well then - following on with that logic - did you see Cassel in pre season play (he's never started a game)?
He was nearly cut two weeks ago, got the vast majority of nob-Brady reps in exhibition play and looked absolutely horrible out on the field.
He almost won the backup spot by default (the other guy was even worse).
If you're talking weapons then the Browns have just as much in the way of weapons (Braylon, Stallworth, Winslow and Lewis are a pretty solid unit all things being equal).
It is just plain too early to give up on Anderson yet - sure you can bench him, but you shouldn't consider droping him to the FA list after one week - they do have a tough sked so if he still looks bad come the browns bye week I'd think about dropping him then (I'd still try to pick up Rodgers though if I could).
dont give up on anderson yet i have him to and i am a little worried but if your really worried you could still get a good trade out of him rather than dropping, but i would stick with him if you have a decent backup QB
No way would I drop anderson to waivers - he has too many weapons at his disposal and he was more than solid for most of last season (he trailed off a little at the end but it was still a good season)...
Dropping a bench player you don't need for Rodgers - sure.
Dropping Anderson to waivers for him - that might be something you regret in a few week's time...
- 1 Reply to Craig H
Dude, thanks for the reply and insight...
I am new to NFL ,and go off the Yahoo predicted stats for the year... and they have downgraded him (anderson) dramatically....
They have Rodgers due for 50 points more this year then Anderson. Hence why i ask the question...
I have some bench players but , the're pretty good in there slots... so ...
U Sure he is worth keeping ???
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