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Who (if any of them) should I add and who (if anyone) should I drop? I'm looking at these guys:
San Fransisco DT
Here's my team:
QB Kurt Warner
WR Roddy White
WR Roy Williams
WR Eddie Royal
RB Frank Gore
RB LaDanian Tomlinson
TE Jason Witten
K Lawrence Tynes
It's a 12 team H2H using standard yahoo public league scoring, we have a maximum number of free agent adds/drops of 10 (I've used 7 so far). Washington has a week 7 bye.
I DO NOT want to hear who I should trade. I'm already shopping my RB's with little interest. Tomlinson came to me in a trade of Felix Jones and David Garrard. I drafted Forte and Gore on my own.
I DO NOT need to hear about anyone except the free agents I have listed here since these are the best ones available. Nor do I wish to hear about how bad my team is.
These are the best F/A's out there. My waiver is #2 overall. I plan to hang onto Scobee until after Tynes' bye week because of the transaction limits. Just want some straight forward advise. Thanks!!
Drop Eddie Royal who may have returned 2 balls but got 0 passes. He is getting less and less looks. Bennett should be on the waiver wire. He is not the man in Chicago at all. Why do you have 2 kickers. Get rid of one. Collie should be the main target. He is getting more and more productive. Moore is a good flyer because he is finally healthy and Brees loves him. Please answer my post in return.
Add gonzalez drop bennett nicks a 3rd string wr behind hixon and manningham collie will be replaced when gonzo is back lance moore is one of seven guys to get the ball in new orleans not a sure thing and drop bennett
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