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i have jerricho cotchery- no one in my league is down to trade at all (no players)
available on FA are-
steve smith (car)
are any of these a better option than cotch?
- 1 Reply to OG
Cotchery is hobbled by an injury, and although he'll play this week he has lost a lot of value the past weeks, not even considering the Edwards acquisition. Out of that group I would snatch up Eddie Royal. I know he has not really done a thing this year but if you Pts for return Yds and TD's for individual players also, he is a great waiver grab. other than that Earl Bennet is your next bet in a very slim pool of receivers there.
- 1 Reply to OG
Any rusher V. Min is going to be hard to start. They have been very good against the run. However, LT is maybe the most disappointing RB so far this season in my opinion. He is coming off his best game of the season so maybe that was his coming out party. The lesser of two evils however is LT. I would say give him one more chance against a mediocre KC Def, then shop him as much as possible if he doesn't produce.
I'm in a PPR league need 3...2 WR and 1 flex...lots of choices:
D. Driver, Steve Smith NYG, T. Choice, Percy Harvin, G. Jennings, Mike Bell, Jason Whitten, Austin Collie, and Crabtree
I'm already playin Addai and Peterson in RB position unless u can give me a reason not too...Thanks for the advice!!!
- 1 Reply to 4PLAY
I think your RB selections are solid. Can't get much better than those two.
As far as your WR's, I think you must start Smith against ARI and Jennings against another weak Def.
You must absolutely roll with any Colts p[layer you can this week as Manning and company are going to put on a clinic this weekend. I expect good yardage and a score from Collie.
- 1 Reply to Nick M
Frank Gore catches a lot of balls, and coming off of a bye week here I expect him to absolutely go off this week. CJ is one of the top rushers in the league as of now but at the pace that the Titans are going, they will playing from behind...A lot. Which hurts Johnson's value. I would go ahead and grab Gore if you can.
- 1 Reply to Dion E
Hmm. Willie Parker is no longer the #1 in Pit, and Jackson is going to slowly lose more and more carries to the Beast. On the other hand no one has seen what Crabtree can do yet, although we will see as there is word he will be starting in his first game this week. As well, TJ has been a flop for most of the season but still has great potential for later games. I would go ahead and make this trade but only if you also see some future value, because as of now, none of these players carry much value except in the deepest of leagues.
Two things two leagues...
I have BOTH Warner and ELI... who starts in a... 2 vs 1 ...h2h... this week
what do you think of running the true 1 . 2 . of ap and chester t this week with ray rice on bye???
- 1 Reply to Shelby
You have to start Eli against ARI this week but they are both decent options. As for using both Vikes rushers against a stout Pittsburgh D...I would look elsewhere. I just don't see a lot of room for both players to make out with decent fantasy points but if you have another play I would try that. Who are your other RB's?
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