Commissioner Corner Message Board
First off the Pittsburgh thing is hilarious, i have a lot of friends that go to the college that ben went to, and any time we see a car with steelers stickers on the highway headed that way we assume its Big Ben haha
That being said, who do you think will get more fantasy points this weekend, Big Ben against the Bengals or Vick against the Colts
Not sure who to start as RB... Brandon Jacobs vs. Seahawks OR Jahvid Best vs. Jets????
Jacobs doesn't get a lot of touches, but he's often given the opportunity to find the endzone when the Giants are in the redzone or in short yardage situations. He's had a TD in his last 4 games, but is only forecasted for 6 fantasy pts this week. Whereas Best has been dealing with 2 seperate turf toe injuries, on both feet, which has slowed down his production. And given the strength of the Jets run defense, I'm concerned he won't live up to his forecasted 12 fantasy pts.
What do you think?
- 1 Reply to Luke Mitchell
I would risk putting Collie in over Colston because NO spreads the ball too much. INDY spreads the ball also but Peyton and Austin have a gr8 chemistry, im sure hes happy to have Collie back.
Ward has a good match up against a weak CIN secondary.
Not too shabby, pretty good WR though.
CAR has been stingy against the pass which could affect Colston.
Roll with Collie + Ward.
RB-Foster, Bradshaw, Hills, and Steven Jackson
WR- Jennings, Owens, Nicks, Marshall, and Boldin
TE- Miller and Lewis
I have to cut someone to free up room for a TE spot with Lewis on a bye. Possibly Miller is out too idk what to do there.
My free agency choices are
Fasano vs. Bal
Celek vs. Ind
Shiancoe vs Ari
Olsen vs Buf
Gresham vs. Pit
I am thinking Shiancoe with Moss gone but I help some feedback thanks!
- 1 Reply to Brody
I agree with you I would roll with Shiancoe.
Fasano has a tough matchup
Celek with Vick back has almost no value
Olsen is too inconsistent and CHI is gonna run the ball more specially at BUF
Gresham vs PIT could be my second choice. But roll with Visanthe.
- 1 Reply to Raul
Tough one. I will always favor a starter (even though Jones is not the official starter he gets more touches than Barber).
But Snelling is a good sleeper for week 9 @home vs TB.
TB is one of the teams that has allowed the most FFP.
I would roll with Snelling. But it could backfire. Sry I can't be more assertive.
PPR Starting R. Wayne and Garcon....need 1 in flex..either Woodhead or Welker....also
My RB replacement is 1 of these… either B. Jacobs vs. Seattle, Tolbert vs Houston or D. Brown vs Eagles
Lastly, which kicker…Folk vs Lions or Tynes vs Seattle…leaning towards Tynes..can’t trust Jets QB thanks for the help..
- 1 Reply to terisita
I would roll with Woodhead over Welker.
Welker is not Welker without the field stretched with MOSS.
Seems like Donald Brown is gonna get the start, with Addai and Hart banged up. I would go with Brown just because he will get more touches than Jacobs who is a backup and is facing a tough RUN D in SEA.
If not roll with Tolbert cuz at least u know he will get 1TD.
Kickers are too unpredictable. Tynes plays at SEA one of the hardest venues to play in.
I would roll with Folk.
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