Commissioner Corner Message Board
Who should I start?
QB - Tony Romo or Rex Grossman....pick 1
WR - Hakeem Nicks, AJ Green or Jordy Nelson...pick 1
RB - Lagarrett Blount, Beanie Wells or Fred Jackson...pick 1
Here's what my team looks like, right now:
QB - Brees
QB - Romo (but will he last the whole game)
WR - Britt
WR - Maclin
WR - Nicks (can he beat the Eagles coverage)
RB - Peterson
RB - Jackson (is he the better option over Blount and Wells)
TE - Graham
W/R/T - Green (are any of the bech guys a better option here, excluding QB's)
BN - Grossman
BN - Dalton
BN - Blount
BN - Wells
BN - Nelson
Bryant returned to practice today, so he might go Monday. If he goes Romo I would be the better play.
Nicks is a must start, but keep in mind Philly pretty much shutdown White and Jones last week. White had 3 catches for 23 yards, luckily one was a td for his owners.
nicks doesnt have to beat the eagles def all day....they are really depleated at WR so he should get TONS of looks. basically the same sitch with GREEN. top wr out with ACL....2nd wr busted with 8.5 pounds of weed(but mysterously isn't ruled out to play) so Benson, Green, and Grisham should get tons of looks. I think hakeen is the best of the 3 options though.
tony is better qb but felix jones and top 2 wr are injuried to some degree plus romo is banged up...so prob better to take sure points from grossman rather than gamble for bigger game from possible bad game.
put blount in for jackson. jackson is questionable and if he plays he wont play the full game. hes also playing a rough baltimore defence. blount is overlooked. just because he had 1 bad game means nothing and hes facing a shakey atlanta Run defence
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