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- 2 Replies to Jay
Tebow is the man fighting for a division title and playoffs at home. Rodgers isn't going to play if he does maybe one quarter.
Cruz without a doubt for division title and playoffs, Gaffney is Grossman main man.
It is a toss up between Moss and Wayne. Washington is going to run first then throw second. Wayne had a great game last week against Houston and he is still their #1 receiver but Indianapolis doesn't want to win and lose out on the draft for Luck. Jacksonville has a better rush defense than pass defense. There aren't that many balls to pass around against a Philadephia defense so I would go with Wayne.
Help me choose my starters.
flex2- cj spiller
- 2 Replies to Joseph
Your starting lineup looks good but there is one problem. I would start Wallace because of two reasons:
1. He will be followed by Haden who is compared to Revis.
2. Big Ben is injured and he may not start if he does, Pitt. is going to run the ball and rest there starting players for their playoff run.
So, I would start Floyd because Vincent Jackson has a groin strain and Floyd has been Rivers go to guy.
Ok so I'm in a keeper league and need to decide which 2 players to keep for next year. Basically, whatever rounds the players we keep were drafted in this year are the round picks that we will forfeit in next years draft. If we keep someone off waivers who went undrafted, then we lose our 7th or 6th round pick. Here's my current roster:
Michael Vick - Rd. 1
Michael Turner - Rd. 2
Steve Smith - Rd. 4
Fred Jackson - Rd. 5
Darren Sproles - Rd. 8
Marques Colston - Rd. 11
Jason Witten - Rd. 12
Jamaal Charles - Waiver
Peyton Manning - Waiver
Demarco Murray - Waiver
Laurent Robinson - Waiver
Roy Helu - Waiver
So right now (depending on events leading into next year obviously) I'm thinking of taking a gamble and keeping Charles and Manning and only losing my 6th and 7th round picks. I have up until 2 weeks before next season starts to play it out and see, but for right now do you have any thoughts or suggestions??
- 2 Replies to Matt
There is no way to lose a QB like Vick. After getting injured, Vick still had a good year. There are only 3 other QBs who can produce fantasy pts. like Vick. Next year, Vick will come back to prove to the world that he is a great QB. Don't forget after Rodgers, Brady, and Brees, you may want to draft a QB like Newton and Vick who can run and pass.
QB (1) - Eli, Webb, or Hasselbeck
WR (3) - Little, Megatron, Cruz, or D. Thomas (Denver)
RB (2) - K. Bell, K Smith, M. Morris, S Ridley, or D. Brown
TE (1) - Cook or Celek
Flex (1) - RB or WR
- 1 Reply to Michael
C'mon this is a championship roster. You better not mess this roster up.
QB - Manning
WR - Megatron, Cruz, Thomas
RB - Bell, K.Smith (sore ankle but he should play) if not play Brown in the rb position and Little in the flex
TE - Celek
Flex - Brown
You have to be careful of NE rbs. Bellichick is unpredictable, you don't know who will get the call. Goal line is Green-Ellis for sure. I believe it's going to be decided in the air between Brady and Fitzpatrick. Brady is only 203 yds of breaking Dan Marino's passing record and 205 yds behind Brees who broke the record Monday Night,.
Good Luck Champ
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