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Brown, Forte, Wilson, BJGE
Pick three of these for PPR. One goes in WR3. The other two in flex (I Currently have Ridley and Turner there):
- 1 Reply to DEZ
well turner comes out, for sure. I really like Avant this week as your WR3. Ridley should still be viable even against SF and i think now the Big Ben is back Miller is a great option. Better then tate and hawkins this week any way. Dal seems vunerable in the middle to TE's in the last few weeks.
Forte, Wilson, Brown, BGE
Trying to decide who to start this week in playoffs.
Starting line up so far
Flex- A Morris
If Dez Bryant is out, considering starting Austin. Can't decide if i should start Gore or McFadden in Flex for Morris.
- 1 Reply to Marc
I think your pretty safe with gore, right now. If DMC is fully heatly i'm going with him though. KC is absolute garbage against the run. Its a huge gamble on his health though for a whole game. I would also play Kapernick. NE gives up 17 pts a game to opposing qb's and Cap is averaging 18, not to shabby, plus he is still 100% healthy which makes me lean to him now. Other then that you look good with your line-up. Oh, if Dez is out i would put in austin in the flex or in for wayne. Luck will struggle against a #$%$ off houston team, could be ugly
- 1 Reply to Phil
For your situation its a no brainer for me. Bush is going to run wild this weekend, he is by far your safest bet to. I clearly don't trust Wilson yet and Brown struggled against a good d last week and has another good d this week. Also I take Cinncy. DET has only 1 12pt game this season, i don't care how bad ARZ is i'm not touching det. Cinncy has recorded 4 out of the last 5 games with DD fanatasy pts. So i go with them. hope that helps.
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