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I'm playing Houston in all my leagues this week. I picked them up before the season started because I felt they would be great this year. Go with them.
- Reply to Mace Sep 13, 2014 12:25 PM
Scratch that... I'm starting Spiller... I already have a safe lead in my league due to my opponent starting Torrey Smith (1.5 points), and me starting Antonio Brown (13.5 points). Spiller is a safer bet to get me a guaranteed 10 points. I'm playing it safe and starting Spiller.
Watch out for Jerrick McKinnon as well, he will vulture carries and may get a TD or 2. This may be his coming out party, and this dude is straight beast...
My RBs are a mess with AP out and I just picked up Asiata. I need to start 2 in PPR who should I go with out of these 5?
Toby Gerhart vs.WAS
Ryan Mathews vs. SEA
Matt Asiata vs. NE
Terrance West vs. NO
Lamar Miller vs. BUF
We use standard cats plus Hits and GWG. If interested please send me a message:
lecerfster1 at y a h o o Please mention which teams you are interested in
Here are some of the better players on each team:
Just traded Ellington and Hyde for Jimmy. He was desperate for rbs and had julius thomas too. This is 12 team, non ppr, flex is wr/te. Id like to have another upper tier rb maybe packaging gore and maclin or trying to dish rudolph with maclin for somebody who needs a te. what do you guys think i should do??
WR- antonio brown
WR- roddy white
te- jimmy graham
Bench: Bradshaw, TY Hilton, ridley, Locker, Kyle Rudolph
It sounds like Marshall is going to play! Alshon is iffy at best.. I would move Ball to the Flex.. Those RBS of yours,you really can't afford to not play one of them..
but does Asiata have any run skills at all????that's what I don't know....Greene is a strong runner....and a sure thing for yards
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