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- Freddie°Is°A°FreeMan Freddie°Is°A°FreeMan Sep 4, 2014 1:16 PM Flag
I prefer the Demaryius and Ellington side, but since both of those guys on are week 4 byes and of course both of the GB guys will have the same bye week thats not relevant, I would call this one straight up a preference of players deal.
- Freddie°Is°A°FreeMan Freddie°Is°A°FreeMan Sep 4, 2014 1:10 PM Flag
I would rank them:
Pierce(I'm probably in the minority, but I don't think he is very good and Cincy D is.)
Funny league set up. We have to trim rosters after week 1 by one player. Which of the 3 would start this week and then which one would you drop?
- Freddie°Is°A°FreeMan Freddie°Is°A°FreeMan Sep 4, 2014 12:56 PM Flag
Tough choices for sure.
I would roll with Jennings for this week, just because he is the starting RB for them. I think with his pass catching ability, he could still rack up plenty of yards especially if Detroit goes up big and starts playing nickel and dime defenses. The underneath stuff will be opened for him.
As for the TE, if you are confident with Pitta, roll with him. I say this as a guy who is starting Gates over Kelce this week, cause I really want to see how many snaps they give him before starting him. I think this is one that has a high chance of regret. Sorry if that just muddles it further. lol
- Freddie°Is°A°FreeMan Freddie°Is°A°FreeMan Sep 4, 2014 12:49 PM Flag
Without a doubt, Reggie Wayne has to be one of them.
I would also say Woodhead, he is kind of a must start in a PPR league with more than 10 teams.
for the 3rd one, I would rank them Bell(who is playing the Giants, not Jets), MJD, Benj, Greene.
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