General Message Board
QB he is ahead but it is by no means a romp especially with Cutler playing the Eagles. Next week Peyton has the better match up against Oakland.
RB: I think you are ahead here. Charles = AP and Stacy Mathews.
WR: It depends on Dez. He is so up and down while Marshall should feast on Philly and GB. Decker is way of Nicks.
Flex: Slight advantage to him as Jennings may be sharing time with McFadden.
TE: Advantage to you as Gates has done nothing lately. It could depend on whether one of them has a big game or two.Even.
To me he has a slight advantage, but it could go either way.
Yeah, they've likely got you beat at QB, RB1 (though not by much) RB2, WR2, FLEX, and DEF. You have a chance at WR1, TE, and K, but I suspect that won't be nearly enough to overcome his advantages in the other spots. But don't forfeit - especially over two weeks - you just never know.
- Reply to Brian Dec 19, 2013 7:09 PM
I hate to say it, but I'd say Detroit. KC is by far the better DST obviously, but any DEF going up against EM comes into the matchup with a huge advantage.
Julio, Cobb, Ridley, D Martin, A Foster and Andre Ellington are all on my bench. Stockpiling players who I can keep for cheap next year.
Check out my bench this week lol...lots of talent, just injured or having a rough year. My bench team would make a nice starting squad next year. I have a LOT of replacements in for a game I need to win to get to a week 17 championship. It's a dynasty league with a deep bench if you're wondering why i have certain players on my roster.
wr: shorts (ir)
te: gronk (ir)
wr: maclin (ir)
starters this week
wr: patterson (return yds count too)
Anybody else playing a team of replacements of these most important of weeks?
- Reply to Hedge Dec 21, 2013 11:17 AM
Cutler based on upside which is what you need. Fitz is a late start and has not yet been cleared plus there is also some question about Palmer. Unless you have another 4 PM option, I wouldn't risk it and go with Ivory at 1 PM.
Cutler because the Eagles D is much weaker against the pass than the Bears. But as John A said, they are both good options and you probably can't lose either way.
The Bears are not THAT bad against the pass. I would rather go with Cousins playing against one of the worst D's in NFL history at home ands seeing after last week that he seems to be the real deal. But I can see the dilemma since Foles has been so good.
Todman over Vereen based on guaranteed touches.
Wright because he has been doing it every week while Decker can be up and down. There is a much higher floor on Wright.