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Topic: KSmith, Mason, Sims-Walker, EBennett - HELP!
SeanRamm_38806
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Post Date: 10/02/09 16:18
PPR league, 0.1 points per rushing/receiving yard.  I can start 2 RBs, 3 WRs and a FLEX RB or WR.
RBs: AP, Ced Benson, DMcFadden, KSmith
WRs: SHolmes, MSims-Walker, EBennett, DMason
AP is a given, as is Benson at Cleveland.  If KSmith plays, would he be a better start at Chicago than DMcFadden at Houston?
SHolmes is my stud WR so I start him regardless.  Between MSims-Walker, EBennett, and DMason, do I start 2 of these guys and either KSmith or DMcFadden or sit the RBs and start all 3 of the WRs?  I've had MSims-Walker on my bench as your reccommended sleeper from the draft, is it time to put him in the starting lineup against Tennessee or do you see DMason having a huge game against a suspect NE secondary?  Is EBennett a must-start as he's developing a great relationship with Cutler and they're playing the lowly Lions?
Any help is appreciated!!!
frank_39623
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Post Date: 10/02/09 16:37
mcfadden should be a good play at houston, smith is a game time decision...........and sims is a strong play also.....
play ap, c.benson, dmcfadden
s.holmes and sims-walker.........my opinion
 
by the way most of us don't work for this website.......you can tell by looking under our user name........member, admin, moderator(which i'm not sure what that is)......everyone is here to ask for and give help, it's a great site, some people more knowledgable than other
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QB: 3pt td, -1 pt int, no yardage, 3pts at 300yrd
RB: 6pt td, no yardage, 3pts at 100yrd
WR: 6pt td, no yardage, 3pts at 120yrd
TE: 6pt td, no yardage, 3pts at 80 yrd
K: 3pt, +3pt at 50 Yrd, +1 pt each extra yrd. (stupid rule!)
ALL TDs: double if 50 yrd or longer.
extra 5 pt bonus every 50 yrd after intial yardage bonus.

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QB: m.sanchez, j.flacco, hasselbeck
RB: r.mendenhall, i.redman, d.mcfadden, c.benson
WR: r.white, m.wallace, b.marshall, r.meachem, decker
TE: o.daniels, j.cook
K: s.gostkowski, n.novak
DEF: eagles, saints
 Delchay123_4852
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Post Date: 10/02/09 18:38
I agree with Frank here.
 
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