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Topic: Need 5 of these 7
Tim_114072
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Post Date: 12/14/11 12:08
I already have MJD and Ray Rice as locks in my lineup, but I need to start 5 of the following 7
Laurent Robinson
Vincent Jackson
Hakeem Nicks
Brandon Lloyd
Mike Wallace
Reggie Bush
Ryan Mathews
I am leaning towards Bush, Wallace, Nicks, Robinson, and Jackson, but Lloyd over Jackson, or a Roelisbergerless Wallace seem good as well.
Thought?
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Keeper League- start 2Qb, 2Rbs, 3Wrs, TE, DEF, K, and 2 FLEX (Wr/Rb/TE).
Roster:
QBS: Brees, Roethlisberger, Locker
RBS: Rice, MJD, Matthews, McFadden, Mendenhall, Hillis, D Richardson, Pierce, Goodson
WRS: Wallace, Nicks, Maclin, Harvin
TES: Gronkowski,
K: Akers
DEF: NE
Tim_114072
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Post Date: 12/14/11 12:28
This is not a PPR league, 1 pt 20 yards rush or receiving and 6pt for TD
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Keeper League- start 2Qb, 2Rbs, 3Wrs, TE, DEF, K, and 2 FLEX (Wr/Rb/TE).
Roster:
QBS: Brees, Roethlisberger, Locker
RBS: Rice, MJD, Matthews, McFadden, Mendenhall, Hillis, D Richardson, Pierce, Goodson
WRS: Wallace, Nicks, Maclin, Harvin
TES: Gronkowski,
K: Akers
DEF: NE
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Post Date: 12/14/11 12:59
Lloyd is the easiest player to sit. After him, I'm more inclined to sit Jackson and start Mathews. Neither has a good matcup against Baltimore, but that's just a preference for a RB I know will get his touches in a bad matchup vs. a WR that I don't know will get his touches in a bad matchup.
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Tim_114072
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Post Date: 12/14/11 13:17
I just keep thinking that with Bradford back, seeing the 12 targets last week, that Lloyd is a shoe in for 80 yards, which is more than I can say for V Jacskson who is very sporadic. I also think Lloyd has a better shot at a TD than either Matthews or Jackson against the tough Ravens D. Maybe I am just overrating the Ravens D?
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Keeper League- start 2Qb, 2Rbs, 3Wrs, TE, DEF, K, and 2 FLEX (Wr/Rb/TE).
Roster:
QBS: Brees, Roethlisberger, Locker
RBS: Rice, MJD, Matthews, McFadden, Mendenhall, Hillis, D Richardson, Pierce, Goodson
WRS: Wallace, Nicks, Maclin, Harvin
TES: Gronkowski,
K: Akers
DEF: NE
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