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Topic: I need a lot of help
Pat_82823
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Post Date: 12/24/11 08:11
PPR 1 per rec. 1 per 10 rush and rec. Start 2 RB and 2 WR
Flex RB/WR
RB R.Bush, K Bell, CJ2K, K Smith, R helu, S. Morris
WR Julio Jones, Austin, Nicks, DHB, L Robinson, Breaston, Tampa Mike.
I am starting Newton at QB and Hernandez at TE.
I will start R Bush but CJ2K scares the daylights out of me, but I cannot decide if I should start Smith or Bell in his place
At WR I am starting Julio and Austin.
The flex is really hard Smith or Bell or CJ2K depending on what I do at RB2 and I have Nicks and Robinson as possibilities.
I play my son in law for the championship so trophy and money are secondary considerations. LOL
Thanks to all at FFS for your help this year.
Pat
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Post Date: 12/24/11 08:21
Pat, first Happy Holidays!
 
Definitely sitting Helu and Morris at RB. Definitely starting Bush.
 
Flex: I'd definitely go with Nicks over the RB options.
 
2nd RB: Smith. SD is a different D on road as opposed to at home. Smith is supposedly close to 100% and while a risk for his injury factor, Johnson could decide to use his ankle as an excuse for another unreliable performance, and Bell, while going to start and be the dominant RB is a great unknown who could be 35 yards and no TD's or 85 yards and 1 TD. One thing we do know about him is that it's taken this many injuries for him to see the field and his matchup isn't that great.
 
There's no sure thing between Johnson, Smith, and Bell, but I like Smith as I think it the best combo of reward factor and player reliability.
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Post Date: 12/24/11 09:02
If we look at all these RBs and compare them as being similar and "not a sure thing" then I would take my chances on talent alone and hope the ankle sprain isn't severe and start CJ2K myself.

I do like Bush starting as well and a strong case could be made for Morris vs PHI with Jones most likely NOT playing. Philly isn't a strong run defense and Romo should be successful passing the ball, which could open up the rushing game.

I also start Nicks as the flex even though he will face Revis (guess that means Cruz gets all the points this weekend again).
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Post Date: 12/24/11 10:53
Thank You both. Have a great holiday season
Pat
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