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Topic: rate my team
Raebo_174740
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Post Date: 08/24/12 06:16
12 team standard scoring lineup qb- 2 rb -2wr -te - flex rb/wr
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Post Date: 08/24/12 06:20
AROD - FREEMAN

FORTE-MARTIN-HILLIS-LESHOURE-HELU-BLUNT-ROGERS

BRITT-YOUNG - D MOORE-LA FELL-MOSS

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Post Date: 08/24/12 06:34
Some question marks are running back past the top 3. Leshoure suspended for a few, Helu in a RBBC on the Shanny-Go-Round, but Hightower doesn't sound like he will be ready, so Helu could excel early on. Blount is losing his job to Martin and Rodgers is the change of pace of back.

Britt as your #1 hurts, since the kid can't keep his head on straight. I don't expect much from him in the first few weeks. I do like Young in DET, think he could put up some strong numbers with a healthy Stafford. Moore is bothered by a hammy injury and is questionable for the start of the season. LaFell is expecting big things, but is the #2 to Steve Smith. We will have to see how Newton plays in the pocket this year. I think LaFell is the third option in that offense behind Smith and Olsen. Gates is a plus, still think he will be the big part of the SD offense this season.
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Post Date: 08/24/12 13:03
Agree, plus I would stay away fm RBs in Wash. Blount nice handcuff to Martin, but they are the same bye wk.
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Post Date: 08/24/12 13:32
Evan Royster as a late pick up might not be a bad selection. He is the only healthy RB in camp at the moment. We all know how Shanny goes about selecting RBs, but with Helu and Hightower injured I would have picked up Royster but he went too early for me (rnd 13).
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