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Topic: PPR - LeShaun McCoy or Sprolles?
DavyJones_178170
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Post Date: 09/16/12 09:47
Philly's offense looked pretty bad against the Browns last week. Rookie Doug Martin took the Panthers for 95 Yards in his inaugura game against the Panthers. Will McCoy be able to outscore Sprolles against the Ravens Defense?
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Post Date: 09/16/12 09:49
I think you roll with McCoy
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Post Date: 09/16/12 09:50
Sproles could outscore McCoy, but I live and die by the philosophy: I don't sit my proven studs to play other players who have better matchups.



Sproles is a solid fantasy RB, but McCoy is a stud. You'd need to have Foster, Ray Rice, and AP on your team for me to ever consider sitting a healthy McCoy. At least until McCoy turns in a slew of bad games.
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Post Date: 09/16/12 09:53
I have Ray Rice and Doug Martin. We start 3 RB's in and 8 team league. I have McCoy in, but I watched a lot of that Browns Eagles game last week, and it was pretty bad
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Post Date: 09/16/12 09:56
GREAT RB's to have, but I think Sproles has to be the one to sit. The other 3 are all their teams #1 RB no matter the situation. Sproles catches a lot of passes, but was underutilized last week despite the Saints trailing for 59:39 of the game.
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Post Date: 09/16/12 10:23
I went with my gut and started Sprolles. Then I immediately chickened out and tried to put McCoy back in, but the rosters were locked. However, after each team's 1st drive, Sprolles has me 10.4 points and McCoy 0.2 I hope it keeps on this trend.
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Post Date: 09/16/12 19:04
James,

Sproles had a monster game. NEVER SIT SPROLES. I will tell you why. The Saints defense is the worst of the league right now. Brees will always play in catchup mode during games. Thus Sproles is always important in PPR especially in the fourth quarter.

I would start McCoy and Sproles every week if you can. McCoy was good today, but he played the Ravens.



Glad you went with your gut!



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