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Topic: Flex: Britt, S Jackson or Stockley
jeff_129376
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Post Date: 10/28/12 06:39
Non- PPR. Lineup analyzer says.... Stockley. Yahoo says...Jackson. Frankly - it will be tough for me to win this week. Off to a bad start with Vincent jackson putting up very little. Cam newton is my qb and he has a bad matchup. Arian foster is on a bye. For now - am leaning towards stockley. The saints are awful on D...and the saints may put up a bunch of points and it will turn into a shoot out. Britt has a good match up - but has done nothing this year. S. jackson - will give me some points - but lacks upside.



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 David_119342
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Post Date: 10/28/12 07:23
I like Stockley as well in a shootout. they have a multitude of weapons in DEN with Decker and Thomas, but with Stockley in the slot - good matchup this week over the other two. You can also make a case for Britt against IND, but I'm not a fan of Hasselbeck and his passing ability anymore.
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Post Date: 10/28/12 07:44
Higher risk/reward is Britt but agree with David on not trusting Hass. Would roll with Stokley too. Good luck.
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Post Date: 10/28/12 08:04
Not sure if Wilfork is actually sick, sick or not, if so could limit his time on the field and I am confident the Rams will move the ball through the air but can't say Jackson won't get goal line opportunities from pass plays that fall short on the end-zone.

would 18 carries 74 yrds and 2, 1yrd TD's work?

Stokley should have his chances for big plays as should all the other Peyton pass catchers.

Hass is fine.
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Post Date: 10/28/12 08:07
I go with Britt and take the chance he connects with Haas this week. I still stick with Jackson over Stockley as well.
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