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Topic: RB and WR line-up help
 Todd_82462
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Post Date: 11/01/12 10:18
2 of 3 Bush (@ ind), Mcfadden (TB) and Sprolls (phi)?

2 of 3 Harvin (@Sea), Colston (phi), J. Jones (Dal)?

The analyzer says bush, mchaffaden, harvin, colston.
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QB - M. Ryan; A. Smith; P. Rivers
WR - P Garcon; R. Cobb; James Jones; Harry Douglas; Keenan Allen
RB - M. Forte; L. Miller; Le'Von Bell; R. Mathews;
TE - J. Graham;
Def - NE, NO
K - Crosby

Start 1-QB, 2-WR, 2-RB, 1-TE, 1-QB/WR/RB/TE, 1-K, 1-D

10 Team non-PPR auction League 10 yds rushing & receiving 6 pts Rush TD, 1 pt 30 yds/ passing 4 pts passing TD, -2 fumble, -2 int Keeper league can keep 1 QB, 1 RB, 1 WR, 1TE, and 1 any position
only1putt_34218
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Post Date: 11/01/12 10:21
Bush and McFadden

Colston and Julio for me. Not sure I like the match up with Harvin playing the Seahawks in Seattle.
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Start 1-QB, 2-WR, 2-RB, 1-TE, 1-WR/RB/TE, 1-K, 1-D

12 Team PPR League 0.25 pts/completion 1 pt/rec 1 pt 10 yds rushing & receiving 6 pts TD, 1 pt 25 yds/ passing 4 pts passing TD, -2 fumble, -2 int
 Marcus_110784
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Post Date: 11/01/12 10:31
I agree with Bush and DMcF. Julio too. Second WR I have to go Harvin. Even with a tough matchup IN Seattle, he's such a key part of that offense and has been a fantasy producer all year. Colston is a bit more feast or famine for me but it's really close. I give the slight nod to Harvin.
Thomas _5045
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Post Date: 11/01/12 11:00
I agree with O1P here. I sit Harvin as he has a realy tough matchup on the road, Ponder inspires little confidence, and being a smaller WR against those physical Seattle DB's, he could get pushed around, if not squashed outright.
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 Throwball Heroes_118522
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Post Date: 11/01/12 12:56
Bush and DMC as the starting RBs.

At WR I start Jones and Harvin and sit Colston who draws Rodgers-Cromartie this weekend vs PHL. Harvin gets too many chances to touch the ball, even against a good SEA team at home.
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