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Topic: Kaepernick or Henne
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Post Date: 11/25/12 07:15
Management blunder and now stuck with these two Wannabes.. Somebody give me some help here Lol
TFFL League- PPR keeper league- 4 pt PTD 6 PT Rec
QB-Brady, Dalton
RB-M Lynch, Doug Martin, Alfred Morris,Lamar Miller, LeVeon Bell,
WR- Vic Cruz, Boldin, Keenan Allen , Alshon Jeffries
TE-Kronk, Rudolf Def. Seattle
K. R Bullock
PPR Keeper league 6pt rush/rec 4pt pass

TB League-- PPR standard. 4 pt per Pass TD
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RB- CJ Spiller, Lamar Miller, Alfred Morris, Andre Ellington, Chris Ogbannaya
WR- AJ Green, Brian Hartline, Riley Cooper, ABoldin Mi Crabtree,
TE- Jordan Reed, Delainie Walker, Colby Fleener
K- Jay Feely
Def- 49ers, giants
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Post Date: 11/25/12 07:18
I go with Kaepernick, and guessing the blunder was not starting RG3
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Post Date: 11/25/12 07:19
Another post asked the same question and it will not be much help, since the advice is split, with Kap getting the slight nod. I'm concerned that Kap's success with getting the ball into tight coverage will lead to int's and he may end the game on the bench with Smith back at qb. For that reason, Henne gets the start since you know he will be in the game until it ends. Not sure what that gets you, but it is easier to score points while you are playing, don't you think! SF will not have a lot of patience with int's, especially with Smith healthy and ready to go.
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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
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Post Date: 11/25/12 07:46
I go with the experience Henne has, which is more than what Kap has. I also favor the JAX match up a poor TEN pass defense.

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Post Date: 11/25/12 09:25
I have the same dilemma and I'm rolling with Kaepernick. Rush yards provide more upside than Henne.
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Post Date: 11/25/12 10:17
It is a mixed bag, but I think Jason makes the best point...assuming you get points for rushing yards, Kap makes for the best conservative play since NO will pressure him and force him to scramble...and in my opinion makes for the best upside play.
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