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Topic: Palmer or Big Ben and can you bench Foster???
David_9536
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Post Date: 12/05/12 21:25
Non PPR league.

I can go with Forte and Ridley, just affraid Foster will see very limited time.

QB position is a toss up

I have no idea.... I would appreciate any feedback.
James_119913
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Post Date: 12/05/12 21:40
I would go Foster and Ridley myself especially with Forte still being a little banged up. I can't imagine benching Foster......the Texans still have games remaining before they have the overal # 1 see wrapped up I believe.



Palmer......until I see Big Ben perform I couldn't start him. All it could take is one hit and he is back on the sidelines and the Chargers can bring the heat/sack.
 Marcus_110784
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Post Date: 12/05/12 21:59
Agreed. Ben is tough but even if he's in, one good hit knocks him out. I'd play Palmer. I could never see benching Foster, certainly not this week. Keep it simple and don't overthink it and don't bench your studs.
only1putt_34218
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Post Date: 12/06/12 08:24
Can't recommend Big Ben until I see him play. Can't sit Foster either.
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 Michael_8256
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Post Date: 12/06/12 08:52
Foster is the no brainer for me as well...I can't sit that dynamic of a back. QB is a much tougher call...the Steelers have to keep winning, the Raiders are in who cares mode...at this point in the fantasy season another factor I use is who's motivated...who needs to win and who is booking tickets to Jamaca....I'd stay on the reports but I lean towards Big Ben...sorry don't mean to confuse you...Palmer is probably the safer call.
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