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Topic: Thank you Russ for your Top 10 RB of 2013
DavyJones_178170
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Post Date: 05/27/13 00:20
I have left from last season, Rice, McCoy, CJ2k, Doug Martin. I have been planning to keep Doug Martin because he performed last season way above expectations, and that was without his 2 Pro Bowl Guards blocking for him.

I love Rice, and he has been my franchise back. However, in a keeper league you have to know when to hold'em and know when to fold'em. I have been thinking that it's time to move on from Rice, and go with the young legs.

Unfortunately in the back of my thoughts I have been 2nd guessing myself, wondering if that was a decision of the mind or a decision of the heart? I have never been a homer Fantasy player. As a matter of fact, I don't pick Buccaneers as a personal rule, but Martin was sitting there when I was choosing my 4th RB, so I took him.

After reading your Early Top Ten RB's of 2013 article, I no longer feel like I could be making a "homer pick," I now feel like I will be making a sound Fantasy decision that could carry me through the next several seasons.
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 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 05/29/13 06:52
I think Martin is the easy keeper choice here. Young guy in a great situation. Your point about knowing when to hold em and when to fold em in keeper leagues is spot on.

Hopefully it's the right decision. I think it is.
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Post Date: 08/31/13 12:42
Well, yesterday was cut down day for my Keeper League. I kept Martin. I think it really was a no decision at this point, but I am not as excited after seeing how bad Josh Freeman has been playing and how anemic the offense has looked this preseason.
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