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Topic: RB2, Flex, & waiver move?
 CajunBadger_70115
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Post Date: 09/27/13 17:08
Currently starting on team1, Ryan, Foster, Ridley, Thomas, Garcon, A. Johnson (flex), Cook (4.5 pts on Thurs), Succop, PIT.

Miller, Bell, & Ridley all have negatives. Would think RB2 is between Miller & Ridley (isn't ATL D banged up a bit?). Can I really bench Johnson if he starts and if so, Broyles or Sanders?

Well, ok - and PIT vs Cassel (MIN) make more sense than DEN? PHI has the turnovers, but could be lots of yardage & high scoring.

Side question - both Steve Smith & D-Will were dropped. Have waiver pick #1, so can get one at least. Make sense to go for D-Will first, Steve Smith second (drop Tolbert for D-Will & Ingram for Smith)? Or leave either on waivers?
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10 team, non-ppr, NFL.com scoring: 1pt/10yds rush/rec, 1pt/20yds passing, 6pts/td
Start 1QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1TE, 1 RB/WR/TE flex, 1DEF, 1K
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 CajunBadger_70115
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Post Date: 09/28/13 14:19
Really need help (0-3)!

Suggestions: Most importantly at moment w/waivers tonight, will Steve Smith (Car) and/or D-Will help my team (figure in place of Ingram & Tolbert, respectively).

RB2 (if Foster can be called a RB1, lol): Ridley, L. Miller, or L. Bell?

Flex: A. Johnson (if starting), Broyles, or Sanders

DEF: PIT or DEN (had to ask, at least on paper PIT seems better)?
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10 team, non-ppr, NFL.com scoring: 1pt/10yds rush/rec, 1pt/20yds passing, 6pts/td
Start 1QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1TE, 1 RB/WR/TE flex, 1DEF, 1K
QB:
RB:
WR:
TE:
DEF: K:
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only1putt_34218
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Post Date: 09/28/13 17:09
You need help at rb more than wr, although I think Smith has more ROS potential than Williams with Steward and Barner (he is my choice as a sleeper) most likley going to steal touches.

Got to believe that Ridley is not as bad as he has shown in the first 3 games. I think he gets it going. Miller will be the back before the end of the year and Bell has potential but with the Steelers O line, not sure how effective he will be.

Williams may be a wasted pick up when he starts sharing. Smith is the better player, but you will not start him over Johnson, Thomas or Nelson unless one is injured. The odds favor a Williams pickup and hope that he continues to get most of the touches.
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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
 CajunBadger_70115
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Post Date: 09/28/13 18:11
Thanks! Two quick follow-up questions - PIT seems safer pick, but can DEN possibly get the turnovers & a TD (or Holiday run one back)?? And with picking up CAR for Ingram, D-Will for Tolbert, who to drop for Smith (if can get him)? Sanders (lots of targets, but bad O-line) or Broyles (seems more value in PPR, but w/WR injuries...).

Yeah, figure stick with Ridley over Miller. And AJ says he's starting - otherwise torn between Broyles potential for yardage & Sanders getting a lot of targets.

And RB has been my trouble spot, hoping it's not too late for it to turn around (matchups, performance or what has been a real problem).
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10 team, non-ppr, NFL.com scoring: 1pt/10yds rush/rec, 1pt/20yds passing, 6pts/td
Start 1QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1TE, 1 RB/WR/TE flex, 1DEF, 1K
QB:
RB:
WR:
TE:
DEF: K:
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Post Date: 09/28/13 18:18
Vick is prone to turn it over, but it would be hard not to start Pitt against the Vikes especially with Cassel starting at qb. Pitt is my choice, but it is close.

I'd drop the Denver D to pick up Smith. I don't see either Denver or Pitt as elite must have D's and even with them you are going to play match up like you are this week.

Sanders is an adequate play in ppr, but I don't trust Broyles, he seems to always be injured, but he has the higher upside with more risk than Sanders.
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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
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