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Topic: WR starts in multiple leagues
Membership: Retired
Joined: August 09
Total Posts: 276
Post Date: 10/12/13 08:45
Sorry accidently posted in wrong forum earlier, reposting here.

Multiple leagues WR questions:

#1 Antonio Brown or Julius Thomas (need 1)

#2 Garcon,Antonio Brown,Shorts, Jordan Cameron (need 2)

#3 Greg Jennings,Fitzgerald or Kembrell Thompkins (need 2)

Thanks again for all the help
League #1
Standard Scoring-Non PPR. 1pt/10yards rushing/receiving, 1pt/25yds passing. 6pts per touchdown

League 2
Qb:Brees, Foles
D: NEP,Cleveland
K: Novak,Sturgis

League #3
QB: Kaepernic,Vick,Foles
RB: McCoy,ABrown,Sproles,Greene,Hunter
WR/TE: Fitzgerald,Cruz,Cooper,Burleson,Austin
Kicker: Walsh,Gould
Def: Arizona,Clev
Membership: Bench Warmer
Joined: August 10
Total Posts: 2786
Post Date: 10/12/13 08:56
Wow on # 1....normally I always go WR over TE unless it's Jimmy Graham. Cromartey(spelled wrong) could be out for the Jets which could mean a big day for Brown, however, with the Broncos getting the Jaguars I would give the nod to Thomas.

Garcon and Brown.

Jennings and Thompkins with Fitz questionable with a hammy.
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