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Topic: RB Flex Help
Chris_82729
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Post Date: 10/17/13 14:42
So I'm lean on RBs as most of mine are out with injuries, however I do have Fred Jackson and Joseph Randle on my bench. Which one should I play? The L/A has Jackson as a must start even projecting him over my other back A. Foster. However ESPN projects Randle as the better play.... I've found that usually the correct projection is somewhere in between... So who to start?
 Tom_94092
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Post Date: 10/17/13 15:05
i like randle as a flex this weekend. philly can't stop anyone.
Chris_82729
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Post Date: 10/17/13 15:48
PPR league btw...
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