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Matt Schaub vs. KC

One of the more difficult things about the first half of each football season is figuring out what teams no longer fit into the same convenient categories as the previous season or two. For instance, over the last couple years, your eyes got wide when you saw your player was facing DET, STL, CLE, or KC. Well, I’m not sure I believe the Chiefs are really a top 10 defense, but they certainly look average-ish this year (and I mean that as a compliment). Schaub hasn’t been in sync, Andre Johnson isn’t 100%, Owen Daniels isn’t close to being the same weapon he was pre-injury, and since KC isn’t really an explosive offense, the Texans may try to re-establish Arian Foster.

Shaun Hill @ NYG

Matt Stafford is supposed to be close to returning, but I expect Hill to get one more start. Unfortunately, it’s against a resurgent Giants pass defense (and pass rush), and Calvin Johnson is still struggling with a shoulder injury. Some of you in super deep leagues may console yourselves with Nate Burleson or Brandon Pettigrew, but Shaun Hill is not the QB you’re looking for.


Joe Flacco @ NE

The New England defense doesn’t have a player that can handle Anquan Boldin. If Belichick decides to double Boldin, that leaves plenty of room for Flacco’s less talented but still sure-handed recievers. If you’ve been patient with (or bought low on) Flacco, you should be rewarded this week.

Mark Sanchez @ DEN

The Broncos defense has been pretty good so far this year, but I think they are due for a regression soon. I was impressed with how quickly Santonio Holmes stepped back into the offense, and while his reintroduction diminishes the value of the other recievers, it only helps Sanchez.

Running Backs


Jahvid Best @ NYG

With Calvin Johnson likely out (or at least limited), the Giants defense won’t be under much pressure to stop the Lions passing game, and Best hasn’t looked the same since his toe injury.

Darren McFadden @ SF

I know you’ve been waiting and hoping for his return, but unfortunately, Bush is expected to retain the starter’s role, and McFadden may not be 100% right away. I’d sit him this week, and if he looks good and breaks a nice run or two, then you can consider starting him again next week.


Matt Forte vs. SEA

There seems to be a good chance that Cutler will return, but either way I think the Bears will still run a bit more than usual — in the case of Cutler, to minimize the pass rush exposure, and in the case of other-than-Cutler, to minimize the number of completions to people wearing the wrong uniforms. The Seahawks are surprisingly tough at home, but they are pure milquetoast on the road.

Ryan Torain vs. IND

Torain was underwhelming in his first start after Portis’ injury, but I’m doubling down and starting him again this week. The Colts D-line has had trouble stopping physical backs, and even if the Redskins offense has to change gears, Torain showed himself to be a pretty adept pass-catcher last week with 4 grabs for 27 yards.

Wide Receivers


Wes Welker vs. BAL

Brandon Lloyd demonstrated that there are yards to be found against the BAL defense, but I wouldn’t look for a huge game from Welker this week. The Patriots offense will adjusting to life without Randy Moss stretching the field, and while Welker may still have some PPR value this week, I don’t see him breaking loose for big gains.

Michael Crabtree vs. OAK

Never underestimate an NFL coach’s ability to screw up a gameplan, but the 49ers should be running early and often with Frank Gore. Malcolm Floyd did go off against the OAK secondary, but he had Antonio Gates attracting the defenses attention. Vernon Davis is good, but not as good as Gates, and Crabtree won’t have as much room to operate as Floyd did.


Kenny Britt @ JAX

Britt has scored in 3 straight games, and now he gets to face one of the worst pass defenses in the league. TEN still isn’t likely to throw that much, so you may not get more than 5 or 6 catches in PPR leagues, but he ought to be able to push 100 yards.

Brandon Lloyd vs. NYJ

I’m guessing most Lloyd owners are fully committed to him by now, but just in case someone is still questioning his matchup, it needs to be noted that Revis was clearly not 100% against the Vikings, and isn’t likely to be 100% any time soon. Ride the Broncos pass offense until it stops.

Tight Ends


Jermichael Finley vs. MIA

Sorry, Finley owners. That was cruel and I apologize.

Dustin Keller @ DEN

I put Keller here not so much because this week’s matchup is terrible (though I don’t think it’s great, either), but as a caution that Holmes return diminishes Keller’s value somewhat. Keller will still get a fair share of targets, but I don’t see him jumping to the next level for now.


Tony Moeaki @ HOU

The Chiefs offense isn’t going to start taking big shots downfield just because they are facing a terrible HOU pass defense, but Cassel should certainly be able to hit Moeaki for some nice gains. Cross your fingers for some redzone looks.



Baltimore @ NE

The Ravens defense has been showing some signs that they aren’t quite the same unit from last year. They’ve done a pretty good job at limiting points, but they haven’t racked up the secondary stats that really boost a good fantasy defense. The Pats offense may be more balanced with Moss gone, more willing to take what the defense gives them.


Dallas @ MIN

The Dong-gate scandal rages on and Brett’s complaining of elbow pain. The Vikings are just a mess right now, and while there’s always the chance that Peterson has one of his games for the ages, I’d bet against it and feel just fine throwing the Cowboys out there again this week.

  1. Dakota says:

    Just to be clear…

    Baltimore defense is a sit because they’re playing the NE offense, but Welker is also a sit because he’s playing the Baltimore defense? Okay…

    There’s no way I’m sitting Welker in any league unless I can only start two WRs and I have Austin Miles and Reggie Wayne on my roster.

  2. herschel says:

    @Mark: 12 team ppr league. who do you like at flex (not good, i know, as two of them were recommended sits).

    d. bess
    h. miller

  3. batman the horse says:

    felix jones over jahvid best this week?

  4. mgeoffriau

    mgeoffriau says:

    @Dakota: One WR does not an offense make. I expect Brady to be spreading the ball around, and Welker (while he still has great timing with Brady) is not as explosive as he was before the injury. I wouldn’t be surprised by 60ish yards with no TD’s. There’s a good chance I’ll play Steve Giant Smith and Malcolm Floyd over him on one of my teams, for example.

    And the BAL defense is a sit because (while they remain a better than average NFL defense) they are not putting up the fantasy points in most league configurations with sacks, turnovers, TD’s, etc.

    @herschel: PPR would put Bess at the head of the pack for me.

    @batman the horse: Tough call, as the Vikings are pretty good at stuffing the run, but yes, I’d play Felix over Best.

  5. Calogero says:

    I have depth at RB and WR, which is good. However, I have very little in the way of high end talent. This makes sit/start decisions particularly difficult.

    RB (1): Torain, Greene, Felix
    WR (1): Welker, Wallace, Knox
    Flex (1): Remainder

    Forte and Austin are starting at RB and WR, so that’s at least something. I like all 3 backs this week, but it’s hard to order them. Torain goes against the weakest defense (IND) but is the least explosive. Felix had a good week last week, but goes against MIN. Greene is still second fiddle for the Jets, but he’s got a very sneaky good matchup against a decimated Denver D.

    For WR, I like Wallace against the Browns more than Welker against the Ravens. But Welker is still good, and you can almost bank at least 70 yards as a minimum, which is a kind of comforting stability. If I pick Wallace for WR, is Welker even in the conversation for Flex over Torain/Greene/Felix?

  6. batman the horse says:

    ok, one more. need a QB so I can sit Schaub

    Vince Young @ JAX, Henne @ GB, Freeman v. NO, or Garrard v. TEN?

    Henne is tempting vs. an injured team, but I’m thinking Young has the most upside.

  7. dingbat says:

    Okay, shmart guy. If I’m sitting Jahvid Best, am I starting Michael Crabtree or Ricky Williams? Or even Tony Moeaki? Or is Best still a better option than those guys?


  8. Max says:


    I would start Torain-Wallace-Felix myself.

  9. Marlo Stanfield says:

    14 team .5 ppr, 15 yds/point for rec and rushing, 6 point all tds, 2 rbs, 2 wrs, flex.

    Got a trade offer.

    His Welker, and Stephen Jackson


    My Andre Johnson and Moreno

    The rest of my team
    Qb= Roethy, Stafford, Cutler
    RB- Charles, Bradshaw
    WR-Austin, Lloyd, Branch, Murphy
    TE- Keller, Celek

    I am leaning towards taking this deal as i pick up an extra game (welker had his bye) and I think my weekly avg will be better if make the move. However I still have to sit one of bradshaw, charles, lloyd, every week and it is always tough to give up Johnson in a PPR. Thoughts?

  10. Dakota says:

    @mgeoffriau: I hear ya, I just think that Welker is a no-brainer start, even against the NFL’s number one pass defense unless you’ve got some real talent at WR.

    Every site I’ve looked at has Welker as a top 12 WR which would be a start for almost any team.

    I’d start Floyd and Welker before I started Floyd and Steve Smith, but I will acknowledge at some point these are all projections and close calls. More than anything, I just don’t see him as a sit (meaning I think he’s a top 20 WR option this week).

  11. herschel says:

    @mgeoffriau: 12 team PPR. Have Vick and Rothlesberger for other QBs. Thoughts on me giving up Ryan and McFadden for Megatron and C. Benson?

  12. mgeoffriau

    mgeoffriau says:

    @Calogero: I agree with Max, it’d be Torain/Wallace/Felix.

    @batman the horse: Yeah, I think VY is the way to go…that JAX secondary is brutal. 250 yards may be wishful thinking, but I think you could get 2 or 3 TD’s.

    @dingbat: Urgh. It’s Crabtree or Ricky, I think…Ricky might be a little steadier, Crabtree more boom-or-bust. I’d lean Crabtree.

    @Dakota: Yeah, I haven’t decided out of those 3 who will sit, but I’m at least considering Welker. Look at his game logs — he actually hasn’t TOPPED 70 yards yet, and had 2 TD’s in Week 1, 1 TD in Week 2, and none in the last 2 weeks. And the Pats offense is a little bit of an unknown right now. I just think he’s a risky play. Remember, “Sit/Start” isn’t a literal set of instructions, it’s really more of “Upgrade/Downgrade”.

    @herschel: Megatron’s shoulder makes me hesitant, but otherwise I like the deal. I thought Ryan make make the leap this year, but he still looks like a guy that too frequently puts up 180 and 1 TD. I’d have no problem rolling with Roethlisberger the rest of the way, especially with Vick as a matchup play.

  13. Rookie Season says:

    0.5PPR, 1pt per 30 Return yards, who do you like for the Flex Spot?
    Woodhead, Quarless (Finley’s replacement), B.Jacobs, K.Walter, L.Murphy, McCluster, GinnJr, A.Armstrong, Burleson.
    I guess who are your 2nd and 3rd favorite, also? Thanks!

  14. Needles says:

    I’ve got C. Johnson, Mccoy Torain, and Jerome Harrison. 12 team ppr league would you trade Torain for Pierre Thomas not planning on starting torain this week anyways

  15. Bobbo says:

    Am I crazy for thinking of starting Vince Young over Matt Schaub this week???

  16. MJD Took A Knee says:

    I have Miami but not entirely sure if Rodgers will start. Pick up Dallas?

    Miami @GB
    Kansas City @HOU
    Dallas @MIN
    Minnesota vs DAL

  17. mgeoffriau

    mgeoffriau says:

    @Rookie Season: McCluster, then…yikes. Walter, Ginn, Quarless, Burleson, Murphy, Armstrong.

    @Needles: I wouldn’t…Torain’s got a better shot to be a primary RB than PT the rest of the year…I don’t think Portis is coming back. Even if PT comes back relatively healthy, he’s still a huge injury risk and Betts and Ivory aren’t just going to go away.

    @MJD Took A Knee: Yeah, I might make that switch regardless…the Cowboys pass rush is blowing through o-lines.

  18. genghis chone says:

    PPR league, point per 25 return yards:
    Who of Harvin, Best, Charles, Torain and Britt should I play at my flex slot? Also, which two of Eli, Big Ben and Orton? Thanks!

  19. dingbat says:

    Uh-oh — several of your picks match Brad Evans’ Flames/Lames picks. That’s rarely a good sign.

  20. mgeoffriau

    mgeoffriau says:

    @genghis chone: Those are some pretty worthy options…I’d tend to toward talent and play Charles. I like Harvin also but he’s a constant health risk and is tangentially affected by Dong-gate.

    @dingbat: Argh….you just destroyed any confidence I had in my article…pack it up and go home, folks, nothing to see here.

    No, really…even a blind squirrel can find his own nuts, right? (That’s not right.)

  21. Matt Leinart says:

    What do you think of this trade?

    I would be getting Flacco, giving Mike Wallace. I have Orton as my QB, so I’m not sure Flacco would start very often for me. I have Megatron, Marshall, Britt, and TB Williams so I could survive without Wallace. We play 3 WRs and a flex. I have many RB options for the flex spot.

    Here’s the thing. I think Wallace is gonna be very good now that Ben is back. I also think I’ll be fighting this other team for a playoff berth, and I’m worried I might be helping him more than I’ll be helped (Wallace would replace Walter every week, while I would get 2 or 3 games from Flacco).

    Should I hoard my WRs for now?


  22. mgeoffriau

    mgeoffriau says:

    @Matt Leinart: How does Flacco help your team? Keep Wallace, roll with Orton, and just grab the best of the waiver wire for Orton’s Week 9 bye.

  23. BAM says:

    Who’s the more explosive defensive play this week: Chicago (against Seattle) or Tennessee (against Jacksonville)? Both are currently available and my opponent for the week has, probably, the best matchup of them all in Pittsburgh (vs Cleveland).

  24. BAM says:

    ^ – my thought is that with Chi playing at home, they may be fired up. Then again, the Titans get the big stage on Monday night…

  25. The Vaporizers says:

    Do you drop any of these bench guys for Jackson? I would potentially be starting Jackson over Santana Moss in my WR3 (White and Austin already)

    My bench consists of:

    Tolbert, Spiller, M WIlliams (TB), B. Tate, A Hernandez and Favre.

  26. mgeoffriau

    mgeoffriau says:

    @BAM: I’d lean toward Chicago as well…Seattle is TERRIBLE on the road.

    @The Vaporizers: If you think you can get a decent QB when you need to fill in for your QB1’s bye week, I’d drop Favre. You’ll still have to drop someone whenever you need that backup QB, but it’ll push the decision off for a little while.

  27. The Vaporizers says:

    Drop Favre, right?

  28. Marlo Stanfield says:

    @mgeoffriau: Any thoughts on the trade shown @ #9?

  29. The Vaporizers says:

    didn’t refresh screen, didn’t need last comment?
    mybad, and thanks!!

  30. mgeoffriau

    mgeoffriau says:

    @Marlo Stanfield: I still like the trade for you…injury risks are waay in your favor in that deal. Andre Johnson is a beast, but I think the boost in RB is worth the drop in WR.

  31. Beau says:

    Any reason not to start andre, foster, nicks, bradshaw all in the same game against each other?

    Big ben over flacco?

  32. The Vaporizers says:

    they played against each other last week beau. Giants play Lions this week and Texans play KC

  33. Wilsonian says:

    Ok, if I’m sitting Best, which actually might not be an option for me…who am I starting?

    Run DMC or Hillis? It’s looking like Best might be my, er, best option…

  34. Beau says:

    @The Vaporizers: Thanks, seems like most of my starters and bench players are on those teams so i got mixed up.

  35. mgeoffriau

    mgeoffriau says:

    @Wilsonian: Wouldn’t consider Hillis. I’d be watching the injury notes on DMC and Best right up until game time…with a slight edge to Best, since he’s likely to get a few more carries than DMC.

  36. Calogero says:

    Which is the better trade offer?:

    1. I give Forte, Welker and Lance Moore for Charles and Fitzgerald

    2. I give Forte and Welker for AP/Rice/Mendenhall

    I have the AP offer out, but if that’s not accepted should I move down the line to Rice/Mendy first or go for Charles and L. Fitz?

    I have good RB depth but Forte is my best so I don’t have that one solid week-in-week-out guy to count on. I also have Austin, Wallace and Knox in addition to Welker and Moore listed.

  37. Wilsonian says:

    @mgeoffriau: yeah, that’s what I’m thinking too. Hillis hadn’t even crossed my mind. I’m actively trying to get either Forte, or *fingers crossed* AP, so that would help things out. I do also have Moreno, but he’s kind of in that 50-50 at best situation.

  38. Matt P says:

    Which one should i start out of Lynch/Greene/Best and which one should i start out of Britt/Calvin/Mike Williams (TB)? Thanks for the help.

  39. Mike says:

    Mike Williams (tampa bay) over Calvin Johnson?

  40. Black Beard says:

    Just want to say thanks for the recent Wells advice. His owner was fed up with him going into the bye and I was able to get him for Hester. I almost feel bad.

  41. Black Beard says:

    2 TE non-ppr league. Quarless is available on the wire. I’m currently starting Davis and Scheffler. Is it worth picking up Quarless and dropping any of the following: Hightower (own Wells), Donald Brown, Brandon Tate, Roy Williams?


  42. Black Beard says:

    Also same league as above, which side do you like: Cutler and McCoy or Matt Ryan, Nicks, and Donald Brown?

  43. Doc

    Doc says:

    @Calogero: I’d veto that second trade. I could see going with the first, but it’s almost too much, but I like JC enough that I’d do that.

    @Mike: Gotta watch the injury reports, but probably.

    @Black Beard: Jeez, even if he continues sucking you are fine. Nice.

    I’d grab Quarless for Hightower in a 2TE league

    Close one. Leaning Cutler side

  44. Ken Plane says:

    Your opinion on Colston for rest of year, worth a trade for Forte

  45. Calogero says:

    @Doc: You’d veto because which side is giving up too much? The Forte/Welker side or the AP side?

  46. Shark Bait says:

    So I’ve got Hines Ward, Mike Wallace, Mike Williams (TB) and Greg Jennings in a standard scoring, non-ppr, league with 2 starting WRs.

    At first I was going to go with Jennings with either Ward or Wallace, but I couldn’t decide between two, though I was leaning toward Ward.

    But, with the way Jennings has been playing (and killing my record), along with Rodgers coming off of a concussion, I was thinking of going with both Ward and Wallace since the combo should put up some good numbers with Big Ben back under center.

    Also, my QB is Rodgers so in case he decides to torch Miami’s secondary with Jennings post concussion, I’ll still be getting some points.

  47. Calogero says:

    @Shark Bait: I like both Wallace and Ward, but I wouldn’t play both.

    Pitt is going against Colt McCoy – this game will be ugly. The ball might not be put up in the air more than 5 or 6 times in the second half. I’d actually roll with Wallace, given a choice.

    Play Jennings. Best percentage play. Williams is decent, but will be blanketed by a good CB so I wouldn’t count on him.

  48. Black Beard says:

    @Doc: Yeah, I honestly thought it was a steal and might experience some backlash because of it. Then I talked to some other league members and it was routinely described as a wash with me winning slightly…A WASH? The power of Razzball ladies (?) and gentlemen.

  49. bman says:

    Hey looking to drop one of the following players to make room for Heath Miller, who would you drop ?

    Ricky Williams, Tim Hightower, C.J. Spiller

  50. Matt P says:

    Lynch/Greene/Best for this week?

    And also if Calvin cant play Britt or Mike Williams (TB)?

  51. bman says:

    Damn since I posted this a couple minutes ago someone picked him up.

  52. Gambler says:

    Just got offered Hines Ward for my Michael Crabtree, and I’m quite perplexed by it and I think they are about even for fantasy, but Crabtree probably has more potential. Which one do you like more?

  53. Clodbuster says:

    @Gambler: Ward had his bye already but I still like Crabtree.

    Calogero???? Even if that’s Sidney Rice, that trade considerably favors the AP side. Is there a typo in there? It’s nowhere near close!

  54. Calogero says:

    @Gambler: Depends on your team and your record

    If you’re 4-1 or 5-0, take the trade. It’ll be better to get Ward who will get you between 6-15 guaranteed every week and has already had his bye. Stability is nice.

    If you’re 2-3 or worse, go for Crabtree. He could be a good WR2 and a nearly every week play if he keeps progressing, and that upside is what you’d need to take a chance on.

    Also, if you have other Steelers or Niners, keep that in mind. When players are pretty even in value, it’s good to diversify.

  55. Calogero says:


    Haha I see what happened. The slashes don’t mean AND. I meant Forte and Welker for AP OR Ray Rice OR Mendy. I’m planning on starting off with the AP offer and working my way down if they get rejected.

  56. Black Beard says:

    2 TE league, non-ppr. Vernon Davis and Tim Hightower for Reggie Wayne. Ben Watson and Quarless on waivers. Thanks!

  57. Black Beard says:

    @Black Beard: I’d be left with Scheffler at TE plus…whoever.

  58. Wilsonian says:

    @Doc; @anybody: I was offered Brady/Jennings/AP for my Rivers/White/Best. My backup QB is Ben, my backs are CJ, Hillis, DMC, Moreno, Best, my WRs are White, Wayne, Marshall, Boldin, Holmes, Colston. I’m really having an issue with it. I offered Ben/Marshall/Best for those 3 and he didn’t bite. The first offer is still outstanding. Should I do it?

    Doc you told me before I might want to jump on it, but I need some pushing over the edge, as I just can’t seem to pull the trigger. Can you tell me why I should or shouldn’t take it? Thanks…as always I appreciate the advice.

  59. Kibbles and Vicks says:

    1) Torrian over Javid Best…really?

    2) Mokeaki or Cooley?

    3) Is Cutler a good start?

  60. Calogero says:

    @Black Beard: In a 2-TE league this is interesting.

    The real question is this – do you think Wayne and Quarless or Watson will consistently be able to put up more points than Vernon and whatever WR you’d be bumping from your starting lineup to make room for Wayne.

    If your other WR is someone solid, then don’t do it. All that really matters at the end of the day is how many points your STARTERS put up.

    I think either way you should pick up Quarless, for depth and possibly to play over Scheffler sometimes. I’d drop Hightower for him, but if you have someone else more droppable, you should do it.

  61. Clodbuster says:

    Hey, I know what slashes mean, my bad! I should have questioned how those three would end up on one team in the first place. If it’s PPR then it stands the best chance of being accepted obviously, in which case Rice would be my first offer. If it’s non-PPR, you likely won’t get AP but Mendy might be attainable and has slightly more value than Rice IMO. Go for it as long as your WR fill in makes it worthwhile.

    Any reason you’re trying to unload Forte? I’ve got great confidence in him in PPR and Wesley will get his catches.

  62. Black Beard says:

    @Calogero: Calogero, you should be getting paid! New trade: Cutler, Winslow, and Wayne for Davis and Matt Ryan. Thanks!

  63. Black Beard says:

    @Black Beard: Also it’s now Boldin or Wayne in that WR spot.

  64. Calogero says:


    It’s not PPR. The reason I want to get rid of Forte is because I really really want a consistent, stud RB and I figure Forte’s value is at a nice high point right now. If they don’t accept, I’m happy to keep Forte, but I want to get into that upper tier of RB.

    My WR replacement for Welker would be Wallace or Knox. I actually like Wallace more for Week 6 and I might lean towards him about 1/2 the time over Welker right now anyway. So I figured if Welker is more or less replaceable on my squad, I could use him to leverage one of the top backs.

    For the Charles/Fitz trade, I think the Forte to Charles move is lateral BUT Charles has the best playoff matchups of anyone. All things being equal, I’d rather move for Charles now and at the same time buy low on Fitz while he’s on bye.

  65. Calogero says:

    By the way, Doc, hope I’m not stepping on any toes. I’m just really bored right now and I had an espresso a couple hours ago for no reason, so this is my current outlet.

    Hope my advice helps, but take it for what it’s worth obviously. Pay more attention to Doc’s advice. Unless it’s about FanDuel, then listen to me

    /hadn’t gloated about my week 5 win yet.

  66. Black Beard says:

    @Calogero: I think I can speak for Doc (I can’t) that your help on the last trade I threw up would be greatly appreciated. Hot stove!

  67. Jim Parkey says:

    who do you like better going forward, Pettigrew or the tight end for KC (name escapes me)?


  68. Doc

    Doc says:

    @Ken Plane: I’d take Forte.

    @Shark Bait: I have a feeling Jennings has a good game after complaining. I’m leaning Wallace, but it’s really close.

    @Black Beard: Weird

    @bman: Hightower

    @Matt P: Best/Williams

    @Gambler: PPR I’d go with Ward, non, Wallace.

    @Calogero: Ahh, makes sense

    @Black Beard: Id hate to drop from VD to Watson. Who would Wayne be upgrading?

    @Calogero: The more opinions the better!

  69. Doc

    Doc says:

    @Jim Parkey: Moeaki as long as Sheffler is getting targets.

  70. DSimms says:

    At flex – Lynch vs CHI or (if he plays)Mcfadden vs SF? or Dez?

  71. Doc

    Doc says:

    @DSimms: Lynch

  72. Lis franc says:

    R. Brown and E.Royal for G. Jennings and M. Lynch – which side would you take?

  73. Kibbles and Vicks says:

    Brandon Jax or Felix Jones for my flex play?

  74. stumanji says:

    I had a dream last night that Pierre Garcon puts up 11/213/2 this week. Seriously.

    I need to get out more.

  75. Nick says:

    So I have Baltimore D in 10 team league going this week…don’t own 2 D’s and my weakest player on the bench is Kenny Britt so I don’t think I could stream a D in…Problem occurs week 8 when my D & Kicker are on a bye. If I can’t drop anyone on my bench (M. Bush, McNabb, T.o. R. Brown, Vick,Torain) at that time, i’d have to lose Akers and Baltimore D in week 8. So what should I do? Wait till week 8 and figure it out or drop Baltimore Defense and start streaming now with Dallas, Chicago, or NE.

    On another note, I need a fill for TE week 9 (Cooley) and H Miller just hit the waivers, and I can probably get him since I’m #4waiver…but again I don’t have space to make any moves at this time!

  76. Nick says:

    Also should I even try R. Brown & M. Bush for MJD, asking to much?

  77. Nick says:

    or Torain/Brown

  78. stumanji says:

    @Nick: A kicker is a kicker is a kicker.

  79. Nick says:

    @stumanji: Yeah I’m fine with that, what about the D situation though?

  80. donovan says:

    I was wondering if I should trade tom brady for eli manning and steven jackson? my other rbs are ronnie brown, ryan torain, shonn greene, and fred jackson. 2 start per week.

  81. Doc

    Doc says:

    @donovan: I’d go for it.

  82. Spliff says:

    Got a trade offer
    Miles Austin/Fred Jackson for J.Charles/M. Wallace

    My RB depth is a little weak.

    12 team PPR
    My team
    Romo, R. White, Welker, CJ, LT, J. Charles Gates
    Bench. B. Lloyd, V. Jax, R. Torain, M. Wallace

  83. Doc

    Doc says:

    @Spliff: If you could get a little better piece than Jackson I’d do it.

  84. MikeH says:

    I need some feedback for some tough choices this week in fantasy.

    I am in a non-ppr league with 1 QB, 1 RB, 1 RB/WR flex, and 2 WR. Who do I start for each position?

    QB: Flacco / Sanchez
    RB: Bush / Charles
    WR: Britt/Wallace/Crabtree

  85. Ronnie says:

    Drop marion barber for donald brown?

  86. ronnie says:

    Should I drop marion barber for donald brown?

  87. Doc

    Doc says:

    @ronnie: That’s tough, but I would.

  88. danario says:

    Would you rather drop marion barber for donald brown or cadillac williams(waiver)

  89. Doc

    Doc says:

    @danario: I’d drop Caddy

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