Tier I

Andre Johnson 20 (10+10) He has been battling some minor injuries and the bi-polar nature of Schaub’s play thus far. Arian Foster doesn’t help much either; I liked the Texans a lot more when they didn’t have a running game. Bottom line is they’re not giving Andre Johnson’s away for free when you open a checking account. They don’t make a lot of “best receiver in the universe” type players.  I’d target him now (offering a high end RB would make a lot of sense) and reap the rewards.

Ray Rice 16 (8+8) The knee contusion is worrisome, as is his mediocre play thus far. It’s hard to quantify what the discount should be on him. Odds are his owner is hurting for production. It’s worth opening up the conversation to see.

DeAngelo Williams 16 (8+8) I know he’s getting older and their offense looks atrocious right now but people need to calm down. The Panthers always run the football effectively and unless I see a long term trend to the contrary, I’m not changing my mind. Like the other players on this list, owners are nervous and scrambling for production to avoid falling out of contention. Make it happen cap’n!

Calvin Johnson 16 (9+7) Stafford’s probably out for a couple more weeks but Calvin doesn’t need an elite QB to produce. Much like Andre Johnson he has been fairly mediocre so far. I love the Fantasy playoff matchups regardless of who’s behind center at that point.

Pierre Thomas 16 (7+9) With Reggie Bush out for the next few weeks minimum, Thomas has the potential to score a boat load of TD’s. His pass catching skills get overlooked and he’s not a player people get pumped up to own. Bottom line is it’s about production and aside from the yardage he’s in as good a position as anyone to put up big digits.

Marques Colston 16 (9+7) Brees’ obsession on spreading the rock around borders on insanity. I have been puzzled by this for the last few seasons. Colston is a player everyone thought could put up the type of numbers that Andre Johnson has the last few seasons. It’s apparent that he’s not going to be a 1,500 yard, 13 TD guy but he still has a high ceiling. Right now he should be pretty easy to acquire.

Tier II

Dez Bryant 16 (9+7) Make no mistake about it- Dez Bryant is a special player. Anyone who watched the Cowboys game on Sunday saw the two near touchdowns that he had in the game. Romo is continuing to target him more and more in the passing game and his opportunities should only improve. The types of plays he makes remind you of Larry Fitzgerald, Andre Johnson, and Brandon Marshall. In case you’re not too bright, that’s a good thing. His asking price will clearly be steeper than it was on draft day but if you can swap him for a mid round pick type player I’d make it happen.

Ryan Mathews 15 (8+7) The bigger the hype, the faster they fall. This is exactly why rookies shouldn’t be drafted in the first round. I never valued him there; not even close. I always saw as like a 40-60 ADP type player which is more than fair for someone who’s never played a down in the NFL. If his owner is reasonable, which he ought to be, you should be able to get an enormous discount on him.

Shonn Greene 15 (8+7) This guy I’m actually pretty surprised about. Based on what he did in the playoffs last year and the departure of Thomas Jones, Greene seemed like a sure thing. Somehow LaDanian Tomlinson has risen from the grave but an injury can’t be that far off. Even if he doesn’t get hurt, odds are he’ll wear down (much like Jones did) and Greene should be able to emerge in time for the Fantasy Playoffs. As with Mathews, I’d expect a huge discount on him (that’s why both of these players are in Tier II despite being drafted as first rounders)

Mike Sims-Walker 15 (8+7) David Garrard is more of a factor than anything in Sims-Walker’s disappointing 2010 campaign. He actually had a nice week 2 but was disappointing in weeks 1 and 3. A lot of people are freaked right now about the Jaguars offense (and justifiably so) but remember that MS-W is the unchallenged number one there. He is still capable of putting up big numbers even if Garrard doesn’t get his act together entirely. Buy now while the discounts are deep.

Michael Crabtree 15 (9+6) Regardless of how bad he’s been in the first few games I still believe that Crabtree has a lot of upside. He showed what he was capable of last year when the 49ers went to the spread offense to make Alex Smith more comfortable. They just fired their offensive coordinator who went away from the spread for 2010. It’s hard to tell what will happen from here but the quick and easy solution would be to let Smith go back to the spread where he’s comfortable. That offense fits Crabtree’s skillset perfectly. You have to take chances to win in Fantasy Football.

Kyle Orton 15 (7+8) I can’t imagine he’s still available in your league but if he is, you know what to do. The system in Denver makes him instant Tom Brady lite. Sounds good to me!

Pierre Garcon 14 (8+6) Despite injuries issues and a diminishing role in the offense I like Pierre Garcon down the stretch. He might totally bomb out and be a killer bust the whole season but if you’re looking to buy low he’s a definite player to target. You might even see him out there on Waivers in some leagues.

Ben Roethlisburger 14 (9+5) Ben still has one week of suspension left then a bye in week 5. Most owners that have stashed him thus far are willing to wait; so with each week comes a higher price tag. He should be Tony Romo-ish after returning and you can get him for a lot less than that right now. This will probably be your last opportunity to acquire him at a reasonable price.

Santonio Holmes 14 (9+5) Like Roethlisberger, this will be your last chance to trade for Holmes. The ideal time to strike a deal would have been after Sanchize’s atrocious week 1 performance. Since then he’s played well and the Fantasy world is more optimistic about his potential production. Even so, you should be able to peel him off owners who need immediate production because they are struggling in the standings.

Tier III

Willis McGahee 13 (7+6) Ray Rice’s status for Sunday is still unknown. If his knee contusion keeps him out, McGahee is a great play. Either way he’s a great stash in case Rice gets injured long term.

Peyton Hillis 14 (7+7) There’s too much flux going on in the Cleveland backfield for me to buy in to Peyton Hillis long term. He’s a nice player, a hybrid-type with speed, power, and great hands. I’d grab him wherever you can to start for the near future. Just understand that his production could disappear into the abyss as quickly as it rose from it.

Lance Moore 14 (7+7) The Saints receiving core is a shell game; it’s impossible to predict who is going to do what and when they’re going to do it. Obviously Moore is a must-add coming off such a huge outing but like Hillis, you need to understand that one game doesn’t make a season.

Laurence Maroney 14 (7+7) The fact that Maroney started was a total shocker to me on Sunday. Every indication was that Buckhalter would get the lion’s share of the opportunities. I guess it makes sense when you consider the fact that Josh McDaniel’s likes to think he’s an evil genius just like Belichick. They need to get over themselves and realize that no one cares which mediocre player is starting. From here on out I’m not really sure what Maroney is going to do but he might be a better stash than whatever you’re rolling with currently.

RB stashes in deeper leagues: James Davis, Mike Bell, Rashad Jennings


  1. Buge Hoobs says:
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    Doc,

    New to fantasy. 10 man PPR starting 2RB, 2WR, 1TE, 2FLEX

    With the first Bye week coming up:

    Do I go with the “they’re just kickers” mentality and drop my starting kicker R Longwell for the likes of a Feely, Nugent, or Tynes?

    Or would you drop back up TE Heath (starting Zack) Miller?

  2. Buge Hoobs says:
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    Sorry, Drew. Above post is for anybody.

  3. Drew

    Drew says:
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    @Buge Hoobs: I would drop Longwell for a kicker (yes, they are just kickers). I would also drop Heath Miller and stash a backup RB. You are in a 10 team league which means there have to be some decent stashes out there for you. Backup TE’s are only useful if they have a lot of upside. Even after Roethlisberger returns, Heath Miller is nothing special. You’ll be grateful if the backup RB you roster ends up getting a shot at being a starter.

  4. Nate says:
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    “If his knee contusion keeps him out, McGahee is a great play.”

    Against the Steeler defense? I have to dispute that call. He’s got a horrible matchup.

  5. Drew

    Drew says:
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    @Nate: consider the depth of the leagues that many people play in. regardless of the matchup, it’s still a running back getting 25+ touches (if Rice doesn’t play). The Bye Weeks are starting to kick in and week Flex plays abound.

  6. Nate says:
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    I’ve got a RB logjam in week 4, and assuming no major changes between now and then I’m unsure who to start in my RB 2 and flex spots. It’s PPR + return.

    I’ve got Gore for RB 1, so that’s an automatic.

    Of the other two, I’m leaning towards LaDainian Tomlinson and Justin Forsett against two weak defenses (Buffalo and St Louis), but I’m wondering if I should shun the matchup and play the hottest RB on my team in Peyton Hillis ahead of one of them, even though he’s going against a tougher defense. I benched him against Baltimore this week and he made me regret it.

  7. Drew

    Drew says:
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    @Nate: I think while Hillis is getting all these touches you gotta roll with him. It’s a good problem to have w/ all those options but I don’t think Tomlinson or Forsett’s roles are anywhere near as exclusive coming in to this week.

  8. Nate says:
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    @Drew Which back would you start Hillis over?

  9. Buge Hoobs says:
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    @Drew

    That’s what I thought about the K. Thanks for the verification.

    As for dropping HMiller, in PPR who would you pick up? RBush, KSmith, Huggins, Westbrook, Choice, LJ, MMoore, MBell, BJGEllis, JDavis ??

    In my stable: Gore, JCharles, Best, Spiller, Sproles

  10. Nick says:
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    @Anyone: I still haven’t made a move on my QB’s and I have Vick, McNabb & Big Ben. Who should I move and who should I go after. My RB’s are Greene, R. Brown, McCoy & Hightower with 3 starting (including Flex) so I’d like to grab another solid RB

    In a 10 team league I’m targeting a team without a solid QB…the owner of Favre has Benson, Best, Matthews…

    Flacco’s owner has D. Williams…and no other solid RB’s

    Any potential trades I should make…

  11. Fletch says:
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    @Drew: Dynasty PPR league: Would you consider trading Ray Rice for S. Smith (NYG), Mendenhall, Blount, Tate (Hou) and a future 1st round pick?

    I have Foster already.

  12. ELaw says:
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    Who wins?

    My Vick, Bradshaw, Hightower FOR His Rodgers, Vincent Jackson, Lynch

  13. danimal35 says:
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    12-team non-PPR, 1-flex

    guy is 0-3 now and last week offered me Orton for Ronnie Brown straight up since I only have Favre as my QB…he also has Crabtree and D’angelo Williams…I want to trade for all three…I want to offer:

    Brown/Bradshaw/Jacoby for Orton/Williams/Crabtree…?

    My other RBs are Turner/Moreno/Greene/Maroney
    My WRs are Marshall/Boldin/Ward/Holmes/Naanee

    anything you would do with all that? thanks in advance

  14. DSimms says:
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    What do you think of me trading Megatron and Forte for Gore? too much?

    RB- forte,r. brown, mcfadden, lynch
    WR- r. moss, megatron, s. moss, dez and dex

  15. Matt Leinart says:
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    I’d like to trade either Schaub or Big Ben for a RB. The team that needs a QB the most (started Carson last week) has Rice, Mendenhall and JC Superstar. What’s a reasonable offer? I could also add Spiller, Harvin or Crab to a deal to even it out.

    Thanks.

  16. Dirtdog says:
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    Which TE for this week? Witten has a bye..

    Carlson
    Lewis
    Heap
    Olsen
    Shockey
    Hernandez

  17. TheEvilEmpire says:
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    Lost Kolb and need to pickup a new QB (I have Romo who has a bye this week).

    Sanchez is on the wire and I’d love to grab him but who to drop?

    Players that are expendable:

    Anthony Dixon
    Mike Thomas
    Ricky Williams
    Derrick Mason

    I’d also like to upgrade a WR slot. Should I drop any of those guys for one of these WR?

    Lance Moore
    Roy E. Williams
    Josh Cribbs
    Dexter McCluster
    Justin Gage
    Roscoe Parrish/Deion Branch

  18. TheEvilEmpire says:
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    Also, is Meachem droppable at this point? Witten has a bye week and I need to drop someone to pickup a TE.

    Available TE:

    Lewis
    Gresham
    Carlson
    Shockey
    Watson

  19. danimal35 says:
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    @TheEvilEmpire: I woulda said Meachem was droppable a long time ago…just my two cents

  20. Pepe Silvia says:
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    surprised MJD isn’t on your list. isn’t he an ideal Tier I sleeper right now with zero TDs?

  21. hideousmutants says:
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    What are your thoughts on McNabb this week? Triumphant return or Goes Down in Flames? Am thinking of targeting Schaub and would have to include Donovan to get him.

  22. hoju says:
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    12 team, non-ppr, non-keeper. Here’s my squad:

    QB Vick
    RB Mendenhall
    RB Ronnie
    RB/WR Hightower
    WR DeSean
    WR Maclin
    TE Daniels
    D/ST Chargers
    K Bironas
    BN Eli
    BN Garcon
    BN Fragile Freddy
    BN Housh
    BN Holmes
    IR Rice

    I’m one of the unfortunate Grant owners, but got lucky picking up Vick on the waivers after week 1 before anyone else saw him coming. I’ve just been offered T.Jones and Ricky for Hightower and Maclin. I have to do this deal, right? It screws me on byes this week, but I’m playing a weak opponent and I can hopefully find something on waivers (Moore and Edwards are on there). Garcon might pick it up, and worst case, I have Santonio coming back next week for my WR2 spot. I figure I’m too reliant on the Eagles right now.

    I just hate that the collective age of the guys I’m getting is like 70.

  23. The Vaporizers says:
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    Just looking for opions from anyone on this trade made in my league. The first place team just acquired MJD for Brandon Lloyd and Mike Tolbert.

  24. Pepe Silvia says:
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    @The Vaporizers: that’s a total bullshit trade. do you think the guy who gave up MJD is colluding with the other owner, or is he just an idiot?

  25. The Vaporizers says:
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    Who do you like better for a waiver pick up? Lance Moore or Derrick Mason?

  26. The Vaporizers says:
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    or even Dexter McCluster…

  27. The Vaporizers says:
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    @ Pepe, he says he’s happy with the trade. He is worried about MJD’s production. I said Tolbert is only producing cuz Matthews is hurt for lil bit and Lloyd is just the WR flavor of the week in Denver. First it was Gaffney, then Royal, then Damaryius, now lloyd… Everyone else would have traded him much more than that if they knew he was shopping. And the MJD owner is the one that proposed the trade. I make one comment about MJD for two waiver wire picks up and they start getting on my case? wtf? Last week I traded Harvin for Cutler (Cutler owner has Brees starting, and had Cotchery as WR3). They said it was the most unfair trade in the world and accused us of coluding in a $20 league and one person wanted to have a vote on whether or not the person that had Cutler should be kicked out of the league!!!!! And he said I should not be commish and that we should find a someone not in the league to act as commish. I was like wooah. I am the commish in this cross country league. Needless to say I put him in his place in the comments section.

  28. Forrest Gump says:
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    Hey Doc/Drew,

    If you could trade for one of these players, who would you rather try to get?

    MJD or Ray Rice?

  29. MJD Took A Knee says:
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    Sorta screwed for week 4. I hope AJ and SJax rest but I am pretty sure I will lose this week without them although the only person my opponent has that I have to worry about is Manning @JAC.

    NonPPR

    Cutler
    Colston – Knox
    Hillis – D. Brown
    Finley
    W/R/T FLEX

    AJ – SJax – Charles – Williams TB – Cadillac – Ben

    My Bench is INJ SUS BYE filled. Thankfully I already had Hillis so I can maybe keep the #1 waiver. Should I hold off on using my waiver and wait to see if either AJ or Sjax are good to play. Or pick up someone here :

    WR: Brandon Lloyd – Manningham – Louis Murphy – Moore – Garcon – Gaffney – Davone Bess – Kenny Britt

    TE: Moeaki – Gresham

    RB: Marshawn Lynch (Might be traded?) – McGahee – Green-Ellis – Kuhn – Javon Ringer – Darren Sproles

    I might want to grab Lynch since he still might be traded and GB run looks bad. Do I use #1 waiver for him? WED waivers. Totally forgot who would I drop? Cadillac maybe since BYE and losing carries and I could get better YPC than him.

    This is getting long but what’s with week 4 Lynch vs NYJ & McGahee @PIT lessening my options.

  30. Pepe Silvia says:
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    @The Vaporizers: yep, sounds like you play with a bunch of idiots. what do these people think Cutler’s worth? if he’d been traded for someone like White or Austin or Jennings, THAT would’ve been an outrage.

  31. Big Nate says:
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    We have been offered a trade where we send Ward and Thomas Jones for Kevin Walter and Shonn Greene. Do we make the deal?Here’s the lineup

    QB – Cutler
    RB – Chris Johnson
    RB – Tomlinson
    WR – Marshall
    WR – Giant Steve Smith
    WR – Ward
    TE – Witten
    K – Crosby
    DE – Jets

    Here’s the bench:
    Bench – Ricky Williams
    Bench – Thomas Jones
    Bench – Demaryius Thomas
    Bench – Kolb

    Does the deal make even more sense considering the uncertainty around Andre Johnson?

  32. The Vaporizers says:
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    @ Pepe, they thought the Cutler owner that was getting Harvin was getting ripped off, some were calling it the worst trade they ever saw in fantasy……… lol

  33. dingbat says:
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    Is it worth offering Brandon Jackson for Shonn Greene, or has Greene’s value not dropped that low yet?

  34. brad says:
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    offering arian foster for andre sound about right? bradshaw or mcfadden would take arian’s place, while AJ would knock Johnny Knox out of the starting lineup.

  35. stumanji says:
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    Just picked up Orton for Donald Brown. Pretty happy about it. That is all.

  36. Pepe Silvia says:
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    @dingbat: can’t hurt to try, but you might have better success this time next week. Packers play the Lions on Sunday so if Jackson’s ever gonna do anything, this is the week.

    @brad: not sure someone’s gonna go for that one. Foster’s been great so far but I think three games is a little premature to think he’s equal to maybe the #1 overall WR.

  37. hideousmutants says:
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    What’s everyone’s opinion of Jennings vs. Colston for the rest of the year? Considering a trade but seems like it might be a wash.

  38. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @hoju: I can see doing it, but I think Maclin is the best player.

    @The Vaporizers: Bad trade for sure.

    @hideousmutants: He should be ok, not huge numbers, but I think he’ll play well back at home. Schaub is a good upgrade of course.

    @TheEvilEmpire: I’d lean toward Carlson. He gets the Rams and has been seeing targets.

    @TheEvilEmpire: I’d drop Thomas and Dixon

  39. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @hideousmutants: Like Jennings

    @Dirtdog: Hernandez

    @Matt Leinart: I;d try Ben for JC straight up.

    @DSimms: It’s not horrible, especially if it fits your team.

    @danimal35: I think that fits your team and would be a good deal.

    @ELaw: Tough. I don’t think VJax will play this year. So I lean toward the vick side.

    @Fletch: I would, but who do you have to drop?

  40. MrHappyTime says:
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    Would you drop Mike Sims Walker for Austin Collie? I just don’t trust Sims Walker at all.

  41. Lis Franc says:
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    12 Team 0.5 PPR

    My question is whether I should trade with an owner who has a glut of RB (Mendenhall, Turner, Charles, Hillis, BJGE, Matthews) who is basically demanding Roddy White for any of them (I would probably go with Mendenhall).

    Currently have the following RB/WR starting/on bench

    RB: S. Jackson
    RB: Benson
    Flex: R. Brown
    WR: R. White
    WR: S. Smith (CAR)
    WR: Nicks

    BN: Brown (RB, IND), Bush (RB, OAK), Scott (RB, CIN), Murphy (WR, OAK), Royal (WR, DEN)

  42. MJD Took A Knee says:
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    Thanks Doc. Just want to double check. I should use #1 waiver tomorrow and drop Cadillac(or D.Brown) and grab Lynch? I don’t know if I should take the chance of Lynch still being available after waivers and then pick him up. Hopefully some trade news on Lynch shows up before tonight.

  43. Wilsonian says:
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    Ok, I have a logjam of studs…and last week I played the wrong hand and still ended up luckily with the win (benched Boldin in favor of Best)

    For one RB slot and one W/R Flex position, who do you play between these 5:

    McFadden, Hillis, Best, Boldin, Murphy?

  44. Karen says:
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    Alex Brown, Eric Barton or Woodley for p/u this week?

  45. Gambler says:
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    With Best’s turf toe, trading him to get Pierre Thomas is a no-brainer, right?

    Also, who has more immediate fantasy value, Lance Moore or Johnny Knox?

    And which of these big disappointments (J. Stew, Felix Jones, and Shonn Greene) has the best chance of bouncing back and worth trading b. jackson for?

  46. trick dad says:
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    @Doc – should I drop the 49ers D/ST for the Bears or Titans D/ST?

    Harrison or Hillis for the rest of the season? Or should I stash both and drop Bjax?

  47. sal says:
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    @Doc: Who is a better injury stash – Rashad Jennings or Scott? I dont have MJD or Benson…

  48. Commish Cauda says:
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    12-team, 0.5ppr, (QB, 2RB, 3WR, FLEX, TE)

    We can start QBs at FLEX, so it’s basically a 2QB league.

    I own Brady and Kolb. All starting QBs are gone, so I’ve been using Barber as my FLEX, (Jackson and McCoy are my top RBs).

    I’ve been offered Orton and Vick for Brady. What do you think?

  49. Nick says:
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    @Doc: I still haven’t made a move on my QB’s and I have Vick, McNabb & Big Ben. Who should I move and who should I go after. My RB’s are Greene, R. Brown, McCoy & Hightower with 3 starting (including Flex) so I’d like to grab another solid RB

    In a 10 team league I’m targeting a team without a solid QB…the owner of Favre has Benson, Best, Matthews…

    Flacco’s owner has D. Williams…and no other solid RB’s

    Any potential trades I should make…

  50. Calogero says:
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    I have an article idea for you – the complete lack of solid 2nd tier RB. Look at every RB that was taken from rounds 4-6. Most of them suck now. Here is a list of RB taken in my league from Round 4-6:

    J-Stew (value way down)
    Addai (slightly down)
    Best (slightly up)
    Felix Jones (way down)
    Arian Foster (waaaay up)
    R. Brown (slightly down)
    Jacobs (waay down)
    Forsett (slightly down)
    M. Bush (way down)
    Harrison (way down)
    Portis (slightly down)
    Spiller (way down)
    R. Williams (slightly down)

    That’s a lot of guys drafted to be RB2 or flex guys who are now either strictly flex/bye-week guys or worthless. There have been a few breakout guys who have reached RB2 level right now (DMc, Bradshaw, maybe Hillis, LT, T. Jones), but not nearly enough to make up for all this carnage.

    Consider on top of this that no one is picking up the slack for injuries and ineffectiveness to some higher picks like Mathews, Grant and Moreno and it’s looking bad for RB in general.

  51. Calogero says:
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    The reason I came to notice what I wrote in the above message is because I’m in the market for a solid RB. I realized how bad it was when I offered Welker straight-up for Justin Forsett and was rejected.

    Nearly every team has a WR in their flex spot right now and no one is selling what little they have in the way of dependable RB. I don’t know what to do to avoid having to play Shonn Greene or Felix Jones as my RB2 every week, I may have to resort to drastic measures.

  52. genghis chone says:
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    What do you think about Nicks/Harvin for Fitzgerald/Crabtree? PPR, point per 25 return yards. The return yardage element makes Harvin a bit more appealing than he otherwise would be.

  53. Buge Hoobs says:
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    10 team PPR
    My RBs are Gore, Best Charles, Spiller, Sproles

    Who do you pick up as a 6th RB —
    R Bush, BJGEllis, M Goodson, T Choice, S Morris, M Moore, J Kuhn?

    Can Reggie bounce back? Someone’s back-up? or a full back ??

  54. Fletch says:
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    @Doc: Who is a better pick up for this year Doc, Torain or Blount?

  55. Solon says:
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    Louis murphy,or hakeem nicks, austin collie. I can play 2/3. i was thinking of Murphy and Collie, because Murphys matchup

  56. Nick says:
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    Also, Clinton Portis, Michael Bush, TJ Housh are all on waivers and …do I drop Owen Daniels (I have Cooley) or Hightower for any of them…

  57. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @MrHappyTime: Garcon looks like he might miss the Jags game. I would want Collie for that game for sure. So i would, but I still like MSW.

    @Lis Franc: Ugh, I like the trade in a vacuum, but not with your team right now.

    @MJD Took A Knee: I’d probably drop Brown. Lynch is looking like the lead back anyway.

    @Wilsonian: McFadden and probably Hillis. Bodin gets the Steelers and Best is hurting.

  58. Wilsonian says:
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    @Doc: thanks man. That’s what I was thinking, but I’m a little leary of sitting Boldin after I sat him last week and it almost cost me the week.

  59. ken plane says:
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    Doc – What is your take on Santonio Holmes, WR3?

  60. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @Gambler: I can see doing the PT trade. Just hard to know how Best will do, but it’s not a no brainer.

    Knox and Greene.

    @trick dad: Depends on matchups, but I like Chicago. Hillis.

    @sal: Scott

    @Commish Cauda: I’d do it.

    @Nick: I’d try McNabb for Mathews first.

    @Calogero: True. Teams are going with committees or passing even more.

  61. Nick says:
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    @Doc: How about Vick for Benson? I’m planning on offering that tomorrow since all the other teams with bad QB’s don’t have good running backs…

    also drop O Daniels for C Portis on waivers? I’m 4 of 10

  62. emceeperiod says:
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    Bradford v SEA or Hasslebeck v STL this week?

  63. Wilsonian says:
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    Torain over McGahee?

    Jacoby over Moore?

  64. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @emceeperiod: I’m leaning Bradford since he’s home.

    @Nick: I would be ok with that. I’d drop Daniels for Portis.

    @ken plane: Yeah

  65. G.O.B. says:
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    10 team standard scoring league.

    I need to pick up a defense for this week. Should I just drop MIN or maybe drop one of my bench guys like Michael Bush, Demaryius Thomas, Felix Jones?

  66. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @Wilsonian: It looks like Rice may play so I’ll say Torain, but it’s close. I’m still with Jacoby, but Moore has a lot of upside.

    @G.O.B.: Who could you pick up?

  67. Nick says:
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    @Doc: I’m going back on that. I think Vick is worth more than Benson. Maybe Best…thats still a little undervalue compared to Vick.

    But really I’m going to offer McNabb for either RB.

  68. G.O.B. says:
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    @Doc:

    Seahawks, Titans, Bears, Colts, Falcons, Bengals are out there, plus the usual awful teams.

  69. Nick says:
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    or vick/hightower for best or benson and maclin…

  70. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @G.O.B.: I’d drop Minny.

    @Nick: Don’t get too greedy with Vick. Even if he is the 5th ranked QB, you still might have taken Benson ahead of him.

  71. Donruss says:
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    I have Schaub as my primary QB and Cutler as my back-up. Would it be wise to try and make a trade for either Jones-Drew or Ray Rice straight up if I can get it?

  72. Donruss says:
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    Trad Cutler I mean for either Jones-Drew or Ray Rice.

  73. Mike says:
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    Brandon jackson or Ryan Torain?

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