This week I’ve been tapped to fill in for Seth and write the “Start ’em and Sit ’em” column. Those that have read my Stats Machine posts will know that I think projections are for the birds. I am more of a “by the numbers” kind of guy. I rely on statistics to make my points and fantasy sports decisions. I believe that making “gut” decisions is the recipe for failure, but maybe that’s because I’m gutless. Or was it heartless. I forget.

By no means do I profess to be an expert in this realm, so with the help of some number crunching, I have targeted the players that have good match-ups and those that do not and present them to you as my start ’em, sit ’em’s of the week…

 

START ‘EM

Philip Rivers, ChargersThe Jaguars defense has allowed a league high average of 306 yards per game to opposing quarterbacks. Rivers average is 259 yards per game. Is it safe to assume he puts up at least 259 yards? I know what they say about assuming, but in this case I think it’s safe. Jacksonville, along with the Eagles, lead the league in passing touchdowns allowed with 8 in 3 games. That’s 2.6 touchdowns per game. Rivers is averaging 2 per game. And let’s not forget about the 39.7 points per game opponents are scoring against the Jags. Philip Rivers threw 3 touchdown passes and led his team to a 30-21 win over the Seahawks. This one has big fantasy day written all over it. Don’t you make an ass out of me King Philip or it will be off with your head! (Guesstimation: 20.95 points)

Colin Kaepernick, 49ersKaepernick finds himself with a favorable matchup against the Eagles who find themselves near the bottom of the league in passing yards and points allowed. Coming in with a 1-2 record the 49ers still have something to prove and in a division with the Seahawks and 3-0 Cardinals, they cannot afford to fall too far off the pace. Look for Colin and the San Fran offense to get the job done this week at home against Philadelphia in a high scoring contest. I’m colin this one a winner. I’m almost embarrassed to have written that last line. (Guesstimation: 18.7 points)

Nick Foles, EaglesThe Eagles are currently the second highest scoring team with 33.7 points per game. As I’ve already mentioned, with an over/under of 50.5, I expect the Niners-Eagles game to be a high scoring event. While the 49ers are middle of the pack with regards to passing yards allowed per game (226 ypg), Foles currently leads the league with 326 yards per game. So I’d say let’s shoot for somewhere in the middle. On the year San Francisco has given up 7 passing touchdowns and Foles has thrown 6, making 2 touchdowns seem like a realistic expectation. Ain’t no Foles gold here, just some real 18K shizz. (Guesstimation: 18.75 points)

Matt Forte, BearsForte leads all running backs with 19 receptions and 24 targets. In PPR leagues that’s gold. That’s gold Jerry! Gold! On the ground he is only averaging 45 yards per game, but Green Bay is giving up a near league high of 156 yards per game. That bodes well for Forte owners. While Matt has yet to find the end zone on the ground, the Packers have let up a league high 5 rushing touchdowns on the season. That too bodes well for Forte owners. Against the weak Packers defense look for Forte to show everyone why he is one of the best in the game. (Guesstimation: 22.9 points)

Ahmad Bradshaw, ColtsWhat is it they say, “One man’s misfortune is another man’s gain”? Trent Richardson has not looked good this season resulting in Bradshaw’s rise in Indianapolis. Despite being on the lesser end of splitting carries, he has still managed to average 50 yards on the ground per game. While he doesn’t have a rushing touchdown yet, he has 3 in the air, averaging 5 targets, 4 receptions and a touchdown per game. The tides are changing. Ahmad has quickly become more and more involved in the offense and if the brass in Indy knows what’s good for them, that trend will continue. The Tennessee defense is giving up 134 yards and 1.3 touchdowns per game. So even splitting time with Richardson, there should be plenty of offense for Bradshaw owners to benefit. And maybe he finally gets that rushing TD. (Guesstimation: 20.6 points)

Julian Edelman, PatriotsEdelman has become Brady’s go to receiver averaging 9 targets per game and catching just over 7 of them. With twice as many receptions as the next Patriots pass catcher, look for Brady to continue throwing his way against a Chiefs defense that has allowed 223 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns per game. Edelman has proven himself a must-start and until he shows otherwise, he will remain a must-start. Edelmania is running wild! (Guesstimation: 21.3 points)

Kelvin Benjamin, PanthersKelvin Benjamin is a beast. He has 2 touchdowns so far, both coming on deep passes, and is averaging 84 yards receiving per game. In PPR leagues he has two games of over 20 points. While the Ravens have only given up 2 receiving touchdowns so far, they are giving up 264 yards in the air per game and they have allowed a league high of 20.7 yards per pass attempt on deep throws. Kelvin is a deep threat guy and Baltimore is the perfect team for him to line up against. It’s all about the Benjamins! (Guesstimation: 15.9 points)

Michael Crabtree, 49ersThe Eagles are surrendering 288 yards a game to opposing wideouts. Last year they gave up the most fantasy points to wide receivers and so far this year they have given up the third most. Despite a bad week 1, Crabtree is currently averaging 6.3 catches and 62 yards per game. In a game I’ve already said I expect to be high scoring, he seems like someone I’d like to have in my lineup. This Crabtree will be in full bloom. (Guesstimation: 15.3 points)

Keenan Allen, ChargersJacksonville has allowed the most receiving yards of any team this season at 1000 yards even. Allen is off to a slow start thanks to a groin injury and tough defensive opponents. What better way to break out than against the worst defense in the NFL. The Jaguars have had 8 receiving touchdowns scored on them. Could Keenan Allen find pay dirt and break the schnide? I think so and therefore I’m keen on Keenan this week. (Guesstimation: 15 points)

DeAndre Hopkins, TexansBuffalo has allowed 282 yards and 1.6 touchdowns per game to opposing receivers. Coming of a 116-yard game against the Giants, DeAndre has the chance to have another nice game. With 3 consecutive double digit fantasy weeks in PPR formats, the numbers indicate a strong possibility for a 4th. (Guesstimation: 14.3 points)

Markus Wheaton, SteelersDid you watch Tampa’s game last week? Their defense looked horrible. This spells good things for anyone on Pittsburg’s offense. The only question is whether they will rely more on Le’Veon Bell and the running game. Tampa is giving up 387 yards per game (262 in the air and 125 on the ground). That sounds like plenty of yards to go around. Better eat your Wheatons! (Guesstimation: 12 points)

Delanie Walker, TitansDelanie has walked his way into the top tier of tight ends after the first 3 games of the season. On a team that many expected Kendall Wright and Justin Hunter to be the stars, Walker leads the team in targets (26), receptions (17), yards (233) and touchdowns (2). The Colts are the 5th worst defense against tight ends allowing 4.3 catches, 68 yards and a touchdown per game. As long as Locker is a go, I’d rank Walker Tennessee Titan a near must-start. (Guesstimation: 17.2 points)

Antonio Gates, ChargersIn case you haven’t caught onto the theme, I am going all in on the Chargers this week. Let’s face it, the Jaguars suck. And on top of sucking they are the worst team against tight ends. Or best team if you are a tight end. I’m not even going to present you with the numbers on this one. Start Gates. Game over. (Guesstimation: 21.45 points)

Larry Donnell, GiantsI am thinking he is good for 3 touchdowns this week and they will all come in the first half. (Guesstimation: 30.4 points)

 

SIT ‘EM

Alex Smith, ChiefsWith an 81.5 passer rating, Smith is ranked 25 amongst fellow quarterbacks. He’s already been sacked 11 times, second only to Jacksonville’s Chad Henne (16) and I wouldn’t expect him to have much time this week against New England. The Patriots defense has been downright stingy against quarterbacks allowing the fewest fantasy points and passing yards per game at 168 yards. (Guesstimation: 11.05 points)

Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins
I’m not sure how many of you actually planned to start Tannehill, but I am here to tell those few that were, not to. Oakland has the 3rd best pass defense in the league allowing only 183 yards per game. Opposing quarterbacks have not had great days against the Raiders so far this season. Although they have only faced Geno Smith, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tom Brady. But I’d put Tannehill right there with those guys. (Guesstimation: 12.8 points)

Cam Newton, Panthers: Cam goes up against a Ravens defense that is not far behind the Patriots for its ability to keep the quarterback’s fantasy points to a minimum so far this season. Through 2 games Newton has only rushed 6 times for 26 yards. It appears his rib injuries and surgically repaired ankles are keeping Carolina from allowing him to run. After a practice on Wednesday, Cam said he felt great, but didn’t deny the aches and pains of his injuries. (Guesstimation: 14.7)

Reggie Bush, LionsBush runs into the New York Jets and the number one run defense. The Jets are a running back’s worst nightmare allowing only 55 yards per game and haven’t let up a rushing touchdown yet. With Joique Bell in the mix who knows what kind of production Reggie has in him. Either way I am letting him pick splinters out of his ass this week. (Guesstimation: 10 points)

LeSean McCoy, Eagles: Now we all know that no one is actually going to bench LeSean McCoy. Heck even though I am recommending it, I don’t know if I would either, but that depends on my other options. This is mostly me waving the caution flag. The 49’ers defense is tough against the run and has only allowed 1 rushing touchdown this season to DeMarco Murray in week 1. While McCoy says he’s not concerned about his slow start, if I drafted him in the first round, I’d be concerned and annoyed. (Guesstimation: 13.3)

James Jones, RaidersJones has been a popular waiver wire pickup recently emerging as the go to receiver in Oakland. This week he goes up against the Dolphins tough secondary which is ranked 7th in the NFL and has given up only 1 touchdown to wide receivers. I’ll take my chances with someone else this week. (Guesstimation: 8 points)

Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton, ColtsI’m lumping these guys together as they are both going up against a good defense in Tennessee which has surrendered just 1 touchdown to a receiver (Dez Bryant). The Titans are second in receiving yards permitted with 187 per game. (Guesstimation: 9 points each)

Eric Decker, JetsA limited participant in practice this week with a nagging hamstring injury Decker goes up against the number 1 ranked defense with regards to total yards given up. I’ll wait until he is 100% and not playing the Lions. (Guesstimation: 9.25 points)

Travis Kelce, ChiefsI don’t like the matchup against the Patriots who have yet to let a tight end score a touchdown. Next! (Guesstimation: 9 points)

Owen Daniels, RavensNow that Pitta is done for the season Daniels will be the primary tight end in Baltimore. After scoring 2 touchdowns in week 2, he all but disappeared in week 3 ending with 1 catch for 8 yards against a Cleveland defense which has not been very tough against receivers or tight ends. And this week he’ll face a much stiffer opponent in Carolina that has yet to allow a touchdown to a tight end. (Guesstimation: 10.6 points)

Guesstimations are based on 1 point PPR leagues.

Good luck…

  1. Curt says:
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    I have Julius Thomas on a bye and my back up is Ladarius Green, who I heard is a game time decision, I can pick up either Scott Chandler or Jace Amaro, which one you like better?

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Curt: Chandler

  2. Crazy old guy babbling in the corner says:
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    Start Ahmad over Asiata? I like Ahmad as the better RB, and agree 100% with what you say above… But Asiata gets most the Vikings carries, they face a weaker defense this week, and a new QB might increase reliance on Asiata…

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Crazy old guy babbling in the corner: Bradshaw by a little bit. The last two weeks Asiata got just about all of the carries in Minnesota. And all of the carries was 13 in week 2 and 12 in week 3. Bradshaw had 13 carries in week 2 and 9 in week 1. So you are almost looking at the same workload unless the Vikings are going to change up the game plan. Atlanta was run on pretty easily in weeks 1 and 2, but I expect that offense to put up some points which means Minnesota will have to try and keep pace. The rookie QB situation could also be a bad thing.

      • Crazy old guy babbling in the corner says:
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        @malamoney: and guessing Ahmad is a definite start over Arian Foster or Dougy Martin this week til we know their statuses and considering the teams they’re playing?

        • malamoney

          malamoney says:
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          @Crazy old guy babbling in the corner: I’m definitely going Bradshaw over Martin. If Foster was healthy I’d start him over Bradshaw, but Foster is a game time decision. Does that mean they are not sure if he can go or they want keep Buffalo guessing. Don’t know. If I had to make the decision right now, I’d go Bradshaw, but I would keep a close eye on the news and make a game time decision myself…

          • Crazy old guy babbling in the corner says:
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            @malamoney: so if Foster starts on Sunday, you’d start him over Ahmad? Was a little leery with it being his first game back and Buffalos run defense is no slouch?

            Cool, Thanks!

            • malamoney

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              @Crazy old guy babbling in the corner: if Foster starts you have to consider starting him. I realize that’s a rather vague answer but there’s a difference between him starting and suiting up. If he plays and shares the load with Blue, that still might be enough to take the chance because Bradshaw does share time with Richardson. If Foster was 100% he’s to no brainer start.

  3. John Rambo Jr says:
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    Week 4 and beyond…

    Vincent Jackson or Corrdarell Patterson. No AP and a rookie QB vs Glennon for the foreseeable future?

    Frank Gore or Joique Bell. Carlos Hyde nipping at his heels vs Reggie Bush handcuff going against Jets tough run D?

    Thanks,

    JRJ

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @John Rambo Jr: Despite wanting to say Jackson, I am leaning towards Cordarelle this week and beyond.

      Frank Gore. Hyde can continue nipping, but for now the starting job still belongs to Gore. In the meantime the timeshare is much more prevalent in Detroit. And I don’t like either Lions running back this week against the Jets.

      • John Rambo Jr says:
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        @malamoney:

        Thanks boss.
        I feel your sentiment towards the Lions RBBC especially this week

        • malamoney

          malamoney says:
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          @John Rambo Jr: Anytime. Good luck…

  4. Mordacious Levator says:
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    i don’t understand it when you say you are both for the numbers and that projections are “for the birds”, as these are one and the same thing; using past performance (in number form) to anticipate what is yet to come is the very definition of projecting.

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Mordacious Levator: Touche. Reasonable point. I was referring mostly to projecting fantasy points. Even though I have provided “guesstimations”, I think doing so is a fools task. And since I fancy myself a fool… Actually the guesstimations were a bit of an experiment. But I do agree that using past performance as an indicator of future performance is the way to. Sorry for any confusion there…

      • Mordacious Levator says:
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        @malamoney: it seemed accidental conflation

  5. Steve says:
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    Dolphins , lions, or jets this week for DST
    Thx

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Steve: Lions, Dolphins then Jets… I have Cincy on bye and just picked up the Lions.

  6. Ron says:
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    .5PPR – which side you like in each of these trades?

    1) Megatron and Cruz or Demaryius and Jordy
    2) Megatron and Crabtree or Demaryius and Jordy

    Thanks.

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Ron: Demaryius and Jordy in both trades. You are looking at 2 top 10 guys as opposed to 1 top 10 guy and another good receiver. Short of bye weeks, you are starting Demaryius and Jordy every week…

  7. Frank White says:
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    Wutup Malamoney… I got Cam and Palmer.. I just picked up Bortles instead of starting Cam this week. Are you liking Bortles for Sunday vs SD??

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Frank White: What up Frank! Despite advising you to sit Newton, I’d still start him over Bortles. This is his first ever road start and I think they are going to take a beating. There’s a reason you’ll notice that the Chargers DST was one of the biggest waiver adds this week and is widely ranked as the top DST this week…

      • Frank White says:
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        Thanks Brotha!!

  8. Velocity_X says:
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    In a PPR I need to drop one WR and start two out of: Hunter, Douglas, and Royal. I could also consider picking up Stevie Johnson.

    • malamoney

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      @Velocity_X: I rank them Hunter, Royal, Douglas, Johnson. If Roddy White was out I’d rank Douglas higher, but White is probable and expected to play. And Royal is part of the “going against the Jaguars” theme.

  9. Sean B says:
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    That Larry Donnell pick money!

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Sean B: malamoney!

  10. Bryan says:
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    Cutler or Kaep? On paper it’s a good matchup for Kaep but they are going to run the ball to keep Philly off the field.

    Cutler may not have Marshall.

    What would you recommend?

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Bryan: Kaepernick. But if I had to go Cutler I wouldn’t be devastated. Philly has given up 246 more passing yards in the first 3 games than Green Bay. And 5 more touchdowns…

  11. Gus says:
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    So its the age old question.
    Bradshaw or L.Miller non PPR
    A.Morris already went for me this week

    Thanks for the advice

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Gus: Miller

  12. Bobby says:
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    You say sit Kelce, who I think will have his coming out party on national TV Monday Night….
    But, if you think he’s worth sitting, do you think Eddie Royal or Blount is more startable?

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Bobby: I’d likely start Royal. I just don’t see Kelce having his coming out party against the Patriots.

  13. Tom says:
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    Deep league where I’m shallow at RB. Trade Jordan Cameron for Mark Ingram? Who has more value?

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Tom: Jordan Cameron

  14. Principal Blackman says:
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    Are you still bullish on Delanie Walker even though he’s listed as questionable and might have Charlie Whitehurst throwing the ball to him? I need to decide between him and James Jones for my flex spot in a .5 ppr league where my bench is being clogged up by casualties like AP, Ryan Mathews and bye week victims like Stacy and Sanders. I also have Dwayne Bowe on my bench, who I could drop for either Allen Hurns, Asiata, Blount, or McFadden. Who would you start? Would you drop Bowe for one of those FAs?

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @Principal Blackman: I would drop Bowe for Asiata for sure and I’d probably start him over Walker. I think Walker will play. My concern is with Locker not playing. He Locker is out, then I don’t know what we will get from Walker. However I would still be starting Walker in my TE spot, but not a flex where I can start a guy like Asiata. As an AP owner, you should have Asiata already…

      • Principal Blackman says:
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        @malamoney: Yeah, I have Witten as my starting TE, and ordinarily, I would be starting Walker, but the qb situation has me very hesitant. Thanks for the advice.

      • Principal Blackman says:
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        @malamoney: Would you be starting Walker over Witten? Jason has been turrrrrrrible.

        • malamoney

          malamoney says:
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          @Principal Blackman: Yes I would. As you said, Witten has been flat out Charles Barkley turrible…

  15. psssht says:
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    i need to pickup a kicker. who do i drop?? Gerhart. terrence williams, colston, or one of my handcuffs of blount or rainey.. i own le’veon and doug, and if they go down (or suck like doug) id be up a creek. i really want to see toby with bortles at the helm before i drop him, and still believe terrence could breakout….. such a tough decision.

    i asked jay he reccomended blount. i agree it should be one of the handcuffs, but i’m kind of feeling dropping rainey. I know razzball is kind of big on rainey (and down on doug) but tampa bay is terrible as a whole, and im still a believer in doug.

    that said, which kicker would you choose?
    phil dawson
    mason crosby
    robbie gould
    or nick folk

    for what it’s worth my opponent is starting DET d/st so if i went folk i’d be doubling down (getting points for a fg, taking away from his d/st)

    • malamoney

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      @psssht: Folk. He is 7 for 7 on field goal attempts including 4 over 40 yards and 1 over 50 yards. And like you said, the added bonus of putting up points on your opponent’s DST makes this an easy pick…

    • malamoney

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      @psssht: And I agree on Blount being the drop…

  16. ryan morris says:
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    Benjamin, c.patterson or k Robinson in my flex this week?

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @ryan morris: Benjamin

  17. landon says:
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    C. Patterson, k Robinson, k Benjamin…pick 2

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @landon: Patterson and Benjamin

  18. Kevin says:
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    Need to fill a RB and flex spot, PPR

    DeAngelo Williams, Vereen, Sproles, Allen Robinson.

    I’m thinking Williams and call me crazy, Robinson. I feel like there’s big upside with them having to throw alot.

    Let me know who you think, thanks

    • malamoney

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      @Kevin: Crazy. I rank them Vereen, Sproles, Robinson then Williams.

  19. swat290 says:
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    Thank you for the article sir.

    Wr question: start 2
    R.Cobb
    D.Hopkins
    K.Allen

    Thank you!

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @swat290: Cobb and Allen.

  20. JB Smoove says:
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    Good article, I like to hear predictions not just recaps of prior weeks. Obviously, we know to take guesstimates for what they are.

    so in a full ppr league i have:

    crabtree, marshall, steve smith sr, corderrelle patterson.

    This is a two wr league with a flex. Who are the 3 starters? I think I will leave smith in as he will have a big game or get thrown out. Not sure if there is an in between with him. Meaning patterson sits, don’t you agree?

  21. JB Smoove says:
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    kaepernick or cutler?

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @JB Smoove: Answered above. But I will repeat. Kaepernick. But if I had to go Cutler I wouldn’t be devastated. Philly has given up 246 more passing yards in the first 3 games than Green Bay. And 5 more touchdowns…

  22. J-FOH says:
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    Good stuff as usual, but I’m gambling on Jones this week. The Dolphins haven’t faced a real quarterback yet and Carr might be the best arm so far. Sorry Brady fans, his arm is jello toast. Both Watkins and Edelman killed them and I’m rolling the dice on the Jones in the land of yorkshire pudding and pints. I also like that the Raiders went over there really early to get used to the time change.

    I just traded McCoy in the writers league, I think in year two of Chip and bringing in Matthews, Sproles and a healthy Maclin means too many mouths to feed. Why didn’t any of us think about that on draft day? FMFFL

    • malamoney

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      @J-FOH: You said it. Jones is a gamble, but I can appreciate your reasoning. I steered clear of him, Charles and Peterson on draft day. The guys I wanted were Forte and Bernard Pierce and I got them in both leagues (auctions). What did you get for McCoy?

      • J-FOH says:
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        @malamoney: I traded him and Golden tate for dennell, montee ball and edelman. I had just lot rudolph.

        All of fantasy is a gamble when it comes to WR3 and beyond. Garcon, a WR2 laid a turd all over me Thursday, when he was a no brainer.This is why I will always be a baseball guy first.

        I never liked Pierce, never have. I liked Murray this year even though I think he is in the wrong system

        • malamoney

          malamoney says:
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          @J-FOH: Love that trade for you. I am a baseball guy first as well. I like Pierce in PPR. Let’s see if Murray makes it 4 for 4 with fumbles.

          • J-FOH says:
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            @malamoney: nobody’s perfect

  23. james a says:
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    Allen or Witten at tightend??

    • malamoney

      malamoney says:
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      @james a: Witten

  24. landon says:
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    Really in a bind with the bye weeks….Ridley, Robinson,sproles and Jackson at rb…pick 2

  25. Drew says:
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    Whats up,
    I picked up Eddie Royal off the waivers only bc SD is gonna kill it against Jac. Good move to start him? Also, I know you said to start Gates this week and I will, but I also picked up Travis Kelce just in case. Think I should sit Asiata, who’s my flex, and start Kelce? Was thinking of picking up Matthews from the Eagles and throwing him in the flex. Your thoughts?

    Thanks.

    • malamoney

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      @Drew: I’m sitting Kelce this week. Patriots are touch against tight ends. I’m starting Asiata over Kelce. I like Royal (and some other Chargers) this week. I’d start him depending on your other options.

      • Drew says:
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        @malamoney:
        Only other wide out option I have is Reggie Wayne and he’s not gonna start against Tenn. I agree with you on that. Alshon Jeffery is my other starting wide. Last question. My Seahawks D/ST are on the bye this week so I snagged the Lions D/ST and the bears are my backup. Think I should do the Lions over the Bears D/ST?

        Thanks.

        • Drew says:
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          @Drew:
          The Falcons D/ST are on my waivers I see, thinking about dropping one and picking them up.

        • malamoney

          malamoney says:
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          @Drew: Lions. I picked them up this week too since I have Cincy on a bye.

          • Drew says:
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            @malamoney:
            Ok cool. Thanks dude. Good luck this week.

  26. Antonio Brown's Sensei says:
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    Kelce or Ebron at TE

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