Lastly, pick one to bench from the following, 1 PPR:
LDT @ Miami BJax @ Chicago (#1 rush defense in YPC so far)
Bradshaw vs TEN (Hayes coming back, run def may improve) Mike Williams TB vs Pitt
I mean, it seems natural to just start the RBs, but they don't have great match ups, and Mike Williams has outscored all of them.
Look for the WR's of GB to get more play in this game than the RB.... but really thats a given.
Id go for Forsett because he's going to get the guarunteed touches.
holding Bush is a risky move now, if somebody else happens to get injured you may get into trouble come bye weeks.
Here is my thinking... I have 1 beast back (AP), 1 good back (Brown againt the right matchup), 1 decent back (Addai), and 1 meh (Cadillac)... Adding Forsett to the lineup gives me another meh. Sitting on Bush is risky, but when he gets back I think that he adds to the Good section...
Basically it comes down to the 'Will Forsett add anything to my team that a sitting Reggie Bush won't.' Will I ever start Forsett?
No PPR. 1 point per 10 yards rushing/receiving, 6 points per TD.
Pick 1 WR and 1 Flex:
Fred Taylor v. Buf
Nate Washington @ NYG
Jonathan Stewart v. Cin
Steve Smith (NYG) v. Ten Mike Thomas v. Philly
Think Taylor is pretty clear here even though the Pats are inconsistent because no more Maroney and Faulk is out and also lol Bills. I go with Thomas b/c Ten has a pretty good D and the Giants have a few other options for Eli, and I can't trust VY on the road.
What's your thoughts on Foster over McFadden? Dallas has a pretty stout run D
i will admit that was a close choice for me, and maybe mcfadden is a better choice. but i think houston will try to incorporate foster into the passing game if dallas over commits to covering aj and walter down the field. but i just checked espn's projections and they project a 20 point game for dmc. and arizona just got lit up by a back up rb, so i guess go mcfadden.
Pick 1 WR and 1 Flex, .5ppr. I'm already starting Miles Austin.
Demayrius Thomas vs Indy
Dez Bryant @ Hou CrabShiit @KC
Terrell Owens (Put waiver claim on him and should get him) @Car
mike Tolbert @sea
beanie wells vs oak.
I'm thinking Tolbert as my flex because it seems like Williams isn't gonna play but I'll wait and see.
For my WR I've seen alot of sites rank TO top 20 this week, but I also have Bryant against Hou's bad secondary (although I'm already starting austin).
I've been calling him Craptree, but yours is actually funnier because it turns the obvious derogatory name on its head.
As to your actual question, I would go with Dez Bryant and Terrell Owens. My likely meaningless narrative explanation for this is that they get a bunch of targets, Houston does not seem to be familiar with stopping the forward pass, and Carolina absolutely blows.
I think tolbert's the better option.. ATL is in a great position with there offensive scheme right now and I think they are all about using Snelling/Turner equally while Tolbert could try to dominate when he gets in the game while Matthews as a rookie could just **** the bed.
don't cut wells
Last edited by Royle Bluntson; 09-23-2010 at 12:54 PM.
Non-PPR league, need 1 WR, 1 Flex from this crew...
BJax @ CHI
Harrison @ BAL (prob not starting and dumping if another poor week)
Cadillac vs. PIT
Lynch @ NE (picked him up speculatively in case of a trade soon)
Demaryius Thomas vs. IND
Harvin vs. DET
TO @ CAR