Floyd is available on my WW but my WR's are Fitz, Marshall, Collie and D. Thomas, who do I drop? I'm thinking Collie. I don't want to let go of Thomas because of his potential and this is a keeper league. Also, due to our roster limitations, I cannot carry more than 4 wr's so I can't just drop my backup d for him.
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?
Thoughts on dropping Jacobs for Bowe and going one RB short for now?
Addai, Joseph @ DEN
Brown, Donald @ DEN
Charles, Jamaal vs SF
Greene, Shonn @ MIA
Harrison, Jerome @ BAL
Hightower, Tim vs OAK
Rice, Ray vs CLE
Smith, Kevin @ MIN
Bowe, Dwayne sv SF
Edwards, Braylon @ MIA
Fitzgerald, Larry vs OAK
Floyd, Malcom @ SEA
Garcon, Pierre @ DEN
Lloyd, Brandon vs IND
Naanee, Legedu @ SEA
Smith, Steve vs TEN
Davis, Vernon @ KC
Keller, Dustin @ MIA
A short reasoing why would be nice
Last edited by clowntable; 09-23-2010 at 07:02 PM.
now here's the question... currently my lineup is as follows:
rb: ray rice (cle)
rb: mendenhall (@tb)
flex: jahvid best (@min)
would i be crazy to start tolbert over rice considering rice will likely have a td or two vultured away? fwiw espn projections show rice at 11 pts and tolbert at 12.
Am I crazy to suggest Tolbert over Mendenhall here? I've definitely seen Mendenhall as the highest projected of this group in several places fwiw and I'm certain he'll get his touches but this should be a very low scoring game.
i think mendy is prime for a good game against tb. steelers will def move the ball on the ground first, and i dont think tb will be able to stop him. although the same can certainly be said for rice against the browns. its an interesting spot.
Look for the WR's of GB to get more play in this game than the RB.... but really thats a given.
on the other hand...
PITT D is off the hook.
Its between those two IMO.
oops, forgot it's only one... bench williams.
for those of you who aren't aware, JOSH FREEMAN HAS A BROKEN RIGHT THUMBTIP. yes, that's his throwing hand. I watched them play. as long as he has time to set up and throw, he's fine. ANY OTHER TIME, HE DOESN'T HAVE COMPLETE CONTROL, i.e., if it's raining, or he's rolling out eluding the rush, etc., in other words, most of the time vs pit. whether the ball goes where he wants is a coinflip.
sorry for the caps but everyone seems to be ignoring this. I watched their home opener, the ball doesn't go where he wants all the time. also, he's gonna be pretty good.