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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#61

Posted: October 26, 2010, 11:02 AM Post
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I'd go Williams and Witten. With Lynch in SEA now I don't really think Forsett has as much value. Witten could be a great check down for Kitna.

But FWIW I also told you not to go with Britt last week.


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#62

Posted: October 27, 2010, 3:53 AM Post
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Still bouncing WR ideas around. What about Bradshaw and S. Holmes for Andre Johnson. Not sure if the guy would go for it but his RBs are thin and weak and he has a bunch of #2 WRs so he could just play the hot hand.

But then, I feel like I could do the same with my lineup. Do I really need to tinker?


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#63

Posted: October 27, 2010, 4:59 AM Post
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What WRs do you have altogether? If it's just the bye week that's hurting you, I wouldn't tinker too much. Then you end up with too many receiver options once the bye weeks are finished and might regret losing Bradshaw down the stretch. I honestly don't think Holmes adds to the value of your trade since he hasn't done anything yet. If he wouldn't do Bradshaw for Johnson straight-up, I doubt he would if you add Holmes. Unless you have a trade deadline, wait until Holmes actually does something before offering him up.

Will you have this left guard to be the 224th pick?

~ReverendBrewmeister


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#64

Posted: October 27, 2010, 6:19 AM Post
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My WR's are:

Roddy White
Wes Welker
Santonio Holmes
Mike Williams (SEA)
Jacoby Jones

We have to start two. We get 6pts per TD, 1 pt for every 10 receiving yards, 2 pts for every reception over 40 yds, and 0.5 pt for every reception. So it's a weak PPR league, but a PPR league nonetheless.


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#65

Posted: October 27, 2010, 7:59 AM Post
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White and Johnson would make you stacked, but I think you can hold out for Welker or Holmes to pick it up before giving out a back like Bradshaw. Just my take. Take it for what's it worth, though, as I rarely do any midseason trading and am generally against it.

Will you have this left guard to be the 224th pick?

~ReverendBrewmeister


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#66

Posted: October 28, 2010, 8:07 AM Post
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Okay, I've got one. Standard league, 2 RB's, no flex, I have Torain, Charles, and Lynch. All have great matchups and I can start 2. Who to go with?


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#67

Posted: October 28, 2010, 8:14 AM Post
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Torain and Charles. I think Forsett will slowly take away carries from Lynch.

Will you have this left guard to be the 224th pick?

~ReverendBrewmeister


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#68

Posted: October 28, 2010, 9:54 AM Post
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That's the direction I was leaning. Charles losing so many carries to T. Jones drives me nuts, but I can't blame the Chiefs, it works for them. I haven't benched Charles except for his bye, he's just too talented, I'm worried the week that I bench him will be the week he blows up for 30.


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#69

Posted: October 28, 2010, 12:09 PM Post
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For WR, 3 of Austin, Wallace, Lloyd, Colston

At RB, I'm starting Foster and 1 of Jones-Drew, Torain, Tomlinson


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#70

Posted: October 28, 2010, 1:57 PM Post
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I hate to say it for your WR because I have to play this guy, but keep Lloyd out. Austin and Wallace are must-starts, and I have a feeling that Brees will go back to his comfort zone to pull them out of this slump, so I expect Colston to have a big game. For the RB, I'll say Torain, (but what I really mean is Tomlinson...but don't want to jinx it...shhh)

Will you have this left guard to be the 224th pick?

~ReverendBrewmeister


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#71

Posted: October 29, 2010, 11:18 AM Post
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How does everyone feel about Anthony Gonzalez? The Colts passing game is hurting for receivers with Clark and Collie both out, but Gonzalez hasn't played since week 1. But they're playing the Texans who are horrible against the pass and who Peyton consistently dominates. Should I give him a shot or wait a week?

Will you have this left guard to be the 224th pick?

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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#72

Posted: October 29, 2010, 4:54 PM Post
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Gonzalez is a long shot. Who are you other potential options? You might be better off with a guy like Patrick Crayton or David Gettis if you are digging that deep.


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#73

Posted: October 30, 2010, 3:01 AM Post
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I've got plenty of other options...just trying to get a feel for where others see Gonzalez at this point. I've got Lloyd, Ochocinco, and Britt starting...just not feeling especially confident that Britt will be as productive. I know I'm over-thinking.

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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#74

Posted: October 30, 2010, 4:30 AM Post
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Gonzalez's biggest upside is he's on a powerful offense. He's kind of like Robert Meachem for the Saints. If he's healthy and able to play he might score you 10 points, but he's just as likely to give you a goose egg. Gonzalez is the type of guy you pick up in about week 9 or 10 once your kicker and tight end have had their bye.


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#75

Posted: October 30, 2010, 3:27 PM Post
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I can only start one of these 2 WR in our PPR and TD distance scoring + Yardage league. I've already got great points from Roddy White and Hakeem Nicks on a carryover so I have to choose one more receiver.

Should I go with Miles Austin against the Jaguars sieve defense? Or Kenny Britt, coming of a huge game and playing against Quentin "Can't Really Stop Anybody Except at the Line" Jammer of the Chargers?


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#76

Posted: October 30, 2010, 4:17 PM Post
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That's tough. If Romo was playing, I would say Austin without a doubt...but with Kitna in there, there's no telling who he'll get comfortable with right away. I would actually say Britt in this case. With your other points you already have, it sounds like you can take a bit of a risk.

Will you have this left guard to be the 224th pick?

~ReverendBrewmeister


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#77

Posted: November 05, 2010, 8:46 AM Post
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Zack Miller is officially doubtful. My other options are Heath Miller or Benjamin Watson. I call it a horse a piece. Both pretty crappy.

I'm leaning Miller.


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#78

Posted: November 05, 2010, 9:17 AM Post
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Yup, go with Miller.

Will you have this left guard to be the 224th pick?

~ReverendBrewmeister


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#79

Posted: November 09, 2010, 5:00 AM Post
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Pick two: Gore, Hillis, Charles. I'm leaning Gore and then Charles over Hillis due to matchups (DEN vs. NYJ). Hillis won't replicate what he did last week anytime soon IMO.


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  2010 Fantasy Advice Thread
#80

Posted: November 12, 2010, 8:52 AM Post
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Everytime I see Peyton Hillis just put up huge numbers and continue to be a fantasy stud, I am just amazed. He looks like a John Kuhn clone to me.


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