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Postby oakstreetboy » Tue Dec 11, 2012 12:21 pm

I'm into the 2nd round of the playoffs. I have RG3 and Romo on my roster. Dalton and Palmer are the two best waiver wire options out there. QB scoring is 4 pts for passing TDs, 6 pts for rushing TDs, 1 pt for every 25 yards passing. No negative points for INTs or Fumbles. So with RG3's status up in the air, which QB would you rather start assuming he's not playing.

Romo v PIT
Dalton @ PHI
Palmer v KC

Dalton plays Thursday night, so unless RG3 is ruled out before Thursday night's game, it may be hard to start Dalton. But for the sake of this question, lets assume RG3 is not going to play. Rank the three QBs above.

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Re: Tough QB Call *WHIR*

Postby TheShivaOwner » Tue Dec 11, 2012 12:51 pm

They're all really even, I think Palmer at home vs the Chiefs will have the best game of the three though. Followed by Dalton, then Romo. I don't see any of these options as being significantly worse than one another. Remember that Dez Bryant is injured, and lately he's been Romo's favorite receiver.
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Re: Tough QB Call *WHIR*

Postby rubiks » Tue Dec 11, 2012 1:04 pm

I think Palmer and Dalton have best matchups with Palmer the best of all. Romo has been hot of lately but PITT coming off bad loss so they are gonna be hungry.

Can't believe I am saying this but play Palmer if RG III doesn't start.

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