Tbones wrote:Hey Plindsey, one more thing, I played San Diego last week, got me 10 points, should I hold on to them?? They seem to be the sleeper team this year.
They are a sleeper D, and a decent play this week... I guess it depends on how confident you are about being able to play the wire from here on out... If you have been having no trouble picking up good matchups off your wire, and if one of the top D's is available this week, I might consider switching them out, however if your league is pretty active on the defense wire, and it gets picked over pretty well week-to-week, or if you are considering dropping them for someone like the Giants or Broncos, then I might just stay put... It really depends on your situation....
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Thanks a bunch. I look for this post every week. I picked up Arizona last week and already had Philly on my team. Although your numbers are pointing towards Arizona over Philly, I think I will have to start Philly instead. That Baltimore team without Lewis, Heap, and now Ogden should be horrible. As your numbers don't take injury or suspension into account (although Heap has been out long enough to affect them), do you agree with this thought process?
I've already started sweating out whether to go with the Jets (home v. Miami) or Seattle (home v. Carolina).
Miami erupted this weekend, but a lot of that can probably be attributed to the St. Louis defense.
Carolina will probably be without SDavis again, but Seattle's D is beginning to be decimated by injuries. Still, the 'Hawks are always stronger at home and should be fightin' mad after Sunday's egg-laying in the desert.
Still, guess I'm leaning toward the Jets. Always nice to have a Monday Night presence in a close matchup.
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