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Postby john » Thu Sep 19, 2002 12:08 pm

McNair, Steve QB
Green, Ahman RB
Barlow, Kevan RB
Moulds, Eric WR
Mason, Derrick WR
Becht, Anthony TE
Akers, David K
Rams DT

Fiedler, Jay QB
Taylor, Fred RB
Mealey, Rondell RB
Rice, Jerry WR
Johnson, Eric TE
Bills DT
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Postby cwebb » Thu Sep 19, 2002 12:38 pm

Start Taylor instead of Barlow. And get rid of Mealey after this weekend, except if he has a very good game but I doubt that. you might want to look at your waiver wire for some promisíng young WRs... they are quite easy to find compared to RBs or QBs
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Postby kashikis » Thu Sep 19, 2002 12:59 pm

i agrre that you should start taylor he is one of the best natural RBs in the game today so plug him in over barlow

as for the rest of your lineup i think you may want to look into what QBs are out there just because mcnairs hurt already so he may crack mid season and i think fiedler will slowly be less impressive once teams adjust to miamis offense so its just a suggestion

looking for a talented young WR as previously posted is another way to go but id keep my eye out for a decent QB like collins who may still be available
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