Ok, I have Boston, Quadry Ismail, Conway, Toomer, and Keyshawn Johnson. I don't know which 3 recievers will have the better games.
Conway is going against a bad Arizona team.
Toomer is playing seattle who has a poor run defense. He might benefit from seattle overplaying the run.
Boston is going against a tough San Diego D which really hasn't given up a TD, but I assume that he will be their only offensive production. Should he pick up good numbers like in week 1 when they didn't run the ball well?
Keyshawn plays the rams. And Ismail plays Houston.
Start Boston, Toomer and Keyshawn. Those are your studs. Keyshawn is due as well as Boston. Toomer will get you the steady numbers all year.
I wouldnt even think of Ismail and Conway. You have 3 of the better WR's in the league in Boston, Toomer and Keyshawn.
This Week, the Bucs will give Keyshawn the dam ball.
Thank you SolarfluX. Keyshawn has burned me two weeks in a row, and I am now benching him for Conway. The allure of a good reciver against a terrible D is too much. Also the Chargers have a good D which should give their offense the ball often, and with good field position I might add.
No,No don't be too hasty,consider giving Keyshawn another week.The Rams need to make a point to the league Mon. nite & could score big.This means Tampa could be throwing a lot.Aeneas Williams is a favorite of mine,but Keyshawn's is the kind of star that shines brighter on Primetime in front of the world.Something to think about.
Boston and Toomer are certanties...I'd start Conway over Keyshawn. Although Key is due, as stated earlier, Conway is one of the most consistent recievers in the league (fantasy speaking) and has been for a couple years. Nobody gives him credit, but he's got 3 TD's in two weeks to go along with about 200 yards recieving. And he's playing Arizona this week. I'd say Conway's good for 80-100 yards and one score at least. The running of LaDanian Tomlinson will open up the Chargers passing game, and Conway is the Chargers only real threat downfield. I like Boston, Toomer and Conway.