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Which WR should I start? Troy Brown, E Kennison or Patrick

Postby emiester99 » Fri Sep 27, 2002 11:38 am

I am going to start C Chambers and Darrell Jackson the weekend,

but I'm having trouble filling in the last spot.

Kennison plays Miami
Troy Brown is hurt playing SD
Patrick Johnson is health playing the Jets

Alll three are averaging about the same # of points per game.

What do you think??
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Postby JayM09 » Fri Sep 27, 2002 11:47 am

go in this order, brown if healthy, johnson, kennison
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Bench Brown

Postby DraftDodger » Fri Sep 27, 2002 1:00 pm

As a Pats fan I'm usually in favor of playing Brown, but not this week. It's all ready been said that he probably won't start. Bill B. wants a clearer picture of how Patten, Branch, and Hayes figure into the WR picture, so my guess is that Brown will suit up but be listed as the 4th receiver. He won't actually BE the 4th receiver, however. They will use Kevin Faulk out of the backfield, along with fullback Marc Edwards. These are two good pass catching runners and it will be very difficult for the San Diego defense to distinguish between running plays and pass plays.

For the Patriots team this week:

Start: Brady, Branch, Pat's Defense
Bench: Brown, Patten (he may see Brown's double coverage)

In Flex Leagues, or if you need some RB help from the free agent pool this weekend: Start Kevin Faulk

Tight End is still a mystery in New England. Cleeland has seen more of the ball, but Fauria and Graham have produced in their short stints. They are all capable tight ends, and if any of the 3 were guaranteed the majority of plays they would be an every week starter. For now, bench them unless you're desperate or psychic. If I had to go with one of the 3 this week, I would lean towards Graham, who I think will be the eventual starter.
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Postby sparky2 » Fri Sep 27, 2002 1:48 pm

Agreed. Brown is the first option considering his ailment. Kennison would be my last option.
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Re: Bench Brown

Postby Guttpuppy » Fri Sep 27, 2002 8:58 pm

DraftDodger wrote: These are two good pass catching runners and it will be very difficult for the San Diego defense to distinguish between running plays and pass plays.In Flex Leagues, or if you need some RB help from the free agent pool this weekend: Start Kevin Faulk.


Kevin Faulk starts in no FF league ever,unless your entire RB squad is injured or on a bye,or as a fill in for an Ant. Smith injury.

The San Diego D is the best in the league right now,The Brady Bunch comes crashing down to earth this week.Tom Brady meet Junior.
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Postby SolarfluX » Fri Sep 27, 2002 9:14 pm

Stay away from Brown, as his knee might keep him out of the game this week.
Kennison against Miami is a fair play.
Johnson is probably the safest play, since the Jets are giving up big stats to WRs.
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Postby Guest » Sat Sep 28, 2002 1:10 am

Play patrick johnson
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