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Who's the better overall player to start week one and beyond

Postby Warpigs » Sat Aug 30, 2003 8:17 pm

Have to decide on my third WR and need to know who you think overall has the best fantasy value. I have Boerigter, S. Moss, Ferguson, Walker and Pinkston. Who's the starter and who could be cut altogether (I have to cut three total players). Also at RB, I have backups in Maurice Morris, O. Gary, L. Gordon, D. Foster and T. Canidate. I'm starting Alexander and Henry, but don't know if I should cut Morris now to make room or keep him as Alexander's handcuff. We have a rule in the league that if anyone gets hurt in a game (like Alexander), then that player's owner has first crack at the backup off waivers. So are Morris and Gary that important to me? (I;d keep Gary over Morris since Henry is a little banged up right now). If I drop either Gordon or Foster, I won't be able to get them if Faulk or Davis go down due to that rule, so I'm leaning toward keeping them What do you think???
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Postby Canadian Seahawk » Sat Aug 30, 2003 8:38 pm

I say lose the guys you get first crack at for sure. as for your WR issue I just don't see Boerflkdjfldfk doing it for the chiefs this year or ever,,,Pinkston should be your best bet there but look out Ferguson and Walker, it could happen.
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