Mercer Boy wrote:
benjapage wrote:i also disagree with mercer boy's assessment that there are only a few #2wr worth starting. it depends on your league's scoring and starting requirements (we start 3), but i think these #2wr are all worth starting:
lelie (or is it rod smith?)
but i think stallworth will soon justify consistent starts in a fantasy line-up.
You named 9 #2's. There are 32 teams in the NFL. That means 23 of them are not startable. Hence, only a few are.
I wouldn't be so quick to put Rogers in that list either...he hasn't done anything so far this year and is hurt again.
bah! 9 is more than a few. it's between 3 and 5. any more than that is at least several. but that's just semantics. the truth is, there are a lot of 'em that haven't even surfaced. is michael clayton the #1? guess that makes galloway the #2. he's worth starting. charles rogers is certainly worth starting when healthy.
ferguson might even be worth starting, while we're at it. and that's before javon walker's injury, when driver was inarguably a good start.
back to donte. how much of his inconsistency can be placed on various knicks, bruises, and strains? i should say quite a bit. if he's healthy, he'll produce. that's my call, anyway.