I have all three in a few leagues, two in most. Depending on the match-up or bye-week, I play mostly Colston and Winslow. I have 28 yahoo leagues and have winning records in 21 of them, mostly thanks to Colston, Winslow and Jennings.
I picked up Winslow in the drafts whenever I could despite the fact that people were so down on him here because I just had a hunch. I watched his father play in San Diego and if the saying "like father, like son" held true, I figured he'd be a good one despite his big mouth and foolish ways.
I picked up Colston about two weeks into the season wherever I could because of reading about him here and seeing his double eligibility as TE/WR. That makes him doubly valuable and I knew he'd be good because of Brees.
I also picked up Jennings because of reading about him here and I haven't regretted it yet despite his ankle injury. He's going to do me some good in the play-off's because it'll be Farve's last season and he's going to want to go out good. (Another hunch)
I am truly amazed at how much machoism affects men's thinking. Winslow is a big blowhard so he can't be any good! Hmmm. Hasn't proved true in fantasy football stats this year. And I guess I should appreciate this machoism since it let me get Winslow in so many of my leagues. But mostly what I'm grateful for is that I'm a woman and can think straight when it suits me.