JasonSeahorn wrote:It really doesn't matter, it's just about playing the guys you think will score the most points.
Agreed . . . a "playing not to lose" strategy may cost you the win. Evaluate players based upon their likelihood of scoring independent of what pther players are doing.
IE: If I have Brandon Marshall and my opponent has Cutler, it's not any worse for me than if he has Warner playing the Rams in Arizona, in fact it might be better. But I want to take advantage of Marshalls points even if Cutler is going to have a huge game. I'll still root for Marshall to get the ball and cringe if Royal catches a TD.
That being said, I don't think that MIA or Shawn Hill are bad plays. SF had like 5 fumbles last week, they just managed to recover 4 of them. Hill might still have a good game for you even if MIA does.