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Re: Need help...what position is better to add: rb/wr or wr/te

Postby moochman » Mon May 11, 2009 10:14 am

I really think if you are looking to add a flex, it should be RB/WR/TE and you should add at least 1/2 PPR. The point per reception helps to equalize the affects of having 3 solid RBs by giving some RBs and lots of WRs more value. In really big leagues I even like to have indiviual return yardage count, 20 yds per point.
I also think more liberal scoring rules helps to encourage participation in the waiver wire and increase recoverablity should you Mooch* a draft.

*Draft a Selvin Young in the third round, for example.
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Re: Need help..what is better to add to a starting line-up

Postby spodog » Mon May 11, 2009 4:19 pm

TruNinerFan wrote:In all the leagues that I am in with a flex, it is usually RB/WR/TE



YEP. Why artificially restrict an owner's decision by dictating what the flex is? Let it be RB/WR/TE and let each owner decide who they plug into the FLEX from those spots each week.
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