My WR situation looks plain awful this week. Which 3 do I play out of this motley bunch?
Marques Colston v PHI - Probably my only "safe" bet, even if it's a touch match-up and Colston could very well put up a dud.
Nate Burleson v SF - Housh being limited might mean more coverage on Burleson. The Lambs cornerbacks are not the same as the 49ers.
Braylon Edwards v Den - You never like it when you hear a Browns beat reporter say "Braylon Edwards has no chemistry with Brady Quinn." Denver shut down the Bengals' passing attack last week against Palmer and crew and played deep cover-two defense which took Chris Henry out of the game. Could Quinn do what Palmer couldn't?
Desean Jackson v NO - Kolb looks more and more likely to start, and PHI says they won't even bring Garcia into the game. In a league that only counts return TDs, not return yards, there's not going to be a lot of ways he's going to be involved without the deep threat.
Earl Bennett v Pitt - Too soon to rely on this guy? Also, Pit aint a joke, and I'm already playing Cutler/Forte. If CHI gets shut down, I don't want three elements of their offense in my lineup.
Chris Henry v GB - Again, relying on a shaky Palmer. And GB did pretty well against the Bears' passing game.
Choose 3 of the 6 and why you would start them. WHIR!!
I like Colston
, even though its a tough matchup, NO is gonna throw the ball, and I expect Colston to get more looks this week.
I would then likely go with Bennett
, even though you're starting Forte and Cutler, as stated earlier, Cutler is looking for him, and I think there is something about them playing together at Vandy. after that I'm not sure, I dont like D-Jax as Kolb looks shakey. Chris Henry had a disappearing act against Denver, and I think he's loosing looks to Coles and Ocho. That leaves Burleson
as your final spot IMO...viewtopic.php?f=19&t=447613&p=3082715#p3082715