coltsrock wrote:I have Todd Heap and Greg Olson on a team that starts 1 TE
Olson was a preseason favorite but hast really shwon up in the regular season, should i wait until he devlops chemistry with cutler?
or should i drop Olson for Brent Celek (Whos had good outings the 1st two weeks)
this one is abit tricky though as both olsen & heap are worth starting...
olsen may have the lowest value of the 3 te's since jay havent found a way to get him the ball.. as the season progress, i believe that olsen will get alot of touches to make him worth starting again...
heap has so far played 2 solid games, but i dont expect BAL to throw the ball alot.. yes they are letting flacco gun it, but i dont expect heap to have solid games weekly... plus he is an injury risk.. the good thing i like about heap is that flacco seems to like throwing the ball to heap on short yardages & on the goal line..
celek's value is ok for now even though kolb is the qb... i think celek is kolb's favorite target on short yardages, which means he will get alot of "looks".. and i think celek's numbers will get even better when mcnabb comes back.. even with kolb or mcnabb under center, i think celek will consistently give you 5pts per game(yahoo default scoring) to make him worth starting/stashing..
for now, i would go with celek & likely drop olsen based on how many "looks" each te will likely get.. heap is worth keeping & you can start him if the matchups are favorable..