the izzy wrote:0.5 PPR league, and a 3pt bonus for going over 100 yrds rec or rushing.
We can start 2 RB + RB/WR flex. Which three RB's should I roll with?
S. Jackson @ SF (of course - right)
R. Rice @ NE
F. Jackson @ MIA (Lynch is back - how big of a factor do you see Lynch being)
M. Lynch @ MIA (see above)
K. Moreno vs DAL
D. Brown vs SEA
A. Bradshaw @KC
F. Taylor @BAL
another possibility is to drop T. Heap (my starting TE is Cooley) and grab T. Choice off FA and start him vs DEN. Though I don't know if it's worth it to drop Heap for a RB that may only get 1 more great game.
I am considering starting Hester @ my RB/WR flex. I am also considering benching Roy Williams in favor of Hester this week.
WR: Calvin Johnson, S. Smith (NYG), R. Williams
RB: S. Jackson, Rice
W/RB: F. Jackson
BN: Boldin (bye), Hester, Lynch, Moreno, D. Brown, A. Bradshaw, F. Taylor, T. Heap
Personally, I wouldn't say "of course" on SJax. San Fran just held the uber-talented AP to a very mortal day AT Minnesota
. Now they're at home. I avoided SJax in all of my drafts this year and I'm glad I did. I'm not high on him and IMO he should have been a round 3 or 4 pick, not a round 1 or 2 pick. But, in your situation, he may be the second best option here.
Best option is Rice. Was very high on him earlier, but that has been tempered now that we see how the RB workload is being divvied out in Balt. Even so, he's been catching passes and gaining yards on the ground so he's a decent start in a ppr league.
They're saying a 50/50 split with F. Jackson/Lynch which would scare me here. I'd avoid both in week 4 and wait to see how things pan out. Personally, I'd go with Brown. Indy should be waaaaaaay ahead of Seattle by halftime and Brown will get a lot of touches late. Could even get you that 3 point bonus.