10team h2h keeper.. scoring is 6pts per rush/rec/ret td, 4pts per pass td, 1pt per 10 rush/rec yards, 1pt per 20pass yards, no fractional scoring, & rest are default yahoo scoring..
we can only start 1qb, 1te, 1def, 1k, 2rb, 2wr, 1wr/rb flex
starters at the moment are in bold qb= kyle orton, jay cutler rb= mike turner, glen coffee, marion barber, cedric benson, tim hightower, rashard mendenhall wr=larry fitzgerald, mike sims-walker, desean jackson te=brent celek, vernon davis k= lawrence tynes def=NYJ, SF
by FearandLoathinginATL » Sat Oct 10, 2009 12:47 am
I like your WRs but I would probably start Hightower over Coffee. The Texans have given up 8 rushing TDs this year compared to Atlanta's 2. I also think ATL vs. SF will be more of a defensive game while I think both Arizona and Houston will score a good number of points.
I agree, Hightower has huge upside here. The only team Houston has stopped on the ground had zero threat of a passing game. I see Timmy having a productive day as Houston focuses on how to cover Fitz, Boldin and Breaston.
I also like DeSean over MSW - can't give you a reason, just my gut. Good luck!
who to start at rb & wr?? we start 2rb, 2wr, 1wr/rb flex
qb=matt hasselback, jay cutler rb=mike turner, cedric benson, rashard mendenhall, tim hightower, marion barber wr=larry fitz, desean jackson, mike sims-walker, nate robinson te= brent celek def= nyyj
its really tempting for me to start sims-walker since he is primed for a big game coz: a)The Jags offense, including Garrard, has so far been solid at home in 2 games b)the Jags are pissed about last week's game & they want some payback c) the Rams is just so bad this year that top BCS teams has even a shot at beating them with one hand
The only thing i'm hesitant on starting Sims-Walker is coz i got other options..
With Hass' back at the helm, Housh & Nate benefits from it.. And last week's game is a good sign that Nate is primed for alot of big games.. Plus the Seahawks are playing against a Card's defense that has allowed alot of fantasy pts to wr's.. Like Sims-Walker, only reason im not starting him is coz i got other options.. Still worth a start..
Fitz is fitz so im starting him..
I'm hesistant abit to start Desean coz: a) McNabb is not afraid to spread the ball b) He will likely get covered by Nmadi
But I'm thinking its worth a shot at starting him coz he got something to prove that last week was just a fluke & that the Raiders will stink again this week
Benson is a must start after torching the Ravens last week..
Mike Turner seems to be also a must start after a solid performance last week.. The only thing that worries me is maybe CHI's defense will find a way to stop him..
im leaning towards starting Rashard at flex for the time being coz he has been solid the last 2 games & that he is playing a CLE team that is so far sucking balls.. The only thing i'm worried though is the return of Willie Parker.. What impact will a healthy Parker have on Rashard going forward, & that Tomlin said he won't name a starting rb till game-time...
start 2 rb, 2wr, 1wr/rb flex, 1te standard espn scoring with fractional scoring...
current starters in bold..
rb= marion barber, mike turner, cedric benson, rashard mendenhall, justin forsett wr= larry fitzgerald, desean jackson, miles austin, mike sims-walker te= vernon davis, brent celek
with the recent news on both Benson & Turner playing, i don't know whether to start both, just one of them, or none of them... unfortunately, i can't change the starters once they have played so i missed out on austin's huge payday...