Need 1 QB: Warner or Alex Smith
I still have to wait and see how Warner is feeling, but I am thinking that even though Minn. has holes in their secondary, the risk of Warner not starting or getting shaken up during the game is too great. Plus, Smith's matchup this week against Seattle is not that bad...any thoughts.
Need 3 RBs: J. Addai, L. Maroney, M. Jones-Drew, or Ryan Grant
On paper, all four of these RBs seem like they could have decent games. I will definitely play MJD, but I am having a difficult time deciding between the other three. Maroney has been hot latlely, and I could see NE coming out with some motivation, but Miami generally plays NE rather tough. Addai has been consistent all year, so I am leaning toward starting him as well. Lastly, Grant is generally good for 10 or so, especially since he is practically their lone back. Furthermore, the weather in G.B will likely be cold and possibly wet, which could play into his favor. Baltimore has given up at least 10 points against RBs in all but three games (KC, and Cle 2x), but I don't know if Maroney and Addai would be better. I would appreciate any input.
Need 2 WRs: M. Sims Walker, M. Austin, J. Avant
MSW has been very good at home this year, so I could see him having another good game. My biggest concern with starting him is that since I will definitely be playing MJD, I am betting a lot on the Jaguars offense. Austin has been on and off as of late and seeing as how their game against the Giants has big implications I could see him doing very little or breaking out. Finally, I just picked up Avant this week. Assuming D. Jackson doesn't play, Avant and Maclin will likely be McNabb's major targets. Plus, Atlanta does not have a good passing defense, so one could easily justify starting Avant in this situation.
Thanks for your help.