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How'd I do? Any major holes in my lineup? Anyone I should try to move ASAP? If so, who to target? Leave a link, and I'll help you out.
Yahoo! 12 Team Head-To-Head PPR
QB - Kevin Kolb (Phi - QB)
WR - Miles Austin (Dal - WR)
WR - Roddy White (Atl - WR)
WR - Chad Ochocinco (Cin - WR)
RB - Adrian Peterson (Min - RB)
RB - Knowshon Moreno (Den - RB)
TE - Chris Cooley (Was - TE)
W/R - C.J. Spiller - (Buf - RB)
BN - Carson Palmer (Cin - QB)
BN - Clinton Portis (Was - RB)
BN - Braylon Edwards (NYJ - WR)
BN - Carnell Williams (TB - RB)
BN - Nate Burleson (Det - WR)
* I plan on constantly rotating DEF/K based on matchups
Take it postion by position
QB--Kolb and Palmer...hmm. Kolb hasn't done anything career and is a very hyped up pick, although I see him with Matt Cassell's stats last year....Palmer is coming off an ehhh year but could rebound with Ocho and TO...but still hasn't put up good numbers without Housh. Your "meh" at this position. It could fly if the rest of your team is stacked or if Palmer finds his touch but you could really use an upgrade
RB-AP and Moreno you should be able to count for the entire season and with Spiller, Portis, and Cadillac the depth isn't staked but it is decent...I say drop/trade Portis. He has no value in Washington and you would be much better if you took a guy like Montario Hardesty or whoever instead of him. Draft for upside, not a crazy RBBC mad man coach...But overall you should be solid here
WR-Austin and Roddy should both be top-10 wr this year. Who knows with Ocho though...if you take out his 2 big games last year he was mediocre and just getting older and less focused on football throughout his career. In case he falls off the cliff this year you are really screwed IMO, Burleson and Edwards are quality bench players but not good starters. I would look into trading Edwards
TE-Cooley is fine here. Your average top-15 TE that will be Mr. Consistent and won't lose you any games, just hope you didn't take him early, you can wait FOREVER one tight ends this year and still draft quality.
So overall I say QB is your biggest "HOLE" but realize injuries/suckage happens and if you are forced to push Braylon Edwards (HUGE Compettion in NYJ-Holmes, Cotchery, Keller, Coles) and someone like Portis into your startling lineup then you could be facing trouble....my advice is try to trade Portis/Edwards in some type of package for a serviceable starter that rides your bench.
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