meta87 wrote:10 Team, Non PPR, Yahoo Standard Scoring, 2 WR/RB Flex Spots
WR: Hakeem Nicks
WR: Reggie Wayne
WR: Mario Manningham
RB: Jamaal Charles
RB: Matt Forte
TE: Dallas Clark
FLEX: Fred Jackson
FLEX: Javone Bess
BENCH: Kevin Kolb, Danny Woodhead, Johnny Knox, Robert Meachem, Hines Ward, Antonio Brown, Rob Gronkowski
A couple of questions:
How bad is it to have Nicks and Manningham? Wondering if I should try and trade Manningham to get another receiver not on the same team as my number 1. Also with all these flex spots to fill, would you start who I currently picked or someone off my bench. I know it will depend on who they are playing, just curious overall what you think. Thanks! WHIR
QB - Big Ben & Kolb are solid.
WR - Nicks & Wayne is a fantastic 1-2, Manningham is a solid 3, could be a lot worse combos from the same team, lots of people are drinking the Manningham kool-aid, shuld be relatively easy to deal if you so choose. Not a fan of Knox, Ward is a lowend bye week fill-in at this point. Meachem & Brown are both solid upside picks.
RB - Charles & Forte are a rock solid 1-2 at RB. I don't like Charles as much as most considering the price tag & the fact he is (for whatever reason) stuck in a timeshare & has an absolute moron for a head coach. Not sure who Javone Bess is - is it Davone Bess or Jahvid Best, if it's the later he's a huge risk that could pay huge divedends, if it's the former, pretty worthless in a non-PPR. Going on the assumption it's Best - Forte/Charles/Best all lose some value in non-PPR formats. FJax lacks any sexy, but is a decent flex as long as he holds off Spiller. Woodhead is worth a gamble, but I tend to avoid NE RB's - too much of a gamble.
TE - Clark has been elite, I see no reason why he can't return to that level. Gronk is a fantastic TE2.