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Postby mzkp54 » Thu Sep 08, 2011 11:50 am

Should I start Matt Ryan @ CHI or Stafford @ TB?? I'm very torn here.

And Ingram @ GB tonight or Fred Jackson @ KC? I'm leaning Jackson here.

My team:

QB- Ryan or Stafford
RB- AP, Gore
WR- Nicks, Bowe
TE- Davis
Flex- Jackson or Ingram
K- Brown

B- Amendola, Burress, Evans, Helu

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Re: Ryan/Stafford and Ingram/Jackson??? WHIR

Postby packerboy » Thu Sep 08, 2011 11:59 am

I have Ingram and I am sitting him because RBBC with Thomas and Sproles and Tough GB D

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Re: Ryan/Stafford and Ingram/Jackson??? WHIR

Postby cchhiipp22 » Thu Sep 08, 2011 12:19 pm

I like Matt Ryan @ Chi over Stafford @ TB. I think the Falcons are going to look pretty good against a less-than-stellar Bears team, and TB could be pretty stout for the Lions.

I'd say Jackson over Ingram until we see more how Ingram is used in future weeks.

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Postby Soopaman Luva » Thu Sep 08, 2011 12:34 pm

QB: Matt Ryan
Flex: Fred Jackson

Ryan has way more targets than Stafford does, not to mention he is a quarterback with more poise. Stafford would be more of the risk, despite the fact that Ryan is going against a Bears defense that is still good (but just not spectacular). I own Ingram as well, and I am still doubtful of how productive he'll be for the year. Jackson is a safer pick to try out for Week 1, and along the line you'll get a better idea of how involved Ingram will be in the Saints offense.

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Postby yaluoza » Thu Sep 08, 2011 12:38 pm

matt ryan and fred jackson are your safer bets. But if you feel gutsy and/or like the other matchups for some reason, then follow your gut.

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Postby TheSQUID » Thu Sep 08, 2011 12:45 pm

I believe Stafford will put up more points than Ryan in Week 1, so I'd go with him.

As for Jackson/Ingram... I believe Spiller will get most of the carries in BUF. Ingram will have a solid game I think, with about 50-60 yards rushing and a TD.

Stafford and Ingram should produce the most points for week 1.

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