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Bromo or Stafford and RB Flex Issue

Postby Dirty Dlamps » Sun Sep 11, 2011 12:55 am

1 point PPR Yahoo League.

QB: Start 1
Romo v. NYJ
Stafford v. TB

Flex: Start 1
F. Jackson
C. Benson
D. Amendola

I'm thinking going with Stafford at QB based on Romo's matchup.
At flex I feel that F. Jackson is unfortunately my best option.

What do you think?

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Re: Bromo or Stafford and RB Flex Issue

Postby whiteshark17 » Sun Sep 11, 2011 2:22 am

Stafford by far. Romo should have a poor game and Stafford should be throwing a lot.

I actually take Amendola if you are getting a full PPR. He is Wes Welker lite and the Rams will likely have to throw it a lot on Philly.

Thank you for the help on mine.
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Re: Bromo or Stafford and RB Flex Issue

Postby giantss88 » Sun Sep 11, 2011 2:25 am

I go stafford over Romo. And then I actually go Benson over the other two. If you look at last year Benson torched the browns towards the end of the season last year. With Andy Dalton at QB there gonna rely on benson a lot. Although that does mean hes gonna see stacked boxes at time but then Dalton can move the ball threw the air and possibly set up goal line carries for Benson. Plus, the Chiefs D is good against the Run so i dont see Jackson having success really. SO i Would actually go Benson surprisingly.

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