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QB, help for week 2..WHIR

Postby Ruby Tues. » Tue Sep 13, 2011 11:09 am

My QB's are:
Eli vs. STL.
Fitzpatrick vs. OAK

Eli is still not in sync with anyone and Fitz had a good week one. With that said Fitz is up against a tough OAK D. Eli should bounce back against STL. Thoughts????
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WR- R. White, B. Marshall, R. Wayne, and P. Garcon
RB- L. McCoy, D. Martin, K. Smith, P. Hillis, and M. Goodsen
TE- G. Olsen
K- M. Bryant
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Re: QB, help for week 2..WHIR

Postby JohnnyRico » Tue Sep 13, 2011 11:16 am

I would think eli would bouce back..I have M Ryan, Manning , and Cutler and need help with who to start. (see my post below yours
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Re: QB, help for week 2..WHIR

Postby Chicago 2 » Tue Sep 13, 2011 11:46 am

I am in the EXACT same position.

I'm going with Eli, the Rams starting corner will be out for the MNF game and with Amendola and Jackosn to miss that game I see the Giants offense getting the ball alot. Plus, it is a home game and they need to show up to impress their fans.
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Re: QB, help for week 2..WHIR

Postby Ruby Tues. » Wed Sep 14, 2011 12:39 am

Thanks fellas...anyone else?
Standard 12 team non ppr:
QB- Romo, Locker
WR- R. White, B. Marshall, R. Wayne, and P. Garcon
RB- L. McCoy, D. Martin, K. Smith, P. Hillis, and M. Goodsen
TE- G. Olsen
K- M. Bryant
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Re: QB, help for week 2..WHIR

Postby Chicago 2 » Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:17 am

Bump.

I as well still can't decide between the two, any insight?
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Re: QB, help for week 2..WHIR

Postby cubanrob19 » Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:30 am

This really is a tough one ... I actually think they will have pretty similar stats!
yes, I believe Eli will have a better week 2 and somewhat bounce back, but at the same time, there is a good chance that they will be able to hold a lead on the Rams, which means more running game action, in turn, less opportunities for Eli in the second half.

Fitz is playing an Oak defense that looked strong monday night, but they always play strong against the Broncos, and their run D was a lot stronger than their pass D, I mean lets look at the stats ... Kyle Orton threw for over 300 yards, on top of the fact that he played crappy!

I give a slight edge to Fitzpatrick for week 2.

Hope that helps some ...

Best of luck!


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Re: QB, help for week 2..WHIR

Postby Yceman » Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:35 am

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