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Postby jgraz33111@yahoo.com » Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:16 am

Well, Janikowski almost brought me back to success with his 63-yard FG but I lost by 3 pts in the season opener so I'm in a muchh needed win week, please help me with my lineup! I'll post the starting lineup I think would be best at the bottom.
Starters: 1 QB, 2 RB, 1 RB/WR Flex, 2 WR, TE, DEF, K
QB's: Roethlisberger, Eli Manning
RB's: Mike Turner, Tim Hightower, Cadillac Williams, Knowshown Moreno (I'm leaning toward)
WR's: Andre Johnson, Anquan Boldin, Mike Williams (TB), Braylon Edwards, Antonio Brown, Danny Amendola
TE's: Jermichael Finley
DEF's: Browns DEF, Raiders D
K: Janikowski

QB: Roth
RB 1: Turner
RB 2: Tim Hightower
Flex: Caddy
WR 1: Johnson
WR 2: Boldin
TE: Finley
DEF: Browns (play indy)
K: Janikowski

Should I put mike williams or caddy in the flex spot? Or should I put mike williams instead of boldin? Eli over big ben? Raiders D over browns? Thanks for the help, leave a link to your post as well!
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Re: Who to start?

Postby Yceman » Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:33 am

Caddy is good in the flex with SJAX out -- he's gonna get a heavy workload. The only change you may want to consider making is Mike Will over Boldin. Both could do well, but I'm betting Rice runs all over the TEN D like MJD did last week, which leaves less opportunities for Boldin in the passing game. Williams is the #1 WR in TB and I think Freeman will be looking for him early and often, especially if Blount stinks it up in the running game again.
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