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Help me start two of these four horrible RBs. 100% WHIR.

Postby freshlesh » Thu Sep 15, 2011 3:34 pm

1pt 10yd rsh, 1pt 15 yd rec, 6pt any TD

Don't worry, I'm stacked at WR (A. Johnson, L. Fitzgerald, and M. Wallace as my flex), but my RBs are horrible. I need to start two of these four: DeAngelo Williams, R. Mathews. M. Lynch and E. Graham)

The obvious two would be Williams and Mathews, but I don't think I need to go into their problems. I was hoping that both would have at least decent years, but if week one was any indication..... Either way, I'm considering throwing Graham in there because he caught the ball a bunch last week, but I'm nervous to pull the trigger. Any suggestions?

If you give some insight, I will gladly respond to any of your questions. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Help me start two of these four horrible RBs. 100% WHIR.

Postby petedog9 » Thu Sep 15, 2011 3:37 pm

I'd trade a WR for a decent RB..

Otherwise you have to go Williams and Matthews... No way Lynch gets off against Pitt and Graham wont see the touches..
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Postby drhanl » Thu Sep 15, 2011 3:43 pm

I agree. There is no way you can play lynch against PIT or trust Graham. Definitely play Matthews and Williams.

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