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Eli or Rex, Stevie or Steve Smith CAR? *WHIR!

Postby trumpettar » Fri Sep 16, 2011 1:56 pm

as title says;

QB; Eli or Rex
Wb1; Jennings
WB2; Stevie or Steve Smith CAR
RB1; McFadden
RB2; J Charles
TE; Owen Daniels
Flex; Benson

also Mathews is on the bench

What would you do with the roster? I'm considering playing Stevie and Steve Smith as flex, but I think Benson will get tons of work even if Denver loads up the box each play. Leave your link plz!
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Re: Eli or Rex, Stevie or Steve Smith CAR? *WHIR!

Postby lazzo » Fri Sep 16, 2011 1:59 pm

I would go with Rex and Stevie.
I think the Giants are going to run the ball a lot more this week, and Eli may be without Nicks. As for you WR problem, I think the Packers are going to shut Steve Smith out of this game. He is Carolinas only real weapon and the Pack knows that!

Help with Mine?
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Re: Eli or Rex, Stevie or Steve Smith CAR? *WHIR!

Postby dmbhawker » Fri Sep 16, 2011 2:14 pm

i'd definately go rex (i am in 1 leauge as well over matt ryan), solid fantasy qb against terrible ari D. Cam was okay last week, Ari D was terrible-college looking secondary.

i think i would also go stevie, packers can shut down steve smith and get into cam's head as well
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