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Week 3 Defense/Special Teams

Postby jayceeLLC » Wed Sep 21, 2011 4:43 pm

So guys,

I currently have the Packers D/ST and Lions D/ST.
The packers are playing against the bears while the lions are playing the abysmal vikings.
Lions are looking great this year with turnovers.
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Re: Week 3 Defense/Special Teams

Postby Yceman » Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:49 pm

I like the Bears to do a little better this week being that they are at home, but it's still a tough call benching GB's defense for DET's. You're right, MIN is terrible though. Based on the matchup, at first glance, I'd probably take a chance on DET this week, especially after Cam carved up GB last week and showing that they can be vulnerable. However, Cutler's been sacked 11 times already this season behind that terrible O-Line. GB will put pressure on him all day long and look for sacks and INTs. This one could go either way, but I'd personally stick with GB D.
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Re: Week 3 Defense/Special Teams

Postby 11stever11 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:53 pm

I would go Lions D/ST who have been very solid this year so far and having the better matchup. good luck!
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