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FLEX HELP!!!! WHIR!!!!!!!

Postby jhus849 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 5:15 pm

PPR League. 1 point per reception. I have Mcfadden and Sproles (in place of F. Jones) starting in my RB spots and A. Johnson and D. Jackson as my 2 WR's.

Flex help PLEASE!

Cedric Benson
Nate Burleson
Johnny Knox
Eric Decker
Denarius Moore

I had Benson in, then put Burleson in.
Not really sure what to do here.


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Re: FLEX HELP!!!! WHIR!!!!!!!

Postby dilhan » Wed Sep 21, 2011 5:29 pm

Normally I always go Running Back for my flex spot, and Cedric Benson is not a bad one. His matchup is against a stingy San fran run defense which could pose some problems. At the same time though, San Francisco has a terrible offense and I actually think this game will be tight, meaning Benson will be carrying the ball the whole game through (something that may be rare with the Bengals this year). In this sense, I think Benson is a solid start and I would play him over those receivers.

The receiver that could potentially merit is a start is decker, but even still I would be more confident going in with Benson.

Take it for what it's worth, I'm a running backs guy after all :-)

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