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Tight End Dilemma--Clark or Moore?

Postby imnotasavage » Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:07 pm

So I've been playing Dallas Clark these last two week, and he's been getting me about 13 point each game. Not horrible, but I don't know how well he will do against Pittsburgh.

I just picked up Evan Moore, who I want to start only because they're playing Miami this week.

I also have Ed Dickson but I don't see him as a starter, just another backup who I'm getting rid of soon anyway.

Im in between Clark and Moore....Comments anybody??
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Re: Tight End Dilemma--Clark or Moore?

Postby K0wned » Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:12 pm

I would go with Clark, IND will be down a lot from the start and they will try to throw all game. That may or may not translate to a decent week for Clark, but I'd still start him over Moore. Clark is a much safer start imo, and if you want to take the risk on Moore go for it, but I'd stay safe with Clark.

Thoughts?
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Re: Tight End Dilemma--Clark or Moore?

Postby Yceman » Wed Sep 21, 2011 8:00 pm

I agree that Moore against MIA looks a lot better. Clark has 5 catches in 2 career games against the PIT defense, and that was with Peyton at QB. I don't trust Collins to get the ball to him enough -- hell he had only 4 catches against HOU and CLE. Moore is a better red zone bet for McCoy right now than Clark is for Collins. I'd roll w/ Moore.
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