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WR help badly needed WHIR

Postby hesparza77 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:03 pm

I have had some WR draft in my espn standard score league
Besides Welker, I have Wayne and Harvin, who should have been pretty good barring QB issues.

On the bench I took a flier on Bess and 85.

I just dropped Charles and picked up McCluster who counts as a RB or WR which may offer relief.

My question is, on the waiver wire here appears to the best options to date: D Moore, Doucet and D Alexander. Is it worth taking a chance by dropping Bess now and if so, then who do I pick up.

I will help out with ever I can, please drop a link in your response
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Re: WR help badly needed WHIR

Postby etl1692 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:09 pm

I personally like D Moore alot. I just grabbed him and am hoping him and Jacoby Ford on Oakland have a beakout year. Him and Bess are pretty close though. Im thinking D Moore here though its tough. Only time will tell who will be better but I think the margin between the two wont be too significant. I know this isnt the best response, but both are great players.

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Re: WR help badly needed WHIR

Postby Jetsfan819 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:13 pm

Moore>Bess>Alexander>Doucet in that order.

Moore's upside potential would cause me to lean towards him, whereas Alexander is just one of many, and Doucet I just feel less confident about than Moore or Bess.

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