I've got a tough decision, i know Im supposed to start Mccoy and Johnson, But Tate has been showing out the past few weeks. I expect Johnson may have a decent week against Denver. Just wondering everyones thoughts? Most likely Mccoy for sure because of consistancy, But am getting tired of Tate putting up points on my bench while CJ is not performing
Dude, you have to play CJ. This could be the week he explodes.......he's played two very good defenses after a long holdout. This is where he gets going in my opinion. If not here, then us CJ owners could be in for a loooong season.
I think Tate is the safer play. Houston has a great running game and they're playing NO. CJ has shown nothing. I understand he's played some tough defenses, but if he goes off this week than you can play him for the rest of the year.
I think CJ has higher upside but Tate is safer. Depends on what you're looking for but I feel like Tate is a MUST start until Foster returns.
This really is a tough one! Your right about McCoy being a sure bet for your #1 spot ... as for your #2 spot, its going to have to come down to how YOU want to play this, do you want to play safe or gamble to score big? Tate isnt going to have huge game against NO, he's going to have a "good" game, but Shaub will be throwing the ball a bunch, and Foster "might" get a few reps in although if he does it wont be much. And then theres CJ, he is definately due and this should be his best chance at breaking thru! I would go wih CJ cause I think that he has the potential for a HUGE game that Tate doesnt, and worst case, he will have a decent game and score you some points.
by russellthelovemuscle » Fri Sep 23, 2011 11:39 am
McCoy and CJ. Tate is a safe bet to get ~10 pts...but I like CJ's matchup at home...and I have a feeling he will have a good game with Hasselbeck and his receivers keeping the D honest...plus the fact that he is probably going to be running with a chip on his shoulder because os his sub-par performances thus far.