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Re: Week 4 WR/Flex Start Help - WHIR!!!

Postby lamoac » Fri Sep 30, 2011 12:55 am

With their depleted receiver corp, Dallas looked more to the run last Monday night. I would expect the same thing again this week. So the means Jones has to be one of you picks. The other is much tougher. Bryant or Holmes, not an easy choice. I would lean towards Bryant because with the only other decent receiver Romo has to throw to being Witten, Dez is sure to see plenty of balls thrown his way.

Thanks for your help in my post. I had no idea what WHIR meant. By the way, how do you add the link to your own post?

Thanks again and good luck!
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Re: Week 4 WR/Flex Start Help - WHIR!!!

Postby joegoody41 » Fri Sep 30, 2011 10:40 am

Thanks for help on mine. I'd go with Felix at the flex for sure, and then either Nelson or Dez. I think Dez could have the bigger payoff, and it's not a bad idea to play a RB and WR from the same team, because it can provide insurance in case a team ends up abandoning either the run or the pass. Of course, it could work against you too. My gut says Nelson, but Dez has a decent shot to blow up.

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Re: Week 4 WR/Flex Start Help - WHIR!!!

Postby Bears10 » Fri Sep 30, 2011 1:29 pm

I'd go Dez and Nelson as well. Felix is one hit away from the IR
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