My roster has two RB and two WR, as well as a flex RB/WR, and a flex WR/TE. So I can start up to three running backs, and up to four receivers. Obviously, Ray Rice and Fred Jackson are must starts at the running back position, and Mike Wallace is a must start at the WR position. That leaves open three more slots, the flex RB/WR, the flex WR/TE, and the WR slot. Which three would you plug in?
Santonio Holmes vs. Baltimore
Reggie Bush vs. San Diego
Eric Decker vs. Green Bay
Mike Thomas vs. New Orleans
DeAngelo Williams vs. Chicago
Holmes normally would be a sure start as the receiver 2, but he's coming off injury and a rough week, and playing the Ravens. The catch to that is that Wallace had a big game against them in week 1, Britt had a big game against them in week 3, and while nobody had a big game against them in week 3, they were playing the Rams.
Bush would be on my bench, but Thomas is out making him the primary, and they'll likely need to score a ton of points against the Chargers.
I really think that Decker is the #1 in Denver, and they'll have to throw to keep up with Green Bay. Thomas is the #1 in Jax, and while a rookie is throwing him the ball, they seem to have rapport, and will have to score a ton against Chicago.
DeAngelo...well...against Chicago, and having a horrid year...can't see...but maybe you do.
So, do you start Bush or DWilliams, and two of my three receivers, or do you start Holmes, Decker and Thomas?
12 Team Head to Head, 2 player Keeper League--WR PPR RB...the positions are fixed, I HAVE to have 2 defenses (4 RB, 4 WR, 2 QB, 2 TE, 2 Def)
QB Aaron Rodgers, GB QB
RB Ray Rice, Bal RB
RB Fred Jackson, Buf RB
RB/WR Eric Decker, Den WR
WR Mike Wallace, Pit WR
WR Santonio Holmes, NYJ WR
WR/TE Mike Thomas, Jac WR
TE Vernon Davis, SF TE
D/ST Saints D/ST D/ST
Bench Reggie Bush, Mia RB
Bench Benjamin Watson, Cle TE
Bench DeAngelo Williams, Car RB
Bench Giants D/ST D/ST
Bench Ryan Fitzpatrick, Buf QB
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