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Re: Last Flex Spot (WHIR)

Postby Conrax » Fri Oct 07, 2011 4:16 pm


Looking more and more like I should roll with Ridley?

Jets have surrendered 170 yds to Raiders and 120 yds to Ravens last two weeks?


Think about this Raiders have DMC who is easily a top 5 RB this season and the Ravens have Ray Rice who is pretty good in his own right and both run the ball regularly it is a part of their identity as a team. Now you are talking about a rookie RB who is in a time-share with 3 other RBs which include BJGE (main back) and Woodhead (who is the specialist and will be on the field [even if Ridley supplants BJGE] because of his pass catching abilities).
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Re: Last Flex Spot (WHIR)

Postby k_dubya » Sat Oct 08, 2011 6:25 am

Big play guy : P Garcon. Even though I don't trust Painter yet last week may have been fluke. More up side than ridley but ridley is going to get 75+ and a td.

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Re: Last Flex Spot (WHIR)

Postby VIKINGFAN » Sun Oct 09, 2011 12:13 am

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Re: Last Flex Spot (WHIR)

Postby eaglesmatt » Sun Oct 09, 2011 12:37 am

Every 10 rushing yards = 1 pt
every 20 recieving yards = 1 pt
every TD = 7 pts
every int = -1 pt
every fumble = -1pt
every 50 return yards = 1pt
every 50 passing yards = 1 pt
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