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Need 2 - S. Holmes, M. Colston, or T. Gonzalez?

Postby Bigins » Thu Oct 13, 2011 11:07 pm

I need 2 of these 3.

Santonio Holmes vs Miami
Marques Colston @ TB
Tony Gonzalez vs Carolina

I'm already starting Cruz and Vernon Davis.

Thanks guys. Leave a link and I will reply.
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Re: Need 2 - S. Holmes, M. Colston, or T. Gonzalez?

Postby Bigins » Fri Oct 14, 2011 2:24 am

Is it that close? Is Colston the one out here?

Edit: I keep forgetting. This is a heavy PPR league. 6 points for TD's
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Re: Need 2 - S. Holmes, M. Colston, or T. Gonzalez?

Postby jblaze102 » Fri Oct 14, 2011 5:24 am

You gotta play T. Gonzalez. Julio Jones will not be playing so Gonzo will be heavily involved in the passing game and he's ALWAYS likely to snag a TD in the red zone.

In a heavy PPR league I would be inclined to go with Colston since Brees has no trouble moving the ball around that offense as opposed to Sanchez. However, Holmes is more likely to see the endzone. So I don't know how much each reception is worth in your league but balance that out and see. If its anything less than a point per reception go with Holmes but if its a point per recption or better go with Colston.

EDIT: I just seen that TD's are worth 6 pts. That's makes a difference cause as I said, Holmes is more likely to see the endzone. So unless its like 2 pts per recption, I would play Holmes.
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