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Start Battle, Nate Washington, or Greg Little in my flex? 1

Postby mcdablo » Tue Oct 25, 2011 10:22 pm

Hey all and thanks for checking out this post. So who do I start for week 8: Jackie Battle@SD, Nate Wash@Ind, or Little@SF? Really hard decision to make, Little has been getting a ton of targets but his QB stinks, Battle is the just about the featured back in KC but he's having his goal line carries stolen. Nate Wash was awesome at the beginning of the year but has dudded since Britt went to the IR. But his matchup looks enticing against Ind. My league gives 1 pt for 10 yards rushing/receiving, 6 pts for TD to either RB/WR and .5 pt for receptions. Thanks for the help, this is a 12 team ppr league.
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Re: Start Battle, Nate Washington, or Greg Little in my flex

Postby Alkaholik » Tue Oct 25, 2011 10:38 pm

a lot depends here, please post your league point system for rushing and passing yards and if its PPR since we are talking a RB or WR spot, it could change based on your league stats
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