I don't trust Kolb's arm at all anymore. But the rub here is that BAL's secondary isnt that great, and they might not double Fitz like every other team has. Antonio Brown is a great matchup but is it good enough to sit Fitz or Marshall? Marshall goes up against a team that will likely be up big early, and has a suspect secondary. Right now I'm leaning towards Marshall and Brown to pair with Boldin, who's my definite starter this week.
very tough call. i have difficulty sitting fitz even in his current state. he's just got too much potential. i feel like brown is a wildcard here. he's got the potential to have a huge game, but with wallace, sanders and possibly hines around, who knows whether he gets the opportunity. marshall has been very consistent this season and typically gets a decent amount of receptions. obviously valuable in ppr.
i would say start marshall. for the other slot, if you want upside, start brown, but if you need the reliable points, start fitz.
Gotta stick with Fitz. I would take Marshall for your second option. Giants have given up field days to WRs this year and Marshall is primed for a 100 and a score. I like Brown too but he could flop if he doesn't get the big play.
I would actually sit Fitz and go marshall and brown esp if Hines Ward sits out. If ward sits out Brown should have a huge game against a terrible NE secondary. Fitz is going to get doubled by baltimore because they know he is the only guy who can beat them and they are very angry after monday nights game.
I have a similar scenario, and I never even considered sitting Fitz. yeah, he has been a major disappointment. But, you just can't sit a first rounder for someone that may be the #3 WR on his own team. I like Brown this week. But, I still think it is super risky. He hasn't scored a TD this season. He has 2 or 3 games of 2 catches or less. No way i would start him over your other options.