Tough call, Julio could go on a run, and he has all the talent in the world so I would definitely start him. For the 2nd, I think would go Brown, with Sanders out and Hines banged up. I really like Lloyd but the Rams could lean more towards the run this week with the Clev. pass D doing very well this year. Toss up on the #2...good luck
Wilson Forte,Morris,Ivory,B.Brown,M.Christine,B.Bolden Cobb,VJax,DeSean,M.Floyd,L.Moore V.Davis Posluszny M.Bryant Colts
QB - Tim Tebow WR - Hakeem Nicks WR - Dez Bryant RB - Ray Rice RB - Ryan Mathews TE - Jermichael Finley W/R/T - Vincent Jackson BN - Tony Romo BN - Julio Jones BN - Roy Helu BN - Ben Tate BN - Kevin Smith K - Mason Crosby D - Houston
I would go with Julio Jones and Antonio Brown. Jones played solid last week and I see only upward potential. Brown is now the second WR next to Mike Wallace and the Steelers are coming off a tough Ravens Defense and he still came off with the team high in receptions. I have Brandon Lloyd and I am forced to start him as I almost no other options available but a WR is only as good as his QB and I don't know how well he'll do against Cleveland
QB Cam Newton WR Demaryius Thomas WR Justin Blackmon RB Marshawn Lynch RB Ahmad Bradshaw TE Tony Gonzalez W/R/T Owen Daniels K Lawrence Tynes DEF Bears Bench Mike Williams Torrey Smith Vick Ballard Andy Dalton
tough situation. all 3 receivers can have huge games or stinkers. I would personally start Lloyd and Brown just because they've already established themselves as every game players whereas Julio just exploded last week. not saying he wont do it again I just would be wary about it. plus lloyd is a number one guy and brown gets more receptions than wallace I feel like. he's turning into a poor man's welker.
Go with Jones, if he does half of what he did last week he's a great start and very athletic. Lloyd and Brown both have a tough matchup. On one hand the Texans ran all over the Browns so it could be a Jackson kind of week, and on the other hand Mendy has only gotten 13 carries in each of his last 3 games, Pittsburgh is a passing team. I guess I'd have to lean towards Brown just because of his consistent performance over recent weeks and he's more likely to catch one in the endzone.