yeah i'd go with jordy nelson myself. sure, he's been feast or famine this year... but mostly feast. you run the risk of something like a 2-4 point game, but when he's on he looks to be a 13+ point per game receiver (this is in my 0.5PPR league anyways) and clearly you're not going to find any better QB in the game to throw him the damn ball.
right now, jennings is certainly the #1 wideout on the packers... but then you've got a zone where everyone else, maybe save driver, is a good solid play. you gotta go with that.
I'm a Jordy lover here as well. Although keep your eye on Robinson. I like him to have a good week. 5 catches in each of the last two games, with TDs in both.....And that was with Miles Austin in the game. Now that Miles is out 2-4 weeks, I see robinson with at least 8 catches
by latsprewell20002000 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 11:00 am
[quote="smacdog"]I'd go Jordy. Manningham is a game-time decision and Lloyd will be covered all day by Haydon.
This. I still think Lloyd can deal with Haden but I would just go with Jordy to play it safe. That and all he really needs is one play to have a great game.
Im here to temper your expectations on Robinson. Alot of times guys do really good as the third guy, then when they move up and get the better cover guys on them they dont do as well. Robinson could still do good, im just saying its not all one way. Austin being out has its disadvantages as well.
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