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Tough PPR Start Decision - WHIR

Postby bstock123 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 11:05 am

Need help on a tough decision for who to start at my RB/WR/TE flex spot in a 10-team, PPR league. For what it's worth, I'm desperate for a win (sitting at 4-5), and I might be leaning toward upside, as V-Jax threw up only 3 points for me on Thursday. Start one of the following (again, it's PPR):

Steve Breaston (v. Den)
Antonio Brown (@ Cin) (just heard there will be 40 mph wind gusts in Cincy)
Aaron Hernandez (@ NYJ)
Roy Helu (@Mia)
Hakeem Nicks (@ SF) (if he's active...I could only fall back to Hernandez or Starks if he's not)
James Starks (v. Min)


10-Team League (1pt/10rush/rec yards, 1 pt rec, 1pt/25 pass yds, 4 pt TD pass)
Redraft, PPR
Start: 1QB, 2RB, 2WR, 1 RB/WR/TE flex, 1TE, 1K, 1D/ST

QB: T. Romo, B. Roethlisberger
RB: R. Rice, S. Jackson, J. Starks, R. Helu
WR: H. Nicks, V. Jackson, D. Bowe, A. Brown, S. Breaston
TE: A. Hernandez, R. Gronkowski
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Re: Tough PPR Start Decision - WHIR

Postby yankees357710 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 10:45 pm

roy helu all day
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Re: Tough PPR Start Decision - WHIR

Postby angels7777 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 10:55 pm

10 tms
.5 PPR, 6 pts for pass TD

QB- Cam
WR- AJ Green, J. Nelson, J. Gordon
RB- Sproles, Forte
TE- Graham
FLX- Fitz
Def- Matchup Based
K- D. Bailey

BN- Chris Johnson, Blackmon, M. Brown, L. Bell, Randle, Rivers, Spiller
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