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Postby ultraexpress » Fri Nov 18, 2011 9:25 am

Okay everyone here is my dilemma: Our league scores TDs 6 points and 1 point for every 10 yards. I am able to start one TE and 2 WR or 3 WRs.

I have Vincent Jackson, Denarius Moore, Jermichael Finley, Antonio Gates, and Laurent Robinson: Which would you start?

I'm leaning toward Denarius Moore, Antonio Gates, and Laurent Robinson

Jackson hasn't played well at all except for two weeks and Finley has had exactly one great week.
The matchups for Gates against Chicago, Robinson against Washington and moore against a hurt Minny secondary seem to good to pass up.

Thoughts?
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Re: WR help needed

Postby hangloos » Fri Nov 18, 2011 9:26 am

ultraexpress wrote:Okay everyone here is my dilemma: Our league scores TDs 6 points and 1 point for every 10 yards. I am able to start one TE and 2 WR or 3 WRs.

I have Vincent Jackson, Denarius Moore, Jermichael Finley, Antonio Gates, and Laurent Robinson: Which would you start?

I'm leaning toward Denarius Moore, Antonio Gates, and Laurent Robinson

Jackson hasn't played well at all except for two weeks and Finley has had exactly one great week.
The matchups for Gates against Chicago, Robinson against Washington and moore against a hurt Minny secondary seem to good to pass up.

Thoughts?


I think your picks are the rational and safe choices. But do consider V. Jackson. He is due for a big game and when he has a big game, he really has a monster game.


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