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Pick my 3rd WR - I'll help in return

Postby HutchSTL » Wed Nov 23, 2011 9:32 am

I already plan on starting Jordy Nelson and Roddy White. My WR's are my better flex option, but which of the 3 should I start:

DeSean Jackson
Antonio Brown
Laurent Robinson

Jackson has an easy matchup compared to the other two.
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Re: Pick my 3rd WR - I'll help in return

Postby 11stever11 » Wed Nov 23, 2011 9:34 am

Those are all good options but I would start DJax as his matchup is too good to pass up. NE secondary has been rough this year with their injuries. good luck!
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Re: Pick my 3rd WR - I'll help in return

Postby Pl3onner » Wed Nov 23, 2011 9:48 am

The passed couple weeks NE has done really well in the secondary, all things considered. I do realize they've faced some pretty weak defenses. Jackson has been inconsistent, but maybe Maclin being in will convince you to bench him. I think Robinson and Brown are safer bets. On top of that, I think Brown is even safer to get 8-10 points, but Robinson has a better upside. I have the Robinson/Brown dilemma as well, I think Robinson will see more as the only other two serious targets are Witten and Dez who never sees anything in the second half.

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