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Postby millerpark » Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:34 am

Several options at the FLEX slot!
Leave VY in there?
Leave a link and I will do the same!

STARTERS:
QB Tom Brady @ PHI
WR Dez Bryant *PLAYED*
WR Vincent Jackson vs DEN
RB Reggie Bush *PLAYED*
RB Jonathan Stewart @ IND
TE Brent Celek vs NE
Q/W/R/T Vince Young vs NE


BENCH:
Andy Dalton vs CLE
Michael Crabtree *PLAYED*
Matt Leinart @JAC
Antonio Brown @KC
Toby Gerhart @ ATL
Santana Moss @ SEA
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Re: Flex Options

Postby 11stever11 » Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:38 am

Any time you can play a QB at flex I would do it especially when its a VY type QB. good luck! ;-D
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Re: Flex Options

Postby Kirby » Sun Nov 27, 2011 10:03 am

thanks for help on mine

I agree with last poster, QB is the way to go at flex if you have that option, and while I thing young will fall flat on his face this week, I think he will do so in tim tebow fashion and still put up a solid fantasy outing
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Re: Flex Options

Postby cloudng8 » Sun Nov 27, 2011 10:07 am

Gonna agree with everyone else... qb has the most upside plus vy can run the ball if he needs too going against a weak pats 2nd.
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D:Cinn
K:Gould
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Re: Flex Options

Postby Bradley Metz » Sun Nov 27, 2011 10:13 am

11stever11 wrote:Any time you can play a QB at flex I would do it especially when its a VY type QB. good luck! ;-D


This is your answer. Although it's between Andy Dalton and Vince Young... Dalton has been looking strong the past couple weeks, with a healthy a.j. green and a Jerome Simpson who filled the void last week very well. I would say Dalton, just because I am not completely sure of vicks status, or maclin's status.
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Re: Flex Options

Postby Deeman8351 » Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:47 am

Thanks for the help on mine. I would look into Vincent Jackson's history with Champ Bailey since you have Antonio Brown on your bench. I know it would be hard to bench him since he can put up huge up numbers but I'm pretty sure Bailey has held Vincent to less than 70 yds the past few meetings. Brown should have a huge night against KC.
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Re: Flex Options

Postby KenDawg19 » Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:53 am

I also agree. Gotta roll with QB at flex. VY over Dalton.

Thanks for mine. You still like Fred Davis over Blount for my flex?

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Re: Flex Options

Postby flbowguy » Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:58 am

QB in the Flex FTW... like everyone else said Young or Dalton, I'd play Young.
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Re: Flex Options

Postby steelglam » Sun Nov 27, 2011 12:11 pm

Thanks for the help on mine. While Brown may have a good night against the Chiefs, I would also think that one of the QBs is in most situations a better choice--including this week. Normally, I'd say Dalton over Vince Young, but not this week. Dalton is up against a suffocating Browns pass D, while Young is up against a porous New England pass D. I'd go with Young if I were in your situation.
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