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PPR - Pick 2: Mathews, Mendenhall, M. Bush

Postby Jdeeds » Thu Dec 08, 2011 1:47 am

I'm in a big playoff game in my PPR league and I can't decide who to start at RB. I originally had Mathews and Bush locked in as my starters, but I'm starting to think Mendy might be a better play over Bush, even in PPR. The Browns have been terrible against the run, so I think it's very likely Mendy could go for 100+ yards and hopefully a score or two. Bush has been more reliable lately though and has been putting up better numbers and catching a decent amount of passes, but it's hard to say what he will be able to do against Green Bay's defense. I'm going with Mathews for sure...but who would you go with in the other RB slot? I appreciate the help and leave your link and I will help you out as well!
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Re: PPR - Pick 2: Mathews, Mendenhall, M. Bush

Postby robotninja » Thu Dec 08, 2011 3:23 am

Mendenhall has to play. The Browns have been getting destroyed by the run all season and especially the last 3 weeks.

I want to say Bush because the Raiders SHOULD run the ball to win but with ppr I think you should go with Mathews as he is more likely to add some catches and the Buffalo SD game hopefully has a lot of points involved.

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