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romo or vick for schaub/floyd

Postby goose in my step » Wed Sep 05, 2012 5:45 pm

would u do romo or vick for schaub/floyd with this lineup
qb: matt schaub
rb1: chris johnson
rb2: darren mcfadden
wr1: jordy nelson
wr2: percy harvin
te: brent celek (jason witten when healthy)
flex: steven jackson
defense: texans
k: garret hartley
bench
witten(temp)
malcom floyd
brandon lafell
darrius heyward-bey
seahawks defense
stevan ridley (acquired from waivers)
ryan fitzpatrick

i get to upgrade my qb without giving up anyone on my starting lineup, but floyd might be in for a huge season now that vjax is gone and meachem is still building chemistry with rivers. so im torn on whether its worth it to give him up so i can upgrade at qb
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Re: romo or vick for schaub/floyd

Postby jayjayusa » Wed Sep 05, 2012 5:48 pm

Schaub/Harvin for Romo.
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Re: romo or vick for schaub/floyd

Postby rclement3915 » Wed Sep 05, 2012 6:01 pm

I would def move Schaub and Floyd for Vick or Romo.


You've got Nelson and Harvin to start every week. DHB n Lafell are both decent upside guys and someone will likely be on the WW to pickup at the WR position. It's that deep this year.

You'll likely never be starting Floyd anyways barring injury/bye week so I'd def make a move to bolster your QB position.
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