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Who gets garbage time? Ingram or P. Thomas?

Postby Zixiss » Tue Sep 18, 2012 8:05 am

Basically, I don't like my options for my flex and I took the two NO RBs in late rounds just cause I figured one would take over or get injured (as NO RBs seem to do every year for the last several years)
I'll go Garcon if he plays but that isn't looking good.

My thought is this: who gets the garbage time when NO blows out KC?
My initial vote was Ingram, who gets more total carries and is younger. But then again Thomas is the better 3rd down back/protection RB, so maybe he stays in to rush/screen/block. Thoughts? Open to alternative ideas as well so I posted the relevant bench.
And before you ask I'm not liking V Jack vs the Dallas secondary, but it's probably the best option if both NO rbs are bad ideas.

Matt Cassel, KC QB
RB LeSean McCoy, Phi RB
RB Alfred Morris, Wsh RB
RB/WR Mark Ingram, NO RB
WR Roddy White, Atl WR
WR Victor Cruz, NYG WR

BENCH
Fred Jackson*, Buf RB
Bench Vincent Jackson, TB WR
Bench Pierre Garcon, Wsh WR Q
Bench Pierre Thomas, NO RB
Bench Philip Rivers, SD QB
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Re: Who gets garbage time? Ingram or P. Thomas?

Postby thekid » Tue Sep 18, 2012 1:51 pm

V Jax for me, I hate trying to predict who get's carries in those rbbc's
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Re: Who gets garbage time? Ingram or P. Thomas?

Postby millenniumfalcon » Tue Sep 18, 2012 3:57 pm

Ingram against that KC defense.

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