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WR/Flex. WHIR

Postby drhanl » Thu Sep 27, 2012 7:46 pm

1 PPR. 1 pt per 10 yards rushing, 20 yard receivng.

I need to pick my WR2 and my flex. Currently, have it this way:

WR2: Djax vs NYG
Flex: A. Morris at TB

Bench:
S. Holmes vs SF
D. Moore at DEN
O. Daniels vs DEN

I think the two guys I have slated to play are the most conservative plays. But, I think D. Moore and O. Daniels have great upside this week. TEN gives up the most TE points in the league. Den pass D is also bad.

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Re: WR/Flex. WHIR

Postby northern » Thu Sep 27, 2012 7:53 pm

I would stay with what you have. With Heyward-Bey likely out, I think Moore is going to draw a lot of coverage and make things a little tougher for him. Holmes is facing the SF defense (which isn't as formidable as billed, but still might cause issues). Daniels is ok, and probably the only move I would even consider. However, ultimately, I would keep it as is. Good luck!

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Re: WR/Flex. WHIR

Postby sabomnim » Thu Sep 27, 2012 8:00 pm

I agree.
I would stick with what you have
WHIR 100%
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Re: WR/Flex. WHIR

Postby tarheeldave » Thu Sep 27, 2012 8:04 pm

i like with what you have. see how moore does this week before you start him
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