In a week obliterated with Byes, this is something I kinda have to get right. Thankfully the guy im playing also is losing a couple starters to the bye week, but his hasn't carried his team like Brees has carried mine. Both Roudolph and Miller seem to be the favorable redzone targets for their respective QB's, and both have favorable matchups (vikings v. redskins and steelers v. titans) for TE's, and for scoring points on; the redskins have allowed over 300 yds/game through the air and 13 passing td's so far this season, whereas the titans are allowing 280 yds/game and 12 passing tds on the season, however 8 of those have come from TE's where the Redskins have allowed only 4 of their 13 receiving td's to be caught by a TE.
Im tempted to play Roudolph just because he is a beast (who has to compete for receptions w/ a darkhorse mvp candidate in Percy Harvin, but still remains Ponder's favorite redzone target), but Tennessee just seems to lay down and die when it comes to blocking opposing TE's, and its not like Big Ben to Miller is a bad combo.
Who do you all think is the better play?
Whir, link me.
QB: Drew Brees
RB: Jamaal Charles, Steven Jackson, The Lawfirm, Ben Tate
WR: Steve Smith, Lance Moore, Danario Alexander, Danny Amendola, Pierre Garcon, Anquan Boldin
TE: Heath Miller
DST: vikings, steelers, colts
K: Matt Bryant