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Should I pick up WR D. Bowe through WW? WHIR 100%

Postby Matt214racer » Thu Oct 18, 2012 6:46 pm

I just seen in the Activity portion of My Leagues Home Page that another team dropped WR Dwayne Bowe KC!!! So question is should I drop one of my WR's on my team now to pick up D. Bowe through Waiver Wire? My Team roster and NON PPR League Format R Listed Below so pls let me know wat u think I should Do, I'd appreciate it very much and if u need Help leave link with ur answer Thanks!!!

{My Roster it's a NON PPR League!!}
QB:(Matthew Stafford)and(Joe Flacco)
RB:(LeSean McCoy),(Jamaal Charles),
(Alfred Morris)and(Mikel Leshoure)
WR:(Andre Johnson),(James Jones),
(Mike Williams),(Kenny Britt),
(Denarius Moore)and(Josh Gordon)
TE:(Aaron Hernandez)
K:(Sebastian Janikowski)
DEF:(San Fransisco)
{My NON PPR League Format!!}
{Have To Start}:1QB,2RB,2WR,1TE,
1Flex(RB/WR),Kicker & DEFENSE
6 Bench players
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Re: Should I pick up WR D. Bowe through WW? WHIR 100%

Postby oxhammer » Thu Oct 18, 2012 7:03 pm

I'd drop Gordon for him. Not sure about using your waiver on him though. It depends on whether it's a high priority or not. Looking at your team, I don't really see another spot that you'd upgrade at besides WR and QB from waivers, so it might be a good use of waivers regardless of priority.

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