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Who to start at Flex and QB - WHIR

Postby jtillman2001 » Thu Oct 25, 2012 12:18 pm

As A Flex, do I start Vincent Jackson or Chris Johnson

For starting QBs: Vick or Eli........Vick or Big Ben
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Re: Who to start at Flex and QB - WHIR

Postby jonnyfootball » Thu Oct 25, 2012 12:36 pm

Eli is playing the Cowboys D, which is surprisingly good vs the pass. BUT the Cowboys just lost their defensive leader, Sean Lee. He is like Ray Lewis & Troy Palamalu. When defensive leaders are out, the entire defense struggles.

Eli over Vick who has been struggling.

I'd go CJ at flex. you cant go wrong with playing jackson in a flex either, but CJ is playing IND...
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Re: Who to start at Flex and QB - WHIR

Postby goodwidp » Thu Oct 25, 2012 12:41 pm

For Flex, I like CJ2K. I usually prefer a RB in the flex spot as they typically get more touches than WRs, which means more potential for points. Also, Johnson has been playing much better recently so that trend should continue.

For QB, I would sit Vick in both cases. Eli is much more consistent and is equally capable of putting up big numbers though he doesn't have nearly the turnover risk that Vick does. Ben has a terrific matchup with a weak Skins pass DEF and they should be throwing a lot to take advantage of that.


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