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Julio, Cobb, Antonio Brown, Marshall

Postby g-regulator2 » Thu Oct 25, 2012 7:42 pm

Im not in that much of a predicament because they all should hold their own, but which one is least likely to have a solid game?

Which 3 should I start?

Julio Jones against Philly and their solid secondary
Randall Cobb against Jacksonville with Jennings and possibly Nelson out as well.
Antonio Brown against the Redskins and their crap pass defense.
Brandon Marshall against Carolina.
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Re: Julio, Cobb, Antonio Brown, Marshall

Postby draftkingsjoe » Fri Oct 26, 2012 8:57 am

Marshall and Brown no doubt. Wouldn't be too scared of the matchup against Philly. I think ATL throws a lot and Jones is much more likely to score than Cobb.
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Re: Julio, Cobb, Antonio Brown, Marshall

Postby jonnyfootball » Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:12 am

I'm going bold with Brown / Cobb.

Since Benson went out Cobb is the leading yards getter on GB, and he scores TD's. He returns punts, and also runs the ball from the RB position a few times per game. He is the second most talented player on the offense behind Rodgers. Cobb is ranked highly this week by experts.

I suspect Carolina to focus on Marshall with deep intent.

Julio is a boom or bust receiver. This guy could put up 30 or 3 vs any match up.
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