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Postby sportster » Thu Nov 01, 2012 4:09 pm

Would you drop Kyle Rudolph or Brandon Pettigrew
to pick up Danny Amendola? If so which one? STD scoring

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Re: What would you do? WW Help. WHIR!

Postby 42durham » Thu Nov 01, 2012 4:28 pm

No brainer, yes. Amendola is a good fantasy player, those 2 TEs are "just guys" and you can find a FA to easily replace them.

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Postby pedigo328 » Thu Nov 01, 2012 5:04 pm

Most definitely, and then I would point my finger and laugh in the direction of the owner who dropped him. I'm sorry, but it was prompted almost right away that Amendola would be back, and I'm pretty sure the majority of owners have at least one bench seat for him (unless your in a 6 man league or less). Amendola will come back and be a great asset. I would drop Pettigrew. Rudolph has seen a lot more great weeks then him.

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Re: What would you do? WW Help. WHIR!

Postby fierro33 » Thu Nov 01, 2012 5:09 pm

no brainer! and drop rudolph, he hasnt done much in weeks


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Postby broseph jacobs » Thu Nov 01, 2012 5:15 pm

Get Amendola. Even outside of PPR leagues he has a ton of value. I see him being a top 20 WR from here on out in NON-PPR leagues. He's a target monster and will put up the yards. Weeks when he gets TDs will be icing on the cake.

Drop Pettigrew. Rudolph is just a better player than Brandon. Sure, he laid some eggs recently, but if I had to choose one to stick with from here on it would be Rudolph, no question.

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Re: What would you do? WW Help. WHIR!

Postby fatnub2339 » Thu Nov 01, 2012 5:31 pm

for sure pick up amendola, even if you dont need WR help. no point keeping 2 TEs on roster. it's close but i'd drop pettigrew rudolph has been getting plenty of targets the offense is sputtering

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