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Cut L. Moore?

Postby chiroacademy » Wed Nov 21, 2012 11:14 am

10 team League
.5 PPR
only 4 teams make the playoffs

I'm in 3rd

I want to pick up either Kaepernick or a TE

I have M. Ryan at QB with no back up and Gresham at TE with no back up

I have 6 WR, who do I drop?

B. Marshall
L. Moore
Heyward-Bays
Calvin Johnson
Danerio Alexander
Edelman

My estimates based on match ups is that I would use Moore and Heyward-bays the least the rest of the year.
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Re: Cut L. Moore?

Postby chiroacademy » Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:44 pm

Based on another forum, I am thinking Edelman or Heyward-Bays. I like the feedback from this forum better so I would really like to hear what you think?

Should I even drop a WR to get a QB? Please help
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Re: Cut L. Moore?

Postby archie814 » Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:55 pm

At this point, you have to start preparing for the playoffs. Lance Moore is definitely droppable at this point if you feel like you would never play him over your other WRs. Marshall and Johnson are must starts, so you have maybe a flex spot for a WR or RB (guessing).

If so and you feel like you can play matchups better with Kap or a TE, then don't hesitate about it. It's not crazy or anything. Realistically, now that the BYEs are over with, you have your lineup that will probably be the same every week for the most part. Of a TE vs QB, I'd rather have the backup QB there because the TE's will be there if you need them and the QB points are much more important.

Good luck.
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