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Set for the playoffs?

Postby planb » Wed Nov 28, 2012 9:06 am

Currently in first place in a 10 team Yahoo league.

Tony Romo
Andy Dalton

Calvin Johnson
Julio Jones
Steve Smith
Sidney Rice
Michael Crabtree
Brandon Lloyd

Doug Martin
Marshawn Lynch
BenJarvus Green-Ellis

Vernon Davis
Antonio Gates

Jason Hanson

New England


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Re: Set for the playoffs?

Postby bandoogie » Fri Nov 30, 2012 5:10 am

Get rid of Lloyd and pick up Turbin. You have to handcuff your studs when applicable at this point. I dropped Gates in one league for Dallas Clark. Or if Kyle Rudolph is available. If Davis doesn't do anything this week, I'd consider dropping him and Gates for another TE and a wild card or handcuff like David Wilson or Shane Vereen. I'd rather have T.Y. Hilton, Ryan Broyles, Justin Blackmon, or Danario Alexander ahead of Michael Crabtree and maybe even Sidney Rice at this point. Kaepernick is not locked on to Crab like Alex Smith was and I don't particularly like Seattle's fantasy playoff schedule Look on your wire and play the matchups at QB moving forward see if Freeman or Kaep are available, and if you like their matchups moving forward more than Dalton, swap em. Freeman in particular has some really tasty fantasy playoff matchups. I like this weeks' matchup for the Patriots D, but after that, I'm not sure. I know one of these weeks they play the Texans. Scour the wire and play the matchups. The Jets are one of the intriguing possibilities for the fantasy playoffs. And make sure Bryce Brown isn't still available. In the end, go with your gut.
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