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Consider Leshoure over Lynch or Ridley this week?

Postby FirstCoast » Wed Nov 28, 2012 11:25 am

10 team ESPN standard scoring league. 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, 2 FLEX, 1 DS/T, 1 K. 7 bench, any positions.

QB - Matthew Stafford, Andrew Luck
RB - Marshawn Lynch, Stevan Ridley, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Steven Jackson, Mikel Leshoure
WR - Victor Cruz, Andre Johnson, Eric Decker, Justin Blackmon, Cecil Shorts III
TE - Vernon Davis, Brandon Myers
DS/T - Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos
K - Justin Tucker

I got the rest of the lineup figured out, but there are some concerning match ups this week. Lynch has Chicago, and Ridley has Miami. I'm not too enthusiastic about both. Meanwhile, Leshoure gets Indy, which I like. Would it be worth it to put Leshoure in over one of them? I'm in no danger of missing the playoffs, but a win could get me the #2 seed and a 1st round bye, which would be nice.
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Re: Consider Leshoure over Lynch or Ridley this week?

Postby c1turbo » Wed Nov 28, 2012 11:37 am

I would put Leshoure over Lynch.
He's been bottled up and sea stinks on the road.

I dont' think you need to worry about ridley's matchup since its a division game. If they stuff the run, then that means brady throws 4 TD's and ridley will have 4 tds. NEP usually run the score up on this mia team.
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