prophecy135 wrote:Two separate leagues, first is a ppr, have Foster and AJ Green locked in and Julio already done for the week. Need a RB and a flex out of these guys.
Steven Ridley @ MIA
DeMarco Murray vs PHI
DeAngelo Williams @ KC
Vincent Jackson @ DEN
Greg Jennings vs. MIN
Pierre Garçon vs NYG
Ryan Broyles vs IND
Second is a standard but you get points for return yardage, here I am worse off with Colston, Roddy, and Sproles all done, have Foster again in, but need a RB out of these
Mikel LeShoure vs IND
Darren McFadden vs CLE
Marcel Reece vs CLE
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Thank you for the help on mine.
Yes, it's the Miami run defense, but let's not over-think thisL Stevan Ridley is, without a doubt, locked as a started each and every week. It's scary to think you can start Arian Forster at RB1 and Stevan Ridley at RB2. Look out to your opponent! Hey, I also like Ridley because Miami won't be able to keep up with New England's scoring. It's not like Brady ever comes out of the game, or that Belichick stops running up the score; but ya gotta like the option of Ridley picking up some garbage yards to boot.
I tend to play it safe, so starting Greg Jennings seems too high risk/high reward for my taste. Same with DeAngelo Williams. The Panthers are far from a good running team, Tolbert could now vulture goal-line carries with Stewart out, and Cam might just decide to keep a few rushing TD's for himself. Too risky to bank on. I feel the same about DeMarco Murray. Felix has been very good in his absence, and Murray hasn't played in six weeks. I expect a committee. I also wouldn't trust Vincent Jackson to get high production this week against Champ Bailey and the Broncos. I wouldn't want to have my fantasy week hinging on Pierre Garcon (kudos for getting the little French "c" symbol thing in here. Not sure how you accomplished that, but nicely done) getting production Monday night against the Giants. Sure, the NYG secondary is porous. And sure, Garcon seems to get production every week. But 8 catches in the last two games isn't that great, and the likely of him ripping off a big play every game is something I wouldn't bank on.
I would start Broyles against the Colts. It could very well be a shootout between Luck and Stafford, and having Stafford's #2 target aint a bad thing. Did you see this kid on Thanksgiving? He can make plays.
Ridley and Broyles, imho
Again, being the safe bet guy, I want to avoid Reece and McFadden because I don't know what that's going to look like. I know one thing: Run DMC is coming off a multi-week injury, and Reece has been too good to ignore. Timeshare on the horizon. I like Mikel LeShoure. He seems to get better and better as the season progresses, and he's poised for a big week against the 24th ranked Colts RB defense. Even if is is a shootout, LeShoure will absolutely get involved: he's been too good not to, he has a nose for the end-zone (second half of the season), and the Indy run D is too weak to ignore.
Best of luck to you.