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Steve Smith of James Jones

Postby prince_45243 » Fri Dec 07, 2012 1:10 pm

S. Smith vs. ATL
J. Jones vs. DET

Both are home games. Cobb is injured which may increase jones looks. S.Smith is the better WR playing a solid ATL passing defense while J. Jones plays a much easier DET game.

I also have Justin Blackmon vs. NYJ and Maclin @TB.
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Re: Steve Smith of James Jones

Postby robotninja » Fri Dec 07, 2012 2:37 pm

Not trying to be a homer but I would roll with Jones, only downside is that his value is TD dependent.

I think you are mistaking Cobb for Nelson who will not play. Jennings is back but may still have to get some rapport going with Rodgers, I see Jennings on one side, Cobb mostly in the slot (and really all over the field like Percy Harvin) with Jones running a lot of deep and over routes against a #2 corner at best, most likey a #3.

Jones is probably your home run ball and Steve smith is a bit more of a safer play being a #1 WR in an offense that has been clicking.

Smiths big week last week mostly came in garbage time but there is a possiblity of that happening again, GB vs Det should be a shootout, the first matchup was fairly low scoring and I kinda doubt that happens again.

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