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FLEX (PPR): S. Ridley, G. Jennings, F. Jackson

Postby phluux » Sat Dec 08, 2012 8:44 pm

My case for each...

Ridley: Consistent.
Jennings: Nelson out, he's healthy.
Jackson: 27 touches last week.
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Re: FLEX (PPR): S. Ridley, G. Jennings, F. Jackson

Postby bandoogie » Sat Dec 08, 2012 8:54 pm

I read somewhere Bills coach said FJax got so many touches because it was raining and he felt FJax was a better runner in that kind of weather so I wouldn't expect anywhere near the same amount of touches for him this week. I think Ridley is the safer play, but Jennings has higher upside. You know Rodgers will sling the ball and Jennings is #1. I don't know for sure, but I don't think Ridley catches many passes either.
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Re: FLEX (PPR): S. Ridley, G. Jennings, F. Jackson

Postby phluux » Sat Dec 08, 2012 8:59 pm

Thanks for the response. Yeah, Jackson would be last of the three, IMO. Ridley doesn't catch the ball much at all. Jennings is currently in there because I do feel that he has the most upside, especially in PPR over Ridley.
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Re: FLEX (PPR): S. Ridley, G. Jennings, F. Jackson

Postby phluux » Sun Dec 09, 2012 10:37 am

Posted this last night. Hopefully I can get some more feedback.

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Re: FLEX (PPR): S. Ridley, G. Jennings, F. Jackson

Postby Carnac » Sun Dec 09, 2012 10:42 am

I like Ridley out of that group. He is going to touch the ball more often. While it's true he doesn't catch many passes, he will get some red zone touches. Houston has loosened up against the run recently. I see Ridley for one TD and decent yards. Rodgers has too many targets to predict which receiver will get the love.

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