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Some how made the playoffs, WR ??

Postby kodadog » Wed Dec 12, 2012 9:54 am

It took a team to lose 3 straight and me out scoring him by 46pts over the last 3 weeks to make the playoffs, but I'm in. I can start 2 WR's and a WR/TE. What 3 to start. The first 2 are no brainers in my mind.
Marshall and D. Alexander.
The last one is going to be determined by injuries and if they play. Here is who I have left:
Cecil Shorts, Dez Bryant, D Amendola, Chris Givens, and V Davis.
If healthy it is going to be Shorts or Bryant (PS picked Bryant up off of WW as the team I'm playing dropped him).
My other starters:
Rodgers, D Martin, CJ Spiller, Hansen, Sea D
DMC,Cinci D
3 of these:
Marshall, Alexander, Shorts, Bryant, Amendola, Givens, Davis

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Re: Some how made the playoffs, WR ??

Postby oscar15 » Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:21 pm

Out of the list to pick three at the bottom of your post I take
If you can wait to declare your final starter I go with Bryant. You will have Davis as a back if Bryant doesn't play
Check the late games for a FA that you can "plug and play" for Bryant if he does not play.

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Re: Some how made the playoffs, WR ??

Postby JDNaumiec » Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:35 pm

I think you're fine regardless. Shorts would be a good option against Miami, so would Amendola against MIN. I'd stick with Bryant out of all 3 if he plays. If somehow none of them play, I'd check out who's available on waivers.

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