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Postby Calix » Tue Aug 20, 2013 11:12 am

So my scoring is PPR, 6 PT all TD, 100 yd bonus RUSH/REC, 2 WR, 2 RB, FLEX. What combination seems the best for my core team?

cj spiller
mjd
reggie bush
dez bryant
dwayne bowe

cj spiller
mjd
ryan mathews
dez bryant
aj green

cj spiller
mjd
eddie lacy
dez bryant
aj green

cj spiller
mjd
dwayne bowe
dez bryant
aj green

Top is my current team, but by trading Bush I can get AJ GREEN/MATHEWS or LACY. Let me know what you think, and I will help in return.
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Re: Best PPR Core team, let me know your thoughts. WHIR ASA

Postby Calix » Tue Aug 20, 2013 9:22 pm

Anyone have an opinion? Really interested what people think as I can pull of the AJ Green/Lacy trade right now for Bush/Shorts.

I think Bush will be great this year, but not sure he is good enough to justify not getting AJ Green. I am really intrigued by
CJ Spiller
MJD
Bowe/Lacy
Dez
AJ

THanks!
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Re: Best PPR Core team, let me know your thoughts. WHIR ASA

Postby spread eagles » Tue Aug 20, 2013 9:30 pm

I like Team 1 best, then Team 4

bowe is going to put up some really nice numbers this year with reid and alex smith. I like bush in Det. as CJ, think best on steroids in a ppr.

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Re: Best PPR Core team, let me know your thoughts. WHIR ASA

Postby ibweis » Tue Aug 20, 2013 9:36 pm

As much as I want to say I love the teams with the AJ/Dez combo, having a top shelf RB as a flex may be too rich to pass on. I'm an AJ fan as well, but starting RBs are at a premium and in a PPR, Bush will be solid. Lacy is intriguing but it's just too early. The last RB to have any semblance of success in the GB offense was Ahman Green before he became so injury prone. I don't trust MJD this year and it's pretty obvious JAX will be playing from behind every game. Having the RB depth is a good option given you can start 3 RBs.

I say stand pat, but it would be very hard for me to do that myself. Can you look at teams historically that have favored well in your league? Did they have solid RBs with depth or two stud WRs?

Lil help w mine?
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