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WR depth question

Postby Legen--dary » Mon Sep 02, 2013 4:20 am

Just drafted a 10 team .5 ppr league. standard lineup

QB Stafford
RB Charles, Trent Richardson, MJD, Sproles and Benard
WR. Cruz, Shorts, Hilton, Thompkins, Gordon
TE. Sudfeld

I knew I was gonna wait on TE and see how it plays out week to week and obviously I went RB heavy and felt that WR depth was going to be there late. Do you think I should see if my WRs can collectively fill that WR2 spot or should I trade a RB for a WR? I took Sproles instead of Welker in the 5th because I thought it was too good of value to pass him up, but it left me without a clear WR2. I like all my WR options, they just are all young and unproven. Right now I would start Shorts week 1? Any advice? stand pat for now? start Shorts? Thanks a lot for any help.
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Re: WR depth question

Postby Gibbs Baby!!! » Mon Sep 02, 2013 12:19 pm

I like Hilton vs the Raiders lack of defense for week 1.

And I like your WR corps...I think Gordon and Thompkins will be your #'s 2 & 3 as the season progresses.

Help with mine? viewtopic.php?f=44&t=536933
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