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Postby Guest » Thu Sep 05, 2002 6:50 pm

Which two of the above three should I start this week? Any help appreciated.
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Postby n_tremain23 » Thu Sep 05, 2002 10:31 pm

I would start Johnie Morton out of those three.
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Postby kashikis » Fri Sep 06, 2002 8:07 am

i'd start coles because the jets play buffalo and they have a weak secondary i also expect that it will be a passing orientated game minus obviously c-mart's touches
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Not a bad choice.

Postby trentvaughn » Fri Sep 06, 2002 8:33 am

Start Morton and Coles. They'll both have a good game.

Morton is the tested WR on this years Chiefs squad. Green and Morton will be a nice combo this year. Coles is just lighting things up in New Jersey. The Buffalo secondary isn't terrible, but the Jets are on an offensive roll.

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Postby DraftDodger » Fri Sep 06, 2002 10:55 am

You people are beginning to scare the hell out of me. Not start Terry Glenn?????

FAVRE is da bomb, everyone here says so, but evidently they all think he's gonna throw to the invisible man.

Terry Glenn vs the Atlanta secondary is a CRIME. But it will be Atlanta feeling the punishment. Glenn will be open all night long, and he's good enough that he will get the ball even against the inevitable double teams. Terry Glenn and Jimmy Smith will likely be the big WR winners this week (although I am sure Dallas will exploit the Texans, they will prefer to give E. Smith the easy carries rather than do alot of passing). Glenn's history of injury is exactly that---HISTORY. Until he gets injured, play him! When he's on the field, he is very tough to beat. If he sits on your bench Week 1, you are going to get laughed out of your league when he puts up incredible numbers.

Upside, gentlemen ... it's about upside. Favre/Glenn vs Atlanta is about as much upside as you'll ever see. Glenn had good numbers in New England and they will be even better in Green Bay, a team with more focus on big plays. I can't count the number of times I've seen Glenn streaking all alone towards the end zone and Bledsoe throwing to the opposite side of the field because he never looked off a receiver (one of Bledsoe's major faults; the other is that he actually got worse at reading defenses/getting rid of the ball). Favre won't make that mistake, and Favre/Glenn owners will reap the rewards. Glenn is also one of those receivers who is always a threat to go the distance every time he catches the ball, not one of those lumbering guys who guarantees you over-the-middle catches but few big plays. Watch the Atlanta game. I bet that at least once he makes a huge gain (50-60 yds) off a 9 or 10-yard pass play.
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