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  1. PPR. 6pts TDs. zero pts up to 39yrds. 5pts at 40yds then .1pt/yd. Extra pts based on TD distance -- opts at 1-9yds up to 15pts for 50yds+. I have them as even. Will MJD take 10+ touches away from McFadden? Will Mia D focus on Ivory? I'm 50-50. Please help.
  2. sry wrong forum
  3. Definitely Reed, IMO. Philly's passing D is 2nd to last in the league. Reed keeps getting lots of looks. Car D can shut down any O, even NE's. Please see mine. http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=698992
  4. Lamar at home against San Diego. Ivory at Buffalo. Neither opponent has a particularly good rushing D. PPR Rushing/Receiving 40-59 yds. 5 60-79 7 80-99 9 100-119 11 120-139 13 140-159 15 160-179 17 180-199 19 200-219 21 220 + 23 Rushing, Passing, and Receiving Touchdowns Distance Points 1-9 yds. 5 10-19 7 20-29 9 30-39 11 40-49 13 50 + 15
  5. If you can use one of those RBs in the flex, I would not trade any of them. 4 valuable RBs come playoff time puts you in great shape. I'd pick up a WR off the wire (maybe A Dobson?) and take your chances. Not too high on Jeffrey. Now, if you could get a Fitz or similar under achieving WR, then maybe I'd reconsider. pls see mine: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=697438
  6. I think it depends on your situation. Brown is a safer bet to get you middle of the road pts. Richardson just can;t get it done. Indy has to see that by now. Brown will likely get 12-15 touches, but is against a fairly touch rushing D. Stills might go 1/13/0 or 5/120/2. Who knows? If you are struggling to get to the playoffs in a league where total points gets you in, I'd take Stills. Otherwise, if you are just trying to eke out a win, I'd go Brown. pls see mine: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=697438
  7. PPR. 6pts TDs. .1pt/yd. Rough bye week. I need 1 of 3. A Dobson NE vs Pit, J Simpson Min vs Dal, or D McCluster KC vs Buf. McCluster is this week's sweetheart pick, but I have to think Bowe will start to get more looks. Dobson coming on in NE, but lots of competition for touches there. Simpson is the prime target against a soft D, but has Ponder throwing. Weak ### choices. Please help. Leave link and will answer yours.
  8. I keep hearing Richardson is going to come in and play the majority of the snaps in his first week. Can this really be? With R Bush out I need Bradshaw to get my some points. What do you guys think?
  9. Really tough one. I targeted Tate often in my drafts this year and am starting him as a flex in a couple of leagues. Though it appears S Rice is healthy now, it is Tate who has the repoire with Russell. Sudfeld has yet to play a down in a real game. He will likely get some targets just because the NE offense uses TEs so much, but I think it's Thompkins who wins the rookie award for NE this week/yr. With Vereen and Amendola also there, Brady just has too many options to think Sudfeld will have a high ceiling. Russell will throw less but target Tate more. They probably get a similar number of looks, but I think Tate does more with them. Pls see mine: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=689320
  10. Thompkins. Amendola is still nursing his injury. Thompkins has looked electric in the pre-season. Brady is going to throw it 40+ times. He will pick apart the Bills secondary. Even if it was just because of sheer volume, I'd go Thompkins. GB's d is better than people think and Kaep's style can be game-planned against. Pls see mine: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=689320
  11. Definitely Schaub. SD def is awful. Chi, despite the loss of Urlacher will still be pretty good, esp the D backs. Also, Schaub has a healthy D Hopkins and A Johnson and Foster will be limited. Tate will pick up the slack, but Schaub will still be passing to his bevy of targets. With Johnson, Hopkins, and Daniels, I see Schaub lighting it up. Pls see mine: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=689320
  12. Oak has a chance to go 0-16 this year. They are that bad. NO D sucks really bad and is missing Vilma and Smith, but they did ge Rob Ryan as their new D coordinator in the offseason. Both QBs should have a field day. I'd give a slight edge to Luck simply because Atl has S Jax to hand the ball to at the goal line, limiting Ryan's passing TD totals. Pls see mine: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=689320
  13. Close, but I'd go Wilson. Much better runner than Bush. Bush, better value if it was PPR. Bush still has J Bell and LeShoure to contend with for touches. Wilson, no one. He may even get the goal line carries. Lastly, Det has looked awful in the pre-season, Giants ok (but still not great). Slight edge to Wilson. Pls see mine: http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=689320
  14. 1ppr. 6pts TD. .1pt/yd. I need one of 4 for my flex: G Tate (WR SEA), B Hartline (WR MIA), F Davis (TE WAS) or Bradshaw (RB IND). I'm figuring if Bradshaw plays a lot, I should slot him in. He's been healthy and practicing for about 10 days and OAK D sucks. Will it be a 50-50 time share with Ballard? Will that be enough? What do you think? Leave link and will answer yours up to 10:30central.