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who to start this week?

(X)'s denote current lineup

QB:

Joe Flacco (X) vs Cleveland

Alex Smith @ Seattle

HB:

Ray Rice (X) vs Cleveland

Michael Turner (X) @ New Orleans

DeAngelo Williams (FLEX) vs Tampa Bay

Jonathan Stewart vs Tampa Bay

Ben Tate

(inb4 homer fine young male, i picked them up off waivers pretty recently)

WR:

Steve Smith (X) vs Tampa Bay

Brandon Marshall (X) @ New England

Vincent Jackson @ Detroit

Denarius Moore @ Kansas City

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I'd stay with Flacco. I like that matchup much better.

Everything else is pretty kosher with me, except WR. I might give a second look at Vincent Jackson against Detroit. I think V-Jax will have a better chance (and QB) than Brandon Marshall will have. Chargers are pretty hot right now, so I would jump on that train, personally.

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I'd stay with Flacco. I like that matchup much better.

Everything else is pretty kosher with me, except WR. I might give a second look at Vincent Jackson against Detroit. I think V-Jax will have a better chance (and QB) than Brandon Marshall will have. Chargers are pretty hot right now, so I would jump on that train, personally.

don't know if i should trust d-will simply because there's no guarantee with our backfield. i like marshall's matchup with NE's secondary obv, but you make a good point about the chargers

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You gotta take into account the fact that Matt Moore always looks to Marshall's side first and will throw it to him even though he's quadruple covered haha so I like Marshall against NE. I do like VJax against Detroit too because they can't cover anyone lately, so I say go with your heart your WR dilemma. For your flex, is there anyone worth picking up off FA? I don't like D-will or J-stew mainly because Cam kills there goal line carries.

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not really feeling anyone currently available via waivers. i guess the only decision to make is Vjax or d-will

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hahha nice man, I was gonna see if you went with him or not.

Dallas screwed me over big time in my league, so now I need Brees to get me like 43 points to win. Doesn't seem like it'll happen though.

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hahha nice man, I was gonna see if you went with him or not.

Dallas screwed me over big time in my league, so now I need Brees to get me like 43 points to win. Doesn't seem like it'll happen though.

fuging dallas lol.

i wouldn't rule out the possibility of brees getting 43 :o

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Yea according to past games I would need 370 yds and 3 TD's.....fingers crossed lol

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