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tarheelpride

Who to Start at WR/TE?

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Need some advice on this:

I'm in the playoffs and I have:

Witten vs. Pitt

Brandon Gibson vs. Minny

Floyd vs. Us

T.Y. Hilton against Houston

The rest of my lineup is set. Who should I go with and why?

I don't like the Witten matchup at all. I got B. Marshall and Cobb at my other WR positions and D. Murray, Reggie Bush, and Steven Jackson at RB

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If you dont have to play a te i wouldnt. Anyone good on waivers?

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If you dont have to play a te i wouldnt. Anyone good on waivers?

I grabbed Gibson off waivers, other than that waiver wire is poo. I don't have to play a TE.

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