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just posted this in the Hugh thread...figure, why not post it here as well...

 

WR's...I have to start 3....here's the scoring rules...

 

1 pt per rec

1 pt per 10 rec yds

5 pt bonus@100 yds

 

rec TD's:

6 points

Plus 1 point for a ReTD of 10 to 29 Yds

Plus 2 points for a ReTD of 30 to 49 Yds

Plus 3 points for a ReTD of 50 to 99 Yds

 

options...

 

A Johnson v Steelers

A Boldin v Rams

A Bryant @ Packers

K Curtis @ Card's

R Ferguson v Browns

T Taylor @ Bengals - likely the odd man out...

R Gardner v Patriots - I won't consider him until he actually plays (likely this week)

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First of all, you have to start Boldin. Personally, I'm not buying this Fitzgerald as #1 for sure thing. Let him prove me wrong... but Boldin's still a stud. Start him.

 

I don't like Bryant, for some reason. This Frisman Jackson thing last week scares me off. Plus, they're eventually going to want to start incorporating Edwards into the mix more and more.

 

As tough as the Steelers are, Andre Johnson's just too hugh of a stud to sit. Play him.

 

As for your third, it's between Curtis and Ferguson. You know what, I like Ferguson this week. The guy has something to prove. He came out and said it... he might just come out and back up his words with production.

 

Taylor could have a decent game, but limited upside. Hold off on Gardner, for now.

 

So, Johnson, Boldin and Ferguson are my picks (now to go see what Hugh told you to do... :D )

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First of all, you have to start Boldin.  Personally, I'm not buying this Fitzgerald as #1 for sure thing.  Let him prove me wrong... but Boldin's still a stud.  Start him.

 

I don't like Bryant, for some reason.  This Frisman Jackson thing last week scares me off.  Plus, they're eventually going to want to start incorporating Edwards into the mix more and more. 

 

As tough as the Steelers are, Andre Johnson's just too hugh of a stud to sit.  Play him.

 

As for your third, it's between Curtis and Ferguson.  You know what, I like Ferguson this week.  The guy has something to prove.  He came out and said it... he might just come out and back up his words with production. 

 

Taylor could have a decent game, but limited upside.  Hold off on Gardner, for now.

 

So, Johnson, Boldin and Ferguson are my picks (now to go see what Hugh told you to do... :D )

 

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ahah yea...I hate to start Andre...but I can't sit him...I still like Bryant and am not worried about Frisman...however, Ferguson and Curtis peak my interest in starting...so you added some food for thought...

 

 

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I would roll the dice on Ferguson ... he will be in there a lot more than usual and Favre will sling a few wild bombs his way. I have a feeling Driver will be covered tight and maybe Ferguson won't. They thought he could be the #1 a couple of years back and there has to be SOME reason why....anyway just my thoughts.

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Boldin for sure.

 

Not so convinced about AJohnson. Stud, yes ... but what did that get you last week against BUF. If you liked his production last week then by all means stick with him against a tough PIT team.

 

I don't particularily care for Ferguson either ... he has never gotten the job done. I don't see him miraclously becoming a stud.

 

Bryant :D ... not a big fan but I'd start him over the other options. Its not like GB has a defense.

 

Taylor and Garnder aren't worth starts either.

 

Hey wait a minute ... that leaves me one short :doah: :D Clearly AJohnson is the best talent you have so given your other options I go with him.

 

So ... AJohnson, Boldin, Bryant.

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Johnson, Boldin, Taylor. Taylor is being drummed up as a big threat in the vertical game and Daunte has a lot to make up for last week's performance. Cincy doesn't have nearly the rush that TB has so he may have time to throw the ball this week. (In addition to dropped balls in the red zone, that was the leading factor to his dismal stats last week).

 

I'm not saying that Taylor is guy I look forward to injecting to my line-up, just that he shouldn't be overlooked.

 

All said, he fares better than unproven Ferguson-like players you have to consider IMO.

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Boldin for sure.

 

Bryant - I'm not worried about Frisman or Braylon. I think Bryant will be the man this year for Cleveland, well as much as he can be on a shytty team

 

I'm a former Johnson owner so I'd avoid him and roll the dice with......

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I don't know. Fergi, Curtis or Johnson. Take your pick. All logic points to Johnson I guess SYS, but is he really a stud with no offensive line and one good year?

 

These are all things you already know. Good luck.

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Boldin for sure.

 

Bryant - I'm not worried about Frisman or Braylon.  I think Bryant will be the man this year for Cleveland, well as much as he can be on a shytty team

 

I'm a former Johnson owner so I'd avoid him and roll the dice with......

with............................

with.........................................

 

I don't know. Fergi, Curtis or Johnson.  Take your pick.  All logic points to Johnson I guess SYS, but is he really a stud with no offensive line and one good year?

 

These are all things you already know.  Good luck.

 

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yea, I preciate all the replies in such a short time....

 

I hate starting AJ this week...and I know if I bench him, the outcome will be like last week when I benched one of my RB studs because I'm stacked like Pamela Lee at RB...boy, did I regret that....so I'm just going to start my studs...or players that are supposed to be studs, rather...

 

I'd love to roll the dice with Ferguson/Curtis/Taylor....and run with Bryant/Boldin as my 1-2 punch...

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