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mikestrike

Interesting Situation I'm In

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I'm falling behind in points in my league. I need to make a comeback bad, and my starting lineup for Week 12 is a tough decision

 

Andrew Luck vs. Buffalo- easy game, but Luck has a habit of only showing up when the score goes high enough and he needs to compete

RG III vs. Dallas- hard defense, but Griffin came back strong and has Garcon back

 

Roddy White vs. TB- A must start, especially in this matchup

Wes Welker vs. Jets- decent D, and Welker's performance has been lacking, but Gronk got injured, so his targets in the end zone should be higher now

Randall Cobb vs. Giants- 6 TDs in his last 4 games, and NY allows for plenty of points

Victor Cruz vs. GB- everyone calls him a must start, and Eli should be stronger after the Bye, but his performance has been so bad the past few weeks

Miles Austin vs. Redskins- Matchups don't get much easier, but Austin's been dropping passes while Dez has been a favorite target

Pierre Garcon vs. Dallas- Bad matchup, still recovering, but Griffin will need him

 

McFadden vs. Bengals- probably won't play, or at least will be on a time share

Ray Rice vs. San Diego- A must start, as everyone tells me

Alfred Morris vs. Dallas- A bad matchup, and Griffin may likely need to pass a lot to keep up

Mikel Leshoure vs. Houston- horrible matchup, but Houston's D was non-existent last week

 

So who should I start in a non-ppr with 3 WR slots and 2 RB slots?

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I don't see why I should trust Cruz over Cobb when Cobb has the better matchup, and the better history over this past month. Also, is RG III still a safe bet over Andrew Luck?

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Whatever you do DO NOT sit Cobb. Ride him with white and prob Welker as a safe play but if you're really needing pts go Cruz over welker. Cruz due for a big game as is Eli. Start rg3 until he proves he shouldn't be. And rice and morris are the picks at rb I would choose.

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Hmm, I'm really questioning who is in for a bigger game. Gronk is gone, and this week is a division game, so I think Brady might just throw TDs all night. Cruz is due for another good game, but this GB game is only good to solidify NY's standing for the playoffs.

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