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About DNorbsODS

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  1. Flex Positions, WDIS?

    I'd sit Henderson and Driver. Good luck!
  2. Any help would be appreciated. My team has backed into the playoffs. After starting the season 5-0-1, I went 2-5 in the last 7 and still managed to grab one of the four playoff spots. My team is cold, injured, and I'm in a boatload of trouble. My WR's are as follows: L. Coles vs Buffalo M. Colston @ Dallas Muhammad @ STL Chambers vs NE I must start two. This is a performance league. Coles/Colston would seem like the most reasonable play, but I really DO NOT want to be screwed by a game-time decision Colston again. Even if he is back, how effective will he be in his first game back @ Dallas? Chambers has been a huge bust all season, but had a pretty good game last week. He has screwed me all season, and I don't like to put my playoff hopes in his hands. NE's pass defense isn't that amazing. Muhammad could go beserk against the Rams, but Grossman has been playing like garbage lately and this is another VERY RISKY play. I need to have my lineup set by tomorrow. Thanks in advance.
  3. WDIS @ RB?

    Wow, tough one. I'd sit Gore or Taylor. Flip a coin. Seriously.
  4. I have Tiki as my number one back @ Chicago. Who do you suggest starting as the number two? Mike Bell @ Oakland.. Oakland just plain sucks. The only somewhat decent part of their team is their pass defense. Brandon Jacobs @ Chicago - Tiki might get some yards, but they might need the big boy to smash it in on Chicago's defense near the goal line. Reuben Droughns @ ATL ATL hasn't exactly been shutting down the run lately. Reub looks to rebound after facing a tough San Diego run defense.
  5. Who to start at #2 WR?

  6. Colston/Moss or Plax/Moss for Housh?

    Umm this guy is seriously overpaying for Housh...either trade is a steal for you...
  7. I'm not quite sure who to start as my #2 WR this week... My options are as follows: Chris Chambers @ Bears or Michael Jenkins @ Detroit Why I would play Chambers: Although I have been saying it all season and it may not actually happen, Chambers is "due" for a good game. More importantly, the Fins might get spanked and Chambers might get some garbage yards (and maybe a garbage TD) after Miami abandons the run. Why I would play Jenkins: M.Jenkins has scored in each of his last two games. As Vick gets better, so do his receiving options. My opponent is starting Vick this week. Opinions?
  8. Help is this a good deal or not!

    This one is a no-brainer...go for it.
  9. Which stud RB this week...

    Touchdown heavy league? There is no option.... L T
  10. In my league, this was the only move I could have made for a QB. The lesser QB's like you mentioned are number one's on some teams. The other decent trade-worthy QB's are on the bench of guys who are never willing to make trades. Thus, I had to bolster one of the worst teams who happened to have Manning (and almost nothing else). I offered a guy who has the most QB depth (Vick and Bulger) some pretty decent deals (Gore and Coles I believe) for Vick or Bulger, but he wouldn't budge. I guess he is happy having one rot on his bench every week.
  11. I tried a different approach this year...I have had nice leads about midway through seasons, made no changes, sat back and my just didn't cut it come playoff time. This season, I'm trying to go for the throat while I can and if it means taking some risks, so be it. I also know full well that if I suffer an injury NOW, my team is finished. But I have to assume that I won't and move forward.
  12. Both of those trades look to be in your favor. Your team seems to be stacking up nicely.