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Is Desmond Clark back or was that just a freak week?

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I mean I love the 7 catches and 2 td's on my bench, but was that just a freak week? Are the Bears really going back to the basics on the shorter routes again and getting Clark involved?

 

Also have him or Jerramy Stevens who caught 5 passes last week.

 

Which one would you start? Stevens vs SD or Clark vs Detroit?

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I mean I love the 7 catches and 2 td's on my bench, but was that just a freak week? Are the Bears really going back to the basics on the shorter routes again and getting Clark involved?

 

Also have him or Jerramy Stevens who caught 5 passes last week.

 

Which one would you start? Stevens vs SD or Clark vs Detroit?

 

clark....stevens has mitts of stone.

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I like Clark also. I never liked Stevens. Over rated te.

 

Maybe Da'Bearz are trying to help Grossman with those short passes.

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I'd definitely start him over Stevens. Would you start Clark over LJ Smith?

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Colston is a must-start. Anyone who starts Clark over him is a fool.

 

I'll be the sole voice to diagree with the majority and say you should start Stevens over Clark. Clark had a freak week. He's now become a blocking TE instead of a catching one, and I think that San Diego will be focusing on the challenges provided by the multiple options at WR and not on the short pass to the TE. I see multiple catches for 60ish yards and a possible TD. If its a PPR league, that's good enough. I think that Chicago will have no difficulty finding any holes with Detroits D and will score with everyone, TE being an afterthought.

 

I can't speak intelligently about LJ, even though I'd like to, because I haven't seen how he's doing since Donovan was taken out.

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