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WDIS at Flex?


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OK, so I think I've got my lineup mostly set, but I'm trying to decide who to start in my flex. Here's what I have:


QB1: Palmer

QB2: Collins

RB1: Peterson

RB2: Forte

WR1: Evans

WR2: Royal

TE: Scheffler

K: Akers

D: Buffalo


SO, who do I start at WR/RB Flex: DeSean Jackson (v. pittsburgh) or Kevin Smith (@ SF)? I think Jackson's McNabb's best target, but he's against the Steelers whose D might shut him down better, even if only by successfully blitzing McNabb. I'm leaning towards Smith, who while a Lion is going against San Fransisco and therefore will probably do alright. Do you guys agree with going with Smith or am I crazy and should start Jackson? I also have Jonathan Stewart, but I figure to see what he does before starting him, esp against last year's #1 run def.


I'm in a PPR league, and my whole team is in my sig, FYI. Thanks for your input guys!!

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Given the choice you've offered, I would go w/Jackson (notwithstanding the punk play he made on MNF) because if the PIT does shut down the PHI offensive attack, McNabb will be forced to throw more often (IMO)...having said that, what about either Stewart or Sproles (particularly if LT is limited ths week) in your flex position?


Good luck...

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I guess that's a good Q... I don't think Carolina's going to succeed running as much this week agains MInnesota. As for Sproles... I'm very tempted... it seems to be a high risk/high reward situation. Gosh, I guess it's tempting, though, since it is the Jets... I mean, they didn't stop much of crappier RBs and I expect that SD will be up on them easy so they'll be running the ball a lot... the Q is will LT take thos or Sproles? Ok. Add him to the options... what do people think about Sproles, Smith, and Jackson?

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