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WDIS at RB (PPR League)

Praying Mantis


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  1. 1. in PPR league

    • Slaton vs. Tennessee
    • Moats vs. Tennessee
    • Beanie Wells @ St. Louis
    • J. Stewart vs. Miami
    • Moreno vs. San Diego

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TD = 6 points

10 yards (rushing/receiving) = 1 point

1 reception = 1 point


My hope is that Slaton cured his fumblitis during the bye week and will get a majority of carries. He also catches passes which is good in a PPR league.


Unfortunately all these guys operate in running back by committee scenarios. J. Stewart seems to be getting into the end zone recently. Beanie Wells is also coming on strong and has a very good matchup.


Any advice?


Thanks in advance.

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Im going with J. Stewart here. With D. Wills a little banged up I think we may see some added production from him. Slaton /Moats is a wait and see scenario. Josh Mcdaniels is to unpredictable to play Moreno, 6 carries in the second half. That being said its Beanie with a good matchup Vs. J. Stewart. Both are the hot hand. Im leaning with Stewart out of a gut shot. Hope I helped

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Stewart has been getting the goal line carries. He seems like your best option...if you dont feel comfortable with him go Beanie.


THis is a misnomer and inaccurate. Look at last week. Stewart was given the ball at the goal line and couldn't punch it in. They gave it to DWill and he didn't get it done. Young finished the drive off. It's goal line by committee.

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