Chadman Posted November 20, 2009 Share Posted November 20, 2009 While I'm sure the individual player matchups against the quality of defense are a big part of the weekly projections, I guess I'm curious which way the experts lean when facing a close call between players. This probably qualifies as minutia, and maybe overkill, but I recently traded for Tony Gonzalez to give myself one really good TE option each week down the strech along with Winslow, Jr. The schedule works pretty well, with one of the two usually matched up against a weak defense against TE's. Simple enough... but... Now with Turner being injured, I don't know what to make of the Gonzalez situation. New Orleans is ranked #6 against TE's, meaning a rougher than usual go against for Winslow. And Gonzalez has a better matchup against a more generous (to TE's) defense in the Giants. I don't know how to process the renewed Winslow excitement with Freeman at QB, the Gonzalez situation with Turner out, and all the info thrown in. Clear as mud? This is not really a WDIS scenario, as I'm good this week either way. I guess it's more of a theory and perspective thing, from the masters that do the weekly projections. Care to shed any thoughts on that? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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