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Defensive scoring in my league gives/takes points based on how many points the defense actually gives up in a game. Scoring looks like this:


Shutout = 10 points

1 - 6 points allowed = 7

7 - 13 points allowed = 4

14 - 17 points allowed = 2

18 - 21 points allowed = 0

22 - 27 points allowed = -2

28 - 34 points allowed = -4

35 - 45 points allowed = -7

46+ points allowed = -10


I've got 2 pretty good defenses, but neither has a good matchup for the championship week - Carolina vs. NO and Arizona @ Seattle. I kind of think that Carolina will have a bounce back game against NO after they gave up 31 points and were worth -2 a couple of weeks ago in NO. Plus, NO hasn't been very good on the road this year.


But, I'm wondering if I should maybe roll the dice on a different defense for the week. There are a couple potentially good matchups on the waiver wire:





Normally, I'd just ride the defense I have but I'm concerned about the Saints or Seahawks offense going off and killing my championship hopes. Miami's been OK and Buffalo has put up some stinkers on O. The Browns are inconsistent and the Jets can have some awful offensive games. Detroit's D hasn't been that good, but the Giants and Eli are a turnover machine.


Any advice? Dance with the girl that brung ya or roll the dice on a 1 week wonder? Thanks!

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