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Which 2 to start, Michael Floyd, Anquan Boldin or K. Allen, PPR?


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Scoring: 10% yardage, 6 points TD, 1 point PPR


I was leaning originally with Keenan Allen and Michael Floyd, but now I am not sure. Allen matchup is tough, and he hasn't been consistent, but could put up monster numbers. Floyd has been really inconsistent. Boldin, on the other hand has been pretty consistent all year.


Michael Floyd at Dallas (Got a goose egg last week, but like his earlier flops, 1 catch for 19 yards and 1 catch for 7 yards, the following weeks he got 5 catches for 114 yards and 4 catches for 47 yards and a TD. So he doesn't have 2 bad games in a row. But he does have a slight injury)


Anquan Boldin vs St. Louis: (Earlier this year against ST. Louis he had 7 catches for 94 yards and a TD. Last year he had 5 catch 90 yards and 1 TD and 9 catches for 98 yards no td's. He seems to do very well against St. Louis)


Keenan Allen at Miami (Seems to be a tough matchup, but he looked great last week)


Which 2 would you start?

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I'm cool with Floyd and Boldin, I'd wait for Keenan to get out of his funk instead of guessing that it would be this week and yes I agree the matchup is not ideal this week vs Miami who has done well vs the pass of course that doesn't typically scare Rivers determentally effect the offense a ton because Rivers can game in the 4th quarter when needed.

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Palmer doesn't typically have such bad games (48% pass completion) nor does Michael Floyd but he has had 3 one catch games this year, which stinks... I think I may retract my original pick and say sorry I f'd up..

I'm in agreeance with CubDaddy maybe Allen is the better play just because he's actually catching the ball. MF is @ 44% catch rate (19/43 targets) ouch.. compared to Keenan's 66% (43/65 targets). Sometimes it helps to looks at the numbers.

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