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If I don't win my matchup this week, playoffs are a no-go. That said, I'm having difficulty choosing which quarterback to start.

 

Kaepernick vs the Raiders? The 49ers could go up early, and I don't have a ton of faith in Kaepernick after last week's disaster.

 

Newton vs the Saints? I feel like there's potential here, but I'm not sure.

 

Sanchez vs the Seahawks? I don't think starting Sanchez against the Seahawks is the most logical thing to do, but he's got a potent offense and Chip Kelly on his side. I'm debating going against odds and plugging him into my lineup.

 

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!

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I wouldn't even consider kaep. Don't trust that offense or him. Would probably lean Sanchez only because of chip kellys system. He's gonna get his passing yards and a TD or 2. Plus Seattle doesn't have a great pass rush so he is gonna have some time to throw just like he did against Dallas last week.

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I'd go Cam. Sanchez plays Seattle but in Chip Kelly's system, any QB can be successful so i could justify Starting Sanchez too but I like Cam against New Orleans in Carolina. Think Cam has a big game, the division is still up for grabs and as bad as the Panthers have played, if they have a solid month of December they could win the division.

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