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Last minute flex help!


MikeFL25
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Hey all, I am in the playoffs and already down 13-0 this week (he has Arizona's defense). I feel like I have a good lineup but I hope you can give me some last minute advice at flex.

 

My lineup:

 

QB: Luck

RB: Charles, Foster

WR: Jeffrey, Green

Flex: Julio

TE: Gates

 

Julio is listed as "Questionable" for the game, but apparently rumor is that he will play. Do I risk starting Julio, who might aggravate his injury and come out at some point today? Or should I go with the safer play and start Ingram? Ingram probably wont score more points than Julio, unless Julio gets re-injured.

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Ok, so NFL.com reports that Julio is inactive for today, so I just benched him and put in Ingram.

 

Is this the best play? Should I give Gordon or Hopkins the start over Ingram? I like Ingram's matchup against the Bears defense, and on paper Gordon and Hopkins don't have great matchups. However, Gordon is one of those guys that only needs one big play to add +10 to his score, and Hopkins has played well in recent games.

 

Stick with Ingram, or take a chance on the other two? My gut reaction would be to stick with Ingram, he seems to be the safer play.

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