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Help!- I'm torn on a couple of starts

Discussion in 'Titan Cup/Fantasy Football' started by Riverman, Sep 20, 2007.

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  1. Riverman Raise the Wrath

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    McNabb or Roethlisberger?

    Reggie Bush or DeAngelo Williams?

    Hines Ward or Wes Welker?

    right now I'm leaning Roethlisberger, Williams and Welker. Tell me why not please.
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    Roethlisberger & Ward are in sync & on form.

    Bush will get way more touches than Williams.

    McNabb is a player in turmoil & Welker is as likely to get 7 catches as he is 1. Every week is a gamble with Welker because Brady has so many targets.
    JMO
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    Big Ben, McNabb is all but done in Philly the way hes playing
    Bush, just bc he'll get touches, Williams imo dont get much
    Welker, Bills D sucks
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    Deshaun Foster has a history of successs against the Falcons so I imagine he'll get the bulk of the load vs. ATL. CBS Sportsline Fantasy lists Foster as a recommended start this weekend; "Foster has three 100-yard games in his last four against Atlanta and four career touchdowns against the Falcons".

    Sucks having to start Regis against the Titans though.
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    I just benched McNabb for Ben (and I dont do "homer" for fantasy football) and for VY in another.

    Im expecting Philly to limp out of Detroit. Ben should have a good day against SF and NE is going to have a huge day against Buffalo. The Bills D has just been completely depeleted only 2 weeks into the season.

    Welker or Ward is a flip of the coin imo. Because Brady and Roth are spreading the ball around.
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