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    Sit Calvin Johnson?

    The people I can and should play instead of CJ vs. the Bengals:

    3 WR
    Welker v. Miami
    Maclin v. ATL
    Harvin v. ARI

    2 RB then Flex
    AP v. ARI
    Hightower v. MIN
    Stewart v. TB

    3 players I consider sitting: Harvin, Hightower, Stewart?
    So do it you think? B. Edwards is already on my bench

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    He's going to have a huge week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Vick View Post
    He's going to have a huge week.
    Care to share anymore Nostradamus?

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    He was my number #1 pick and I just benched him as well. He is injured and so is stafford. Its effecting both of their play.

    Although I have Reggie Wayne, Sims Walker and Sydny Rice so it makes it a bit easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe W. Namath View Post
    He was my number #1 pick and I just benched him as well. He is injured and so is stafford. Its effecting both of their play.

    Although I have Reggie Wayne, Sims Walker and Sydny Rice so it makes it a bit easier.
    He was my second overall pick. I benched him last week and it worked. I'm not hesitant to do it again because it seemed like he got nicked up against GB again. And Bengals D plays well, especially at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYJCAP2 View Post
    He was my second overall pick. I benched him last week and it worked. I'm not hesitant to do it again because it seemed like he got nicked up against GB again. And Bengals D plays well, especially at home.
    I drafted Calvin Johnson in the 2nd round too in my work league and he's for the most part been a bust this year. I took him because he was a monster for me last season and I figured the Lions would always be throwing the ball this year since they'd always be losing.

    I'm gonna give it a shot with him this week. He's practicing and supposedly healthier now and the extra days should help.

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    Sit Calvin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYJCAP2 View Post
    Sit Calvin?
    I hope you didn't. I stuck with him and it paid off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VincenzoTestaverde View Post
    I hope you didn't. I stuck with him and it paid off.
    I played him too! Hightower and AP are killing me, but I won anyhow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYJCAP2 View Post
    The people I can and should play instead of CJ vs. the Bengals:

    3 WR
    Welker v. Miami
    Maclin v. ATL
    Harvin v. ARI

    2 RB then Flex
    AP v. ARI
    Hightower v. MIN
    Stewart v. TB

    3 players I consider sitting: Harvin, Hightower, Stewart?
    So do it you think? B. Edwards is already on my bench
    Farve wants to bounce back and will need Harvin. Maclin was hurt and I think doubtful.
    Keep Braylon on the bench - Stewart should go wild if he's healthy.

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