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    3 players 2 spots

    I have Bowe, Amhad Bradshaw, and Hightower.

    I'm putting one at RB and one at flex, which 2 are you playing?

    Hightowers fumblitus scares me.

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    Its not fumbling - its Beenie Wells. I think he will lose alot of touches to him this week. problem is, Bradshaw is going against the stingy D.

    Play Hightower b/c they are coming off a loss and will look to go wild. Bradshaw is the 2nd option anyway and the Skins are good.

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    Hightower and Bowe

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    I have Htower as my flex RB, but was thinking about sitting him (losing touches and fumbles) and starting Houston RB foster against STL. Also thinking about starting Houston D for easy points against STL. I also have Packers and Ravens D. Just wondering if its all about the match-ups or play who who got you there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utah Jet View Post
    I have Htower as my flex RB, but was thinking about sitting him (losing touches and fumbles) and starting Houston RB foster against STL. Also thinking about starting Houston D for easy points against STL. I also have Packers and Ravens D. Just wondering if its all about the match-ups or play who who got you there
    I hope you went Ravens D. Hightower seems to still get touches as I would and did go with him.

    However on my bench this week were Flacco, Bradshaw and Jonathan Stewart!

    But I still managed to pull out the victory

    I'm really thinking of bumping the Sit Calvin Johnson thread again this week. The mans a bum

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