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    Last Minute Line-up Help

    Looks like Ryan Matthews is going to miss week 9. Hes my 2nd RB behind Fred Jackson in a PPR league.

    I need to know who to start out off my bench. My options are Ben Jarvis Green-Ellis, James Starks or Javon Ringer. I know none of them are very good but I just need someone who is def good for a few points. Leaning toward Starks at the moment especially if Faulk is back for New England

    Any advice? A guy I should look for on waivers? I tried to claim that guy on Cleveland but didnt get him since I have the lowest waiver priority due to having the best record.

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    Similar position...

    1 RB 1 flex and have Jackson, Matthews and Bradshaw...

    Can play a WR but dont have much depth...

    Also have Starks. Seriously considering it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite View Post
    Similar position...

    1 RB 1 flex and have Jackson, Matthews and Bradshaw...

    Can play a WR but dont have much depth...

    Also have Starks. Seriously considering it...
    Im 2 deep at RB. I knew Matthews was going to get hurt eventually. I waited too long to draft a RB (took Rodgers in round 1) and spent my next 2 picks on WRs. I **** into luck with Jackson.

    I play Dez Bryant, Roddy White and AJ Green at WR so I have a chance for a nice week regardless. Starks has been putting up a consistent 8-12 points which is all Im really asking for. BJGE is either meh or bust and Javon Ringer is too risky.

    Im even considering Brinkley from SD but theyre playing the Pack and Tolbert the vulture is playing.

    Who are your wide outs?

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    not loving those options Jacobs is a good pick if no one has him yet. Or even Ware may give you some good points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bay Ridge Jet View Post
    Im 2 deep at RB. I knew Matthews was going to get hurt eventually. I waited too long to draft a RB (took Rodgers in round 1) and spent my next 2 picks on WRs. I **** into luck with Jackson.

    I play Dez Bryant, Roddy White and AJ Green at WR so I have a chance for a nice week regardless. Starks has been putting up a consistent 8-12 points which is all Im really asking for. BJGE is either meh or bust and Javon Ringer is too risky.

    Im even considering Brinkley from SD but theyre playing the Pack and Tolbert the vulture is playing.

    Who are your wide outs?
    Megatron and Mike Wallace.

    8-0 on the year. Rb was a weak point for me at draft time that turned miracle...

    Rodgers at QB as well.

    My best depth at receiver is Manningham who's an obv start for CJs bye...
    Last edited by AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite; 11-05-2011 at 10:37 PM.

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    in this situation im going with the law firm.

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    Went with Starks.

    Good luck bro.

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    I play Dez Bryant, Roddy White and AJ Green at WR so I have a chance for a nice week regardless. Starks has been putting up a consistent 8-12 points which is all Im really asking for. BJGE is either meh or bust and Javon Ringer is too risky.

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