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    Week 3 Sit/Start

    Need a Defense (dumped Tampa to find a better matchup)
    Available: Minnesota, Tennessee, Washington, Philadelphia, Cleveland, San Diego, Dallas, Denver

    RB: (Start 2)
    Ridley vs Oakland, Gore vs Ari, Ivory vs Dah Bears

    WR seems pretty cut and dry (start 3)
    #Megatron, #Reggie Wayne vs the NFL JV in Jax, #Michael Crabtree vs Ari, Dwayne Bowe vs Mia, Torey Smith vs Cle

    Feel free to give your two cents. Its a 14 team league so not much on the waiver wire unless someone goes full idiot and dumps Peterson.
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    Re: Week 3 Sit/Start

    I think Cleveland has the best matchup AFC North contest with the Ravens. With running backs I tend to avoid NE at all cost but it is the Raiders so I may lean Ridley and Ivory just based on match ups. Your wideouts I would go, Megatron, Wayne, and Crabtree only because of recent success vs. AZ.
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    Re: Week 3 Sit/Start

    I am stringing defenses and I have Cleveland this week as well, I basically had the same options you do. I would also go with Johnson, Wayne and Crabtree. And yeah, I think if there was any week you could ever trust Ridley it would be this week. Of course Ridley and Vereen will get 4 carries each and Bouldin will get 12.

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    Re: Week 3 Sit/Start

    I got a bit of a decision to make. PPR League. I need to pick one for my flex:

    Montee Ball, Shane Vereen, Kendall Wright, Reggie Bush, Andrew Hawkins or Matt Asiata.

    Normally I'd take Ball easily, but I'm not really thrilled about starting a Denver RB in Seattle. I have no idea if Vereen will get more than 5 touches. I need to see some consistency from Locker in targeting Wright before I could really start him. In PPR Hawkins has been pretty solid but he's a volume guy so a little risky. Asiata will get the touches but he's not that good. And I don't really trust Bush getting touches.

    Right now I'm thinking of going with the most talented guy who I know will get the touches even though he has a terrible matchup, so Ball. Anyone think I need to be talked out of that?


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