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Topic: R. Mathews, R. Rice & J. Bell
Gary_8238
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Post Date: 12/11/13 11:18
OK... somehow I survived last week against C. Johnson and D. Brees and now I am one step away from the SB. Needles to say looking at my lineup i've been the uderdog all year but I am scrapping away. This week every point is gonna be needed and I've had a knack at leaving points on the bench; last week I left Mathews on the bench.



My question is who do i start in my second RB spot and in my FLEX? Obviously I am starting D. Murray in my RB1 spot but not sure who to put in my RB2 spot; R. Mathews vs BRONCOS, j. Bell vs RAVENS (R. Bush is probably coming back) or R. Rice?



After my RB2 is decided, the next question is who to start at my FLEX? another RB and which one or maybe my back up TE D. Pitta?



Third question and I think I already know the answer to, is who to start in my WR2 spot with W. Welker out? I'm pretty sure G. Tate but just asking to be sure. My other option would be P. Harvin



Thankx for the help in advance
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TEAM Rice, Rice Baby

QBs: C. Kaepernick, N. Foles & J. Cutler
RBs: R. Rice, D. Murray, B. Leonard, R. Mathews, J. Bell & C. Ivory
WRs: J. Nelson, W. Welker, G. Tate & P. Harvin
TEs: J. Witten & D. Pitta
K: S. Gostkowski
DEF: 49ers & Chargers

Start 1QB, 2RBs, 2WRs, 1Flex (WR/RB/TE)
1pt PPR, 1pt per 25yrds passing, 1pt per 10yrds rushing/receiving, 4pt per passing TD, 6pts per rushing/ receiving TD
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Post Date: 12/11/13 18:36
Murray and Mathews

GTate at wr

Flex Pita
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Start 1-QB, 2-WR, 2-RB, 1-TE, 1-WR/RB/TE, 1-K, 1-D

12 Team PPR League 0.25 pts/completion 1 pt/rec 1 pt 10 yds rushing & receiving 6 pts TD, 1 pt 25 yds/ passing 4 pts passing TD, -2 fumble, -2 int
Gary_8238
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Post Date: 12/12/13 10:26
thankx for the suggestions... Could you provide some insight for your choices? I'm just looking for what i am overthinking or not thinking of. I don't want to change my lineup just on your say, that would make it your team and not mine.



Anyone else have some suggestions?
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TEAM Rice, Rice Baby

QBs: C. Kaepernick, N. Foles & J. Cutler
RBs: R. Rice, D. Murray, B. Leonard, R. Mathews, J. Bell & C. Ivory
WRs: J. Nelson, W. Welker, G. Tate & P. Harvin
TEs: J. Witten & D. Pitta
K: S. Gostkowski
DEF: 49ers & Chargers

Start 1QB, 2RBs, 2WRs, 1Flex (WR/RB/TE)
1pt PPR, 1pt per 25yrds passing, 1pt per 10yrds rushing/receiving, 4pt per passing TD, 6pts per rushing/ receiving TD
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Post Date: 12/12/13 10:42
OK, I will give you some thought process.

RB- Rice hasn't produced all year and has a tough Lions D, Leonard shouldn't be on your roster, JBell has Bush who appears to be returning to form and the Ravens D is beginning to play better, Ivory is playing the Panthers and has the worst of all match ups. That leaves Murray and Mathews who both are playing well and have good match ups vs the Pack and Broncs.

WR- Harvin is doubtful and Welker is out. When in doubt start the healthy player, plus Harvin playing only frees up Tate in my opinion, so he plays regardless of Harvin's status over Harvin. Why gamble on Harvin when he has played less than a full game all year.

Flex- Look at the comments on the other players, Pita is by far the best of what you aren't starting. Great that you can start a te at flex, helps you out.
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Start 1-QB, 2-WR, 2-RB, 1-TE, 1-WR/RB/TE, 1-K, 1-D

12 Team PPR League 0.25 pts/completion 1 pt/rec 1 pt 10 yds rushing & receiving 6 pts TD, 1 pt 25 yds/ passing 4 pts passing TD, -2 fumble, -2 int
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