so i've been playing match up's every week when it comes to the d/st and I wasn't able to grab denver off waivers so I need some help picking up a d/st this week. here's my choices:
PHIL @ WAS
NYJ @ STL
BUF vs MIA
ARZ @ ATL
CLE @ DAL
WAS vs PHIL
DAL vs CLE
STL vs NYJ
not a strong group to select from but im leaning towards the ram's d/st vs NYJ or BUF vs MIA. what do you guys think??? I currently have the steelers and they play BAL in pit...should I stick with them?
edit: just put in a waiver claim for the rams and dropped martellus bennett, don't need 3 TE's anyways.
Ya definitely no need to carry 3 TE’s on your squad – don’t even need 2 TBH unless you start 2 TE’s. Anyways, I’d probably stick with PIT this weekend despite all their injuries but if they make you too nervous, I’d probably go with STL as well out of that group.
Originally Posted by RaginRondo17
I need two running backs for next week, I just put a waiver claim on Ivory, and I'm pretty sure I'm going to win it. Thinking about going with Woodhead if he is still available. Any other suggestions?
I’d take Reece over Woodhead if he’s available.
Originally Posted by WhiteRob443
Should I pick up C.Ivory???
My problem is not having anybody I feel I can drop, here's my team right now
RB-M.Lynch, D.Martin, M.Leshoure, & J.Stewart (all starting RBs)
WR-C.Johnson, J.Jones (ATL), A.Brown, R.Cobb, & K.Britt
TE-A.Hernandez & G.Olsen (Hernandez can't seem to shake the injury so need Olsen)
Honestly I probably wouldn’t. Not sure what’s going on with Hernandez’s injury, but at this point I probably would contemplate dropping him if it doesn’t look like he’ll be returning anytime soon.
Originally Posted by Jint.
I have Big Ben (banged up)
and Eli (playing terrible and also on a bye)
here are my options for week 11:
Fitzpatrick vs MIA
Bradford vs JETS
Tannehill at BUF
Foles at WASH
I’d learn towards Fitz or Foles. I know Foles may be a bit of a gamble, but WASH’s secondary is just bad so I could see him having a solid outing
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