DG will lead us
And the Cutler stache
Gonna post this here now since no one will bother looking at the old thread...
Aight guys, here's a mouthful...
I'm debating whether to deal Gore or Mathews as I currently have four quality rbs (Trent, Mathews, Gore, Leshoure) in a .5 ppr league where you only need two (no flex). Instead, we have three wrs and I can obviously use an upgrade behind AJ and Amendola.
Long story short, I'm debating whether to deal Gore or Mathews for a wr option between Wallace, Decker, Demaryius Thomas, Jordy Nelson and Miles Austin.
Now Mathews has mostly been a disappointment thanks to his lack of use in third down and goal line situations, but I worry that SF will start resting Gore more by the end of the season and Mathews has an easier schedule so I'm still not sure who to deal and I was hoping someone could recommend which I should deal AND give a priority out of those five receivers and/or which I shouldn't even deal for.
It's the stache.
I don't think you'd be able to get the first 3 for Mathews, he's been downright awful this year so far. I'd probably lead towards dealing Mathews first, even though your concerns w/ Gore are valid. I just don't want any part of that SD offense and you know the attempts will be there in SF, they just may not go to Gore all the time.
edit: for value context Gore/Thomas for Ray Rice just went down in my +1 ppr league. I love the deal on the Gore/Thomas side.
Last edited by haggis; 11-12-2012 at 02:59 PM. Reason: .
the cutler stache was behind last week's loss
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What are the chances alshon play? havent kept up with his news
0-8 in SF since 1985... Haha, hopefully MNF will change that.
No ideas for the moment.
We rock on MNF though
I'm hoping it all cancels out, a lot of it is going to have to do if Cutler plays or not too...
No ideas for the moment.
Thought this was my week but ill take minny
Last edited by Cub_StuckinSTL; 11-12-2012 at 01:53 PM.
What was that gay *** rainbow sig of that band haggis used to have
I'm drawing a complete blank
Surprisingly, last nights game makes me think we can beat SF. We were worried about the o-line and about containing the run. Outside of that one drive, we managed to get both those things done.
The 49ers are even more reliant on the run than Houston, so I really think if we just stop Gore we'll take this one. Especially if Cutler and Alshon manage to get back.
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