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Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Keegs, Sep 28, 2006.

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so who do i start at flex?

  1. Lamont Jordan

    2 vote(s)
    18.2%
  2. TJ Houshmanzadeh

    6 vote(s)
    54.5%
  3. Laurence Maroney

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. Corey Dillon

    3 vote(s)
    27.3%
  1. Keegs

    Keegs Rookie

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    This is my team (8 man league.) I am 1-2. I seem to start the wrong flex person every week. Yes i realize that it sucks. Note: i traded Bulger and Addai for Brady

    QB: Tom Brady
    RB: Ronnie Brown
    RB: Chester Taylor
    WR: Anquan Boldin
    WR: Reggie Wayne
    RB/WR (flex) : ??????????????????
    TE: Ben Watson
    D/ST: Chargers
    K: Shayne Graham

    I have not a damn clue who to play at Flex....... these are the options
    Lamont Jordan vs. Browns
    TJ Houshmanzadeh vs. Pats
    Laurence Maroney (Jabroni) vs. Bengals
    Corey Dillon vs. Bengals

    help me please. Who the hell do i play?? im leaning towards Jordan, believe it or not
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  2. SamBam39

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    What - you can't figure these things out for yourself? You gotta run a poll?
    Did you decide what clothes to wear today or ask for help?

    Dillon has been hurt lately and both him and maroney are splitting time. they are on the road against a good team. they could fall behind and have to play catch up with passes. plus cincy could hold the ball alot. I'd skip them.

    t j who's your momma may have a good game, but, again, he's going against the pats, and if the pats get the lead, and play ball control, it could limit him, plus the pats d is capable of keeping him down.

    Jordan is a big talent, he's playing a weaker team, he's at home, and his team really needs a win. I think he's your best gamble based on the evidence.

    need any help with anything else?
    (just kidding)
  3. Keegs

    Keegs Rookie

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    hahahha nice.

    comon it's not that easy of a decision you jerkass.

    but thanks.
  4. Keegs

    Keegs Rookie

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    One more thing...

    can we please keep the "whosurmomma" references to a minimum?

    i know it was funny 6 weeks ago but im tired of it.

    thanks.

    ;)
  5. minvardar

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    TJ is the best bet this week. Oakland is just a terrible team. They always fall behind with Brooks at the helm and have to pass for almost the whole game. I would sit Jordan until Oakland can at least compete with somebody.
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    wrong - BB will see how good he played as well.
    he'll have his d play particular attention to him.

    jordan gets numbers even if they get into pass mode - he's a good pass catcher and they will still give him carries to mix things up.


    by the way - the 'whos you momma' thing - I'm tired of it too, but I don't feel like trying to prell his name out each time. maybe we should just call him TJ - like TO!
  7. Keegs

    Keegs Rookie

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    I loved Lamont when i had him last year. He was great. Caught a ton of balls. Seemed like he caught about 40 yards a game.

    This year he hasn't had one completion.

    I have not seen one ball thrown his way.

    he would be wide open and Brooks wouldn't even look at him. WTF?
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    well - sooner or later that will have to end.
    do you want him to have a 150 yard day against the browns at home while on your bench?

    look - none of these are guarentees - they could all go either way - which is why you should just go with your instincts - not ask others - you'll always get varied opinions. that's why you compete in the game - your insticts against the other guys. be a man. make your own decisions. are you gonna split the prize money with us if we hold your hand each week?
    again - just bustin' em!
  9. chris_in_sunnyvale

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    TJ and don't look back. He's Reggie Wayne to Chad Johnson's Marvin Harrison...good luck doubling both. If Palmer gets good protection (not a given), TJ is a matchup nightmare for the Pats' DBs.

    The Oakland OL is awful. Jordan is not going to light up the Browns.

    Maroney might not be a bad alternative if you think TJ is going to get shut down by the Pats. Willie Parker ran well on Cincy last week and after the lousy showing vs. Denver, the Pats OL will probably be looking redeem itself. Plus, Cincy covers pretty well and the Pats' passing game isn't sharp so the Pats will likely try to stay on the ground.

    Regards,
    Chris

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