Discussion in 'Fantasy Football' started by Miguel, Oct 26, 2008.
a flex position
Looks like a toss up to me, Miguel, and thus, why take a pats foe? I know thats not how you play fantasy but...
More than anything, I think the D is going to shut down the rams for the most part. Expect 6 catches for 80 ish yards and no TDs. meanwhile, Stewart has 5 TD's over Williams 's 2, and if he gets to the second level on just one or two plays that could make your day.
Sorry if I'm wrong
Torry Holt is not a real factor this year.
I would try to pick up Avery if anything.
How did he do today?
He is their future.
I know this reply is too late for your lineup, but in general or certainly when in doubt, I would go with the RB over the WR for a flex position. Points from a WR are less consistent and unreliable; I'd rather go with more of a sure thing. In addition, Stewart was playing at home while Holt was on the road, which again favored him.
it also depends greatly on the defense that they play.
I have Michael Turner on my team.
When he plays against a bad defense... he usually rock and rolls.
When he plays against a good defense... you should almost bench him.
Yeah, Turner has been feast or famine this year. Usually I find RB's to be more consistent than WR's, but Turner has certainly been an exception to that rule this season.
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