Fantasy football advice
I have a conundrum, a lot of average players and I have to start some of them.
RB's Demarco Murray - looking like he will probably play, but how much?
Michael Bush - will probably get a lot of the carries but seattle is a good D
Shonn Greene - a lot of carries but he sucks at life
Jonathon Dwyer - favorable matchup but the steelers play 4 RB's
Fred Jackson - Spiller is killing me on this one, what a dick
WR's Steve Smith - Has not done much all year, but Cam might be looking better
I have 2 RB slots available and a flex
What 3 should I start??
I'd go Jackson, Bush (if Forte doesn't play) and Murray if it looks like he's close to 100%.
Only person I'd argue against starting is Greene. Powell gets half the carries and most the goal line carries.
I'd rank them
1) Murray - if he plays
2) Bush - Goaline vulture even if Forte plays
3) Smith - Favorable matchup and is due
4) Greene - Good matchup at home where he has played better
5) Jackson - Spiller kills his value
6) Dywer - After last week I wouldn't start any Steelers on offense until Big Ben is back.
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go with your gut bro fantasy football is a crap shoot. do you know how many scam companies offering 'advice' make money off of people lie urself?
basic info. like the stuff you already know, injuries, match ups etc. is good to know and to get an edge but other than that, much like winning in the real NFL, winning in fantasy football your guess is as good as mine. one of the reasons why i can't really take nfl seriously. the best team doesn't win like they usually do in the nba. that usually translates to their fantasy counterparts too unless you're just in a retarded league.
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but imo i would start Murry, Jackson and Bush.
Everyone says Bush and I agree. He's a workhorse and they're at home. After that, I think an argument can be made for any of the other guys. Bush is a must start though imo.
Looks like forte might be playing this week.
Well Brees and Graham both sucked balls last night so it probably wont matter who I start.