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 Post subject: Defense Strategy for Thursday
PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 12:01 pm 
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I have Denver’s D, but due to injuries I am forced to play both Mcfadden and Brandon Myers. Oakland vrs Denver on Thursday. Should I throw Denvers D on my bench and grab Cleveland, San Diego or Pittsburgs D (all available) or am I over thinking this? I just feel this limits my upside. Standard defensive scoring system.

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 Post subject: Re: Defense Strategy for Thursday
PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 12:18 pm 
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Start Myers and Denver D and sitting McFadden would be the best thing if you can manage it. Carson Palmer can still throw a pick sick and fumble away a touchdown. I wouldn't say it's an either/or here, Denver's still the D I'd want there.

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 Post subject: Re: Defense Strategy for Thursday
PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 12:38 pm 
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Thanks for the input- unfortunately I've been destroyed by recent injuries, so a McFadden replacement would come from the waiver wire tonight (or David Wilson?). I already need to plug and play a WR from there, so basically could you pick 2 from this list (1 WR, 1 flex to replace McFadden, if I'm lucky enough to get the best two). Thanks again

Chris Givens- bad feeling someone else will take him before my first waiver pick though
Kendall Wright
Nate Washington
Montell Owens
Alex Green
Bilal Powell
Marty Bennett
Brent Celek
Mercedes Lewis
Brandon Pettigrew

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10 Team H2H 7X7 (TB,OPS, QS, K/BB extras)
C: Castro
1B: Goldschmidt-K
2B: Pedroia-K
SS: Lowrie
3B: Alvarez
OF: Holliday-K
OF: Choo-K
OF: Puig-K
OF: Pence
UTIL: Votto- K
UTIL: Heyward
UTIL: Belt
B: Baez

SP: Cain, Cobb, Hamels, Liriano, Salazar, Haren, Porcello, Straily, Josh Johnon, Tyson Ross
RP: Jim Johnson, Reed


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 Post subject: Re: Defense Strategy for Thursday
PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 3:48 pm 
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I like Owens and Powell there for flex. Can't see either team pulling away from one another so the ground game should stay valid.

WR you didn't really list many options; Givens is still the first choice and then Wright for me. Hopefully Locker can be a little more accurate this sunday.

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