Start, sit, who to acquit? My QB just lost a finger, wuss, who should I pick up?
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Postby Jumpkid923 » Sat Nov 13, 2010 9:55 am

I dont know if this was the right place to put it, but would wide receivers need handcuffs? Or is it usually the RB and QB who needs handcuffs for playoffs? Heres my current roster. Would I need handcuffs for any of these guys for playoffs?

QB Kyle Orton
RB LeGarrette Blount,
RB LaDainian Tomlinson,
RB/WR Terrell Owens,
WR Dwayne Bowe,
WR Reggie Wayne,
TE Benjamin Watson,
D/ST Seahawks
Adam Vinatieri, Ind K

Eagles D/ST,
Mike Tolbert, SD RB P
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Buf QB
Ryan Torain, Was RB Q
Steve Breaston, Ari WR
Austin Collie*, Ind WR O
Mike Sims-Walker, Jac WR

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Re: Handcuffs?

Postby Pacochu » Sun Nov 14, 2010 6:35 am

Greene is the only backup I would target, especially with LT's age and recent slowdown. Handcuffs aren't necessarily guaranteed to play anywhere near the level of the guy they are replacing. Receivers are a bit tougher as the second or third options sometimes suffer from the loss of the main guy due to better coverage. Plus, the good ones are usually already taken by other teams.

12 Team, Non-PPR, Standard scoring, bonuses for yardage totals
Start 1 QB, 1 RB, 2 WR, 1 RB/WR, 1 TE, Def, K

Brady, Tannehill
A. Peterson, R. Mathews, P. Thomas, F. Jackson, D. Sproles
A. Jeffrey, P. Garcon, K. Wright, B. Cooks, H. Nicks, G. Jennings
G. Olsen
Streamer Def - Currently NYJ

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