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Kamtheman106
New Orleans Saints Fan
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Member since Mar 2012
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Need help! Tough WR and Flex Problem



So, here's the thing, I have a lackluster WR corps, but each brings something to the table that makes them an intriguing play.

Who I currently have playing:

1) James Jones vs. Detroit (Nelson looking like a no-go and Driver still possibly out too)

2) T.Y. Hilton vs. Tennessee (Andy Luck's new favorite target on his fast track at home)


But I still have the option to play:

a. Mile Austin @ Cincinnati (Although I'm leaning away from this bc the Cincy D is better than people think and Dez has just been beastin these past few weeks. Austin is a little banged up and way too up and down for me)

b. Stevie Johnson vs. St. Louis (Has been underwhelming all season, St. Louis D is stout, dealing with a hamstring, and the Bills seem to have turned to pounding the rock)

c. Josh Gordon (Cleveland) vs. Kansas City (Dunno much about Gordon, except he's had a few steller games. Weeden is very up and down though, despite how appealing a matchup against KC is...)



I'm currently playing Tony Gonzalez in my FLEX with Hernandez as my actual TE. Should I move one of my bench WRs into my FLEX, or even a starting WR slot? Can I just get some feedback on if y'all think I'm making the right moves? Like I said, each WR has upside, but none are really jumping out to me right now...







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papz
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Member since Jul 2008
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re: Need help! Tough WR and Flex Problem


I'd probably leave it as is. Detroit game should be high scoring increasing Jones' scoring chances.





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Kamtheman106
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Member since Mar 2012
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re: Need help! Tough WR and Flex Problem


Appreciate the input, ma man





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AmosMosesAndTwins
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re: Need help! Tough WR and Flex Problem


quote:

I'd probably leave it as is






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