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Craigums

What RB's do I start this week?

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Craigums

Ive got a slop of crummy RB's this years which two do I play this week?

Larry Johnson

Chester Taylor

Kevin Jones

Sammy Morris

Deshawn Wynn

Duece McAllister (Out)

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bgreen82

that sucks. lj against sd, deuce out, like my team. and the rest are all wild cards who you cant count on. hope you got other great positions.

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zamboni

Well I got screwed in my league. Stephen Jackson is out for 3 weeks, but he is not on the injured reserve yet, so the guy that has Deuce Mccallister in my league dropped him and picked up Jacksons back-up. Since SJ isn't on the IR the only way I can sit him is to get rid of him- isn't gonna happen.

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Scott M

Not much to pick from. LJ is probably the obvious start. Sammy Morris might be the next best, if only for goal line situations. The other guys are either going to get shut down or not get many carries I'd guess.

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JP Z

You have any free agents options? LJ is your #1.....although I would almost be ready to jump ship on all KC and NO players about now. After that you really are hurting to say the least........my Kevin Jones for upside but he is playing CHI......so Morris by the process of elimination or a Free Agent pickup.

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Craigums

there is nothing left in Free Agency, Earnest grahm and St. Louis back up got snatched up before I had a chance...to make matters worse my QB is Drew Brees. can you spell B-U-S-T....the only thing I got going on my team is Moss, Plax, and Lavernius at WR....Maybe if im lucky adrian peterson or tatum bell will get hurt for the season smile.gif

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Eckie

I also have Plax...hope the reports on him are not too accurate..sounds like his ankle is giving him some trouble, and the reports are fearing this could be a problem all year. He is having a great year, thus far.

Quick question for you, Cragum's...I just checked my free agents, and Graham is out there. I'm not sure I need him (LT, L. Jordan, Ronnie Brown and Derrick Ward), but I could swap a lower WR for him. I'm not sure how much more PT Ward will get with Jacobs coming back in a week or two...think this might be a good move on my part to snatch him now? (I'd probably drop Santana Moss for him).

Your thoughts? Thanks.

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Maybe if im lucky adrian peterson or tatum bell will get hurt for the season
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PLEASE don't say such things!!!!!!!

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