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Edwards or Colston?

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I have 4 premium WR in a 3 WR league. I have R Wayne, TJ Houshmandzadeh, B Edwards and M Colston. Wayne and TJ are my for sure 2, but who do I start for my 3rd? Colston is at Houston and Edwards is at Baltimore.

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Edwards is having a fantastic season, and Baltimore D is really starting to stink, I'd go with Braylon

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agreed. Edwards is a must start each week at this point. Colston is heating up and he'll have his time and place. Pretty stacked WR lineup you've got there, even for a premium league.

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Agree, you have to go with Edwards.

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I was smart and drafted RB's during my draft. It has paid off big time. Also, I picked up L. White and K. Jones off free agency. So I should start Edwards then! Thanks for the help.

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