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SIT OR PLAY LT against the Vikes


Jim Panfish Uran

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I have Edge and Kevin Jones on the bench. Should i sit or play LT against the vikes rush D?????????

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Did you see what Westbrook did against them? You drafted LT #1 for a reason. I know I will be starting him and not thinking twice.

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NEVER sit LT unless he's not going to play, no matter who he's going against and no matter who your other backs are.

Aaron

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Play him, he may not be able to run the ball but they will be doing little swing passes to him. I have him also and will never sit him.

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Coaching isn't our problem guys. We don't have a QB. How many games have we lost this year by a touchdown or less? 2 losses where by 3 pts. 2 losses by 7 pts, and 1 loss by 10pts against Dallas. Out of 5 losses, 4 where by 7 pts or less. If we had a QB that could throw even half descent we'd be sitting on top of the NFC. I mean we have a Professional QB getting paid miilions and they can't hit wide open receivers down field. Blame coaching all you want, but the fault lies with the leader on the field (QB). I was actually pleased with how Brooks Bollinger passed. He threw it hard and with confidence. Childress isn't our problem!!!

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Dude you posted on the wrong one. BUT OK, it sounds like I'd be meathead to sit him!!?!?!?!?!? I still have faith in the Vikes man.. I guess I can't let that get in the way HA HA!!!! Ok it's official I will start him. Thanks everyone

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i drafted LT #1 and i will start him this weekend. He is going to score a ton of points against Vikings. Reason i say that, is that he might not score alot of points on the run, but he also might blow up and have a ton of running points, but rivers is going to throw the ball alot, and LT might even throw it.

Lt will score his points, as he always does.

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He hasn't been that great this year. He only scored 6 points last week and I lost by 3. His playoff schedule looks promising though, so I'm gearing up for a deep PO run.

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