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I need a good website that shows who is starting fjor a team and who is on the bench. I have to add a wideout and I am not sure if the guys I have are even starting. they are N. poole for Arizona or B Johnson for new england. Are they both terrible, should I drop one and look for another of the scrap heap? thank you

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Not sure I even know who Poole is. And I'm pretty sure that Deion Branch and Givens are the starters in New England.

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They are both 5th recivers for their teams. Unless this is a huge leauge there have to be better choices. Just my 2cents

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Nate Poole is the WR that caught the infamous pass last year against the purple. He's useless to a fantasy team. Bethel Johnson is an exciting player, but unless you get points for his return capabilities he's not going to help. A good site with depth charts and such for each team is fftoday dot com. (I think I can put that since its not a link, if not I apologize) Maybe you could try some of the NFL rookies to find a guy. Michael Clayton (Bucs), Reggie Williams (Jags) and Lee Evans (Buf), they are relatively unknown and they could(have) emerge as starters. Another might be a favorite of mine, Kelley Washington (Cin).

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Thanks for the help guys, I am in a farely large league with a lot of starting recievers. ff

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piker, fftoday is an awsome depth chart site. You can see if your guy is a #3or #4 reciever. Most teams have three recievers most of the time, do they not? thanks. ff

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First Ice, funny you should say that. The three guys i am looking at are Watts(Denver) troy edwards(jacsonville) and T Carter(Giants). I am going to pick up two of the three. Probably going to bee Watts and Walters. ff

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Another Sleeper is Lee Evans a Rookie WR from Buffalo. He's is currently the #3 but he is pushing Josh Reed for the #2 spot.

Also, Justin Gage from CHI is probably the most potent receiver on the team although he is a #3.

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If you want to grab a sleeper go with Darius Watts from the Broncos. I'm betting be beats out Ashlie Lelie by midseason.

FI

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Don't get Troy Edwards, he's the 3rd receiver for the jags now. Rookie Reggie Williams has looked good and moved up to starter past Edwards.

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