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Author: [Fantasy Sports] Topic: Ridley, S-Jax or Deangelo Williams for my flex
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Posted: 11/30/2012 11:16:15 AM
Im going crazy trying to figure this out. I need another win to get into the playoffs.

Ridley is going against a tough Miami run defense. Jackson is going against another tough defense in the niners even though he did good against them a couple weeks ago. That game was close so they kept feeding him the ball. I think the 49ers are going to blow the rams out this week and think the Rams will have to throw it more. Williams im leaning to because he doesn't have to split anymore with Stewart being out. The Cheifs run defense isn't good at all. They all have so many pros and cons. Any help guys!
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Posted: 11/30/2012 12:23:11 PM
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Posted: 11/30/2012 12:30:02 PM
Ridley.  Yeah, Miami is tough, but SF is as well and NE has the ability to loosen 'em up through the air (way better than the Rams).  In Carolina, you're competing with 2 others that run them in (including the QB).  

Live and die with your studs this time of year for the most part.  
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Posted: 11/30/2012 3:19:46 PM
Ridley will at least get a shot since ne will put up points. 

S.jax lack of team offense & sf def no Ty

D.will no way in hell I'd use him 

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Posted: 12/1/2012 6:48:13 AM

Colin Cowheard who is like 36-19 ATS picked a major beatdown by the 49ers Sunday-easily covering-this smells like Brady 2001 all over again and the D helped that boy all the way incl. a nice beatdown of the "greatest show on turf" in the big one...

Plus 49ers stunk up the first match-up and their D got ripped before NO by Jaworski and how did that turn out? Brees hasn't been the same since...

I have Luck or Kaepernick-who would you play?

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Posted: 12/1/2012 8:33:34 AM
Don't think you can bench Ridley no matter who he plays. I have him too and it's frustrating when they pull him out for Vereen and Woodhead, but he's still a top 5 RB. They move the ball so well he's always good for a goalline run or two to pad his stats.
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Posted: 12/1/2012 9:40:20 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Hoyasaxa:

Colin Cowheard who is like 36-19 ATS picked a major beatdown by the 49ers Sunday-easily covering-this smells like Brady 2001 all over again and the D helped that boy all the way incl. a nice beatdown of the "greatest show on turf" in the big one...

Plus 49ers stunk up the first match-up and their D got ripped before NO by Jaworski and how did that turn out? Brees hasn't been the same since...

I have Luck or Kaepernick-who would you play?

Of topic, but I would not expect Cowherd to continue his hot streak, if he's honestly done that well. There's a little thing called regression to the mean, especially when the person is an annoying and smug dipshit like him. Just saying. The bottom is going to fall out at any moment, I would absolutely bet on that.

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Posted: 12/1/2012 9:42:46 AM
But to answer your question, gotta roll w/Kaepernick because he has the running element to pad his stats. I think SF blows out St. Louis this week. That tie has gotta be bugging the hell out of them.
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Posted: 12/2/2012 12:51:10 PM
Deangelo by the numbers is the play.  Ridley could have a good game but Vareen and Woodhead always cut into his reps.  Also, the Pats love to throw the ball.  Deangelo has the best matchup and their is no J. Stewart.  KC gives up over 120 yards per game.  Stephen Jackson is a no for me.
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Posted: 12/2/2012 4:13:37 PM
my choice was wrong on that one.... 
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Posted: 12/3/2012 6:07:48 PM
Yea I went with Williams. He didn't cost me though. Ryan Broyles really screwed me when he went down yesterday. In my league Williams finished with 8pts, Ridley 13pts and S-Jax 16pts.
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