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KcMizzou 11-08-2012 10:00 PM

Weird situation
 
I'm starting the Pit D against the Chiefs (for obvious reasons)

I have to choose between starting Bowe, or Mike Williams from the Bucs.

The guy I'm playing is starting Freeman at QB.

In that situation, who do you start?

Buck 11-08-2012 10:45 PM

Williams.

Pretty sure he's higher ranked this season. I traded away Bowe because I had Williams on my bench. He's been my most solid player every week since then.

Ebolapox 11-08-2012 11:29 PM

yeah, williams is obvious.

sedated 11-09-2012 07:58 AM

I don’t think I’ve ever picked my players based on who my opponent has.

Old Dog 11-09-2012 09:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sedated (Post 9100828)
I donít think Iíve ever picked my players based on who my opponent has.

If I have 2 WRs that I project to do about the sme in a given week against the other guys QB I normally play "his" WR. If the QB goes off, my WR is likely going to get at least some of the love.

sedated 11-09-2012 10:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Old Dog (Post 9101036)
If I have 2 WRs that I project to do about the sme in a given week against the other guys QB I normally play "his" WR. If the QB goes off, my WR is likely going to get at least some of the love.

What about the other side of the coin Ė if your guy gets a TD catch, that means his QB gets a TD pass. And if his guy has a bad day, your guy has a bad day.


I have a feeling these only have the illusion of affecting eachother Ė like flipping a coin, getting heads 5 times in a row, and thinking the next flip MUST be tails, when in reality the chances are still 50/50.

Old Dog 11-09-2012 11:02 AM

@ sedated.
I agree with your assessment but I guess to my twisted way of thinking, a QB is normally one of the higher scoring guys on your fantasy roster. If he has a crappy game and my WR does as well, I'm going to end up coming out ahead. It may not make any real sense, it's just something I've seen work more often than not.
Don't mistake what I'm saying, I'm not benching Calvin Johnson to start Baldwin just because my opponent is starting Cassel, but if I have 2 like WRs, I'll try to protect my lineup knowing that any TDs his QB throws have a great likelihood of also scoring for me.


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