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Old 12-19-2013, 12:28 PM  
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I have impossible decisions to make. Help.

I am in the finals in my big money league.

Here are the decisions I'm trying to make. They're extremely difficult at all three levels, which is a big deal because I am a big time underdog.

1 QB

Andrew Luck @ KC
Aaron Rodgers (if he plays) vs PIT

The classic decision between the known quantity and the boom-bust prospect.

3 WR

Dez Bryant @ WAS
Antonio Brown @ GB
Alshon Jeffery @ PHI
Keenan Allen vs OAK

Four extremely good options. Which one do I bench? I'm thinking Allen.

2 RB

Ray Rice vs NE
Giovanni Bernard vs MIN
Ryan Mathews vs OAK
Andre Brown @ DET
Dennis Johnson vs DEN

This is the impossible cluster****. All my options pretty much blow ass. This is the major reason I'm like a 10 point underdog this week.

I think Rice has surged back the past couple weeks, even though the stats don't suggest it. He's sure to get most of the carries in a big game against the Pats. Bernard is by far the best RB I have, but he's no guarantee to get all the touches -- still, I'm 95% sure I'm starting him this week.

Mathews has been getting a great workload here at the end of the year with Oakland's shitty defense on deck. Andre Brown is also a guarantee to get the workload, but Detroit's defense is good.

Dennis Johnson is the boom-bust guy here. With Tate out, Johnson's taking the reigns, and I've really, really liked what I've seen from him. But he's really unpredictable with the Broncos coming up, who absolutely have to beat the Texans. Still, I'd love to start him.

So I'm basically down to Bernard and either Rice, Mathews, or Johnson.

Help.
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Old 12-19-2013, 12:44 PM   #2
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If it's me.....

Luck (assuming Rodgers doesn't start)
Bryant
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Old 12-19-2013, 12:46 PM   #3
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If it's me.....

Luck (assuming Rodgers doesn't start)
Bryant
Brown
Jeffery
Bernard
Mathews
Thanks.

If Rodgers starts, do you pull the trigger on him?

Arg, that 2nd RB spot is torturing me. I'm leaning Mathews, but I really want to like Rice or even Dennis Johnson.
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Old 12-19-2013, 12:48 PM   #4
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Thanks.

If Rodgers starts, do you pull the trigger on him?

Arg, that 2nd RB spot is torturing me. I'm leaning Mathews, but I really want to like Rice or even Dennis Johnson.
It's hard to say. Rodgers is Rodgers but he hasn't played in how long?

I flip flopped between Bernard and Rice. Rice should get carries but his team is stupid and likes to throw the ball. Bernard is the most talented RB on his team....but he still loses carries to BJGE.
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Old 12-19-2013, 01:07 PM   #5
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I'm definitely starting Bernard. If I'm going to upset this guy and win the championship, it's going to be with my best runner playing.

I am just down to Mathews, Rice, and Johnson for the RB2.

I just have a feeling Johnson is going to go off for a pretty nice game. But it's a total boom or bust. And nice games don't win you championships.

It really is Mathews or Rice. Ugh.
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Old 12-19-2013, 02:14 PM   #6
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I would go with Rice, so the smart play would probably be Mathews
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Old 12-19-2013, 03:02 PM   #7
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Yeah, I have made the wrong call on Mathews all year.

I bench him, he explodes. I play him, he busts.

No idea what to do at RB2...
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Yeah, I have made the wrong call on Mathews all year.

I bench him, he explodes. I play him, he busts.

No idea what to do at RB2...
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Honestly....I think you go Bernard and Matthews. Rice hasn't done shit outside of maybe one or two games. San Diego should be up on Oakland early....so that means more carries for Matthews. In his last two games....he got 29 carries each game.
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Honestly....I think you go Bernard and Matthews. Rice hasn't done shit outside of maybe one or two games. San Diego should be up on Oakland early....so that means more carries for Matthews. In his last two games....he got 29 carries each game.
Excellent point.
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Old 12-19-2013, 03:27 PM   #12
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Excellent point.
*I reserve the right to retract my statement if Ray Rice pulls a Jamaal Charles and you lose.
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If it's that big of a tussle, you didn't draft the sonofabitch at #3 overall to sit him..FREE RICE
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I'd start Rodgers if he plays.

I agree with you that Keenan Allen is the odd man out among your superstar WRs.

And I agree with Pestilence that Bernard/Matthews is probably the way to go, but since you said you're a big underdog, I'd also consider Johnson because IMO he's the long shot with the high upside.
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It's just impossible to predict how that Texans game will play out.

If the Texans keep it competitive, Johnson will put up great numbers.

If the Broncos blow them the **** out, as we're all expecting, then Johnson has no chance.
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