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Consensus Start and Sit for Week 15

Welcome to the Week 15 consensus start/sit list. I look at all the start/sit links that I've posted on Wednesday, Thursday and today (see below) and keep a tally of the most popular start and sit suggestions at each position. So think of this as a summary of all those many start/sit lists out there...

First, a few start/sit links that weren't up yet as of yesterday:
Consensus picks are as follows:
  • QB
    • Start: Kurt Warner, Matt Hasselbeck, Derek Anderson, Carson Palmer, Drew Brees, and Brett Favre
    • Sit: Jon Kitna, David Garrard, Kellen Clemens, Donovan McNabb
  • RB
    • Start: Earnest Graham, Willis McGahee, Joseph Addai, Ryan Grant, Jamal Lewis, Rudi Johnson
    • Sit: AP2 (Chicago), Fred Taylor, Edgerrin James, Kolby Smith, Clinton Portis
  • WR
    • Start: Lee Evans, Braylon Edwards, Chris Chambers, Bernard Berrian, Larry Fitzgerald
      Sit: Laveranues Coles, Roddy White, Steve Smith, Jerry Porter, Dwayne Bowe
  • TE
    • Start: Donald Lee, Kellen Winslow, Jason Witten, Antonio Gates, Chris Cooley
    • Sit: Alge Crumpler, Robert Royal, Heath Miller, L.J. Smith, Jeremy Shockey
  • Kicker
    • Start: Mason Crosby, Shayne Graham, Jay Feely
    • Sit: Sebastian Janikowski, Nate Kaeding, Mike Nugent, Jason Hanson
  • D/ST
    • Start: Colts, Bengals, Vikings, Seahawks, Ravens, Pats
    • Sit: Bears, Steelers, Eagles, Bills, Jags
On a side note, it is snowing here again. I will be spending much of the afternoon doing library things but also thinking about all of the new snow accumulating in the mountains. And outside my front door. If you were thinking of coming to Colorado to ski or board, I do highly recommend it, but I have to admit that right now I'm extremely jealous of my dad who lives in sunny, warm Florida. Anyway, when I'm not staring at the snow, I plan on getting both an IDP Forecast up this afternoon and being available to chat this afternoon if anyone has lineup questions.

Good luck in the playoffs!

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Comments

Highlander said…
Here's a Deep Sleeper/Shocker
Start Devin 'Uncle' Hester vs the Vikings-
He had an 81 yd TD pass when they first met and caught 5 passes last week. Couple a new QB and no running game against my Vikes I have a gut feeling on him.
Will I have the 'balls' (sorry BookLady) to start him in a playoff matchup. Why not, i'm already in a hole cause the Broncos suck and I started Selvin Young
Anonymous said…
FFL,

sorry about the Broncos last night. At least Jay Cutler is playing better. He certainly helped me out some on one of my teams.

-Freddie
www.fantasysportsmatrix.com/user/freddie-footballer
Thanks Freddie - it was a rough loss last night. What can you do? There's always next year...

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