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Consensus Start or Sit for Week 8 - and the FFLibrarian back on the radio!

I've found a few more sites with start/sit suggestions to add to the list:
I've looked at 16 start or sit advice sites that I've linked to throughout the week and done a tally of those players that are most frequently mentioned. They are as follows, in no particular order:


Start: Matt Schaub, Jake Delhomme, Donovan McNabb, Jason Campbell, Jeff Garcia
Sit: Eli Manning, David Garrard, Matt Ryan, Brad Johnson, Marc Bulger

Start: Steve Slaton, Chris Johnson, Thomas Jones, Maurice Jones-Drew, LenDale White
Sit: Darren McFaden/Fargas, Brandon Jacobs, Willie Parker, Dominic Rhodes, Michael Turner

Start: Lee Evans, Randy Moss, Santana Moss, Vincent Jackson, DeSean Jackson, Antonio Bryant, Marques Colston
Sit: Marvin Harrison, Torry Holt, Steve Breaston, Roddy White, Roy Williams

Start: Owen Daniels, Chris Cooley, Jeremy Shockey, Todd Heap, L.J. Smith
Sit: John Carlson, Anthony Fasano, Heath Miller, Zach Miller

Start: Rob Bironas, Joe Nedney
Sit: Adam Vinatieri, Josh Brown

Start: Jets, Pats, Skins, Jags, Texans
Sit: Chargers, Cardinals, Seahawks

Finally, this isn't a start/sit link but check out Hatty Waiver Wire Guru's latest video for suggestions on trade targets that you might want to think about - and the kind of trade bait that might be required.

This isn't the last you'll hear of me this weekend - I'll be on the Scott Engel Radio Show from RotoExperts live on Sunday morning starting at 11:15 eastern. I don't have the exact link but try this out and look for Who Do You Love? Starts and Sits on 10/26.


Bobbert said…
In a PPR league that gives 12pts for TDs I have some decent choices this week but I can only use 3 of them.

L. Evans
M. Colston
B. Edwards
W. Welker

I'm feeling Colston and Evans are locks but I just don't know if Edwards's upside can be beaten by Welkers 7receptions for 65yards average.

Anyone have some insight?

Thanks in advance.
Unknown said…
i listen to a lot of Cleveland radio, that team is a mess i would try to trade edwards while you can. he won't have any CONSISTENT value unless quinn is actually good. which we still don't really know. i'm biased against these guys cause they always let me down, i'm a huge browns fan but i never have ANY of them on my fantasy teams:)edwards and winslow are clearly the only guys worth a spot on your team but the inconsistency kills their value in my mind, ESPECIALLY this season. and welker is my favorite player, cassel's go to guy! NE is at home, cassel plays well at home, i'd go with welker and see just how good the rams are!

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