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Starting, the sun

I don't mean to harp on this, but could a city be any more humid than Ft. Lauderdale is right now? No complaints, I'm digging it, but WOW. Now I need to be brief here since I have a date with my grandmother in just an hour or so...and a date with the shower since I still haven't managed to make it out of my pajamas yet (man, I love vacations!). So onto starts and sits:
I'll try to get a consensus up as well as some IDP links later today, but could be a little tricky today. I'll do what I can! But if you need more links, check out my daily blog with and my weekly column with the NY Times, First-Class Fantasy Football Links.


Anonymous said…
Which two would you start: Addai, Earnest Graham, or Slaton?
Anonymous said…
What Type of value do you think Westbrook should get in a 12 team, 2 player keeper league?
Anonymous said…
To answer your question, yes.

I live in New Olreans and we are usually more humid than most of Florida.
Anonymous said…
Start 3 RB's
PPR league

F Gore -obvious
E Graham
S Slaton
C Buckhalter
Anonymous said…
Which 2, barber, turner and gore for week 6? Also, have you seen this
pretty cool idea
Bobbert said…
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Anonymous said…
Fantasy Football Librarian,

Currently I am currently in a bind when it comes to receivers, I need to start 3 out of my possible 5 this week.

This is in a PPR, 10yrd per Point, 12point TD league so it does help to have a score or two. The receivers that I have this week include

Braylon Edwards <--Bounce back week?
Wes Welker <-- Great in PPR but lacks TDs
Kevin Walter <-- Could be an option if Johnson keeps getting double coverage
Marques Colston <-- Should be back this week, could be slightly rusty but a thumb issue isn't as bad as many other injuries
Patrick Crayton <-- Fourth (or fifth) option in this Offense

So, who would be your picks for this week?
Okay, starts and sits...

Anon #1 - I would start Graham and Slaton, I think.

Anon #2 - Westbrook will be back after the bye and I'm guessing he'll be a low-end #1/high-end #2 for the rest of the season at that point.

Next anon - Gore, Graham and Slaton

Next anon - Barber and Gore; haven't seen that site before, thanks. Will go check it out!

Last anon - I'd go with Welker, Walter and Colston; I think Colston is probably just as risky as Edwards and Crayton this week and why not go with the guy on his come back week?

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