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Week 7 Consensus Start/Sit Suggestions

Holla fantasy fans. Here are the consensus start or sit picks based on advice from 16 fantasy football experts that I linked to over the past few days - in no particular order, these players are the ones with the most start or sit votes from the experts.

QB
Start: Matt Schaub, Brad Johnson (though he also had a few sit votes), Trent Edwards, Jake Delhomme
Sit: Jason Campbell, J.T. O'Sullivan, Chad Pennington

RB
Start: Steve Slaton, Chris Johnson, Sammy Morris, Ryan Grant
Sit: Willis McGahee, Ronnie Brown, Julius Jones, Jamal Lewis

WR
Start: Lee Evans, Bernard Berrian, Torry Holt, Derrick Mason, Randy Moss, Wes Welker
Sit: Dwayne Bowe, Devery Henderson, Bobby Engram, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Lance Moore, Chad Johnson/Ocho Cinco

TE
Start: Owen Daniels, Zach Miller
Sit: John Carlson, Todd Heap, Tony Gonzalez, Vernon Davis, Alex Smith

Kicker
Start: Josh Brown, Kris Brown, Matt Bryant, John Kasay, Rob Bironas, Lawrence Tynes
Sit: Jason Hanson

D/ST
Start: Texans, Dolphins, Bucs
Sit: Cowboys, Bills, Packers, Panthers

Okay, time to get a good night's sleep - I have a full day tomorrow involving breakfast at Bob Evans, a trip to a botanical garden and a 90th birthday party. There's a wedding reception at the same locale as the 90th bday party and my sister's fiance has wagered that we can wind our way onto their dance floor and that he'll end the night by getting his picture taken with the bride from that wedding...we shall see. Let's hope there's time to watch my Northwestern Wildcats beat up on Purdue (sorry, Raz).

Comments

razmaspaz said…
Sorry to say it, but I think its time for NW to return to their rightful place at the bottom of the big ten, of course arguing over the crown of the 2nd tier of the big ten is a little silly.
Northwestern 48, Purdue 26

Go Cats!

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