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2008 Final Consensus Start/Sit Links

Greetings and welcome to the final consensus start/sit advice for the 2008 season. Sorry it's coming so late in the day - I somehow slept until almost noon today (seriously, what kind of awesome sleep-filled life am I living right now?!) and then the afternoon was filled by visits with extended family. So I'm just now getting to the consensus start/sit list.

As always this info is based on the players with the most start or sit "votes" from the start/sit links I provided yesterday. The names are listed in no particular order and of course depend on your other roster options...

QB
Start: Philip Rivers, Aaron Rodgers, Matt Ryan
Sit: Brett Favre, David Garrard, Peyton Manning

RB
Start: Kevin Smith, Matt Forte, Cedric Benson
Sit: Marshawn Lynch, Jamal Lewis, MJD

WR
Start: Vincent Jackson, Greg Jennings, Andre Johnson
Sit: Bernard Berrian, Lance Moore, Antonio Bryant, Lee Evans

TE
Start: Owen Daniels, John Carlson, Tony Scheffler, Anthony Fasano
Sit: Dustin Keller, Vernon Davis, Visanthe Shiancoe

Kicker
Start: David Akers, Mason Crosby, Nate Kaeding, Jason Elam
Sit: Adam Vinatieri, Josh Brown, Rian Lindell, Josh Scobee

D/ST
Start: Bucs, Packers, Falcons
Sit: Bills, Jets, Chargers, Panthers

Good luck tomorrow!!

Comments

It's amazing how much of a force Benson has been during the fantasy playoffs.

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