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Consensus Week 3 start/sit

Again, sorry for the brevity - don't worry, I won't be traveling again for quite some time! - but here are the consensus picks for Week 3. For those that haven't seen the consensus picks before, I go through all of the start/sit links that I posted earlier this week and tally up those players that have the most votes as a start or sit player. These aren't necessarily my picks, just the players that the experts agree about the most!

Start: Eli Manning, Matt Schaub, Ben Roethlisberger, David Garrard, Trent Edwards
Sit: Matt Cassel, Brett Favre, Carson Palmer, Kerry Collins

Start: Willis McGahee, Tim Hightower, Felix Jones, Fred Jackson
Sit: Thomas Jones, Cedric Benson, Larry Johnson, Julius Jones, Willie Parker

Start: Mario Manningham, Santana Moss, Greg Jennings, Vincent Jackson, Terrell Owens, Jerricho Cotchery
Sit: Brandon Marshall, T.J. Housmandzadeh, Justin Gage

Start: Kellen Winslow, Chris Cooley, Dustin Keller, Brent Celek, Jeremy Shockey
Sit: Greg Olsen, Zach Miller, Visanthe Shiancoe

Start: Lawrence Tynes, Neil Rackers, Nate Kaeding

Sit: No consensus from the experts

Start: Denver Broncos, Washington Redskins, Green Bay Packers
Sit: New England Patriots


Anonymous said…
I'm sorry, but there must be some mistake. There is no way that MJD wasn't a consensus sit/start. Elite running back going up against a defense that had been absolutely gutted by the run this year.
Most start/sit sites don't list studs, which MJD most certainly is, so you won't find studs on this consensus list very often if at all. Thanks for bringing this up - I keep forgetting to mention that when I describe the consensus that I run!

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