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Consensus Week 4 Start/Sit

A quick list of the consensus picks for the Week 4 games. Once again remember that these are the players with the most start or sit votes based on all of the expert sites that I looked at earlier this week. They're listed in no particular order and are as follows:

Start: David Garrard. Jay Cutler, Carson Palmer, Eli Manning, Jason Campbell
Sit: Matt Cassel, Mark Sanchez (also received several start votes though), Tony Romo

Start: Glen Coffee, Cedric Benson, Matt Forte, Steve Slaton, Julius Jones, Darren McFadden
Sit: Marshawn Lynch, Larry Johnson, Ryan Grant, Fred Taylor, Reggie Bush

Start: Kevin Walter, Santana Moss, Mike Sims-Walker, Devin Hester, Nate Burleson
Sit: Marques Colston, T.J. Housmandzadeh, Roy Williams, Braylon Edwards, Derrick Mason, Ted Ginn Jr., Eddie Royal

Start: Vernon Davis, Owen Daniels, Kevin Boss, Anthony Fasano, Jeremy Shockey (note he's also a top sit; go with your gut on this front)
Sit: John Carlson, Zach Miller, Jeremy Shockey

Start: Shaun Suisham, Rian Lindell, Joe Nedney 

Sit: Nate Kaeding, Rob Bironas

Start: 49ers, Redskins, Bengals

Sit: Jets, Ravens

Also I'll doing a short guest appearance on the Bruno Boys and's Fantasy Gridiron Live radio show on Sunday morning at about 10:10 am ET - listen in here for their hour-long show! I'm also hoping to spend tomorrow morning dispensing my final start/sit advice so if you e-mailed me or left a comment and don't have a response yet, don't worry, I'm still working on it!


Anonymous said…

Love the site. I check it EVERY day.

I'm having a tough time picking my #2 back. MJD is #1. I've got Pierre Thomas, Julius Jones and C. Buckhalter to pick from.

I could put one in my flex spot, but I've got R. Wayne, G. Jennings, and J. Cotchery. They seem like solid plays.

PPR league.


Had an ID error... name is Jon.
dave herman said…
I need help choosing between portis, buckalter or Cadillac
Jon - I'd go Thomas with your RB2 and I like your WRs so I wouldn't mess with the flex spot for Jones or Buckhalter.

Dave - Portis will be active but I just am not convinced he'll do very much. I think I'd go with Buckhalter here, who will probably be able to put up 70-80 yards or so.

Good luck!

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