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Final consensus start/sit of 2010

Welcome to the final installment of the consensus start/sit list. Those of you still duking it out in Week 17, I wish you the best of luck and may this list be of help if you're in a pickle. I've gone through all of this week's start/sit links (plus a few more) and tallied up those players with the most start and sit votes. Those players are listed below in no particular order...

QB
Start: Ben Roethlisberger, Sam Bradford, Joe Flacco
Sit: Jay Cutler, Josh Freeman

RB
Start: Ryan Mathews, Shonn Greene, Brandon Jacobs
Sit: Peyton Hillis, Cedric Benson, Matt Forte (however he was on the start list for several sites), Knowshon Moreno

WR
Start: Brandon Marshall, Mario Manningham, Jacoby Jones, Percy Harvin, Mike Thomas
Sit: Santana Moss, Deion Branch

TE
Start: Owen Daniels, Tony Gonzalez, Marcedes Lewis
Sit: Visanthe Shiancoe, Benjamin Watson, Jermaine Gresham

DST
Start: Falcons, Giants
Sit: no consensus

Kicker
Start: Nate Kaeding, Adam Vinatieri, Jeff Reed, Matt Bryant
Sit: David Buehler

Good luck! And remember to join in on the playoffs fun and keep your fantasy season rolling with the FFLibrarian Playoff Challenge league. If that link doesn't work for you and you'd like an invitation instead, just send me an e-mail.

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Unknown said…
Thanks for all your hard work FFLibrarian! I found you after week three this year and loved that you had corralled all the info that I needed to win a few of my leagues this year. have a great new year and we'll hopefully see you for the start of a new fantasy year.

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