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Week 6 consensus start/sit list

Greetings and welcome to the consensus start/sit list for Week 6. As a reminder, I go through all of the start/sit links that I posted throughout the week and I tally up the players with the most start/sit votes. The players are listed in no particular order below.

QB
Start: Eli Manning, Tony Romo
Sit: Alex Smith, Rex Grossman, Matt Schaub

RB
Start: Ryan Torain, James Starks, Cedric Benson, Ahmad Bradshaw, Earnest Graham (note the experts are fairly split on Graham though - he had several sit votes)
Sit: DeAngelo Williams, Jahvid Best, BenJarvus Green-Ellis

WR
Start: A.J. Green, Dez Bryant, Victor Cruz
Sit: Brandon Marshall, Reggie Wayne, Santana Moss

TE
Start: Dustin Keller, Aaron Hernandez
Sit: Dallas Clark, Owen Daniels, Heath Miller

DST
Start: Bengals, Steelers, Vikings
Sit: 49ers, Cowboys

Kicker
Start: Mason Crosby
Sit: Josh Brown, Adam Vinatieri

Good luck!

Comments

i like stuff said…
you've probably done this before, but have you ever evaluated how accurate the consensus sit/starts are?
Eric said…
Not that accurate this week.

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