What to do at RB?

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What to do at RB?

Postby Rsparkes » Sat Dec 17, 2016 8:44 pm

First off this is Non PPR.

Staring David Johnson is always a must.

Have 1 RB and 1 Flex open.

T. Coleman RB VS SF
K. Farrow RB VS OAK
C. Hyde RB @ ATL
F. Gore RB @ MIN
T Montgomery WR,RB @ CHI
J. Landry WR @ NYJ
A. Jeffery WR VS GB

Leaning towards Hyde and Coleman. Not sure if Hyde will keep getting the ball in a blow out.

10 yards = 1 point (Rush and Rec)
T/D = 6 points
Fumble Lost = -2

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Re: What to do at RB?

Postby nds1964@aol.com » Sat Dec 17, 2016 9:08 pm

I would go with Farrow and Hyde
Team 1
Start 1 QB, 1 RB, 2 WR, 1 Flex (RB,WR,TE),1 TE, 1K, 1 D
12 Teams Std Scoring No PPR

Team 2
Start 1 QB, 2 RB, 2WR, 1TE, 1TE/WR, 1 K, 1DST
10 Teams, STD Scoring, PPR

Team 1
QB J. Winston, A. Dalton
RB M. Gordon, M. Lynch
WR A. Green, T. Pryor, D. Jackson, M. Lee
TE T. Kelce, J. Doyle
K W. Lutz, C. Parkey
DST Bucs, Oak

Team 2
QB M.Ryan, D. Prescott
RB L. Miller, J. Allen, C. Carson, A. Kamara
WR T. Hilton, E. Sanders, S. Watkins, M. Lee
TE T. Kelce
K A. W. Lutz
DST Bucs


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