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    Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    I have a WR/RB flex position in my fantasy football league, and I need some advice for week 1. I can either play M. Crabtree (questionable QB), H. Ward (questionable QB), J. Gaffney, Bradshaw, J. Stewart (injury concerns), or P. Thomas (tough D). I appreciate any help.



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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonemaniac7 View Post
    I have a WR/RB flex position in my fantasy football league, and I need some advice for week 1. I can either play M. Crabtree (questionable QB), H. Ward (questionable QB), J. Gaffney, Bradshaw, J. Stewart (injury concerns), or P. Thomas (tough D). I appreciate any help.
    Is it a PPR league? If so, play Crabtree (he's good to go). Actually, I'd probably play him either way.



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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonemaniac7 View Post
    I have a WR/RB flex position in my fantasy football league, and I need some advice for week 1. I can either play M. Crabtree (questionable QB), H. Ward (questionable QB), J. Gaffney, Bradshaw, J. Stewart (injury concerns), or P. Thomas (tough D). I appreciate any help.
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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    Crabtree. He's going to have a big season.

    Edit: That is if it is a PPR league. If it is not I say use Pierre Thomas as he's guaranteed a lot of touches.


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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    How many team league is this?? thats one heck of a bench to have to decide for a flex position.

    I would go Thomas. he will be getting goal line carries and should have a good night.



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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    Oops. Based on the title, I thought this was Kama Sutra thread.




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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    Last season Seattle was the 3rd worse passing defense in the league (245.7 ypg, 27 TD) Quarterback rating against Seattle was 93.4. I'm not sure if Seattle could improve much in a season. Unless Alex Smith turns out to be a total dud (that would put David Carr at starting QB) it would be hard to sit Crabtree.

    Edit: I just checked last year's game at Seattle (which was a loss for SF). Smith threw for 310 yards and 2 touchdowns. Crabtree had 60 yards.


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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    i also have a fantasy question. Im in a PPR league.

    I have one Running back spot to fill and i have Jerome Harrison and Deangelo Williams.

    They say harrison is going to have a huge week while williams is in time share.

    Im so torn


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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    Jerome, because hes not sharing carries



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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonemaniac7 View Post
    I have a WR/RB flex position in my fantasy football league, and I need some advice for week 1. I can either play M. Crabtree (questionable QB), H. Ward (questionable QB), J. Gaffney, Bradshaw, J. Stewart (injury concerns), or P. Thomas (tough D). I appreciate any help.
    Bradshaw.

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    i also have a fantasy question. Im in a PPR league.

    I have one Running back spot to fill and i have Jerome Harrison and Deangelo Williams.

    They say harrison is going to have a huge week while williams is in time share.

    Im so torn
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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    D. Anderson or C. Palmer this weekend.



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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by cjb1978 View Post
    D. Anderson or C. Palmer this weekend.
    palmer. i wouldnt trust anderson at all



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    Re: Fantasy Flex Position Advice

    Maclin vs GB or Sims-Walker vs Denver?



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