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Pick 2

Unread postby Lebowski » Wed Dec 16, 2009 7:00 pm

Who would you start out of these 2 WRS:

TJ Hoosh
Josh Cribbs

Just picked up Cribbs this week, on a hunch that the long week allowed Daboll to construct more plays for him. Hoosh has been a disappointment all year, but he's the safe pick. Final four of my fantasy league.

Here is the rest of my starters:

Romo
Ray Rice
S. Jackson or Ricky Williams (havent decided yet)
Desean Jackson
Derrick Mason
WR3 (Cribbs or Hoosh)
A. Gates
Jeff Reed
San Diego
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Re: Pick 2

Unread postby jack_tors » Sun Dec 20, 2009 2:43 am

Lebowski wrote:Who would you start out of these 2 WRS:

TJ Hoosh
Josh Cribbs

Just picked up Cribbs this week, on a hunch that the long week allowed Daboll to construct more plays for him. Hoosh has been a disappointment all year, but he's the safe pick. Final four of my fantasy league.

Here is the rest of my starters:

Romo
Ray Rice
S. Jackson or Ricky Williams (havent decided yet)
Desean Jackson
Derrick Mason
WR3 (Cribbs or Hoosh)
A. Gates
Jeff Reed
San Diego


Do you get points for return yards from WR's? Cribbs main value is return yards so if you dont get that, I wouldnt start him. Sure, Josh had a nice week running the ball last week but I would count on that every week. Plus, he has only 19 receptions and is averaging 10 yards receiving a game. If he doesnt break one returning a kick, then he will kill you. He is the best player on this team but that doesnt always translate to a stat sheet.

Housh on the other hand averages 55 yards a game and is at home vs a 1-12 team. I dont think he drops 100 and 2 scores but 60 yards and perhaps a score is possible.

I personally play the odds and go with Housh... or look for a young sleeper out in the league. Good luck!!
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