Yay or Neigh to Greg Jennings?
Yay… for one more week. I’ve gotten this far with him, hopefully he can finally produce something. – Pat Mayo
Both. I have a feeling the Pack come up big in Chicago, but I still can’t rank him higher than a WR3, given performance. – Jake Ciely
Neigh…Green Bay seems out of sorts offensively right now. – Dr. Roto
Not a good situation, maybe a WR3… – Adam Zdroik
… Darren McFadden?
Meh. DMC is the ultimate let down, but if you’re out of options he should be fine… if he can make it through an entire game. – Pat Mayo
Yea, until he gets hurt. Seriously, do you WANT to trust your playoff life on DMC’s ability to stay healthy? – Jake Ciely
Yay…Anyone against the Chiefs is a solid start. – Dr. Roto
As long as he’s healthy he’ll get plenty of touches, and what’s not to like about touches against KC? If I have him, I’m probably starting him. – Adam Zdroik
I’m desperate at tight end, give me a name to plug in, please!
Dennis Pitta! New OC in Baltimore should realize the Broncos aren’t aware TEs are eligible receivers. – Pat Mayo
Bit too late for that! Ok, maybe Scheffler with Pettigrew hurting. – Jake Ciely
Tony Moeaki. The Raiders are bad against the TE and Dwayne Bowe is out this week. – Dr. Roto
The Lions have already been plucked off the wire, what’s another defense I can stream?
Miami’s D/ST should be able to crack double-digits against a pretty pathetic Jags offense. – Pat Mayo
Rams. Solid D/ST most of the year in a matchup with little threat aside from ADP. – Jake Ciely
Tennessee. The Titans play well at home and Mark Sanchez is still the QB for the Jets. – Dr. Roto
The Rams definitely need to be plucked, and then you have the Titans against Sanchez on MNF. They’ll get a few sacks and some turnovers. – Adam Zdroik
If Danny Amendola is out again, do I start Brandon Gibson or Chris Given? It seems like neither can produce in the same game.
I like Givens in this spot. Minnesota’s secondary is decent at taking away intermediate routes, but lack the personnel to cover deep routes. – Pat Mayo
And that’s why you avoid both if possible. Deep or needy owners can go Givens. The targets were still there – the accuracy just wasn’t last week. – Jake Ciely
I will go Givens, as the Vikings can be beaten deep. – Dr. Roto
Chris Givens is the choice. Always go with the home run hitter when two guys are pretty even. – Adam Zdroik
Rank Colin Kaepernick, Matt Stafford, Matt Ryan, Tony Romo and Ben Roethlisberger in order of startability.
Kaepernick, Ryan, Ben, Romo, Stafford. – Pat Mayo
Ryan is tops facing the NYG secondary. Stafford, even with matchup, is just too good. CK is next given ability, and then Ben over Romo. Both of the last two QB’s matchups are tough but at least Ben’s WRs are 100 percent. – Jake Ciely
Ryan, Stafford, Ben, Kaepernick, and Romo. – Dr. Roto
Stafford, Ryan, Romo (drops if Dez can’t go), Kaepernick, Roethlisberger. – Adam Zdroik