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  1. Williams, Cooper and OJ Reason against Brate is he's been ineffective when OJ has played a full game, and Penny is behind Davis and Carson in the pecking order.
  2. When OJ has been active and not left the game hurt, he's done well and Brate hasn't brought home any fantasy points. So I'd back OJ. As for the other, I'd take a risk and bet on Cooper, bit hit or miss, but he's got upside if Carr gets him the ball. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/727926-pick-2-rbs-to-start-whir/
  3. I'd lean towards Drake. His usage and match up aren't the best but he does possess RB1 upside when he's used properly and is on form. Second choice would be Crowell. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/727926-pick-2-rbs-to-start-whir/
  4. Coleman. Bucs defense is not very good and I'd back the falcons to put up a big score against them. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/727926-pick-2-rbs-to-start-whir/
  5. Gordon I wouldn't drop any of them for the trio below. Godwin is the third option at receiver and has to contend with Brate and OJ; Gabriel is boom or bust and a third option at best; and despite his snap rate, Hogan has too many names to contend with. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/727926-pick-2-rbs-to-start-whir/
  6. Locket has been a good fantasy pick so far this season. Enunwa has one dud performance so far, I'd expect him to get back on track. And Stills does have big play ability, boom or bust, but if you need to go big he's a decent bet. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/727926-pick-2-rbs-to-start-whir/
  7. Ekeler is a good choice. He gets decent usage most games. I'd say Drake with the other one. Obviously he's a risky play with Gore being the Dolphins other back and his usage to date, plus factor in the Bears defense and I'm starting to question my own selection here. But he does offer the most upside of the backs here if he does get heavy usage and/or breaks away on a big play like he is capable of doing.
  8. Normally I'd say Watson, but with a question mark next to him with injury I'd rather back Cam as a safer play with him being healthy.
  9. I'd back Coleman against the fairly lacklustre and often inept Buccaneers defense. Also less chance of his backup taking snaps away from him, since Cohen is pretty involved at times at the expense of Howard. Thanks with mine!
  10. Tough call. Enunwa didn't get any points last week and Crowell had a big game. Usually in PPR I'd be tempted to roll with Enunwa and call last week's contest a blip, but I'd go for Crowell. So far Darold has thrown for under 200 yards in all but one game (I think?), and Crowell should get the bulk of the carries and goalline work. I'd fancy him to have the bigger game this week. Thanks for the help on mine!
  11. Big Ben's record in early road kick offs isn't great, and he hasn't scored more than 15 points in six out of eight road games against the Bengals and QBs average less than 13 points against them at home (stats via NFL start so sit em). Hard to sit Big Ben and sods law he'll likely have a big game when us owners sit him. So I'm starting him in the league I own him, but if I had Goff as my other QB I'd start him because I think the match up should a bit easier for them. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/727926-pick-2-rbs-to-start-whir/
  12. I'd start Shady. The Bills usually give him a heavy workload. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/727926-pick-2-rbs-to-start-whir/
  13. Bit torn on who to pick in my standard scoring league... David Johnson, Marshawn Lynch, Joe Mixon, Kenyan Drake, Alex Collins, Ronald Jones Got to pick two to start. I'm leaning towards DJ and Mixon, but Lynch against the Seahawks is tempting... Leave a link!
  14. Dez, DT, JuJu, Keenan - all four of these offer safe floors and upside. I wouldn't consider starting Corey Davis yet. The Steelers can be a tough match up and I wouldn't be surprised if they kept that offense in check.
  15. Woods: Before the last two weeks he was consistently getting 5 or 6 receptions and yards, now he's scored in back to back weeks. Every week starter for me. Diggs: Back on form after a slump, hopefully he can keep it up. If Rivers is available, I would consider starting Allen because he's offered a safe floor so far in PPR leagues. However, if Rivers is out I would consider starting Cooks.