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Who would you start ROS - Dalton, Darnold or Josh Allen?

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I'm in a 2 QB league and i currently have Andy Dalton as my QB2. Darnold and Josh allen are available. Who would you pick as your QB2 for ROS? 

 

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They all have their spots with juicy matchups, interested in seeing your roster and league size to see if it’s possibly worth rostering all three.

 

 

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Its a 10 team 0.5 PPR league. Would drop Brown for one of wither Darnold or Josh Allen. 

 

QB1 - Lamar Jackson

QB2 - Andy Dalton

WR1 - Edelman

WR2 - DJ Moore

RB1 - Ezekiel Elliott

RB2- aaron jones 

TE - Mark andrews 

W/R/T - Josh Jacobs

W/R/T - Ronald Jones

Bench - Tyreek Hill

Bench - Kenny Golladay

Bench - AJ Green

Bench - John Brown

Bench - Terry Mclaurin 

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These are all matchup dependent QBs who can be great in great matchups and terrible in bad matchups so I'd pick up Josh Allen through week 11 for that Miami, Philadelphia, Washington, Cleveland, Miami stretch and then after week 11 drop him and pivot and pick up Darnold if he's available then. Darnold's schedule looks really good from weeks 9 to 16 so he's a good choice. Dalton's probably out because he doesn't have the long strings of bad defenses that those two get to face. 

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Yea I’d roll dalton this week and drop brown for darnold in this case only because Allen has the bye next week. Then next week, if available, drop dalton for Sam and play the matchups 

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