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Post I need a little advice
I didnt notice until after the draft had ended that i had combinations of rb and wrs on the same teams. Do you think this is a disadvantage? I dont like the thought of feeling like they will be competing for scores as far as my fantasy team goes.


Tue Aug 28, 2007 1:40 am
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I think at RB you're okay. Some people call this handcuffing. Basically you have the guys backup incase the starter gets injured.

WR's might be a different story but it would depend on how many WR's you have and how many you need to start. Generally, like a regular draft I would go for best player available and not worry too much about teams.

Chad Johnson and TJ Housh is a good example of same team WR's that put up good points last year.


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Post Re: I need a little advice
NORTHMAN wrote:
I didnt notice until after the draft had ended that i had combinations of rb and wrs on the same teams. Do you think this is a disadvantage? I dont like the thought of feeling like they will be competing for scores as far as my fantasy team goes.


Another problem with having players from the same team is the bye week. If you have to sit 3 starters you are almost certainly going to take a loss.

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