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What's your biggest fantasy football concern going forward for the rest of the 2

  1. profile image56
    Dwight Hicksposted 5 years ago

    What's your biggest fantasy football concern going forward for the rest of the 2012 season?

    My biggest concern is my flex play.  As of now, I'm in the playoffs, but my flex has been less than consistent.

  2. Steve Schroeder profile image78
    Steve Schroederposted 5 years ago

    My top three picks in most of my leagues have all been very consistent and highly productive players.  I rarely draft high risk/high reward players, so I like my draft picks and hope they continue in production and avoid injuries!

  3. mrpip profile image59
    mrpipposted 5 years ago

    Maurice Jones-Drew and whether or not he returns. And my second biggest concern is whether or not my #1 QB, Michael Vick will get benched down in Philly.

  4. GiancarloLorenzo profile image71
    GiancarloLorenzoposted 5 years ago

    My biggest concern is not seriously doing harm to another human being because my fantasy season is getting ruined by injuries.

  5. BLACKANDGOLDJACK profile image85
    BLACKANDGOLDJACKposted 5 years ago

    I keep going the wrong way in juggling my QBs. I have Matthew Stafford at Yahoo and Aaron Rodgers at NFL.com. Big Ben is my backup on both teams. So this week I played Big Ben on Yahoo. He gets 21.48 and Stafford gets 32.28. I played Rodgers at NFL. com and he gets 13.84 and Ben gets 21.48. Geez, I figured Rodgers would smoke the Jags. The other dumb thing I did on NFL.com was switch from Heath Miller to Antonio Gates at the last minute. Gates gets 1.40 and Miller gets 10.60. It really sucks when you have players on the bench that would have won games for you. Good thing the Steelers won or I would have been suicidal.

    1. profile image56
      Dwight Hicksposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      LOL! I understand completely.  I'm a Cowboy fan and had Romo starting for the first 3 games....I went out and traded for Peyton....Best move I made all year. Hurts when my boys lose but not having to rely on Romo in fantasy softens the blow.

  6. profile image56
    Dwight Hicksposted 5 years ago

    Honestly, my team isn't good enough to win the championship in my "main" league but I keep winning and have a great record...I've won 5 straight games due to Monday Night Football performances and this week will make number 6 if Vernon Davis can get me at least 12 points.  I just need one key trade, that's it...

 
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