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    Dont see a lot of Fantasy talk here but maybe you guys can help me out a lil bit.

    Should I start Jeff Garcia vs Dallas. Or Kurt Warner gainst Carolina? Jeff just got done lighting up Carolina. But Kurt leads in completions %, maybe even yds.

    Do I start Jags D against the Browns Offense (29th in league)? Or Texans D against Bengals Offense (32nd in the league)?

    Thought Id ask for S@#ts and giggles.

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    i have warner on my team and i could not imagine not starting him he has done nothing but produce. not sure i would second guess that offense thing i like about arizona is they will throw in the redzone sometimes even on first down. he can turn it over sometimes though

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    Dallas is on the ropes though and Garcia is on fire . I would take the chance on Garcia and Go with Jags D.
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