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    should i trust them i got d-bowe starting as wr over harrison. bowe has been somewhat consitent. but i just picked up charles and wondering what you guys think. he is all we got this weekend but i am kind of hesitant on starting him because the team is so young. i have slaton steven jackson willis mcgahee and lj as my other options obviousley lj is benched like usual

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    Quote Originally Posted by slc chief View Post
    should i trust them i got d-bowe starting as wr over harrison. bowe has been somewhat consitent. but i just picked up charles and wondering what you guys think. he is all we got this weekend but i am kind of hesitant on starting him because the team is so young. i have slaton steven jackson willis mcgahee and lj as my other options obviousley lj is benched like usual
    I cut LJ on 1 of my teams and I have to cut Pittman now. Im actually thinking of picking up Charles myself since the RB free agency is pretty thin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slc chief View Post
    should i trust them i got d-bowe starting as wr over harrison. bowe has been somewhat consitent. but i just picked up charles and wondering what you guys think. he is all we got this weekend but i am kind of hesitant on starting him because the team is so young. i have slaton steven jackson willis mcgahee and lj as my other options obviousley lj is benched like usual
    Harrison is going downhill and now hes facing the Steelers. So you gotta go with D-Bowe and the weak Chargers D.


    Ray Rice flat out tore it up last week. Willis McGahee may see even more limited carries. Charles is a decent pick up. However, Im anxious to see how he does out of the I formation or single back more instead of shotgun.

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    I benched P. manning against the Steelers with the best pass defense for Thigpen. and I benched Chris Johnson against the Tough Bears run Defense for Jamal Charles and I Benched Lee Evans against the Patriots for DBowe. Wish me luck !
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    Quote Originally Posted by YZILLA View Post
    I benched P. manning against the Steelers with the best pass defense for Thigpen. and I benched Chris Johnson against the Tough Bears run Defense for Jamal Charles and I Benched Lee Evans against the Patriots for DBowe. Wish me luck !
    Bravo and good luck! P.Manning hasn't been as good as he used to be, I feel like he has retirement creeping up on him just around the corner.
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    I also benched P. Manning in favor of Delhomme in 1 of my leagues and then also went ahead and picked up Charles since I had to cut Pittman due to IR. I also just turned down a trade to someone wanting to trade me Harrison for DeSean Jackson. Earlier in the year I offered a combo trade for him and the guy turned it down. Now that he is having a terrible year i returned the favor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtandcrew View Post
    I also benched P. Manning in favor of Delhomme in 1 of my leagues and then also went ahead and picked up Charles since I had to cut Pittman due to IR. I also just turned down a trade to someone wanting to trade me Harrison for DeSean Jackson. Earlier in the year I offered a combo trade for him and the guy turned it down. Now that he is having a terrible year i returned the favor.
    Good move rejecting that trade. I'd much rather have DeSean on a fantasy roster at this point than Marvin Harrison.
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