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.5 PPR championship weekend...... I have Big Ben and Prescott - plan on playing Ben.
My DST is New Orleans... Is that a situation I should be changing by getting a different DST Team? Or change the QB to Prescott. Or leave it as Ben&New Orleans? Right now I'm leaning on staying with Ben and the Saints...
What are your comments and thoughts.... Thanks much.
Personally I think that Dak is the play to go with this week. Although he did miss his mark by quite a bit Dak should put up a very good game this week. The saint have been very okay for a defense this season, I think that if you have a better defense available in your league I would go for them. The dolphins are not owned in many leagues and have a very good matchup against Kessler and the Jags. Playing the Saints against a very dangerous Steelers team with potentially having Connor back in the backfield doesnt seem like a good play to me.
Other DST available are Cleveland, Indy, Miami, Wash, Dallas, Phil, Jax, Atlanta...
So stand with Ben and take one of these DSTs (if I drop the Saints from my roster)
Indy is driven by the closeness of a potential playoff spot.... They'll come after the Giants hard... Giants are also playing without OBJ(and so am I). Also it's a Colt home game. Can they get me over 10 points?
I have the Saints defense and like them alot, but the Steelers can put points on the board too. It's a tough decision to make I think... Saints lost to Dallas a few weeks ago
13-10 and still scored 15 points.. with 7 sacks. Also JuJu is hurt and is he doesn't playing it's a blow to Pitt.