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Jim Uran

Rogers, Warner, or Cutler????

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Rogers vs. NO

Warner against the Giants

or Cutler against the Raiders!!

TOUGH DECISION, and the only reason I'm asking is because do you think Warner will do any good against the Giants D.

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Cutler seems to be the most obvious choice, but there's no guarantee its the right one.

You could even argue for Warner against the G-men. If they're behind, he'll be throwing even more.

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Tough call. Cutler vs the Raiders would probably get the edge but I think I'd go with Rodgers for the 2nd choice. NO doesn't have nearly as good of a defense as the Giants do.

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The raiders pass defense is good. They havent allowed over 200 yards passing the last month or so. I would go with Warner no matter who he was playing, he has the 2 best recievers in the game to throw to.

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I would also go with Warner no matter who he played. I don't think any team can completely shut down their passing game with Boldin, Fitz, and even Breaston.

There are some guys you need to play each week regardless and he is one of them.

But your intial question does bring up another question in my mind. Why did you keep 3 QB's of that quality on your roster. I would have traded either Cutler or Rogers for sure. You can always use another good RB or WR over a 3rd QB. I think you have some wasted value on your team right now.

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Oakland is pathetic vs. the run and tough against the pass. You have to start WARNER no matter who they are playing.

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Warner. Must start. Dude could win the MVP. I was at the cabin reading an old S.I. from August and there was a story about Matt Leinart maturing and trying to hold off Warner. Funny to see now.

Guaranteed to get his yardage and always finds a way to sneak in a couple scores, even if he gets both in one quarter.

Like others said, if he falls behind, all the better for more yardage and attempts.

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you guys have a point on Warner, I just think with the weapons that Cutler has, hes going to blow them apart!

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If you dont lose points for interceptions than go with Warner. He'll throw the ball 50 times a game. You gotta love those odds.

Otherwise Rogers is a close second. I've got both of them in one of my leagues and it's a good problem to have!

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yeah we get penalized big for INT's, I went with Rogers, darn it Warner had a pretty darn good game, I hope meathead does decent tonight and they lose some how.

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I went with Rogers, darn it Warner had a pretty darn good game, I hope meathead does decent tonight and they lose some how.

Sheesh, in that case I hope he does lousy and they win. grin

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