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Old 12-13-2013, 06:59 AM
 
Location: Great Falls, VA
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I'm having a tough time making up my mind on who to start in Week 15, so I was looking for some advise:

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I have three QBs in my team: Matt Ryan, Josh McCown and Jay Cutler. It looks like Cutler will start against Cleveland. I originally drafted Matt Ryan, but he slowed down a lot mid season. I've been using either Cutler or McCown since (depending on who is playing) and for the most part they have given me great results. But then again, Ryan is playing Washington at home, which looks like a very favorable match-up. What do you think? Who would you start?

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I have Jordan Cameron and Dennis Pitta. I've been using Cameron all season and he had a great game last week. But so did Pitta, and I'm not really sure who to start on Sunday.

Thanks for your help!

PS. Sorry for the typo on the thread's title.
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Old 12-13-2013, 07:05 AM
 
Location: NJ
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Matt Ryan hasn't had a good game in 7 weeks. I would go with Cutler. I don't like to play conservative in the playoffs.

I would go with Pitta and hope for a shoot out. But this one is a toss up for me.
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Old 12-13-2013, 09:02 AM
 
Location: SF Bay Area
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Bears QB facing a pretty tough Browns defense. Ryan had a decent game last week and I'd start him against the putrid Redskins defense this week.

I'd also start Cameron against a bad Bears defense.
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Old 12-13-2013, 09:47 AM
 
Location: Born & Raised DC > Carolinas > Seattle > Denver
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Bears QB facing a pretty tough Browns defense. Ryan had a decent game last week and I'd start him against the putrid Redskins defense this week.

I'd also start Cameron against a bad Bears defense.
I agree with jaypee.

Cutler has missed over a month, and might be a bit rusty. I had Josh McCown, and was going to start him. But now that Cutler was named the starter, I picked him up off the waiver wire, but I'm not starting him. Its hard to sit Cutler with Marshal and Jeffery on the field...but I see him stinking it up against a decent Cleveland pass defense.

Yes, Matt Ryan sucks this year without Julio, but Roddy White has been beasting lately, and he's going against a god awful Redskins defense.

Also agree to start Cameron, Bears defense blows.
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