NFLGridironGab Answers Your Fantasy Questions


It’s already week five of the NFL season, and it’s time to get those big fantasy football lineups ready to go! With that, we know there are a lot of storylines around the league when it comes to fantasy, and our panel of fantasy football studs here at NFL Gridiron Gab are ready to help YOU make the right moves!

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7 Responses to “NFLGridironGab Answers Your Fantasy Questions”

  1. Joe Mast says:

    Sit/Start Week 2

    I need help for WRs and RBs. Here is who I have to choose from. I need you to pick 3 WRs and 2 RBs.
    Randy Moss
    Chad Ocho Cinco
    DeSean Jackson
    Larry Johnson
    Laurence Maroney
    Steve Slaton
    Ronnie Brown
    Justin Fargas
    Patrick Crayton
    Also available on the wire
    Eddie Royal
    Devery Henderson
    David Patten
    Micheal Jenkins
    Tim Hightower
    Jerious Norwood
    If you like a wire, who would you drop?
    Joe Mast

  2. Matt Loede says:

    On the RB front, go with Larry Johnson and Steve Slaton

    WR – Moss, Ocho Cinco, DeSean Jackson

    Matt Loede

  3. Joe,

    As far as WR’s are concerned, I like: Moss, Ocho Cinco and Henderson. The RB’s I like are: Johnson and Slaton.

    Stephen Rhodes

  4. Al says:


    WR-Moss, Ocho Cinco and Crayton

    RB- LJ and Fargas.


    Al Gordon

  5. John Hensley says:

    Hey there, I just searched and FORTUNATELY found this site to get some advice. Any you can provide, just the opinion alone will help me make a decision.

    Anyways, my RB’s are Steven Jackson and Reggie Bush, and my RB/WR option is Jonathan Stewart. I’m considering putting Tim Hightower in for Stewart this week, considering the defensive matchup, and the fact Deangelo Williams was so productive last week.

    Should I go Stewart or Hightower? I’m anticipating both getting the goal line carries, but I’m not sure which one is more likely to get into the end zone this week.

  6. steve minster says:

    some one just offered me a trade. He said he would giv me marshawn lynch, santana moss, and patrick crayton. In return he wants andre johnson or larry fitzgerald, bernard berrian, and edgerin james. The thing is im running short on rbs i hav warrick dunn and thomas jones and my star rb brian westbook i hurt. What should i do!!!

  7. Russ Loede says:

    Trade Help Has Arrived:

    Marshawn Lynch is an every week start for the most part… Not a big fan of him – he’s average #2 back…. Gets some td’s, decent yardage, splits time with Fred Jackson.

    Edge isn’t doing well because of Tim Hightower stealing scores down near the goal line.

    Lynch > James: Advantage favors you

    Both Andre Johnson & Larry Fitzgerald are bonafide #1 WR’s, clearly without a doubt they are going to give you double digits each & every week.

    On the other hand, Santana Moss is on & off – a little inconsistent but still good enough to start on a weekly basis in Washington.

    Andre/Larry > Santana: Advantage obviously in favor of your trading partner

    Berrian > Crayton: Bernard is Minnesota’s #1 – on the flip side, Crayton is now Dallas #4 or #5 when you consider Witten, Owens, newly acquired Williams, and Barber all receive more passes, touches, targets/looks…

    So I would consider a better offer somewhere else to get the RB you need in another deal – only if its out there – if not, then settle for this trade for Lynch/Moss… Make sure you aren’t getting “played” and look @ the rosters and evaluate who would be a good fit for you @ RB…

    Who else is AVLB? What’s your record and the team that you are trading with’s rec?
    Remember people may try to get Andre and or Larry because Westbrook’s hurt and Edge is on Bye – just keep in mind Westbrook’s coming back, Dunn is doing well, and Jones is coming off his best game as a Jet…

    Use all this to your advantage and find a team with a better back if you want to deal Andre or Larry… if you cannot do the trade – I like Marshawn’s schedule, as the Buffalo Bills have one of the weaker schedules in the NFL.