Question 1: Asked by Emily
Should I drop D. Driver and pick up Britt??
No, even though Britt has been surprisingly consistent at finding the end zone this season, Driver is an integral part of one of the best passing offenses in the league. The Packers are riddled with injuries and they will get better. This week Britt’s TD streak is in question as we do not yet know if Vince Young will be playing. You very well may have someone worth dropping for him on your team, but you can’t do it for Driver.
Question 2: Asked by Anonymous
I drafted Finley, then traded for Clark and now I am screwed! Which TEs that are likely to be on free agency do you like the most?
I feel your pain, but luckily for you there are a TON of serviceable replacements. You will likely need to swap them a few times throughout the year, but I will list off some of the options you have to chose from. They are in order of how much I like them: Tony Moeaki, Heath Miller, Marcedes Lewis, Benjamin Watson, John Carlson and if Chris Cooley sits, Fred Davis ought to be a great play this week.
Question 3: Asked by @benstori
BenJarvus Green-Ellis or Brandon Jacobs as a flex play this week? #fantasyfootball
I am pretty well known for disliking Brandon Jacobs. I don’t tend to have any nice things to say about him, most adjectives including fat, slow, worthless, etc. When I read this and didn’t know my answer immediately… I surprised myself. Once I thought about it, I did end up realizing that Jacobs is still fat, slow and worthless so I have to say go with the law firm this week. Despite how unpredictable his value is sure to be all year long, he is going to be the back that the Patriots trust on the red zone. His membership in the committee backfield is always something to be concerned with, but he is more than just a goal line back. Jacobs is able to be dropped in a standard ten-team league and has no big games left in the tank.