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|2008-09-07 12:00:00||I had Lav Coles and Cotcherry as backup WR's, and traded Cotch for Fred Taylor. Should I regret the move or will Coles be healthy and productive?|
(ahaldar from Atlanta, GA)
|Coles *is* going to play today, but I wouldn't start him. Depending on how deep those two were - I'm guessing by backup you mean WR3 and WR4 on your roster - then you must have a really nice WR1 and WR2. I need more context but I don't hate that trade on the surface. Cotchery is a bit too highly regarded right now. If Favre turns him into Sharpe/Freeman/Driver, sure, you'll regret it a bit. (Will Carroll (Football))|
|2008-09-07 12:00:00||Would you start Jamal Lewis this week or Fred Taylor. Lewis is a big question mark, and Taylor plays TEN and the good run defense. Not to mention that everyone seems pretty high on Jones-Drew this season. Thanks.|
(Brian from New Jersey)
|Taylor's not hurt, so I'll take him. MWMI -- I have Lewis on my bench this week. (Will Carroll (Football))|
|2008-01-18 12:00:00||Aaron admitted that a flaw with Kubiak this season were the guesses regarding playing time allocation. Seems like you guys could solve that problem by giving team projections and then adjusting the Excel spreadsheet so that each purchaser could input the percentage split (i.e., 60% to Fred Taylor, 40% to MJD). Would you do that? Or at a minimum, just having the team projections would better allow users to draw their own conclusions about individual players.|
(Bob from Seattle)
|I think that's an eminently reasonable solution. We're going to be exploring that as a possibility for the spreadsheet. I mean, at some point, it's amazing how different things are in the preseason. Go check out the PFT archives and read about how Randy Moss was about to be cut (and that's not a knock on PFT at all). Take guys like Derek Anderson. That's not anything we can really prepare for as researchers, no matter how good of a job we do. (Bill Barnwell (Football))|
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