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Fantasy Football and the Washington QB Situation: Welcome to the Dumpster Fire

Wednesday, December 11, 2013 @ 04:12 PM EDT - by Salvatore Stefanile -

Salvatore Stefanile is a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and believes that 2-QB fantasy football leagues will be the future of fantasy football. You can read about his 2-QB fantasy football opinions and analysis at XNSports.com.


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@2QBFFB
@2QBFFB

Thanks for reading, Brian! Out of those options, I would go with Cousins. He still has the safest "floor" and the other guys don't really appeal to me. You can make a case for Flynn against Dallas, but he's still in the same situation as Cousins. It might be tough to go with Cousins, or not tough at all, depending on your mindset. But I'd lean that route.

Brian
Brian

Thanks for the great post - very informative. I have a question related to your article topic. I have a really interesting QB choice to make his week - in a one QB league. I'm in the second week of a two-week playoff matchup, and after a poor week 14 I am down by 34 points. My team is very solid and could bring me back, but RG3 was my QB. Now, my QB choices are: Cousins (vs Atl), Flynn (vs Dal), Cassel (vs Phil), and Glennon (vs SF). Who would you go with, given my situation? Thanks.

Brian
Brian

Thanks for the reply! I definitely agree that Cousins has the highest floor - simply because I think he is more talented than Flynn. I could totally see Flynn throwing 4 INTs. However, I do think Flynn is surrounded by greater talent (Nelson, Jones). And the situation in Washington is ridiculous. Gosh, tough call!

@2QBFFB
@2QBFFB

Yup. Welcome to the dumpster fire that is now the Washington Redskins. Don't forget Washington might be out Jordan Reed again, leaving Garcon as the only true reliable pass catcher. If you feel more comfortable with Flynn over Cousins, then you might have found your answer.

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