Getting Defensive: Bucs, Giants ready to tee off
One of the methods fantasy owners use to decide how aggressive to be in their choice of starting lineups is to review how strong the other team is at each position. For example, if an owner is facing a team that has two high point producers at wide receiver and that owner has only one elite wideout and a choice between a safe No. 2 pick or a boom/bust type, the opponent's lineup pretty much makes the boom/bust type a must-start.
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