YAFFT: Anyone have more points on the bench than me?

EPCrew

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M. Leinart QB ARI 14 @ GB 31 (F)
157 PaYd, PaTD (17), PaInt, 2 RuYd 10

M. Bell RB DEN 31 v IND 34 (F)
136 RuYd, 2 RuTD (1,1), 7 ReYd 25

D. Foster RB CAR 14 v DAL 35 (F)
50 RuYd, RuTD (1), 31 ReYd 14

M. Colston WR NO 22 v BAL 35 (F)
163 ReYd, 2 ReTD (47,25) 28

M. Muhammad WR CHI 41 v SF 10 (F)
65 ReYd, ReTD (5) 12

J. Feely K NYG 17 v TB 3 (F)
FG (31), 2 XP 5

Total 94
 

EPCrew

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We are using sportsline. Colston isn't an option at TE. Besides, I have Gates at TE. I chose to sit him because he went up against BAL DST. Unfortunately, that didn't pan out very well for me. I asked ATOT for advice and that's what I got.
 

EPCrew

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My team still put up 92 points with Maroney left to go tonight. Too bad my opponent played BAL DST and M Vick, who he picked up last minute. Both were huge for him.
 

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My team consisted of Larry Johnson. And that was pretty much it. I have no idea how I won this week starting people like McNabb, Harrison, and LJ Smith.
 

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I put up 116(with MN DEF still to go) with these guys riding the pine:

M. Bell - 25
Marion Barber - 20
Brees - 25
Bryant - 10

And I dumped McNair a week ago for Favre (who I started this week).

Larry Johnson and Colston carried me. My receivers were aweful - Harrison, Coles and R. Brown did absolutely nothing.