So I've had Kenny Stills on my roster pretty much all season (kept him on the bench till he finally showed up vs. New England). Only recently did I manage to acquire Colston....after the guy who owned him got frustrated with multiple weeks of poor stats or injuries, and cut him in favor of another player.
I had Colston on the bench for the Cowboys game....and had Stills in my starting lineup. Turns out, it wasn't a huge difference. Both had nice receiving yardage, and a TD. I'm also well aware that the chances of BOTH guys duplicating those stats again in conscecutive weeks are slim.
Colston's the kinda guy who gives you those steady 6 or 7 catches a game.....sometimes scores, sometimes doesn't.....but usually gets you decent points off his yardage. Stills is more of a gamebreaker, who on an off-day will give you 2 catches for 25 yards......and on an on-day will give you 4 catches for 100-plus yards and a score (or 2).
Production-wise, Stills is sorta like this mixture of Devery Henderson and Lance Moore. By that I mean, if they have a big game, usually it comes in the SuperDome. This game is in the Dome, but is also against a stout defensive unit.
Which way should I lean?
Edited by BlackHoleSlam, 14 November 2013 - 12:02 PM.