Found December 15, 2012 on SteelerAddicts:
It’s an intense weekend of NFL action not only for teams battling for playoff positioning but also for fantasy football enthusiasts. All season-long fantasy football leagues have now moved into their league playoffs and daily fantasy football operators like DraftDay are hosting huge one-day only contests with cash prizes on the line. Pittsburgh Steelers players have been particularly hard to handicap for fantasy football purposes this season. A murky backfield situation and injuries to Ben Roethlisberger have given fantasy players fits with regards to figuring out “Sit or Start” scenarios involving Steelers players. Here is our rundown of where various fantasy-relevant Steelers players rank relative to their counterparts from around the NFL: Quarterbacks Deciding whether or not to start Ben Roethlisberger over another quarterback in your fantasy football playoffs? Some are lucky enough to own one of the few quarterbacks who is a clearly better option for their fantasy squad over Roe...
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