Some positive decisions made this week in the community advised MLS fantasy team. The "S@H Crowd Source" team jumped to 235th place in the Sound At Heart league from well over 300th place last week.
The team's upward movement in the standings came due to the suggestions to bring in Shipp (CHI), seven points, and to captain Diaz (DAL), sixteen points. Benitez (DAL) brought in an additional nine points. Frei (SEA) was also brought in to replace Kennedy.
Overall, this team pulled in 58 points, 20 points higher than the average. Not bad.
Week Five Decisions
It is time to speak up about who to keep for the approaching set of weekend games. What line up to roll out and who to captain.
San Jose has a bye week, so let's not trot any of them out onto the field. We do have some under performing players. Laba (VAN) is averaging three points per game played and Nagbe (POR) is averaging two points per game played. Are they worth keeping? Is it time to give another player a try?
Additionally, Salazar is on loan and Duka's price is dropping. Do these issues need to be addressed now? Speak up in the comments even if you haven't in the past. The more ideas the better, so the theory goes.
A quick logistical note: I will post again on Thursday or Friday asking for advice on week six. This will allow for those calling for trades early in the week to speak up (thanks for the suggestion WhatdoIknow).
- Marshall (SEA) $8.5M
- Eckersley (NY) $6.5M
- Ashe (HOU) $7.1M
- Benitez (DAL) $6.5M
- Beltran (RSL) $7.5M
- Remick (SEA) $4.2M
- Laba (VAN) $7.0M
- Nagbe (POR) $9.2M
- Diaz (DAL) $7.7M
- Duka (DAL) $6.2M (Listed as injured)
- Castillo (DAL) $7.1M
- Kitchen (DC) $6.4M
- Martins (SEA) $9.4M
- Shipp (CHI) $5.6M
- Plata (RSL) $7.3M (Questionable)
- Salazar (HOU) $4.0M (Unavailable - on loan)