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Brady or Luck

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Most years, I would have never second guessed Brady.

But he does get fired up for big games and Luck is hot.

Brady has a better running game and it affects his FF stats as a QB.

I have the option of playing Brady vs Texans or Luck vs Titans.

Luck however has thrown for multiple TDs only a few times this year though most of them have come recently.

So who do I go with?

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seriously?

'Shady' Tom Brady ....... Luck will do well Sunday.....

but Houston has been giving up tons of yards...

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