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    Default If Collie is back, who do you start? Collie or Donnie Avery?

    if you were Chuck Pagano who would you start if you have Austin Collie back, him or Donnie Avery? I would go with Avery because he had a great game last week and I think he can keep it up, I also think Collie is suited more for the slot

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    Default Re: If Collie is back, who do you start? Collie or Donnie Avery?

    I want to keep Collie out of the slot as much as possible
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    Default Re: If Collie is back, who do you start? Collie or Donnie Avery?

    I am a bigger fan of Collie across the middle and sending Avery down the sideline.
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    Default Re: If Collie is back, who do you start? Collie or Donnie Avery?

    It doesn't matter--Collie will get concussed again anyway. When is enough enough?

    To answer the question, I would start Avery. He's played pretty well and is a bigger deep threat than Austin. Collie is best out of the slot, but sadly that is also where receivers take the most shots.

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    Default Re: If Collie is back, who do you start? Collie or Donnie Avery?

    I think Collie is a superior receiver -- when healthy.

    I don't think we've seen all 3 receivers on the field yet this year, however. That will be interesting and really gives Luck some weapons.
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    Default Re: If Collie is back, who do you start? Collie or Donnie Avery?

    Reading between the lines of what Reggie said on Sports Locker I get the impression that Collie's return still isn't a cut and dried 'gonna happen' thing.
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    Default Re: If Collie is back, who do you start? Collie or Donnie Avery?

    They should play all four receivers, Wayne, Collie, Avery, Hilton. Hilton barely played against MIN and he was the second best WR in the pre season. Avery showed promise last week, so he deserves the start as of now
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