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D Up! Week 11: Take advantage of multi-position threats

Updated: November 14, 2008, 3:01 PM ET
By Jim McCormick | Special to ESPN.com

There may be no crying in baseball, but there sure is complaining in fantasy football.

Take Rashied Davis, for example. Not only is Davis a middling, spot-start wide receiver, he's also a pretty good cornerback. But only in fantasy. In real football, Davis hasn't played defensive back in some time. The former San Jose SaberCat was given eligibility at both wide receiver and cornerback this year in ESPN leagues (and other formats), and it has caused quite a controversy in our nerdy little ...

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