When faced with extreme skeptism I try a few things:
1.) I demonstrate techniques such as TDD, Continuous Deployment, Pair Programming, Requirements Gathering with your users, short iterations etc. I don't call those techniques Agile or harp on about the Agile Manifesto (I do harp on about Software Craftsmanship - but that's different ;p). I simply show the team members useful tools and techniques that make their lives easier. They tend to hop on the Agile bandwagon once they see the benefits day-to-day.
2.) I don't swap immediately to a full blown SCRUM (or other) methodology. It's always best to introduce small aspects of Agile at a time.
3.) I agree with the skeptics (to a point). Agile isn't a silver bullet and SCRUM, Kanban, Lean etc are also not a silver bullet. Instead I work with them to see what aspects could benefit them immediately (A CI server is a no-brainer usually) and then I trial the rest "Lets give stand-ups a go for one week and then review it".
Like any methodology, SCRUM and others need to actually work with the team and the organisation, not alienate them.
So to get directly to your question. Raise it with the team:
"I'm also a little skeptical about the stand-ups, but I think as a team we should give it a proper go for 1 week (no excuses!) and then review it to see if it worked for us. What do people think?"