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There were concerns after Pro-Bowl guard Nicks went down for the rest of the season.  People were saying that the statement game against Minnesota was now also the swan song for Doug Martin and his season.  Well just letting you all know the Martin show might have been cancelled but it looks like this one will survive it’s first season.  One week in without Nicks and Martin is still teaching everyone how to Dougie.  Martin went…I don’t even know what he went.  Choose your own musical adventure.  Gangnam Style maybe?  Nah, too played out.  Infinity and beyond?  Too kid friendly.  I’m gonna go with a weird neo-classic (yeah, I don’t think it’s a word either): This $h!t is bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S.  It suits the Buccaneers and their tropical team, no?  Yeah, whatever.  When a running back goes for 100 yards, he had a good day.  When they go for 150, they had an amazing day.  But what happens when they go for nearly 275 total yards and 4 touchdowns?  I usually call him an Oregon Ducks running back but you can call him the running back people were comparing to Ray Rice.  Many laughed at the comparison despite the physicality being very similar and now maybe many will start to believe and you can count me in on that.  We love you, Muscle Hamster, and wish you were on our team.  In other fantasy football news…

Mikel LeShoure – Alright, it’s time to tell how fantasy savvy you are this year.  Before Mikel scored three touchdowns on the ground today, name the Lion with the most rushing touchdowns this season…I’m waiting.  I’m still waiting, I’ll give you a minute.  You stumped?  Ok, it was Matthew Stafford.  Yes, before today’s game, Stafford led his team in rushing touchdowns with 3 on the year.  Now as much praise as I would love to give to Mikel, let’s realize a few things.  One, his longest touchdown run on the day was 8.  Two, though it’s nice to score that many touchdowns in a day, no one expected this even against a poor rushing defense in the Jaguars.  Three, the dude runs TO contact; he missed a lot of better gains yesterday.  Four, I told you to sell earlier this week and kudos to you if you didn’t and had him today.  Now get away from this Lion before it turns cowardly.  Though he’s a decent player who is a reasonable flex play most weeks, the fact of the matter is – outside his first game of the year where he touched the ball 30 times – LeShoure has not surpassed 100 total yards in any day.  And to keep things negative, Joique Bell touched the ball the same amount of times as LeShoure today while producing a similar line, minus the scores (he had a measly 1….pssh, amateur) while also being the main running back for the passing game in terms of targets (5 for Bell compared to 2 for LeShoure).  Oh and BTW, if you’re wondering why this LeShoure blurb is so long, it’s because it was the lede until Doug Martin went at the Raiders like a spider monkey on speed with fully automatic weapons.  Oh well, more food for thought!

Adrian Peterson – Had 100 yards rushing and two touchdowns before 20 minutes were up in the game.  Afterwards, his teammates handed him the game ball and he ran it out for another score.  I had my doubts he’d start the year healthy, let alone in the starting lineup.  I should’ve read my fantasy football bible closer.  Purple Jesus died for your fantasy sins but was resurrected for your fantasy pleasure…hrm, this fantasy football bible makes him sound like a zombie hooker.  Wait, who switched out my FF Bible with 50 Shades of Purple?

Brandon Marshall Marshall, Marshall, Marshall!  Went for 122 yards on 9 receptions and 3 touchdowns.  I’m just gonna say I know he’s talented but considering how bad Jay Cutler has been of late, Tennessee really tanked on defense today.  I mean, if a QB completes nearly 50% of his passes to one guy, you’d think you’d want to cover him, no?  Yeah, I’m just bitter I had to face that line this week and traded it away in another for MJD & Alshon Jeffery earlier in the year.

Eric Decker – Was the WR de jour for Peyton Manning today – 8 receptions for 99 yards and two TDs – but not necessarily for the best reasons.  Demaryius Thomas left for a bit with what looked like an ankle tweak and was off to a great start – 4 recs for 58 yards – before it.  He finished with 77 yards on 6 receptions but played second fiddle to Eric for the remainder of the game.  Hopefully for DT owners his initials will be more associated with Manning next week than ED.  Viva Demaryius!

Reggie Bush/Daniel Thomas/Lamar Miller – Not really sure what Miami’s trying to do here.  Maybe they’re trying to keep everyone fresh but I don’t like seeing the carries split 60/40 even when I’m on the winning end.  I wasn’t concerned after last week but now?  If I’m a Reggie owner, I go Kim Kardashian on him by dumping him, then marrying another guy, then get a divorce, then start dating Kanye West and then start pronounce how upset I am that he’s with another girl who’s having his kid.  Or you could just do the normal thing and try to trade him to avoid the headache.  Either way.  PS, I might have my Kim K. timeline a bit off. PPS, I really couldn’t give a flip so don’t correct me.

Chris Johnson – His day was saved by an 80 yard touchdown run.  Without that, he fumbled the ball twice and only has about 65 total yards on the day.  Some days it’s better to be lucky than good.  Just ask DeAngelo Williams owners!  Yeah, Jonathan Stewart got the shaft despite running the ball well.  I might live to regret my buy call on him but at least I got the CJ buy call right…right?  Yeah, probably not a consolation for you, Stewie traders.

LaRod Stephens-Howling – Another useful day with roughly 60 yards and a touchdown.  I said I liked him more than William Powell *checks links*…hrm, must’ve only said it in the comments at one point.  See, you have to pay attention to everything I put up here to get the full experience.  Even this.  If you don’t understand how that will help your fantasy team, I can’t help you.  Oh and BTW, I see LeShoure & LaRod as the same player just with different pricetags associated with them and that’s not just because they have a foreign ‘the’ to start a part of their name.  Neither guy is gonna wow you but someone would spend on Mikel.  Sorry, LSH owners, you’re SOL.

Andrew Luck – Set a new record for rookies with 433 passing yards on the day, eclipsing Cam Newton and his record 432.  Just for the silliness factor, he beat the old record on a 2 yard pass to Dwayne Allen with over 6 minutes left in the game.  You’d think with that type of time left he would’ve finished with more than just a yard over the previous record.  Well whatevs, if you own him and started him on your fantasy team this week, I hope he shares the record plaque with you.  He played like a guy who wasn’t a rookie, getting the ball to 8 different receivers with Donnie Avery and T.Y. Hilton both going over 100 yards apiece.  If you own him in a dynasty league, enjoy the next 15 to 18 years.  It should be fun.

Randall Cobb – Did his best James Jones impersonation by catching only 3 balls but scoring 2 touchdowns.  And while we’re not on the subject, how do you complete less than 50% of your passes yet finish with a QB rating of 110.8?  When you’re Aaron Rodgers, that’s how.  Important news of this game was Jordy Nelson left with a right ankle injury.  Given the current injury to Greg Jennings, this could get dire for Rodgers owners…wait, nah he’s got Tom Crabtree.  He’ll be a’ight.  Oh and cut Jermichael Finley from your team and your life and do it all with a rusted butter knife so he knows the pain you experienced from drafting him.

Owen Daniels – Obligatory TE shoutout as Daniels went for 62 receiving yards and a TD.  Owen has been what people wanted him to be since forever this year.  He’s playing like and looking like a top 5 TE for the year and there’s no reason to believe it slows mainly considering Houston is in no hurry to get their offense off the field when they get out there.  No run and gun here.  Just a lot of run and grunt work as they rely on their defense and Owen is good for that.

Russell Wilson – If you drafted him in a two QB league this year, congrats to you.  If you drafted Tim Tebow, well…why?  Wilson was pretty hyped coming into the fantasy season.  Now while I didn’t think he’d be fantasy viable, I did like him in deep keeper leagues for his potential.  Well apparently he brought his potential with him as he threw 3 touchdowns and managed his team to a win.  Given how good the Seattle defense is, it’ll probably be rare you see a 300 yard passing day from Wilson but I’m here to tell you if it’s needed, he can do it and even if he doesn’t, his legs and intelligence on the field will make up for it.

Brandon Myers – I wanted to rank him higher this week but just couldn’t bring myself to do it.  I mean with studs like Pettigrew and Gresham, how could I?  Two touchdowns later…yeah, I shoulda ranked him higher.

Isaac Redman – So apparently the Steelers have figured out how to run the ball again.  Redman rushed for over 100 yards and a touchdown as he and Jonathan Dwyer have given Pittsburgh three straight games with a 100 yard rusher.  Meanwhile, Mendenhall owners just Rashard’ed in their pants.  If you had asked me last week which RB would be the top RB for the rest of the season for the Steelers, I would’ve said Dwyer.  Now I have to say it could still be Dwyer but I don’t know if I’d call someone who rushes for 800 while another guy rushes for 650 the top rusher.  Ya know what I’m sayin?  Still a mess back there.  Hope you enjoyed the start if you had him today but who knows, maybe next week it’ll be Chris Rainey.

Eli Manning – Third straight sub-par fantasy start with only 125 yards passing and no touchdowns.  I’d tell you to sell but only if I were a masochist seeing as I own him in the Razzball Writers League.  If you don’t have him and need a QB upgrade, I’d see if I could buy low on him.  If you have him, you hold him.  Maybe sing a lullaby or two to him and stroke his hair back from his brow and say ‘there, there little Eli; some day you’ll be as good as your brother…some day’.

James Starks – Don’t say I didn’t warn you, Alex Green owners.  Looks like Alex and Starks got put into a timeshare today and both performed well.  It might just be that neither is a full load back which means owning either feels like a full load in your pants right now.  You done got RBBC’ed, son!  Obviously you’re holding for now but I wouldn’t be surprised if the splits we saw today are what we’ll see ROS.  Well if you don’t liked being called ROS, don’t call me Rachel…btw, why did you get rid of Marcel?  That was your best feature.

Carson Palmer – Went for 414 yards and 4 touchdowns.  Value-wise, he’s floating around being in the top 15 for most of the year in terms of quarterbacks.  Yep, right up around where Michael Vick and Andy Dalton currently reside in yahoo leagues.  Yet both of those two are owned at 95% and 71%, respectively, while Palmer is only owned in 48%.  I’m gonna go on a limb and say today changes that number for him.  I swear I mentioned something about Oakland playing from behind and needing to throw a lot making the receivers viable.  Well, Palmer is a decent backup and a solid QB2 if your league is like that.  Yeah, saying Palmer is your QB2 isn’t as sexy as saying it’s Wilson but they’ll probably pace out the same when the year is done.  And the bonus?  You won’t have that weird fantasy football erection you keep having to explain to your wife.  ‘Babe, I’m sorry, but you GOTTA take a look at this set of WR3’s I have!  They’re amazing!’

Julio Jones/Roddy White – Finally fantasy relevant on the same night despite neither scoring.  This may or may not be the start of this weird little quirk of home/road goofiness going away or merely a blip on the radar.  If you’re curious what the frank and beans I’m talking about, go take a look at the home/road splits for both players prior to last night.  Frequent commenter Murph noticed it earlier this season while covering his entire living quarters in tin foil to keep out the gamma rays.

Michael Turner – Really the only major player to write home about – or my home on the internet as it were – as he was the only player of fantasy significance to score that wasn’t a kicker in the late night game.  No, Ogletree doesn’t count.  See how I didn’t bold him?  I don’t care you play in a 20 team 5 WR league, he still doesn’t count.  Turner actually had a solid performance, carrying the ball 20 times for 102 yards to go with the score.  Since his DUI, Turner has turned the page, rushing for 4.4 ypc on 100 carries to go for 443 yards and 3 touchdowns over 6 games to the tune of roughly 73 yards per game on the ground and that doesn’t even include his expanded passing role.  No I didn’t crunch the numbers for you.  This is the last person of a long post and I’m going to bed you crazy fantasy kooks!

  1. mH says:
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    Drafting Jermichael Finley and starting him each week is like the Wu-Tang torture skit…. it just keeps getting worse and worse.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      That is a painfully accurate analogy. Tom Crabtree is now going to sew your @$$ shut and keep feeding you.

      • mH says:
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        @Sky, Now that I’m desperate for a TE and everyone in my league loves rostering multiple TEs for some unbeknownst reason (as well as wanting too much for 1)…Think there’s any chance of Logan Paulsen or Dwayne Allen doing anything ROS?

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Like Paulsen there

  2. Ryan says:
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    The Cowboys-Falcons game was just painful to watch, though I should know better than to expect anything else from the boys by now. I think their game plan goes something like:

    Step 1: Get in position to win.
    Step 2: Commit penalties / miss tackles / blow the game
    Step 3: ?
    Step 4: Profit

    Yea, it’s one more step than the underpants gnomes had, sue me.

    Also, you mentioned you were an RG3 owner in one of your leagues, right? Did you enjoy that RG3 double TD call back, followed by Royster running it in? Classic. Shout out to AP and Decker for saving my week. Second shout out to my bench for outscoring half of the teams in my league.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Even when you need to add an extra step, it’s always good to make a South Park reference. Atlanta bungled a lot too but yeah, the big play keeps happening against Dallas and not for it this year. Actually look like a solid team, though, for reality purposes. I don’t think Garrett is helping matters. Notice when Romo took over they started moving the ball better?

      I was an owner in the Razzball Writers league but had Eli (and Carson Palmer after the trade) and moved him to Nick from the Podcast for Percy Harvin. I know, undersold him a bit but the big thing was either him or Eli would sit on my bench and score 15-20 points while my WR3 did bupkis. Of course, Percy did bupkis this week but so did RGIII so it panned out.

      That said, yeah, gotta love all the penalties but just further proves how amazing of a talent that guy is. Just hope he doesn’t do any more of those all out acrobatics for first downs. Did you see that one where he got spun like a top in mid-leap for the first down? Scary stuff.

      I played Pianowski’s team this week and picked up Golden Tate for a bye week fill-in. He had Russell Wilson. I also have Chris Johnson/AP in that league. I’m a happy camper.

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        Agreed about Garrett. Saw it last week against the Giants and saw it again this week. Two and a half minutes to drive 78 yards and score, after kicking field goals all game? Definitely some kind of disconnect between Garrett and his offense there.

        I did see RG3 leap and it scared me. Saw that he also had X-rays on his ribs today (nothing broken, thank goodness), apparently not from that play though.

        Had Chris Johnson on my bench this week, unfortunately. Looked like the right call until he decided to pad his stats with that 80 yard scamper. I suppose he will be moving back into start every week status.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Hopefully for Romo owners, this game prompts a change in approach by Garrett and that offense moving forward. As long as it doesn’t involve Ogletree, I’m fine with that.

          Yeah, those types of plays by RG3 made me anxious to trade him and why I suggested people trade him earlier in the season. Great talent but he’s not that much bigger than Vick and we know how well Michael holds up.

          CJ: you still made the right call, he busted that sucker so late in the game. I thought all I had was 2 points from him on the day. Didn’t realize till way later he had that run but at least we know he still has the talent to break those.

      • Ryan says:
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        A quick trade question:
        I think I might be able to snag Trent Richardson in my league. With him on bye next week, the owner has DMC (who supposedly suffered a high ankle sprain), Daniel Thomas, and Pierre Thomas.

        I have AP, Chris Johnson, Reggie Bush, Rashad Jennings, Alex Green, and Joique Bell. Want to attempt a package of Reggie Bush and one of the last 3. Green probably isn’t an option since he is on bye next week as well. So, I suppose my question is who would you prefer to trade away in my situation, Jennings or Bell?

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Offer Bush & Green first just in case. Then offer Bush & Bell (though I kinda like Bell, not gonna lie).

  3. That said, yeah, gotta love all the penalties but just further proves how amazing of a talent that guy is. Just hope he doesn’t do any more of those all out acrobatics for first downs.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I know mimicry is a form of flattery but…why did you post this?

  4. Kneely'sKnee says:
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    I’m in a keeper league where players can be kept and then locked in at that price for each and every season for their entire career if a managers wishes. We are allowed a maximum of three keepers per year. Here’s what I came into this year with:
    Stafford (Round 7)
    Jordy Nelson (Round 10)
    Jeremy Maclin (Round 11)

    Would any of these guys represent better value as keepers for next season?
    Josh Freeman (Round 17)
    Jeremy Kerley (Round 17)
    Titus Young (Round 7)

    I’m definitely leaning toward keeping my same three keepers, but Kerley and Freeman are interesting options because of their cheap price. Any thoughts are much appreciated.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Yeah, not really high on Maclin but like him better than your other choices. Try shopping Freeman as a keeper for next year. He’s fool’s gold.

  5. Prezii says:
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    I texted my buddy after AP got 84 yards and a score from three plays on the opening drive, to say thanx for the trade.. (AP for martin/Ant Brown) An hour later i cut my phone off! Haha i sold high??? Right? Then why do i feel so stupid? Naww its not that bad….. cuz i know he cant do it every game but, peterson can though.. right?? Tell me im right! Ha

    And thats so funny, i was sayin martin went “bananas” yesterday… There is no other way to describe it! Was i sayin it like gwen stefani? Youll never know…. wait it was her that did that song right? Or fergie? One of those CRAZY hoes did it and im too lazy to google! Pce! Haha

    • Sky

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      Ha, I still think you did sell high overall but maybe not as high as you originally thought. Gotta love instant trade analysis based on huge weeks!

      You are right about the ho call; it was Gwen. Seriously, I know the Raiders are bad but that day was historic.

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        @Sky, so i sold high, but not so high, but high enough to be a good sell high.. haha! but on a serious note.. you cant truly evaluate a trade til the end of the season.. unless someone goes down with a freak accident like falling down the stairs with a box of nails at the bottom that triggered an explosion of torn ACL’s..

        Not that anything like that is going to happen to our dougie fresh though.. no way.. nothing like that!

        • Sky

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          Oh definitely. I still think in the long run, Doug Martin is an RB2. A great RB2 but an RB2 nonetheless. AP has been an RB1 with a bullet without a doubt his entire career, barring injury. And even if an injury occurs to either person, I still say you made the right decision.

          Oh and I think Dougie is built for the long haul. Quite literally. They don’t call him the muscle hamster for nothing!

  6. Mike says:
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    Afternoon Sky.

    In a 12 team non ppr keeper league and I am getting a ton of offers for Doug Martin and Trich for out of luck teams looking for Keepers.

    Where do you rank Trent Richardson and Doug Martin in terms of Draft Position next year?

    Rank the trades in order of your preference

    1. My Trich/J Gordon for his Gronk/Wallace

    2. My Doug Martin/J Gordon for his Gronk/D Moore

    3. My Doug Martin for Brandon Marshall

    4. My Trich for Alfred Morris/M Colston

    Thanks

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Hey Mike, I had Trent in the top 15 this year if memory serves correct and Doug Martin in the top 40. Haven’t really thought much about next year but since you’re asking now I’ll give you a now answer: Trent is a late first round pick next year for me. Doug Martin probably closer to mid to late 2nd.

      Out of all those trades, I only really like one and that’s Morris/Colston back and even that one I don’t see a good reason to do. I assume you’re struggling to start all your RBs every week? Can’t see any other good reason to trade either of those guys.

      • Mike says:
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        @Sky,
        Ive got Ray Rice, Trich and Doug Martin with only 2 spots to start them.
        My Wrs are Larry Fitz, Percy, Hartline, Gordon so I am hurting a bit there.

        Im in first place and if I traded for a TE/Wr I would have the best team in the league

        Its that age old question “Do I trade my depth for starters, or do I keep what has got me to this point.”

        Thanks for the input

        • Sky

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          I’ll put it this way: T-Rich has already basically ‘missed’ a game. I’d hold onto RB depth, personally, but getting Morris back to go with Colston would at least assuage that problem. That’s the reason why it was the only one that looked good to me.

  7. Dynamite Dan says:
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    Hey Sky!

    Hope your season is still going well!

    I’ve got a juicy trade offer on my hands and was looking for some advice.

    Guy is offering Drew Brees, Jamaal Charles and Andre Johnson for LeSean McCoy, Big Ben and Danny Amendola.

    He seems to be looking to trading his best guys for a top 3 keeper in our 12 team non ppr Keeper league.

    My team is
    RG3
    McCoy, AP, Dougie Martin
    Calvin Johnson, Wallace, Jordy Nelson, Amendola
    AHernandez, B Celek
    Seattle D
    Gostkowski

    Do I make the trade and improve my team at the cost of my top 3 keeper? or keep McCoy and try to win it all AND keep McCoy/AP.

    Thanks Sky and have a great day!

    • Sky

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      5-4 or 4-5 seems to be the way this week will end for most of my teams but overall, can’t complain. Too many injuries have nibbled away a solid draft (losing MJD/Amendola in two leagues hurts).

      Here’s how I see the trade Brees > Big Ben, Jamaal Charles < LeSean McCoy, Andre Johnson = Danny Amendola. I'm a confessed non-lover of Andre so I'm biased but the big question is this: what are you doing with RGIII if you have Brees? You start Brees every week so now you're stuck with a guy that never has a need to leave your bench. THink it's an unneeded move for a championship contending team. I'd hold.

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        @Sky, 4-5 is by no means bad considering 8 wins in most league is enough for the playoffs. Losing MJD hurts and I presume you were too active to have a lofty Rashad Jenningsish waiver position to nab him but hopefully Amendola coming back this week can resolve some WR issues for the both of us.

        Im inclined to agree with your perspective on the trade. Charles is too inconsistent to depend on in the run up to the playoffs. I also think Andre Johnson is over the hill and too injury prone too trust but I had to ask the opinion of a professional.

        Thanks again and best of luck on the waiver wire this week.

        • Sky

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          Oh I know and yeah, no Jennings for me when that time came. Just one of those things where you draft well and then things just slip a bit on ya.

          Not a problem, RE: trade talk. My main issue with Andre, personally, is his team’s offensive style. It’s no longer a big passing team so his role has been diminished unless he’s really needed to win the game. Running and good defense: that’s the Texans in a nutshell. Romeo Crennell is criminally underusing Charles or else we’d be having a different conversation.

  8. Murph says:
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    So I had the pleasure of watching the Tampa/Oakland game while watching my pick of the week kicker Connor Barth miss both field goal attempts and watch Doug Martin destroy any hopes of winning this week one devestating long run after another. 135 to 142 (standard) two highest scores in my league. This game makes me sick sometimes…

    Also I have to say how disapointed I am in the Roddy/Julio conspiracy as it is offically a fluke.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I have a team that is soon to be 4-5 who’s second in the league in scoring…while having the most points scored against it on the year. Still have a playoff shot but I’ve already lost 3 weeks I should’ve won. Definitely makes me go bald faster…namely cuz I’m pulling all my hair out.

      Oh and one week does not a fluke make! We had 7 weeks of evidence and compared to only 1 that it’s not true. The math is still on your side.

      • Murph says:
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        @Sky,

        Pulling your hair out? I figured as a fantasy expert the hair would have been long gone by now.
        Yep me too 4-5 highest points scored (815) highest points against (874)…the true luck factor in FFB. Oh and Loudon is beatting me up over arguing his Percy Harvin projection as I felt the same that you did that he had a lot of upside in that game. I think that if the Vikings were struggling to run the ball (which they were not) and Harvins hamstring held up he would have had a much better day. We shall see about the Falcons an Micheal Turner continues to run hard as motivation to prove you wrong!!!

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          Well I’ll just say I’m no Matthew Berry…when it comes to hairline.

          Indeed, try all you might, luck always becomes a part of the conversation when things are H2H. Had the second best team in roto in my keeper league with friends. My worst week was week 23…for the second year in a row. So instead of a deep playoff run, I got to watch yahoo tell me I led the league in HRs for the final three weeks of the season among all the teams. Thanks yahoo!

          Turner is leading me to drink. He’s still inconsistent enough that my issues with him as an RB2 still ar relevant…but yeah, I’m hitting the bottle.

          Ponder is starting to play scared and conservative. Don’t know where the QB from the first 5 or 6 weeks went but he needs to come back. Kyle Rudolph depends upon it!

          • Murph says:
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            @Sky,

            Yeah Kyle Rudolf was your big TE call this year!!! Where did he disapear to sky?

            The two F’s of fantasy football Fun and Frustration….it’s why we play
            “We play to win the game”

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              I hang it all on Ponder. Rudolph was a huge RZ target. While Percy can find ways to get the ball (running, screen routes, etc), Rudolph doesn’t have that luxury. He needs Ponder to play like he’s an NFL QB and no more of this crap he’s been doing of late.

              HELLO!?!

          • Murph says:
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            @Sky,

            Oh and im sure you have heard but Romeo Crennel has now fired himself as defensive coordinator says that he feels that he needs to asses the team needs and spend less time on defensive play calling (basically the offense sucks) lets hope this sparks a little life into Bowe and Charles although its one of those wait and see and believe it when i see it situations.

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              Hrm…considering he was originally a defensive coach anyways I’m going to say I’m more worried about KC.

  9. JP says:
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    Thoughts on trading Brandon Lloyd for D. Sproles (0.5pt PPR)? I heard he would be away 1 to 2 weeks and I’ve got a very good shot at the playoffs so I’m thinking down the road. One would replace the other as my flex.

    Thanks!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I’d make that trade

      • JP says:
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        @Sky, cool, thanks. Needed some reassurance.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          No prob, good but low

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