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The first couple of games we saw Nick Foles, he truly did play like  a rookie.  The game seemed too fast for him.  He was throwing passes way too late and had to deal with the same struggles Vick dealt with concerning a porous offensive line.  It really wasn’t the best set up for Nick to step into after Michael went down with a concussion and blurred vision a few weeks ago.  But last week was encouraging as he was able to stay in the pocket a little bit and gain some confidence.  Though I’m sure Bryce Brown and his antics were a huge part of it, that shouldn’t deter from a solid 251 yard 1 TD performance against a Dallas secondary that really isn’t that bad.  Well this week was against a Buccaneers team that hasn’t been able to stop a passing attack all year.  The set up could not have been better and Foles took full advantage to the tune of 381 passing yards to go with 24 rushing and 3 total touchdowns, one of which came on the ground, turning not one but two WRs – Jason Avant and Jeremy Maclin - into fantasy relevant players on the day and barely missed doing the same for Riley Cooper on the game-winning drive.  Keep in mind this is a team that’s in shambles from the top down.  Plenty of firings, plenty of injuries and plenty of angry Eagles fans to boot but with Michael Vick all but gone after the 2012 season from Philidelphia, I think it’s a good time to think about what Foles could do for 2013 and beyond.  Hey, not all of us are in the fantasy playoffs people.  Some of us have to look forward while we cry into our winter beards.  If you wanna skip the next paragraph because you’re in the playoffs and don’t care, I won’t stop you but I warn you there might be a pop quiz later.  So before we get on with Sunday highlights, let’s highlight Foles for 2013 fantasy football…

First off, let’s make some comparisons.  Coming into the year, Foles had been compared to Chad Henne and even John Skelton.  Personally, I think he looks more like Jon Heder and Ron Perlman’s lovechild…hrm, these comparisons aren’t off to a very good start.  The Henne comparison is reasonable: a strong-armed pocket quarterback who, though not extremely mobile, isn’t Philip Rivers either.  The two biggest knocks against Foles coming into the draft were the injury issues and that his big stats came from a ‘gimmicky’ offense with the Wildcats.  In reality, all this is moot as even in training camp there were rumors that Foles should’ve received the starting job and given how stubborn Andy Reid has been in making the right moves over ‘sticking with his guys’, I think we’re seeing why now.  Moving forward, my main concerns with Nick would be two things.  One, how quickly will he make adjustments.  It took him about 2 1/2 games to get his footing to perform over these last two games.  These last three games – one against a stingy Cincinnati secondary and another against a Redskins secondary that is easy to beat but man-handled him the first time the two teams played – will tell a story of how we can view Foles looking forward.  The second concern is the uncertainty of the Eagles themselves.  Will Reid be back?  If he isn’t, who takes over and how does that change the offense next year?  Change isn’t always the best thing when you’re talking about a QB and playing within a system, even if the system has failed the last two years.  Though it’s ridiculously early to make these calls, I’m gonna say I see a QB who gets to throw it often given how terrible the Eagles defense has been the last two years.  As Tony Romo owners can confess to, it’s nice to own a QB who plays from behind most of the time.  Foles can give his owners about 3700 passing yards, 24 touchdowns, 15 INT with plenty of room for upside/downside in the TD:INT ratio for the 2013 season.  In re-draft leagues, I’d target him as a backup QB as long as the hype vultures don’t start circling in the off-season.  In dynasty and keeper leagues, I’d be interested but not jumping out of my seat.  I can tell I just got you all crazy excited for next year.  You’re welcome.  And now on with the news from the 2012 fantasy football season as it’s still rolling for some of us…

Alfred MorrisI said he’d end the day with 120 rushing yards and a touchdown.  I didn’t realize he’d fumble it.  Sorry about that, my Spidey senses went on the fritz, obviously.  I guess this is as good a place as any to talk about it: Robert Griffin, III got hurt and it did not look good at all.  Knees aren’t supposed to turn that way.  I’m no doctor, but I once reattached a limb to a man’s body.  Granted, I used superglue and it was a doll’s leg and said man was passed out at a party, but I was wearing a stethoscope while I did it.  Oh and I’d be extremely surprised if RG3 is playing next week.  It’s tough, but I did say to sell him way earlier this season for the very reason of health.  I’m sure he carried many people into the playoffs this year but now might be taking those same teams out on a stretcher with him.  And while we’re on the subject of Redskins, let’s just get this out of the way: Pierre Garcon cares not who throws to him, he shall catch a touchdown as he went for 5/87 with his final one coming from Kirk Cousins who is everyone’s distant relative, apparently.

Cam Newton - The much hated/maligned/frustrating QB of the season outside of Vick pretty much won week 1 of the playoffs for a lot of teams with his best – nay better – Foles impersonation: 287 yards passing for 2 scores and 118 yards rushing for 1 TD.  You can go back to the Morris post and re-read the sell on RG3 for where I told you to buy Cam.  Pretty sure this effort put him back in the top 5 of QBs this year for fantasy and put him on plenty of $hit lists from frustrated owners who traded him away.

Adrian Peterson - Another week, another 154 yards and two touchdowns to go with 16 yards on 2 receptions.  So who’s the #1 RB off the board next year?  Is that even really a question at this point?  Oh and I put the Vikings D/ST 11th among defenses this week compared to their 21 consensus ranking.  They rewarded me with a pick 6.  Did you reward them with a pick up?

Ben Roethlisberger – Mispelledberger did his best Palmer impersonation as he threw two of his touchdowns when the game had pretty much been decided.  Mike Wallace finished with 7/112 and 2 touchdowns as the Steelers got hammered at home by the Chargers.  Just as the Mayans predicted.  Wait, what?

Danario Alexander - Took some mighty powerful antibiotics as he’s become matchup immune, going for 2 touchdowns against the Steelers with 88 yards and 7 receptions.  Hopefully he he keeps taking them as he rounds out the standard playoff year vsCAL and @NYJ and doesn’t create a superbug while he’s at it.  Meanwhile, Rivers goes into Pittsburgh and throws 3 touchdowns and doesn’t turn the ball over.  If you’re still wondering what the Matrix is, looks like you can ask Philip.

Jamaal Charles - 165 yards on 18 carries with nearly half of it coming on an 80 yard touchdown run.  He briefly left the game with a shoulder/rib injury but was able to return.  One of the few times Charles stayed in charge of his return status after an in-game injury.

Bilal Powell - Yep.

Montell Owens- Fell out of Shahid Khan’s magical mustache while he was combing it and said ‘hey, we can’t seem to keep a healthy running back on the field.  Care to give it a try?’.  And thus, a 102 yard, 1 touchdown performance was born.  Most of the experts put him in a barely flexible position.  I had him as a low-end RB2.  I may not have been right but I was less wrong…less wrong?  Is that right?

Anquan Boldin – Had the day I thought Torrey Smith was going to have: 3 receptions for 78 yards and 2 TDs as he got behind the secondary twice on both of his touchdowns.  Has 3 touchdowns over his last two games to go with 159 yards on 8 receptions.  Or as I like to call it ‘Hey Joe Flacco, you know you have Torrey still on your team…right?’  Flacco cares not about my ranking Torrey as a WR1 this week but at least he took pity on me and gave me Dennis Pitta and his touchdown on 5 for 46.

Brandon Marshall - Hello, I’m the entire Chicago offense, says Marshall.  Finished the day with 160 yards and a touchdown on 10 receptions from 19 targets.  If you ever wonder why Jay Cutler gets picked off so much, it’s not just the o-line.  If I stared that long at one woman in public, I’d be arrested.

Steve Smith - Did what he’s done most of the season: plenty of yards (109) and receptions (7) and 0 touchdowns.  If Cam is Superman then Steve is Hawkman.  They’re both part of the League of Justice but you sure never remembering seeing Hawkman out there.

Kenny Britt - Now that the pressure of ownership in yahoo leagues (49%) was off, Britt could perform: 143 yards on 8 receptions via 9 targets.  Granted, he’s owned in 73% of ESPN leagues but we know about 24% of those owners are no longer paying attention so the math still works.  You don’t believe me, doublecheck my arithmetic.  Oh and I hate you, Kenny.  Headphones are for the best on that link.

Matt Ryan- Had a bounceback game – 342 with 2 TD and 1 INT – after being pretty mediocre since week 11 and finally gave us a quality week from two WRs rather than just one.  He finishes the standard playoff setup with two meaty matchups in NYG and DET but has shaken the faith of most of his owners who had to watch today happen on their bench.  You’re as cold as ice, you’re willing to sacrifice our love, Matty.

Brandon Gibson - Caught 6 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown because the fantasy football Gods hate you, Chris Givens owners.

Marshawn Lynch - I’ll see your All-Day and raise you a Beast Mode.  I think he just scored again.  Finished the day with 128 yards and 3 touchdowns…all before the 3rd quarter was over.  I think someone asked me why I ranked Russell Wilson so low for QBs this week and the tandem WRs who just went for a touchdown apiece against a tough Bears defense.  This was why.  Game was over before the second half even started and he finished the day only throwing 13 passes while Tate/Rice combined for 41 yards.  The Cardinals had 7 TOs before I ran out of fingers to count them on (don’t ask…freak hotdog eating contest mishap.  Could’ve happened to anyone).  That’s why you rank the Seahawks D/ST first even with the CB suspensions.  At one point, Larry Fitzgerald had 8 targets for 0 receptions.  At another point, I said he was a buy candidate.  That point came when Kolb was still around.  I’m sure AZ misses those points as much as they miss scoring them.  Meanwhile, Pete Carroll never let off the throttle, pushing a touchdown across the plain with 3 minutes left to play.  Clearly he thought he could help earn a better bowl game berth than the Sun bowl.

DeAngelo Williams - Likes synchronicity: 56 rushing yards to go with 56 receiving yards and a touchdown for the ladies as J-Stew sat the game out.  Was well on his way to a 60 yard dud of a day before that 54 yard catch and run.  Unless you’re still looking at that picture, don’t go wild about Williams.

Victor Cruz - Those aren’t boos those are CRUUUUUUUUUUZZZZZZZZZZZ…which, coincidentally, took a lot of booze to get that loud.  I don’t know what the point of that was either.  What I do know is CRUUUUZZZZZ had 121 receiving yards on 8 receptions and to the Victors go the scores as he got a touchdown.  And for those who were worried about Hakeem Nicks: 67 yards and a touchdown on 4 receptions. Meanwhile, Eli Manning tried to throw at least 5 interceptions but was only successful on 2.  He had to put up with a 4 touchdown, 259 yard passing day instead.

David Wilson - No Ahmad Bradshaw, no problem: 100 yards on 13 touches and 2 touchdowns to go with a kick return touchdown.  He said in the interview afterwards he got pumped for the game listening to The Four Seasons on his iPod.  Coughlin put it on repeat for him.  No word on the severity of Ahmad’s injury but here’s your obligatory ‘pick him up’ on Wilson.

Drew Brees/Jimmy Graham - Well if they didn’t knock you out of  playoff contention last week, they put the nail in your fantasy coffin this week.  Brees is now tied with Andrew Luck for the league lead in INTs with 18.  Probably not the league lead either guy had in mind coming into their respective seasons.  Meanwhile, Jimmy was outscored in standard leagues this week by Zach Miller.  Can’t always bring you the highlights, people.

LaMichael James - Had 8 carries for 30 yards and 1 catch for 15.  Why am I talking about him?  Because Jacobs was inactivated for this game and James got 9 touches.  He faces the Patriots next week and is a change of pace back that can break a big play at any given time.  See, you thought I’d leave you down in the dumps with Brees and Graham and now I’m lifting you back up as we sign off.  I’m here for you, Razzball readers.

  1. Wilsonian says:
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    I feel like you were speaking DIRECTLY to me. I was that guy who dealth Cam/Bradshaw/DJax for Ice/Welker. It hasn’t really hurt me too much, but still would be nice to have Supaman in at QB in the ‘Offs. Anyway, our Playoffs actually start this coming week, so I’m getting a head start. Here’s my lineup and a few questions:

    QB: Ryan v. NYG
    WR: Welker v. SF
    WR: Cobb @ CHI
    WR: Dez v. PIT
    RB: B.Brown v. CIN
    RB: Morris @ CLE
    TE: Graham v. TB
    W/R: Forte v. GB
    W/R/T: Garcon @ CLE
    BN: Nicks @ ATL
    BN: J.Gordon v. WAS
    BN: Britt v. NYJ
    BN: LeShoure @ ARI
    BN: Witten v. PIT

    D: DET @ ARI
    BN: SD v. CAR

    0.5 PPR. 3 point bonuses at 85 yards receiving/100 yards rushing; 6 point bonuses at 135 yards receivng/150 yards rushing.

    Do you slot in any of my bench guys? I’m leaning Nicks over Garcon, especially if RG3 is out. And I’m debating on finding a way to play Gordon. Also, I think I HAVE to play Detroit this week, if the last two week of Arizona offense mean anything.

    But my biggest question is: do I bench Matty Ice? I don’t have a backup QB, but any of the following are available:

    Foles v. CIN
    Kaepernik @ NE
    Palmer v. KC
    Rivers v. CAR
    Freeman @ NO
    Wilson @ BUF

    QB points: 25 yards per point; 3 point bonus at 250 yards passing; 6 point bonus at 335 yards passing; passing TDs are 4 points; interceptions are -1 and sacks are -0.5. Rushing bonuses also apply.

    Thanks man. I appreciate your help this season.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Who says I wasn’t?!? Yeah, your team was solid without him and it’s not like the guys you got back made it a bad trade, especially when you consider where DJax is now and how inconsistent Ahmad has been.

      I’d slot Gordon in over Garcon. I fear an angry ATL team after losing to Carolina this week. I think they’ll be more focused and unless you’re sitting Cobb – which you’re not – Nicks should stay where he’s at.

      I haven’t really had a chance to gauge the week 15 climate But Matty Ice and Freeman are enticing. NO seems to be in freefall, he might have himself a strong day there. I’m gonna guess I have both in the top 7 for the week but given Ice’s recent history, I’d say Freeman might be the better start.

      Oh and glad we could help!

      • Wilsonian says:
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        @Sky: much appreciation on the response. So you like Gordon over Garçon and Freeman over Matty? Man, it’ll be tough to bench him, but I could do it. You don’t think the Falcons just go off this week after losing to CAR? I always worry about an Ice benching, too, once they have home field completely locked up. Thanks again, brosef.

        • Sky

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          The Saints have lost their way and Eli just had 4 TD passes on them. I think Freeman has taken advantage of good matchups when they’re presented and NO is definitely one of those. Don’t see TB’s defense slowing Brees and company down either so the game should be open for airout all game.

          If Kirk Cousins is throwing to Garcon – something that isn’t out of the question – I think Gordon vs a weak WAS secondary is the better start. He had a good week in KC, just didn’t score a touchdown. Anquan Boldin just had 78 and two TDs, can’t see why Gordon doesn’t get a shot to do the same.

        • Murph says:
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          @Wilsonian:

          Agree with Sky

          Even if RGIII plays the deep threat (Garcon) will get a heavy dose of Joe Hayden. Redskins secondary is terrible and are known for letting the big play guy get by them (Gordon) although I’m back on the Hakeem nicks bandwagon especially if Bradshaw misses next week.

          Ryan and Freeman have similar ceilings so you would be better to go with the favorable matchup. Ryan produced a mediocre production considering he attempted
          50 passes and the falcons only rushed the ball 11 times. Other QBs Romo, Palmer and even Freeman when given the opportunity to throw the ball 50 times have produced numbers in the high 20s. Ryan is struggling to say the least as of late.

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            @Murph: so you think Gordon over Garçon/Nicks and Freeman over Ryan. It’s gonna be hard to bench Ryan, but if I can get Freeman after he clears waivers, I’m all over it.

            • Murph says:
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              @Wilsonian:

              Personally I like Nicks going forward regardless of matchup because the targets will be high and he looks to be healthy. I can see an argument for Gordon this week against Washington if you need major upside but with Gordon only receiving 3-5 targets per game you have to hope for that big 50+ yard TD catch but as mentioned above the redskins have a tendency to let that happen a lot.

              Freeman and Ryan are on the same level as of late in my opinion lots of pass attempts with great talent but both have been extremely inaccurate recently and in that case you have to turn to matchup when making your decision

  2. CL says:
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    OK… I think I’m on my way to a win with my 5-8 team this week in Round 1 playoffs… largely due to the Seattle DEF putting up 51 fantasy points for me.

    However, I may or may not have lost RGIII… so what order shall I try to claim a backup / replacement this week:

    Foles
    Rothlisberger
    Wilson
    Weedon
    Flacco
    Tannehill
    Locker

    Thanks!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I’m worried about RG3 ROS, personally. Roethlisberger for consistency.

      • CL says:
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        @Sky: I’m going to try and grab Foles & R-berger. Thanks.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          No prob…oh and it looks like RG3 only has a sprained knee. Looked a lot worse than that to me. Hopefully he’s good to go this week for you.

        • Murph says:
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          @CL:

          LCL grade 1 sprain might limit him this week in practice but its not that serious. The match up against Cleveland is more concerning than the injury in my opinion.

          • Sky

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            @Murph, @CL:

            Plus we might see RG3 take the day off early/play cautious. The game is important, I think they try to mask him a bit while try to gain advantage early and then get him out ASAP. Plenty of quick sceen passes and rushing from Royster and Morris is what I’m expecting, personally.

            • Murph says:
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              @Sky:

              Morris involved in the passing game?!?!
              I’ve been waiting all season for this!!! Agreed tread lightly with RG3 for at least this week it could be a crushing blow to any team if he hits the sidelines to do his best Sanchez impression with his ball cap on and clipboard in hand.

              • Sky

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                Ha, I’d be surprised but it’s definitely possible. I’m thinking screen passes for both RBs and WRs, though. Quick outs/slants…basically anything that can be done in a 3 count so the ball is out and he’s not touched. Morris getting 30 touches would not surprise me if they play it safe. Given how underrated the Browns are defensively, it’s not that bad of an idea in general.

                I’m pretty sure that’s the one area where Sanchez might outdo RG3. Or at least he better learn fast, pretty sure that’ll eventually be his day job if he stays in the league. Or he’s going to become a spelunker. You know where that comes from.

  3. Murph says:
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    So Myers put me in a huge hole going into Sunday but thanks to Seahawks D Lynch and Marshall I posted a season high 195 points (espn standard) this game is maddening sometimes…hope your week went well too. Hoping for a big night from Brady-Welker as I have a shot at 5K in the big $10 weekly tournament from an “unnamed” site (currently in 5th).

    • Sky

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      I think I won every matchup this week, both consolation and real playoffs so I’m feeling pretty good. My super deep, 2QB league I had Knowshon/AP/Foles/Gibson carry the load for me which was great given what I got out of Celek/Rudolph/Torrey. I’m up 100 but their big guns come out tonight (Schaub/Foster/Andre Johnson). Given I’m 6-7 and barely made the playoffs in that league with the second most points, I wouldn’t put it past the fantasy gods to destroy me on MNF.

      • Murph says:
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        @Sky:

        Good to hear!!!
        Unless you have some crazy scoring format I think you are safe. Belicheck will make sure that Andre is held in check forcing guys like Kevin Walters and Owen Daniels to beat them and the Patriot’s run D is good enough to slow Foster down and Schaub well is just schaub…enough said. You can say oh well the patriots Pass D is terrible but since the addition of Talib they havent been bad only 3 TDs allowed and 4 Ints in 3 games. Then again crazier things have happened this year….good luck tonight shoould be a classic Monday Night showdown.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Yeah, that’s kinda what I was thinking as well. Thanks my man and I’ll talk with you later!

  4. Hotrod says:
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    About a month ago traded away Brady & Brandon Lloyd for Cam & AJ Green. Winning.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Wow, Tiger Blood. AJ held down the fort and Cam has been coming around the last few weeks. Sounds like you’re well on your way to a good playoff run.

  5. and1mcgee says:
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    graham or heath for a ppr league next week?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Cowboys give up the 7th fewest fantasy points to opposing TEs. I’d have to say Graham there.

  6. FillyP says:
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    SKY – help!!! My injury-riddled 2nd place team just got a whole lot worse with RG3′s injury. Even if by some miracle of miracles he plays Sunday, I don’t think his legs can be trusted. For my opening playoff game would you go with: Mispelledberger, Foles, Freeman or Kapernick? The pickens are slim..

    Powell, Owens, or Wilson over Dwyer/Bryce Brown for FLEX?

    Lastly – I think Garcon and Danario are locks for WR1 + 2. WR3: Maclin, J. Gordon, Britt, or Gibson/Givens?

    I think I’m fucked. Anyway, I seriously owe you some money if I manage to limp into the finals.. thanks as always!

    • Murph says:
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      @FillyP:

      RG3 has an LCL grade 1 sprain might limit him this week in practice but its not that serious he should be good to go for the final games barring a major setback in practice

    • Sky

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      @FillyP:

      I’m a little more worried about how they use RG3 at this time than if he plays. the just in case from that batch would be Freeman for me this week against the Saints.

      I’d go Powell over Bryce if LeSean is back in. Titans are a nice matchup for Bilal and last week proved the Jets are willing to use him (19 carries).

      I’d go Gordon there at WR3.

      I think you’ll be fine. Still have a good team at hand.

      • FillyP says:
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        @Sky:

        Thanks for the vote of confidence. And for the injury update, Murph. I’d also add Cousins looked more than competent.. if the game gets out-of-hand early, they’ll prob pull RG3. On the other side of the ball, Browns will have to pass on the Skins – so Gordon looks like a nice play. Britt has been surging, however.

        Here’s my pending line-up:
        Freeman
        Garcon
        D. Alexander
        Gordon
        Peterson
        McFadden
        Myers
        Powell
        Gostkowski
        Seahawks D/ST

        TE is another big, fat question mark. Myers had a real dud last week. Rudolph, Pitta, and Clark are available. A. McCoy and Harbor are intriguing risk plays..

        • Sky

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          @FillyP: NYJ is not a nice matchup for Britt.

          TEs are all about matchups. I put Dennis Pitta in the top 10 last week of TEs while the consensus on him was around 19. He goes from facing the ‘first’ worst to the second worst in the Broncos in terms of fantasy points against for TEs. I think he’s a worthy matchup play this week over Myers.

          McCoy I’m only interested in if it’s clear Brown isn’t part of the offense. Bengals matchup isn’t that great. Luke-warm about Harbor.

  7. Wilsonian says:
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    Looks like Shady has been cleared to practice. Are you worried about Brown? I need him in my lineup without Shady messing up his chi. If you are worried, would you bench him in favor of Nicks or Garçon? 0.5 PPR.

    • Sky

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      @Wilsonian: Tough but I’d go Garcon there if Shady gets in the mix. I’d be worried about split carries against a so-so matchup with the bengals.

      • Wilsonian says:
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        @Sky: looks like I may have other issues now with Dez possibly hitting the IR with torn ligaments in his finger. Looks like I’ve got a good chance of both Garçon and Micks playing. Thanks again.

        • Sky

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          @Wilsonian: I love when Micks play but usually they drink too much Guinness to be worth anything out on the field. Oy, this isn’t soccer here!

          • Wilsonian says:
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            @Sky: hahahaha. Damn you autocorrect. And don’t knock them and their Guiness. They can probably play better on it than off!

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              No knock at all. I assume it’s like their version of Gatorade!

              • Wilsonian says:
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                @Sky: I was actually leaning more Adderall or Amphetamines. But Gatorade works too.

                • Sky

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                  I figure that’s just layered in their coddle on a daily basis.

  8. Aaron says:
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    Hey,

    I was looking around for some keeper advice and came across your column. Any thoughts on keepers for next year? I’m currently looking at Ryan Williams, Andrew Hawkins, Julian Edelman, and Daryl Richardson from the free agent pool. I’d need to give up a 9th round pick to keep any of them, and then 8th, 7th, etc.. Think any of them are a good choice?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I like Edelman out of that crew. I think even if they resign Welker, Edelman gets an expanded role. Could be WR2 material.

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