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Greetings! Tis I, the fabulous Mr. Beddict, here to review some stats I found downright fascinating from the NFL’s opening weekend. You know me as Razzball’s resident fantasy football and now fantasy baseball champion(is it too early to say that?No), philanthropist, model, escort, and part-time stripper. If there’s one thing I know, it’s that when I’m around, women flock like the salmon of Capistrano. And if there’s another thing I know, it’s how to absolutely dominate in the field of fantasy sports. I’m not one to brag or self promote my but my legend runs deeper than the Mariana Trench. Help me help you in winning your fantasy title this season. Brotherhood of Razzball readers; I’d rather fight beside you than any other site and their millions of peasants. Let no man forget how menacing we are. We are lions! Do you know what’s there, waiting, beyond the regular season? Immortality! Take it, it’s yours!

Kenbrell Thompkins- 4 receptions for 42 yards on 14 targets. Tom Brady has put together a gorgeous career making bums like Deion Branch look like NFL caliber players, but right now Branch looks like Steve Largent in comparison to Thompkins. He simply looks gruesome out there and somehow looked even more worthless on Thursday night’s game agains the Jets. I was one who bought into the hype a bit and drafted Thompkins in a few different leagues this year and after about 5 blown endzone targets I’m beginning to regret it. With Amendola out, there is still some upside as the Patriots possess no capable replacement for him in the lineup but I’m not starting him next week unless desperate. Many of his routes and dropped passes were inexcusable, causing me more disgust than the time I was paid to go down on Roseanne at her bachelorette party. Seriously, I haven’t seen that many dropped balls since shooting a soft-core porn shoot with an O.C. addicted co-star back in 97. Truly disgraceful.

David Wilson- 7 rushes for 19 yards and 2 fumbles and 0 receptions on 1 target. Those of us who did not draft until a few days before the season started have only one man to blame for how we felt on Sunday night. That man is Andre Brown. If Brown didn’t go down with an injury the weekend before the season, myself and many others certainly wouldn’t have drafted Wilson as high as the 3rd round. With no capable backup in site, and no TD vulture, Wilson was primed for a monstrous year in what could be one of the most high powered offenses in football. Then Sunday night football happened. Though Wilson was seemingly fighting back tears during his long stint on the bench, it’s hard to feel bad for a guy who just cost you a week 1 victory. The Brandon Jacobs signing worries me a tad, only because he will surely get the goal line touches, immediately taking away something we thought we’d be getting from Wilson this year since Brown was no longer around. Let me put it to you this way; If Wilson doesn’t break 6 or 7, 30-40 plus TD runs, he will be one of the biggest busts in fantasy this season. If you’re thin at running back already, you may want to get on your knees and pray to the elder God’s for only they have the power to save you now.

Pierre Garçon- 7 receptions for 64 yards on 11 targets. I don’t blame Garçon for this mediocre performance nor should you. He was facing a defense that was obviously focused on taking him away as a deep threat so he was forced to catch a bunch of short stuff, but still looked fairly solid. If you know the frenchman at all, you know he will turn some of those bubble screens and quick slants into long touchdowns and I still have my expectations set on over 1,300 yards and 8-10 Harriet Tub-mans. Have faith in Pierre for he hath faith in you, his fantasy owners. On a positive note, at least he didn’t injure his foot that he’s refused surgery on. Still, a garbage time TD would have been nice……..FML.

Tavon Austin- 6 receptions for 41 yards on 7 targets. You already know Jared Cook surfaced more viciously than a first-time herpes outbreak, but what about Austin? Ehhh, much milder, kinda like HPV. Austin seems to lack the explosiveness and lateral quickness of a Percy Harvin or Randall Cobb and Givens as well as Cook have emerged as the deep threats on the roster. Considering Austin is about the same size as comedian Kevin Hart, he doesn’t seem like much of a red zone threat either. So where do we go from here guys? Telling you that I could answer that would be a lie, and I, Tehol Beddict, don’t lie. I’m wishing on a star that if you drafted him somewhat early you receive points for punt return yardage and hopefully it’s also PPR. If not, I suggest benching Austin this week until we see what he’s capable of.

Vernon Davis- 6 receptions for 98 yards and 2 TD’s on 9 targets. This looks like the year the Niners are gonna let the big dog eat again. Why they’ve consistently chained this monstrosity for the past 3 seasons, I have no explanation. It’s obvious this artistic gentleman is only rivaled in tight end talent by Jimmy Graham and Gronk. Shizz, he’s probably even more talented than those hogs. He’s been patiently waiting to blow, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the V. Davis Show.

Anquan Boldin- 13 receptions for 208 yards and 1 td on 17  targets. Seattle, we have a problem. The Niners General Manager, Trent Baalke, is in some circles being referred to as a mix of Albert Einstein and Nostradamus for his genius pickup of Boldin. Quan Quan stepped right in for the injured Michael Crabtree and gave the packers db’s the kind of unyielding pounding I haven’t witnessed since the Ray-J/Kardashian sex tape. Will this continue? To a degree, yes. The aforementioned Vern will continue to eat and the Niners will attempt at least a long ball or two to the speedy Kyle Williams but other than that it’s Boldin’s world baby. The running game will obviously not stay grounded forever either so everything should balance out but Boldin should average around 8-9 grabs a game. Run tell that!

Steven Jackson- 11 carries for 77, 5 catches for 45 yards on 8 targets. Eleven carries against the Pillsbury dough boy soft Saints defense huh? If he was injured or something please feel free to inform me. You can’t sit here and tell me that Jax shouldn’t have had a hundo against this depleted defense. Horrible play calling by a highly overrated offensive coordinator. Hey, let’s go out and hire Jacksonville’s O-coordinator, because everything’s looked beautiful there. I get that Dirk Koetter isn’t to blame for the total disgrace that is Blaine Gabbert, who needs to be taken out his misery Old Yeller style, but I still don’t comprehend the hire. I say the Falcons take a step back this year but Jackson should have 1000 yards and double digit tubs.

Roddy white- 2 receptions for 19 yards on 2 targets. Hopefully you watched my NFL network sponsored video with Roddy White and MJD last week. If only my new BFF Rodster had told us he was going to perform like a gelded horse on a stud farm, maybe some of you wouldn’t have wasted a draft pick on him. If he truly has a high ankle sprain then White should be sitting, not possibly making the injury worse than it already is. People are calling him a decoy, but what good is a decoy when the opposition knows there’s a higher probability of Magic Johnson’s son bagging your girlfriend then there is of White doing anything of consequence? Be

Alshon Jeffery- 5 receptions for 42 yards on 8 targets. I’m going to go out on a limb and say Jeffery has WR3 type year. It seems to have come together for this stallion with the perfect frame and I expect 6-8 TD’s from Jeffery, maybe more since he’s the ideal red zone target. Of course this would mean Cutler would have to stop force feeding Brandon Marshall and that may take time….Or an intervention. I like Jeffery to score this week so get him in there.

Mike Wallace- 1 reception for 15 yards on 5 targets. YIKES! You didn’t really draft this guy in the 3rd round did you? Give it another week before you throw in the towel on your season.

Jordan Cameron- 9 receptions for 108 yards and a TD on 13 targets- This former basketball player has emerged as Cleveland’s number one option in the receiving game and that could remain the same even when Josh Gordon comes back after this weekend. Target wise anyway, so if you stole Cameron late in your draft, kudos to you my friends. Kudos to you. Wait, you’re telling me Lane Kiffin had this freak at USC and didn’t even think to use him? You’re kidding? Everything else Lane that Lane has done has turned out spectacular so I’m a little surprised there.

Brandon Pettigrew – 2 receptions for 6 yards and a fumble on 4 targets. Pettigrew has proven to be a 7th round talent….Like 7th round NFL draft talent, not fantasy talent. He’s not a good fit for this offense though he normally is able to put up somewhat respectable numbers but with the plague of talented tight ends among us I wouldn’t even own Pettigrew.

Ahmad Bradshaw- 7 carries for 26 yards and 1 reception for 7 yards on 1 target. Will Bradshaw ever fully unseat Vick “da brick” Ballard, receive more than 60 percent of the carries, and live up to my boy Sky’s lofty expectations? Probably not, but one would think he will become more involved in the coming weeks. That is until he gets hurt again. In Ballard I trust.

Darren McFadden- 17 carries for 48 yards and td with 3 receptions for 18 yards on 5 targets. Didn’t DMC used to have hands? That pass he bobbled in the end zone was dishonorable and the dude may have even lost his hood pass after that performance. 48 yards rushing against the Colts? He’s gonna be hard pressed to find a softer d to run against and since he can’t seem to catch the rock, his upside isn’t what it once was. All that negative talk aside, I still assume he will get the ball over 20 times a game until he’s injured so he’s obviously still startable and capable of busting a long one.

Doug Baldwin- 7 receptions for 91 yards on 8 targets. Teach me how to Dougie. Teach, teach, teach me how to Dougie. Is Douglas going to be the x-factor against his college coach who didn’t even consider signing him as an un-drafted free agent? Some would say it is so considering the Niners were the third worst team defensively against slot receivers. However, I am not one of those people and doubt very much that Dougie goes over 60 yards or scores a TD.

DeAngelo Williams- 17 carries for 86 yards and a fumble and 3 receptions for 14 yards on 3 targets. I loved what I saw from Williams against Seattle other than that fumble that may have cost Carolina the game of course. Jonathan Stewart may never come back and Tolbert is like cocaine, only great when used seldomly. Cocaine is a helluva drug and Williams could be a helluva fantasy back this season if Carolina is as good as I think they are.

Maurice Jones-Drew- 15 carries for 45 yards and 0 receptions on 2 targets. MJD seemed to take offense when I asked him on my DirecTV special interview, if his quarterback “was still seeing ghosts out there.” Well, I for one, took great offense to MJD’s level of play against the Chiefs on Sunday. Has he hit the wall? Does he need a change of scenery? Have injuries taken their toll on his short, round body? We shall know soon enough my friends. We shall know soon enough.

Torrey Smith- 4 receptions for 92 yards on 8 targets. Having Smith pegged as one of my breakout stars this season seemed like a brilliant idea until 1) I fully recognized that Jacoby Jones was Baltimore’s number 2 wideout, and 2) Jacoby Jones got hurt. I can’t even name you the next man up for Baltimore. Well of course I can, I’m a fantasy football savant for the God’s sake but let’s just say the average fan has no clue who any of these scrubs are, nor should they. Coverage should now be bracketed around Torrey even more now making it that much harder for him to get deep, especially when that’s seemingly all he can do or that the Ravens coaches want him to do. Like a fool, I believed Baltimore would try to get Smith the ball quicker and let him make a play but it seems I was wrong as Smith was routinely sent on go-routes all game long. I’m fine with it if he gets one bomb a game that way but come on, this guy is an elite talent and should be treated as such. Get it together guys.

Montee Ball- 8 carries for 24 yards and no targets- Still has the best chance of breaking out of all the Broncos running backs but I hope you didn’t draft him early cuz I wouldn’t bet much on it.

Larry Fitzgerald- 8 receptions for 80 yards and 2 TD’s on 14 targets- Normally I don’t mention the star players in this section but it’s worth noting that Larry legend is back and better than ever now that he has a capable QB in place. The Cardinals QB situation has been pathetic over the past few seasons and the only reason Fitz hasn’t been demanding a trade non-stop is that he’s being paid like Sadam Hussein was in his heydey. Fitz might be the steal of the draft and seems likely to produce like a number 1 fantasy wideout. Witness!

James Jones- 0 receptions on 2 targets. Sooooo, uhhhhh, Jones led the league in TD receptions last season eh? Let’s just say this wasn’t quite the start I was expecting from my man Jones. I’ve always been a strong supporter of Jones, and thought him highly underrated until he kind of blew up last year. He’ll still have a nice season but Cobb seems to be more of a focal point and with Jordy Nelson healthy it will be highly difficult for Jones to reproduce his numbers from last season. Keep the faith though as he’s still a capable number 3 fantasy wideout.

Rueben Randle- 5 receptions for 101 yards on 6 targets. Randle is impressive and should put up close to 1,000 yards receiving this season, especially when you recall that Nicks will surely miss a few games during the season making that prediction not seem so outrageous.  Look, he’s already over 1/10th of the way there.

Miles Austin- 10 receptions for 72 yards on 12 targets. If you know me at all you know that I birthed Austin’s career by picking him up at 3 o’clock sunday morning and starting him in the now famous game at Kansas city in which he had 250 yards and 2 TD’s, including the game winner in overtime. After that I knighted him “Sir Miles” Austin, and the rest is history. Injuries have ruined what could have been one of the greatest stories in football history but I believe Miles still has what it takes and will bounce back in a major way this season. He led the team in targets last week and with Dez Bryant’s injury I expect more of the same. Hey, who is Dallas playing this week again? In Kansas City, the place where it all started for “Sir Miles.” Start with utmost confidence and swag.

DeSean Jackson- 7 receptions for 104 yards and 1 TD on 9 targets. This young hustla will have a career year no question. That is all.

LeSean McCoy- 31 carries for 184 yards and 1 td and 1 reception for 5 yards on 1 target. Anyone else regretting not drafting McCoy this season? Whoops! The only thing somewhat surprising is the lack of receptions McCoy received but I’m positive that will even out as the season goes on. Other than Adrian Peterson, McCoy, to me, is the most talented back in the NFL. His shiftiness is unparalleled a huge year is on the horizon.

Wow, it’s great having the NFL back! This was fun and I very much look forward to doing this every week. Feel free to follow me on twitter at @TeholBeddict47 and leave your questions and comments below. They will be answered with Usain Bolt type speed as I’m always ready for action. It’s been a pleasure serving you.

 

 

  1. Pete says:
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    Now that Ballard is headed to the IR, how much does Bradshaw’s value improve? More than a flew option already, or should we wait another week to see how effective he is this weekend?

    • Pete says:
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      @Pete: Flex not flew

    • frankgrimes says:
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      @Pete: depends on his health. donald brown isnt much of a threat. they could possibly sign someone like McGahee.

      • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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        @frankgrimes: so maybe i could keep stashing mcgahee (thought NYG of NE would grab him in last 4 days, dropped reece’s piece) over people like powell/helu/tolbert/miles davis. we all know bradshaw has the worst feet ever.

        • Tehol Beddict says:
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          @Aubrey Plaza’s Pillow: yea im waiting for him to go down. i picked up brown

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Pete: Well Miami proved to be extremely tough against the run last week but yea I’d call bradshaw a flex option this week and probably for the forseeable future unless they truly ever start pounding him 20 times a game. I’m intrigued to find out. That ballard injury is huge

      • Pete says:
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        @Tehol Beddict: Thanks guys. Specifically for my team, if I started Bradshaw this weekend he would replace Hartline or Steve Johnson at flex. I’m thinking I keep him benched this week and see how he looks. Agree?

        • Tehol Beddict says:
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          @Pete: most would probably say to start over Hartline but white lightening could be in for another nice day. id start steve johnson for sure but it’s kind of a toss up for me on hartline/bradshaw. i wouldnt be mad either way but I’d probably go hartline

  2. Wallpaper Paterson says:
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    Tavon Austin will score touchdowns from scrimmage.

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Wallpaper Paterson: Im hoping so Wallpaper. I truly hope you’re right

  3. frankgrimes says:
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    Would you start Lacy over Foster this week?

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @frankgrimes: legitimate question and this could be good game for Lacy considering McCoy destroyed the skins defense last week. But I think you still have to take the proven commodity at this point, but if you want to get ballsy Lacy may have a bit more upside

  4. Scott says:
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    Hi Mr. Beddict!

    Always a pleasure to read your articles. Keep up the good work!

    Anyhow, had a fantasy question where I’m not sure what I should do with my TEs: Cook and Cameron. Yeah, I hit big pay dirt in the draft.

    Also I’m in a 14-man, nonppr and my team as no noticeable weakness for a large league. Anyhow, been getting a lot of trade offers. Only one that’s intriguing is getting an offer for J.Charles/Moore for R. Rice/Cameron.

    Should I do this? I’m not too worried about R. Rice but I’m not too excited about the overall Ravens offense. Or should I wait or seek out more of a lucrative deal where I could bolster a different position? If so, which positions should I look for considering my team makeup below:

    Stafford
    D. Martin
    R. Rice
    Demaryius Thomas
    Pierre Garcon
    Miles Austin
    Cook
    Cameron
    ——–
    Giovani Bernard
    Bryce Brown
    Stewart on IR spot
    Michael Floyd
    Hopkins.

    Thanks!
    -Scott

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Scott: are we talking Lance Moore in that trade? if so that doesnt really excite me. I would probably hold out for something better though as charles and Rice are kind of a wash and if you are able to run double tight both of those guys may be better options than lance moore other than the occasional game he goes off. you look pretty stacked bro other than running back but in emergency bernard or brown wouldnt be devastating play. I honestly wouldnt change a thing unless you could get another decent running back for one of your tight ends but prob need another big week to sell that as backs are hard to come by. Thanks for reading.

      • Scott says:
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        @Tehol Beddict:

        Yeah, That’s what I figured. Initially the guy was offering Rueben Randle with J. Charles and I was really considering since I agree with you on Lance Moore.

        Unfortunately, we can’t two TE in the league and our flex is only set for RB/WR. Hoping to improve my RBs as well. But its hard to come by in such a big league.

        • Tehol Beddict says:
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          @Scott: @Scott: understandable. at this point I dont believe it necessary to make that move quite yet. lets check back in next week playa

          • Scott says:
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            @Tehol Beddict:

            This idea came to me however of course it would come at a bigger risk.

            Give: Ray Rice, Garcon, Cameron

            Get: LeSean McCoy, M. Wallace, Anquan Boldin (maybe even R. Helu)

            • Tehol Beddict says:
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              @Scott: that works. go ahead and pull that trigger son

              • Scott says:
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                @Tehol Beddict:

                Thanks Tehol. Couldn’t get Helu in the deal. But I still feel that I came out on top with LeSean and some decent WR for a TE I didn’t need.

                • Tehol Beddict says:
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                  @Scott: yea, nice work buddy

                  • Scott says:
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                    @Tehol Beddict:

                    Crap! We’re back to the lineup/trade questions, Tehol. As you can see with my previous question and team makeup above, Mr. Rice is my main concern.

                    What are my backup options? Sit tight and hope Giovani and a soft GB defense get him some value as my RB2 position.

                    Or trade the person who has Bernard Pierce as I have his LeSean McCoy backup? Would it be crazy that I include Bryce + Miles for just Pierce? Not sure if he’ll bite as he needs RBs, but then again he doesn’t have a single WR for depth and Miles could be of use.

                    I also have the #1 Waiver Wire pick and could pick up Eddie Lacey in the short term. I’m just worried Ray Rice’s injury will last more than 2 weeks. :(

                    • Tehol Beddict says:
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                      @Scott: I dont think u need to give that much up. Not much revealed at this point about rice so id wait a bit. He may miss 1/2 weeks or he may not miss a single game. U may have to ride bernard for a week or 2

                    • Scott says:
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                      @Tehol:

                      Thanks Tehol! I was thinking the same. I guess I’ll have to sit tight.

                      Should I still use my #1 waiver pick on James Stark? Not sure if I’d even start him over Giovanni next week since Cinci has a considerably stronger run defense than the Packers.

                  • Scott says:
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                    @Scott: @Tehol Beddict:

                    Also I had another idea of giving Stafford + Demaryius Thomas for Kaepernick + Cobb + Woodhead. But don’t think this will improve my situation as Woodhead have no service in a nonppr league.

                    • Tehol Beddict says:
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                      @Scott: yea I would not do this. Woodhead useless at this point. Stafford may have bettwr year than kap

                    • Tehol Beddict says:
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                      @Scott: id still grab starks yea for sure

  5. Fabuloso says:
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    How much should I bid on Ahmad Bradshaw? Someone dropped him on Wednesday and the waiver period is up tomorrow morning. I have $100 to spend on waiver claims for the whole year. League is ppr.

    Thanks in advance.

    • Wallpaper Paterson says:
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      @Fabuloso: $10-25 range. I cannot pinpoint an exact value because I don’t know enough about your league.

      • Tehol Beddict says:
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        @Wallpaper Paterson: wallpaper seems to be on same page with me. I like him already

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Fabuloso: well how are u at running back? Is solid there I wouldnt go over 15 but 20 is doable as he is the feature back and if somehow remains healthy all year will be great add

      • Fabuloso says:
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        I have 2 flex spots, one flex includes a QB. The scoring system is something different than any other league I have ever done.
        QB’s: 1 pt every 50 yards, .25 pts per completion, 3 pts touchdown
        RB/WR/TE: 1 pt every 10 yards, .25 pts per carry, .75 pts per reception, 6 pts touchdown

        Have to start 1 QB, 2 WR, 2 RB, 1 TE, and the 2 flex I mentioned earlier. It seems like RB’s are the best option in this league. My current rb’s are Ray Rice, Reggie Bush, Ryan Matthews, Bryce Brown,, Bernard Pierce, and I just lost Shane Vereen.

        Your assistance is much appreciated.

        • Tehol Beddict says:
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          @Fabuloso: 20 sounds good. Ud be hardpressed to find a better waiver wire add throughout season so can overpay a bit now

  6. D Rich says:
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    Run DMC home against Jacksonville or Deangelo at Buffalo??! I can’t seem to call it or do i start both and bench either antonio brown or golden tate…pick 3 to start and 1 to bench

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @D Rich: id actually start both backs and bench golden taint. Oh u got to do it playboy

  7. bb says:
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    would you deal romo + julius thomas for cam? i want to sell julius high but if i did the trade i would have to pick up a tight end from waivers, and it’s a 16 team league so i would have to pick up someone like gresham, dallas clark, etc

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @bb: thats tough man. Romo gonna have big year but yea id probably do it. Is eifert available? Ertz? Otherwise thkse other two are fine. Yea pull trigger

  8. kidbr9 says:
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    2 different leagues I’d like your advice:

    Standard Scoring, who do you plug in for 2nd RB and FLEX out of these:
    Tate
    Matthews
    Bradshaw (now that Ballard is out)
    Marlon

    .5 PPR:
    Nicks
    Hartline
    Marlon

    Thanks!

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @kidbr9: standard scoring Id go matthews this week hopefully that ronnie brown shit will stop as Matthews looked pretty good to me

      ppr id go nicks as he has best chance to score and have big game. thanks for reading

  9. Principle Blackman says:
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    I just heard about Vick Ballard’s torn ACL. I had Hartline set to go in my flex spot in my 12-team, ppr league, but now I’m considering slotting Bradshaw in. Which player should I start this week?

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Principle Blackman: i mentioned this earlier in another response that its pretty much a coin flip I dont really like bradshaw to score this week against tough miami run defense but he should have solid start. Im sure bradshaw will be ahead in most flex rankings but I thing hartline has better chance to score this week then go back to bradshaw next week. cant go wrong either way

  10. GeorgeWompington says:
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    Randle, vs TY hilton VS tavon austin this week at wr 3? Thanks!

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @GeorgeWompington: I have to think that my boy TY is going to bounce back in a major way this week and I think he gets a tub though randle is intriguing id go TY

      • GeorgeWompington says:
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        @Tehol Beddict: Thanks! how do u feel about hartline vs randle for this week and ROS?

        • Tehol Beddict says:
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          @GeorgeWompington: should be comparable. I like hartline better as of today but if any giants wideout goes down randle will go off. Should have similar yards even if nicks doesnt get hurt. Giants should be throwing a lot. Go randle

  11. drop Da’rel for Donald Brown or hold? thaaaanks

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      @Sheriff McRawDawg: I would yea. Ive been thinking about doing the same thing as bradshaw could go down at any moment leaving brown as only option. im not a scott believer he looks below average

      • @Tehol Beddict: true true. and who knows with Jacobs coming back.. I just made the switch. do you think they’ll go that heavily on Bradshaw, or will it be a little more of a split?

        and thanks as always man

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          @Sheriff McRawDawg: i assume hes gonna get bulk of carries right off the bat but if dolphins can shut down trent richardson they can shut down bradshaw plus hes prone to injury. we shall find out this weekend my friend. thanks for coming by sheriff

  12. Alex says:
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    Andre Roberts/Jared Cook/Pierre Thomas/Kenny Britt for my flex this week? Can’t believe I’m considering starting two TEs…

    1/2 PPR

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Alex: cook unless fitz dont play. If thats case go roberts

      • Alex says:
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        @Tehol Beddict:

        aight, and just so I’m clear (because I might be assuming here), Cameron over Cook since Bmore can’t cover TEs if their lives depended on it?

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          @Alex: thats the way to go yea

  13. Frank says:
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    Flex play question: cook or sproles in my flex?? 12 team ppr. I already have Cameron in TE and r-rich and sjax in my rb’s. thanks

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Frank: Very tough call since we don’t quite know for sure on Cook yet but in PPR im going sproles

  14. Stephanie Clabaugh says:
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    Tehol- nice pic choice!!! As much as I love and look forward to reading your work, I am excited for the day that the networks realize what they are missing on camera.

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Stephanie Clabaugh: thanks girl. im trying to start a tv division of razzball. would be hot

  15. Mike says:
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    Would u drop josh Gordon and pick up either Andre Roberts or Michael Floyd??
    Standard

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Mike: nope. Gordon comes back next week. Gonna ball

    • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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      @Mike: you’re quite lucky (or 8 team league) to have floyd on waivers.

  16. Chicken Dinner says:
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    My Cameron for his D.Wilson?
    or
    My Cameron for his Joique/Rudolph?

    I have Forte/ L.Miller and F.Davis

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Chicken Dinner: sure u have to take wilson for cameron at this point. the ultimate sell high that could pay off major . get ur done

  17. Mike says:
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    David Wilson,joque bell, randle ,or Myles Austin flex this weekend???

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Mike: “SIR” Miles Austin. dont forget the “Sir”

  18. Baren says:
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    Love the site. It’s helped me dominate in baseball so now I’m giving it a whirl for football. I already asked Sky, but would like your opinion.

    Ben Tate for Montee Ball. Who gets the better end of this trade?

    Thanks!

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Baren: quite the query. If I had my choice between the 2 i’d take Ball as he has best chance at closer to full time work as the season progresses. I love tate but no way they cut Fosters carries in half. In reality Ball may never carry the full load this year. Just like his odds better……..BUT arian could always miss a few games and that would change everything obviously but to take one now, I’d go Ball to the wall. glad you like the site

  19. Frank White says:
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    Sup brotha Tehol!!! I’m in a 12 team ppr league and my rb’s are, Doug martin, mjd, sproles and daryl Richardson.. I’m worried about mjd and I was wondering if I should trade Daryl and my bench receiver Vincent brown?? My main receivers are DT, bowe and nicks so that might be too much.. idk

    • Frank White says:
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      oh duh… the trade would be for reggie bush

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Frank White: FRANK WHITE DA BOSS! i mean depends on who you can get for daryl and brown? any offers out there? maybe try and trade MJD/ your team is real solid though frankie

      • Frank White says:
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        for reggie bush… the daryl n v brown

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          Or MJD for Bush?

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            @Frank White: yea id trade brown and richardson for bush no question

  20. Frank White says:
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    I dropped pitt defense for dallas this week cause they were proj 16 but went down to 9. should I grab Carolina, proj 12 against Buf???

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Frank White: sure why not. decent matchup against rookie qb though their db’s are weak. who else is available

      • Frank White says:
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        Atlanta, Miami, & San Diego

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          @Frank White: yea carolina is good mayne

  21. Mike says:
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    Need to start 1 at flex.. who do you like? .5 PPR League.
    David Wilson vs DEN, Steve Smith@BUF, Bowe vs DAL or Lamar Miller @ IND ? thanks

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Mike: very tough call here. I actually like Smith a great deal

  22. Jose Zamudio Graff says:
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    Hi Tehol! Love the site. I am in a ppr league, I need to choose a RB2 and flex between Anquan Boldin, Lamar Miller, Daryl Richardson and Ahmad Bradshaw. 14 team league.

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Jose Zamudio Graff: thank you Jose. Boldin and Daryl richardson easy call for me bud. thanks for checking in

  23. Zandy says:
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    Trade my sproles and kenbrell for anquan boldin and givens? Non ppr

    Here’s the catch
    I need to start 2 rbs and I’d have only Lamar miller, Kendall hunter, bolden and Woodhead

    So I’d only be doing to trade to then parlay my exceptional wrs for a better rb than sproles

    Calvin Johnson, Steve smiff, Stevie Johnson, ty Hilton, marlon

    • Chicken Dinner says:
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      @Zandy: Hold.

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      @Zandy: no you def need to keep sproles since u literally have no other running back to start unless you have 3 team trade worked out before hand. ur wideouts are already solid

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        @Tehol Beddict: Trade my Lamar miller for Chris ivory and montee ball? Non ppr then do the spoles deal?

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          @Zandy: you could do that but lamar miller has higher upside than ivory or ball, though I like Ivory a great deal. not sure why hes not getting fed the rock. i would prob just hold for now honestly

  24. Chicken Dinner says:
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    Randle or Marlon Brown ROS?

    • Zandy says:
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      @Chicken Dinner: I like randle more. I own marlon but don’t think he can keep it all up. This week will be interesting to see

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      @Chicken Dinner: Randle no question playa

  25. The 12th Man says:
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    Do you see any sense in starting Lance Moore@TB over Frank Gore@SEA in a PPR league this week?

    My thinking is that Revis island will be in full effect blanketing Colston all day, therefore leaving Moore wide ass open.

    Your thoughts?

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @The 12th Man: its not a bad idea but seattles run defense is not that good. Moore def has upside of a big game though. Ur call but if it was me I’d go Gore

  26. Achie says:
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    Which RB do I start in my RB2 slot in standard H2H league? L. Miller vs Indy Bradshaw vs Miami or G. Bernard vs PIT ?

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Achie: well first off not Bernard so he’s out the way. tough call but Id go bradshaw

  27. Nation says:
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    .5 PPR:

    offered lance moore for my bilal powell in a league where you start 2 RB, 3 WR’s and a flex spot (W/R/T)

    WR’s: VJax, Smith, James Jones, Edelman
    RB’s: Sproles, Bush, Powell, Reece (yeah, not very deep)

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Nation: yea may want to hold there since u solid at wideout. need powell for now. moore isnt enough

  28. Sheriff McRawDawg says:
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    Hey Tehol, who would you roll w/ at flex this wk (PPR):
    - Pierre Thomas
    - Kenny Britt
    - Donald Brown
    - Jerome Simpson

    Thanks

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Sheriff McRawDawg: raw dog!!! sorry for late response. was watching the fight. this seems weird but im going Britt

  29. Frank White says:
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    Wutup Man… Who would you start today in PPR league, Julius Thomas or Vernon Davis??

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Frank White: my boy VERN playboy

  30. Frank White says:
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    Do you think I should pick up D Scott, RB for NYG just to see if he has a great day?? If so then should I drop Kenny Britt or Bradford??

    • Tehol Beddict says:
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      @Frank White: you could drop bradford for him. no one gonna pick him up, but i doubt scott does much

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