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I get it.  I’ve seen ‘My Strange Addiction’ on Netflix.  You’re like Lauren who can’t leave her furry life at home.  Nope, everywhere you go, you gotta be wearing your fursona.  It’s cool, it’s your thing, just don’t act like it’s not a bit weird, m’kay?  We have 4 QBs to choose from here.  That’s four for those whose computers can’t read digits for some reason.  They say variety is the spice of life and we have as many QBs to rank as we have Spice Girls in the world.  Ponder that, ponderer.  I’m not gonna pretend like there’s huge discrepancies this week other than Golden Tate.  If Seattle is gonna win, a wideout needs to step up and I’m saying it’ll be Tate.  That’s my story there.  Outside of that…eh, how ’bout them Cowboys?  I don’t know what to say here, I’m at a loss.  Four flipping games, people!  If New England wins, Brady has a huge day.  If Denver wins, the Bronco backs have huge days.  Up in Seattle, it’ll most likely be a slugfest and offensively pretty blahtastic while we’re at it.  It will be interesting to see Kaepernick in a playoff game in Seattle.  Most other times he’s looked about as rattled as you’re ever going to see him but he’s proving to be quite the playoff quarterback in his short stint so far.  This will definitely be a defining game for him one way or another.  As much of a Seattle fan as I am, I can’t help but notice Wilson has underperformed quite a bit the last four to six weeks while the defense has basically carried them.  That can’t happen this week if the ‘hawks want to move on because if that doesn’t change, I think San Fran makes the Super Bowl.  At this point, I wouldn’t be surprised by a Broncos and 49ers Super Bowl based on current performance.  Just don’t think the passing game is the same without Gronkowski for New England and really don’t think Seattle’s offense can right the ship that’s been going so wrong of late.  And now that I’ve talked about nothing that has to do with rankings for about 90% of this, let’s move on.  Here are the Divisional Championship rankings for the 2013 Fantasy Football season…


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  1. What’s the thinking behind moving NE from 4 ECR up to 1? A lot of faith in the diabolical genius, Belilcheat.

    I trust Manning to be ready to switch signals. He’s been around long enough to know who likes to cheat and who doesn’t.

    • Sky

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      Ha, of all teams I think gets a pick six or a fumble recovery for a TD and a few sacks, it’s NE. Seattle and SF are good at keeping the scoring fairly low but haven’t had too many huge fantasy scoring weeks as defenses of late. Even as dominant a performance last week was, the ‘hawks didn’t muster much in the fantasy column.

  2. Funny you should mention. I woke up at 2:30 last night, and on the TV was Peyton throwing a pick-six for the Colts in a playoff game against NE.

    • Sky

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      It’s destiny, I tell ya!

  3. Drew says:
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    Sky,

    I know it’s insanely early, they don’t have NFL teams, and I won’t hold you to it… but assuming they are day 1 NFL starters what do you think is a realistic fantasy expectation (and upside) for Manziel, Bridgewater, and Bortles? Think we’re looking at Cam/RGIII/Luck rookie status or Geno status?

    Trying to gauge the value of our #1 rookie pick in a 2-qb league…

    • Sky

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      It’s not about how early, it’s about they’re not even drafted. Geno Smith could’ve been a different QB on a different team. Tannehill has shown to be a good QB stuck on a bad team/system. It really matters where they play, not 100% what type of player they are. Bridgewater I like the most followed by Bortles. Manziel is a selective situation. Does a lot of stuff outside the pocket, sometimes necessary, sometimes not. Get him behind a good o-line and I don’t know if he’ll learn how to use it. Stick him behind a bad one and you might see a great fantasy year because of his legs.

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        @Sky: Makes sense to me… Along those lines (again understanding we need to get through free agency and other offseason changes) what teams do you think are most attractive for getting the most fantasy value out of these QBs? May I dare ask you to rank them?? Texans, Browns, Vikings, Jags… I know there are others but these 4 seem most likely to churn out a day-1 starter.

        • Sky

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          Texans, Vikings, Browns, Jags. Like the tools in Texas still. Think a QB who can do more than one read and throw could be successful with guys like Daniels/Nuk around. Will depend on AJ returning or no and if not, having a young WR step up. Vikings, I like Turner’s arrival. Browns have their heads up their ass. Jags look like they’re becoming a strong defensive team but I don’t know if the offense won’t play conservatively to counterbalance that. May not be a huge offensive gain there for a QB.

  4. Tehol Beddict says:
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    sky, your not really still playing are you? I think it’s time I dropped some game on our playboy mansion trip. should I post it here on the baseball page? I should I ask the Don himself, Mr. Albright

    • Sky

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      Nah I’m doing some free for fun Dailies but not actual fantasy football.

      I’m not sure. What do you mean by that? Pics and vids or something else?

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