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Let me be the first one to tell you that as much as I try and keep up, I’m not usually a trendy person.  If you took a look at my CD collection, you wouldn’t notice many new artists.  In fact, me saying I have a CD collection already proves just how untrendy I am.  Get with the digital world, Sky!  Well, there are certain trends I do pay attention to and it’s how players are doing in the fantasy world and an alarming one has happened over the last 4 weeks for Peyton Manning owners.  Sure, on the season he’s still the 7th best QB to own according to yahoo and he no doubt is a huge reason you’re still reading about fantasy football because his numbers have been so great for such a cheap draft price.  But over the last few weeks, Peyton is getting outpaced by Sam Bradford and I had to rethink how we should view him in a week that could have Denver up big early.  With Trent Richardson trending downward as the season wears on – only 28 yards last week – and Brandon Weeden throwing into a tough Bronco secondary, real football might trump your fantasy football world and turn Manning into what he has been the last two weeks: a hand the ball off quarterback.  Am I saying you should sit him?  Nah, he’s still my 12th best guy on the board.  I’m simply saying I’m not expecting the world outta him and I don’t know if you should either.  In other ideas that are against the grain, Steve Smith has been on a roll with Cam Newton and I like that trend to continue to the tune of WR1 status for the week while I think Dez Bryant and his finger don’t warrant WR1 status despite the sweet Saints matchup.  Oh and fumbles make Belichick mad so I couldn’t put Stevan Ridley anywhere near RB1/RB2 circle of trust this week.  If you wanna be mad at me for it go ahead, but I suggest you do something more constructive like send Stevan some Elmer’s for his hands.  And with that, let’s get to the rankings for what is – for many – championship week…psyche!  I wanted to let you know since there’s no Thursday Night Football tonight, I won’t be the first post you see Friday morning.  Instead it will be our on-staff doctor as Andrew Nordmeier provides some insight to the bumps and bruises heading into the weekend.  If ya need me, I’ll still field questions on this post so fear not!  Just come on by and I’ll be here to answer.  And with that let’s really get on with this weekly rankings for 2012 fantasy football…

 

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  1. Flipper Anderson says:
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    I have the choice between Eli and Schaub this week. Like the rankings, I am leaning Schaub. His baseline seems more consistent. I only hesitate because Eli loves to come up huge when I don’t start him, and Schaub rarely sees that big game…just consistency.
    Are you sticking to the rankings or should I doubt myself thru Sunday?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Eli surely has more upside but I don’t trust him against the Ravens secondary. It truly is a floor vs ceiling argument. If I need upside over consistency, Eli is the choice

  2. Matt Mc says:
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    Have a couple tough decisions in my PPR title game….I have to pick one of the following as my WR3: Crabtree, Antonio Brown, Danario Alexander, or Britt? All of these besides Britt face tough pass defenses based on the numbers. QB Peyton or Ryan is also a tough call? Can’t see how their games are going to go.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I’d go DX there.

      It’s always hard to say how a game will go but I think Ryan has one more big game in him. I’d roll with Matt

  3. OC Amish Mafia says:
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    Sky, I rolled out Hawkins over Avant and Gibson at your recommendation and got a 9 yard run. Now my dilema in the Championship is this…. Avant, Gibson, or BRANDING FREAKING LLOYD!?!?

    Also, Knowshon or Alfred has to be closer than 6 and 10!?!?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @OC Amish Mafia: Man, I watched that game. It was like watching Cutler out there. Seemed Dalton forgot he had more than 1 receiver to throw to and they never responded well to the pressure Philly brought. Dalton and company really should’ve had a better game overall, it was disappointing.

      Lloyd seems to be stepping up, he’d be my call from that list.

      Not sure what the 6/10 means. I have Morris 3rd and Knowshon 8th. Both great plays but I think even with RG3 back, Morris gets another huge workout again. Like him the most between the two for that reason.

      • OC Amish Mafia says:
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        @Sky: my mistake… 4 and 10… in PPR… Morris has to have the better matchup… the Eagles were gashed by the lawfirm.

        • Murph says:
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          @OC Amish Mafia:

          Morris has been outstanding especially in standard scoring but the Eagles Defense has been playing better as of late. I wouldn’t include the “gashing” of BGE, that game was played on a short week. Morris also looses a lot of value in PPR as he has only caught 8 passes in 14 games as opposed to Moreno’s 16 in 4 games. Moreno gets the edge in PPR over Morris against a Brown’s team that is tough against the pass but vulnerable against the run. In my opinion the rankings are spot on for these two.

  4. Jack Full of Hate says:
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    what is with the high ranking of alexander, please explain

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      He’s played through a tough secondary before and came out fine. Plus the Chargers just lost Malcom for the year. DX should see plenty of targets. Volume play.

      • Jack Full of Hate says:
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        @Sky: damn, I dropped him but should be able to nab him back since everyone in my league has hit the snooze button in the FA pool the last two weeks.

        Its funny that I made the championship game because I sat Jared Allen and got a monster game from Greg hardy at the DL spot. God, I love IDP, have you ever played it?

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          @Jack Full of Hate:

          I haven’t yet but plan to try it some day. Definitely no expert on that area. Correct me if I’m wrong but would a typical strategy be to play say an LB for a bad team that’ll get run on a lot at the end of the game to get a lot of tackles and the opposite for CBs for good teams because the other team becomes more one-dimensional and will force more throws/oppurtunities up?

          • Jack Full of Hate says:
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            @Sky: true on the LB, and most other defensive players, you want good players on bad offensive teams because they get more snaps. Now with corners its tough because the “shut downs” don’t get alot of tackles, but do get pass deflections. There are usually only a handful of decent corners every year, usually your safties are your bread and butter types for tackles.

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              @OC Amish Mafia: Yeah, I can understand your issue but as Murph said, the passing game part could be huge. @Jack Full of Hate:

              Ah interesting. Yeah, I’ll have to try one for S’s and G’s this year but won’t tell anyone because I’ll probably suck. Can’t promote suck when you’re supposed to be an expert.

              • Sky

                Sky says:
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                @Sky: Ok, that was officially just weird…

              • Jack Full of Hate says:
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                @Sky: you can play in mine next year and it will be our little secret…now its weird

                • Sky

                  Sky says:
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                  @Jack Full of Hate: ha, I might have to take you up on that! Just to seal the circle of weirdness so that no one else gets sucked into it.

                  • Jack Full of Hate says:
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                    @Sky: usually in our circle there isn’t a lot of sucking more pulling and grunting sounds

  5. Johnny Hammersticks says:
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    I just saw the rankings, thanks. Good stuff. Still debating at RB2:

    Sjax, Leshoure, Wilson (if bradshaw sits, but it’s late game) and ballard.

    Any thoughts / strategies? I am also starting Luck, so not sure I want to double down on Colts….?

    What say you?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I have Ballard ranked the highest. I’m not the kind of guy who says ‘sit someone because I’m starting someone from the same team’ unless it’s a very tough defense and even then, I’d question sitting the better play because of that. Plus, last week proved to the coaches that Ballard is reliable…or at least more reliable than whoever the schlub was that fumbled at the goal line. I see the Colts gaining advantage and holding the lead for most of the game, effectively giving Ballard a shot at over 20 touches and those key 4th quarter carries.

  6. Andrew Footbawhl says:
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    This one is for all the m(oney)arbles Sky, it has been an entertaining season. In a standard league, I’m debating my WR2 and FLEX:

    Pick 2 out of these: Decker, Amendola, James Jones, David Wilson, Turner

    I always say when in doubt flex the RB, but Amendola’s matchup is too good and Decker always has the potential to produce a solid game.

    Also, Jets D over Packers D right?

    Happy Holidays and thanks for all the help this year

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I like moneyarbles!

      Amendola at WR2 and…god I hate Michael Turner but Atlanta should look to close out the season strong in week 16. He’s definitely a wildcard but so is Decker and he now has 4 straight weeks with a TD.

      I know Locker is a turnover machine but so is Rivers. It’s about gameflow and even though I trust the Packers could win handily, I would’ve said the same thing about Detroit last week and…well…I think Jets have the highest floor but GB is the upside play. I’d prefer the Jets in that circumstance for that reason.

      Hey, I’m glad we could be of help even if it was only in the form of entertainment! Haha, you have yourself a great holiday season as well.

  7. Giacomo says:
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    Sky – Based on the rankings, it seems like you would prefer Reggie Bush over either David Wilson or Eric Decker in a PPR league, correct? Thanks for the help.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Yeah, Bush has played well over the last few weeks and has a good matchup for himself. He’s the play there for me.

  8. Rodger says:
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    In a PPR league, who would you start at flex:

    Antonio Brown
    Jason Witten
    James Jones

    Jones always has the chance to hit pay dirt, but Witten has that sweet sweet PPR value with the sheer volume of catches he makes, and so does Brown to some extent. Thoughts?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Rodger: I’d take Witten there, personally. Gotta love owning a guy with 12 TDs on the season and you can never trust to start him…

  9. Nate says:
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    Need help with my RBs. PPR league, pick two: Steven Jackson, Darren McFadden, LeSean McCoy. Normally I’d start all three, but I’m not benching Knowshon Moreno right now, and I’m unsure if I should start Jackson who’s been pretty consistent lately or McCoy who’s better, but coming off an injury.

    • Sky

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      @Nate: I’d go DMC & S-Jax there but he’s pretty close to McCoy in my rankings. If you’re not gambling on any other positions, I’d take a gamble on McCoy over S-Jax though.

  10. Salty Balty says:
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    Who do I start at flex this week: Bradshaw (assuming he plays); M. Owen, JAX; M. Ingram; or Steve Smith.

    I normally always start running backs over receivers, but Smith faces OAK . . .

    • Sky

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      @Salty Balty: I’m with you 100% as it’s against the grain for me too but Smith looks like he’s hitting his stride at the right time. The other guys are low end RB2 or flex plays, Smith should be a WR1 this week.

  11. Cheeeeeeze says:
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    I have Lynch, Moreno, and McFadden and need to choose 2 to start in a standard H2H league. I feel like McFadden and Moreno have the same upside as Lynch, w/o the scare of facing the SF defense. Do I bench Lynch in the championship and play the matchups??

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Cheeeeeeze: I don’t know if I trust DMC as much as I do the other two but I agree in terms of upside given the matchups that DMC & Moreno offer the better package. I’d probably still be starting Lynch/Moreno there but they’re all on the opposite side of top 5 RB1s for the week so I could see doing well with any of those three.

      • Cheeeeeeze says:
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        @Sky: Thank you! It’s going to be hard watching Lynch this week, but I think I’ve gotta bench him only because I have good second options to roll out there.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Yeah, rare to have that many RB1s to choose from. One of those fun problems to have :)

          • Cheeeeeeeeze says:
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            @Sky: @Sky: One more question…. do I go Finley or Daniels at TE this week?

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              I just don’t trust Finley. Daniels for me

  12. Mili says:
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    Need to start 3 out of the 4 looking for the most upside.

    Rice, Murray, Moreno, Lynch

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Mili: All great starts…if I had to pick three, I’d leave Rice out as crazy as that sounds. Wish the Ravens knew what to do with him…and by that I mean ‘knew they should just give him the freaking ball’.

      • JT says:
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        @Sky:
        I have the same moreno or rice dilemma and my gut also says moreno over rice. i love you for confirming that feeling!

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Well I’ll just say I’m flattered but I’m married. Oh and you’re welcome :)

          • JT says:
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            @Sky:
            nvm, i hate your guts now.

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              The thin line between love and hate

  13. Murph says:
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    How crazy is it that Morris only has 8 catches this year? The guy looks like a solid pass catching back too. Maybe it’s due to Shanahan’s overuse of the read option? Morris could have been looking at historical fantasy numbers for a rookie if he just would have had 4-6 targets a game.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Murph: That is pretty nutty but I think you’re right about the use of the read being the culprit. Looks like their leading pass-catching back this year has been Royster with 15. I snuck Royster into the top 50 RBs last week because of no RG3 but I kept him in this week thinking they might put him to use for just such passing downs. It’ll be interesting how they use Helu/Royster next year if the passing game expands to include the backs.

      Oh and having only 8 catches on the year makes his rookie year even that much more historic consideirng where it ranks for rookie RBs. I think he’s 16th all time right now for rookie rushing years? Interesting because no one – including myself – trusted he’d even keep the job all year, let alone perform at this level.

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        @Sky:

        You can include me in the no trust due to being burnt so many times by shannahan when was the last sustainable running back for the redskins? Portis in 2008… I drafted so well at WR/RB that I didn’t even make a WW claim until week 8 so I missed out on Morris in all leagues. Just think how many teams picked up Ogletree over Morris on waivers after week 1. Disapointment would be an understatement…It will be interesting to see how the offenses matures next year I really doubt they can continue to have sucess with the read option next year and they have to be concerned with RG3s health moving forward. Definately not the Redskins of past years they are now fantasy relevant

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Yeah, I think injuries played a part in the trust factor. Not to take anything away from Morris but I wonder how the ‘skins treat their RBs if Royster/Helu stay healthy all year. Next year I’m still going to have a hard time jumping on the band wagon. Don’t know if we can expect this type of volume if that backfield is healthy all year.

          Next year RE: the option, it’s really hard to say. The option has been run poorly at the professional level moreso because of the players involved, IMHO, than the actual style itself. Look in college where the read option works, it’s typically with raw athletes at QB who rarely make it to the pros staying a QB. RG3 is that rare hybrid. I think it’s here to stay with that offense, at least at the start of RG3’s career. He just needs to learn how to slide rather than treating himself like another RB. Hopefully he learns

  14. CT says:
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    Can’t decide between Eli and Bradford this week in a standard league. I’m starting Amendola, which makes Bradford simultaneously intriguing and terrifying. Eli is Eli and facing the Ravens, so he could put up < 6 points again. I'm also going up against a team with both AP and Alfred Morris, which leans in favor of Bradford's upside and matchup.

    How would you resolve this dilemma?

    • Sky

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      @CT: I’d be starting Bradford there without hesitation. As much as the names make you wanna run to Eli, the fact is their overall ranking among QBs on the year – Bradford is 17th while Eli is 18th – says they’re about even. I’ll take the guy with the better matchup.

  15. Lambeau Leap says:
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    Need some advice (please!):

    SEA or SD defense this week? Seattle is so good, but they play the equally good (probably better) Niners, while San Diego gets the awful Jets. I know your rankings say SD, but I feel like I’m going against the grain with that one…

    Also, some TE/FLEX help (PPR league): B. Myers, O. Daniels, G. Olsen, or D. Pitta (I went a little crazy on the waiver wire TE options and now I can’t decide who to start). As for FLEX, do I start a 2nd TE over DeAngelo Williams (who has been pretty good and plays the Raiders)? Or, I could also start a TE over L. Moore…

    Sorry so complicated!

    Thanks so much!!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Lambeau Leap:

      Hey Lambeau, no prob on the advice.

      Actually, I did these rankings prior to knowing McElroy would be the starter. Not that I think he’s going to drop 300 and 3 TDs on them but I now have them further down the road. SEA DEF at home should be great to play even against a tough team and I’ve re-ranked it as such.

      They’re all good options as I don’t have much separation in rankings between the 4. I have Olsen ranked the highest, I’d roll with him.

      Flex question: just to clarify, are you asking to play either DeAngelo/Lance Moore/or another TE? If I’m reading that correctly, I like DeAngelo for upside and Moore for stability. I’d personally lean DeAngelo but there’s obviously risk in trusting Carolina to utilize him.

      Not complicated at all as long as I read it correctly. Go for gold!

      • Lambeau Leap says:
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        @Sky: Thanks so much! I am leaning toward Olsen in my TE spot too.

        We actually have 2 FLEX spots in my league. Currently I have Moore and Williams in there, but would it make sense to play one of the other TE’s over one (or both) of them? I’m leaning toward keeping Williams for the upside. Moore…I’m not sure about. He’s been my WR3 all year, but he has weeks where he just disappears. Any of those other TE’s “surer” bets than him? That’s really the question!

        Thanks again!!

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Any TE not named Gonzo this year hasn’t been a sure bet. I could see going Pitta next just knowing his use in that offense should still be high.

  16. Iceman says:
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    In the finals, non-ppr league, and freaking out over some choices.

    For 1 spot: Danario Alexander vs. JETS, Beanie Wells vs. BEARS, or Jackie Battle vs. JETS? Hate all of these matchups.

    And do I really want to start Kaepernick vs. SEA than Freeman vs. STL??

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      STL is a decent defense. Kaepernick can still provide value even though he’s not going to give you a 4 TD passing game again. I’d still start Kaepernick if Freeman is the other option.

      That is a tough choice at flex…I think DX warrants the most trust of the three, I’d roll with him.

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        @Sky: Thanks.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          No prob and good luck!

  17. Jack Full of Hate says:
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    Update from my wed. question, please pick 2 out of these Moore vs. Dallas, Blackmon vs. the chowds or alexanders vs the jets

    I have a spot just for you in my awesome IDP league, and then we can use your criticism of how we do our offensive stats, we do PPR too

    • Sky

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      Blackmon/Moore have the highest floor but personally I’d go DX/Blackmon. Probably against the grain with most analysts on that one.

      Hehe, nice. We’ll have to reconvene on the topic when Fall approaches. I love strange scoring leagues, personally. I think in the age of RBBC, giving a small amount of points per carry is warranted.

      • Jack Full of Hate says:
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        @Sky: we also do points per completion, they are fractional, but i feel it mimmicks real world value more.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Yeah, I like/use those too. I think mine is .1/-.1 for complete and incomplete. I see them like a passing bonus for being accurate and a slap in the face for Tebow owners…wait, there are none of those.

  18. mcgirt says:
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    What up Sky! I’m starting to drift off to nonsense-land… I saw a NY Daily News at work and scanned for fantasy advice (in the bettor column, no less!)

    Garcon is still on my bench (PPR): Cobb, Colston, Shorts… Any thoughts?

    I dropped SF def a few weeks ago… Grabbed IND but don’t trust them. FA def are: SF, CIN, MIN, and ARZ
    I don’t remember reading about the MIN ranking… why so high?

    (and screw that dude that complained that Gray doesn’t write here. Hey, I want Louis CK to write about FF, but so what. You guys are great! and Gray is great with baseball.)

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Haha, sounds like they need Razzball contributors.

      RE: Garcon…Oooph, that’s tough. I’d sit either Colston or Shorts to get him in. Personally would sit Colston

      How did no one pick up the SF def? I’m not on the Indy bandwagon for their defense this week. I’d start SF if I can have them. MIN has actually been a top 10 def over the last few weeks. I’m not really hip to Houston offensively…they’re just a’ight. I’d still want SF though.

      Thanks for the words of encouragement! Louis CK would be a great fantasy writer. We’ll have to hit him up!

  19. Pete says:
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    I’ve got Knowshon sitting on my bench because DeMarco is my RB starter. Do you think Moreno is worth starting at flex over Mike Wallace? I’m leaning away from it, but this extended time between games is making me second-guess myself. I can’t wait for the daily grind of fantasy baseball season.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I’d be starting Knowshon over Wallace for sure.

      January’s right around the corner for your fantasy baseball season to start off right with Grey!

  20. chris says:
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    flex in ppr league. need to start 1. l. mccoy, a. morris, b. lloyd, m. wallace , k. britt ?? also e. manning or a. luck?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Morris for your flex even in a PPR league…hard to start McCoy after his absence. I’d go Luck there.

  21. Hotrod says:
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    Appreciate the insight all year. I am in the championship in 2 of 4 leagues I play in. Couple questions for ya.

    1)
    PPR – Need to fill RB, RB, RB/WR & WR, who is the odd man out?

    Forte, Richardson, Steven Jackson, Wallace & Dez….real tough call

    2)
    PPR – Montell Owens or Curtis Brinkley?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Hey no problem and glad to see you made some finals.

      1) Odd man out for me has to be Dez with that finger. He’s a trooper but I don’t see him putting up the huge numbers he has. Last week’s line of 4 for 59 was saved by a TD. Don’t know if he gets that again even against a weak Saints secondary.

      2) I trust Owens’ role more than I do Brinkley’s at this time so Montell for me.

  22. CT says:
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    Another question! Any insight on how to decide between Leshoure and Sproles for a RB2 slot in a non-PPR league? I plan on starting Danario in the flex, so if I benched him then I could start both Leshoure and Sproles if you so advise. Thanks again.

    • Sky

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      I’d go with your 2 RBs there.

  23. p says:
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    Non ppr league, who should I slot into my flex from the following:

    DeAngelo Williams, DX, Mike Wallace, Crabtree?

    Thanks Sky

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I’d lean towards DeAngelo in a non-PPR

  24. the hungarian hippo says:
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    1 wr 1 flex. I have amendola, blackmon (currently starting) and antonio brown, montell owens, jackie battle (currently benched). I’m starting Rowdy (although I’m nervous about it based on last week).

    Also Def… I’m currently starting Den (vs Cle), but also have GB (vs Ten), and SD (@ NYJ).

    Thoughts? THanks.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I’d stick with what you’ve got. Good luck!

  25. Frank Lynch says:
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    Hey whats up sky!!! This is Frank from last week. Hey i got a problem. Its super bowl and i got gronkowski out and Dallas Clark in. Shoud I keep him in or go with someone like Watson or Dwayne Allen?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Oomph, sorry to hear on Gronk. They low end TE plays all around but when it’s like that I go with the best matchup. I’d be givinge Watson a go there

  26. Frank Lynch says:
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    Thanks, Whats su cks is when I read your blog you said stay away from Ridley and I have to use him cause I got Rice and Matthews, Bryce brown n ridley… Ridley is the only option cause McCoy is back… Thats alright, I had Matt Ryan And he had Gonzalez so a 37 -1 lead is a good start.. lol

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I understand…frustrating but at least I say he’s flex worthy. Not outside the realm of startable

  27. Frank Lynch says:
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    even though watson is against Denver. i know they say denver is bad against tight ends but you really think its a good idea? I guess they’ll be passing alot right?

    • Sky

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      Yeah plus it really comes down to your other options being less than optimal. It’s a boom or bust call but when talking TE, you might only get 3 points from the other guys…not game changing enough to not go for upside in my mind

  28. Frank Lynch says:
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    Hey buddy I have another dillema… I have vincent Jacson in and he’s been doin great but i have Amendola on my bench and tampa gave the most fantasy points to WR’s this year.. On the super bowl, do you think I should make a crazy switch like that or keep Jackson?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      What are your other options for swapping in Danny? I like your thinking and would probably sit V-Jax for Amendola this week but I’d like to know if there’s another way

  29. Scott says:
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    .5 ppr league, need to decide on my flex:
    McCoy, V-Jax, or Garcon

    And TE – Rudolph or Olsen

    Thanks Sky

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I really want to say McCoy but I’ll go Garçon there

  30. Frank Lynch says:
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    I have Decker also at flex

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      @Frank Lynch: I’d be playing V-Jax over Decker, personally, but all this to say you have a good set of WRs to worry about.

  31. Frank Lynch says:
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    And aj green but thats not even an option thats why i didnt bring him up…. sorry

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      NP, he’s an auto-start.

  32. Frank Lynch says:
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    I’m sorry I know your busy with questions but what should i do???? LOL.. V jackson, decker and amendola… Which two???

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Dola and V-Jax

  33. Jack Full of Hate says:
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    I.m starting to freak out with the Morris over bush advice. Bush has 19.5 at halftime!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Ugh I know. At least Morris just scored you one. Hopefully the gameflow puts Morris in a good spot

      • Jack Full of Hate says:
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        @Sky: bush is at 30 now and morris at 15…Im starting to look for a razor blade

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          I need to shave too but don’t do it, winter time is the worst time to get rid of a beard. But in all seriousness, those 3 TDs are so hard to plan for. Morris was the safer call

          • Jack Full of Hate says:
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            @Sky: right now I am up by 50 points and done, he has crabtree and Aldon Smith going tonight…you better pray beer boy!

            • Sky

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              I’m down on my knees already…once I’m done down there I’ll pray

              • Jack Full of Hate says:
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                @Sky: thank you sir may I have another…thank you sir may I have another

                Good call on blackmon and Alexander, but i played Amendola, and wow what a dud, I held him all year for this week knowing he was going against the Bucs and they suck against the pass.

                I guess if i win i will have to find out how to ship Beer, I keep my promises

                • Sky

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                  Yeah the results of that Buccs matchup were just…weird. Pettis and Kendricks score and we get a lame end line from Bradford to boot. Same goes for S-Jax.

                  Yeah I don’t know about that, I’ve never looked into beer shipment. There should be like a FedEx type company that just does that, IMHO

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