When the off-season began for the Eagles, it was clear that times would be changing.  How much things would change was merely the question.  Would they overhaul the roster?  Would they resign Vick?  Would their defensive ineptitude come close to improving?  Well, to answer those questions, no, yes, and no.  When I originally saw the signing of Chip Kelly, I was surprised by how many people assumed that Vick would be the starter in Philly.  Too many people assume that Chip’s offense is solely built for a running quarterback when the truth was nowhere near that.  Chip’s offense relies on his QB to be quick.  Quick on his reads, that is.  So when people heard that there was actually a camp battle for starting QB, many assumed it was just the media hyping things to make drama.  Normally, I’d side with the hype-train side of the argument but there was definitely a case for Nick Foles to become the starter in Philly.  For all intents and purposes, I saw Foles as the future for the Eagles barring any major trades or draft picks heading into 2014 so to see him step up against a strong defense in the Bucs and dismantle them – going 22/31 for 296 and 3 passing touchdowns to go with one on the ground – you could say I wasn’t overly surprised.  Ok, I was surprised he scored THAT much but still the fact remains that Foles is quality QB and Chip knows how to handle one of those.  It’s gonna be hard to tell how this whole scenario plays out given that Vick was named the starter heading into the year but has been very erratic in terms of how he’s run the offense so far.  Don’t be surprised if Vick’s hamstring ‘isn’t quite ready’ next week so the Eagles can see what they have in this young Philly.  In other news from week 6 of the 2013 Fantasy Football season…

Josh GordonEven with the Fantasy Weedenwhacker at QB, Gordon managed a solid end line, especially in PPR leagues (7/126).  Meanwhile, J. Cameron’s day (5/64) was underwhelming but this was my sole concern with Brandon taking back over: the studs in this Browns passing game start playing Highlander.  There can be only one.

Joseph Fauria – Megatron was gimpy all day, leaving Stafford with trying to find who to throw to in the red zone.  He found him.  After 3/34/3, it looks like Joseph’s got something Fauria, deep leaguers.

Cam NewtonCam’s been pretty maligned by the fantasy community all year.  I don’t know why, he’s doing what he’s done to you in the past and yet you keep drafting him.  He’s an up and down player and after a 242/3 to go with 30/1 on the ground, he’s clearly on the up side of down with his owners.  I still like him moving forward but I have a hard time believing he’s ever going to be the reliable guy that you all thought you drafted…and you still owe me an explanation why for.

Jamaal CharlesThe Chiefs keep winning and Charles keeps seeing plenty of touches.  Coincidence?  I think not.  Only time you should be concerned about Jamaal’s numbers is when the Chiefs are playing from behind late.  Until then, enjoy your weekly 100+ total yards and TD a week.  Sometimes he’ll even splurge and go for 2 touchdowns like he did this week.  Hope you’re breaking bread with JC Superstar this year.

Kansas City Chiefs Defense – Hoo…that’s all I can say.  Hope you picked them up by week 2 or 3 like I did in most leagues this year.  But don’t worry, I started the Browns in a few this week so I’m not completely awesome #humblebrag

Matt SchaubLeft the game with an injury to which his home crowd CHEERED.  That’s uncalled for, Houston.  His backup TJ Yates came into the game and threw a pick-6 in the red zone.  That’s karma, Houston.  They say everything’s bigger in Texas.  Given how huge of a mess this team is, I can’t argue.

Timothy WrightNow I get it on two levels.  Wright probably doesn’t put up these numbers – 7/91 – if 1) Mike Williams is playing and 2) the Bucs aren’t facing one of the worst defenses.  But to all of this I say ‘I’m starting Sean McGrath in some leagues.  Leave me alone, I need hope’.  Kinda, sorta interested in deep-ish/desperate-ish leagues.

Vincent JacksonWell, it was a battle of ineptitude in TB today.  The tug-o-war of whether a bad offense could take advantage of an inept defense.  Ask VJax owners how it went – 9/114/2 – and they’ll say it went just fine.  I even streamed Glennon in one of those daily draft thingies for fun.  Yup, Eagles defense stinks.

DeSean JacksonJust trying to get all the Jacksons out of the way for the day.  DeSean went for 6/64/2 while Cooper went up and caught a few for 4/120/1.  If Foles stays around, I think DJax’s numbers stabilize.

Randall CobbNever want to see one of your top receivers on the sidelines with crutches.  James Jones also got banged up in this game.  Right now, word is that neither injury is serious but I can count the bumps on my third nipple the amount of times I played pickup basketball the next week after walking around on crutches.  Hint: I don’t have a third nipple.  I’m guessing at least Cobb misses time, making Boykin a possible intriguing pickup.

Arian FosterHow do you gain 197 total yards (4/57 through the air) and not score?  Houston, we really do have a problem.

Giovani BernardWe’ve been talking about GOB most of the year.  After telling you to BUY after week 1 and then having J-FOH Off-Rhyme Rap at you about him, we hope you got in.  After 100 total yards to go with 6 receptions and a touchdown I think it’s safe to say it’s not a magic trick, people!

Eddie LacyHe beasted today.  I’m just stepping forward and noting that after saying I didn’t think he’d hold the starting job after a return from injury but after 120 yards on the ground against a tough Ravens rushing defense, I can’t deny I feel like wearing something a little Lacy now…but mainly because I lost a bet.  Where’s my lipstick?  This shade’s not my color!

Zac Stacy – It was a good day with 90 total yards.  I’m sure his owners are a tad disappointed given the scoreboard but it’s good to see your investment produce.

AJ GreenA lot of people have been trying to sell AJ this year.  I can understand a little bit, I guess, it hasn’t been the smoothest of years for Green.  But after 6/103/1, I hope the ‘I just got offered a Greg Jennings and a sculpture of a naked Terry Bradshaw made out of butter for AJ…should I take it?’ comments come to an end.

Chris Ogbonnaya – Leave it to Weeden to make the Ogre look like a star.  Seven receptions, a touchdown and 85 total yards later and he’s a top 20 RB on the day.  Hey Houston, you want Weeden?  Clearly you’re unimpressed with what you’ve got already…

Reggie BushHe’s pushing to be a top 5 back on the year if he stays healthy.  After 17/78 on the ground and 5/57/1 through the air, he’s giving it his best to make it.  We call that kind of effort the Bush push around here.

Knowshon Moreno – When some schmo starts to cry, cuz Montee Ball was his guy…that’sa Moreno!  Given the conversation was sparked by me having SJax as a stud this year, I don’t see this as me picking on anyone here.  Moreso, I’m just pointing out that we don’t know what the hell we’re talking about.  Wait, who said that?!?  Right now, a guy who might’ve gone undrafted in a few leagues is putting up RB6 or maybe even RB5 numbers so far on the year.  To give you the exact numbers would require me to do calculations.  I gave up after trying to carry the 3 touchdowns and divide by awesome.  Sorry.

Maurice Jones-Drew – Welcome to the 2013 Fantasy Football season.  Now get the hell off my team before you trick me into starting you on a weekly basis!

Michael HoomanawanuiRead that out loud while you’re at work.  I’m guessing three in ten offices will think you’re having a seizure.  Had some big catches today to keep drives alive for Brady and company.  Gronk…pffft, who needs’um!  Ok, I only brought Michael up so I can say ‘More Who Man? than a Hooman‘.  Alright, self-serving blurb over.

Thad LewisCame off the practice squad to throw 2 touchdowns and run for 1 against one of the tougher defenses in the league.  And yet Blaine Gabbert had the starting job until week 6 in Jacksonville.  Philosophical question for you.  What’s the sound of no one clapping?  Answer: EverBank Field.

Andre EllingtonWell, we’ve been waiting for the coming out party and maybe it’s arrived.  Against a renewed defense in the 49ers, Ellington tallied over 80 total yards and a TD on the day.  Andre may not be a Giant – and if you ask David Wilson, that’s a good thing – but he is crafty.  Consider him on the bubble for joining GOB’s ‘Alliance Of Magicians’.

Danny AmendolaThe year of Breaking Dan continues.  This time he left the game in the 3rd with what we could assume to be a concussion.  But don’t worry, before that he gave all of his owners 2 targets and 1 total yard.  Honey, why does it say ‘all hurt and no play makes Sky not a ‘dola boy’ all over the house in what I can assume is blood?  Clearly my wife doesn’t understand how important keeping notes for next year is.

Peyton Manning – Was outscored by Brandon Weeden today.  Just in case you’re wondering why your matchup is tighter than normal.  If you’re losing, it’s probably because you’re Scott Pianowski and playing me and I have Moreno.  I’m 1-4 in that league.  What are you doing losing to a poor schlub like me, Scott?

Vernon DavisDid you know that 90% of Koalas have Chlamydia?  I don’t know where I’m going with that other than it’s an STD and a VD can be an STD.  And in STD scoring, you had a VD breakout today with 8/180/2.  Now you know two important things: Vernon is awesome and stay away from Koala Bears at your local petting zoo.  You’re welcome.

Stevan RidleyWell, that finally happened: 20/96/2 to go with 1/14 through the air.  One of the hardest things to do is hold onto a guy with only one year of good play under his belt.  If you did so with Stevan this year, you’ve finally been rewarded.  Oh wait, you probably just rewarded your bench.  Yeah, you’re hating life right now.

Larry FitzgeraldWell, I removed him from my rankings when I heard rumors he’d actually sit today out.  So of course after I gave him faith over the last few weeks that he’d play well through it all, he goes off this week.  See, Ridley owners?  We’re not much different, you and I.

Jimmy GrahamCGI.  Breasts in Hollywood.  A Graham fantasy line that starts and ends with the number zero.  *Carnac opens letter*.  Things that are unreal and amazing to look at.  Meanwhile, Kenny Stills does this week what I thought he’d do last week when I started him.  I hate you, Kenny.

Justin Blackmon – With Cecil on the sidelines early with a shoulder injury, Justin went for 14/190 as Henne targeted guys like Clay Harbor in the Red Zone.  The only thing holding Justin Blackmon back at this point is being a Jaguar.

Marshawn LynchCertain fears in life I don’t understand.  Spiders. Sharks.  Carrot Top…ok, I get Carrot Top.  But Lynch went way lower in drafts than he should’ve.  I got him in the 19th of an experts league.  One PPR be damned, that’s silly.  After a 165 total yards (4/78 through the air) and 2 TDs, it’s time to taste Skittles’ sweetness.  Yeah, don’t click that at work.  You’ve been warned.  You might not even wanna click it ever if you like Skittles.

Sunday Night Football – Well, that lazy, drunk, good for nothing JayWrong crapped out on me at the last minute.  And by ‘last minute’ I mean he told me in advance he wouldn’t be able to do it and by ‘crapped out’ I mean it’s his birthday this weekend and I’m sure he’s finding an even deeper level of alcohol poisoning to celebrate than he does on his regular go at these.  I’m saying all this to let you know I’ve got you covered for SNF and to go wish @JayWrong a Happy Birthday after he kicked it Old School like Will Ferrell in the streets.  And in SNF tradition, I’m shirts up for Mardi Gras beads drunk over here.  You’ve been warned.

Robert Griffin, III – I tacked on the triple ‘I’ because he finally played up to RG3 type numbers.  After 77 rushing yards on the night, we might be seeing the re-makings of what made Griffin the fantasy stud he was last year.  He looked good, ran good, smelled good…I have a smart TV, I’m not that creepy.  It’s a smellovision.  Ok, the turnovers were a bit much but I’ll be glad if the fantasy name ‘RGKnee’ goes away.  If I have to throw some criticism at him it would be about his uh…throws.  Yeah, he was errant quite a few times tonight.  We’re talking Bob Uecker errant here.  That said, the legs might be coming back which means I’m officially interested.

Terrance WilliamsAnother touchdown, this time with Miles Austin in the lineup.  That said, only 2 receptions and 27 yards to go along with it.  Still worried about targets with Williams but if he keeps making the catches and plays he’s been making, those worries will take care of themselves.

Alfred MorrisThere were a lot of concerns coming into this week about Morris’ ribs.  I had only heard it was a mild issue so I said he was an ok start.  After a touchdown and 81 rushing yards, I’m gonna have to say The Butler’s fine.

Tony RomoOk, I get it now.  Tony plays to the level of competition.  Given the secondary woes in Washington, you’d think Tony’s end line would’ve been about double what it was.  I think we can mark this one as a ‘moral victory’ too.

DeMarco MurrayThankfully gave his fantasy owners a TD before leaving with a knee issue.  Murray – much like DMC – seemed like a wildcard to stay upright all year coming into the season.  As always, never a question of talent with Murray but a question of health history.  Anything making fun of his injuries would be off-DeMarco by me so I’ll abstain.

Podcast – There’s not one this week.  Apparently the Canadians were saved by Native Americans too and have their own day to celebrate it, too.  A likely story, Nick…regardless, Monday’s gonna just be little ‘ole me for this week.  I heard you in the back complaining!  Anyways, next week we’ll be back to normal.  Or whatever constitutes as normal on a site that calls itself Razzball.

  1. Chicken Dinner says:
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    Who to drop, K.Davis or Christine?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Christine

  2. Byron from Austin says:
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    Mornin, Sky! i got a tough call to make. heading into monday night, i’m up 13.5 points, and i have a spot left to play either ty hilton or keenan allen. i was originally going to play hilton, but my opponent has rivers going, as well as the indy kicker.

    is my best bet to play hilton and hope he has a good game while rivers has a shitty one(not likely), or is it to play allen, and hope to negate some of rivers’ points by allen hopefully catching some of his passes? 4pt qb td league. thanks man!!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I don’t usually try and play those kind of games. I’d rather go TY there

      • Byron from Austin says:
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        @Sky: uuuuugh, it’s so tough!!

        i’m gonna go hilton, and just hope.

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Good luck!

  3. Picked up KC D in WK 3. Won by 40 even with Graham’s goose-egg. Grab Boykin to plug in for Graham’s bye next week?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Isn’t Boykin a WR?

      • goodfold2 says:
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        @Sky: either the commenter is in one of those leagues wherein WR and TE blend together or he’s asking impossible, silly questions. Either the cops caught him, or he got away.

        • @goodfold2: Yep, it’s a WR/TE slot, and I already dumped that bum Jared Cook.

          So, this week, I could start any 3 of these 4:

          Josh Gordon
          Pierre Garcon
          Hakeem Nicks
          Alshon Jeffery

          • Sky

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            @James R: Ah gotcha. Yeah, go ahead and pick up Boykin if you have the roster room. You might not, though, if those are the guys you have to drop. First three is who I’d start.

  4. Alex says:
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    Auction keeper PPR league $200 budget, these would be next yrs prices. $8 Morris, $10 Graham and $15 Jordy for $53 AP and $13 A Brown…which side? Also other guy is offering M Ryan, Roddy and Ridley for AP and M Austin…Ur thoughts?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Would rather have the Graham side. Cheaper and still talented

  5. Mdaddy says:
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    Weird question today. I barely won my weekly matchup by 1 point. I have Woodhead tonight, do I sit him just the worst happens and he gets negative points?

    • The Strolg says:
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      @Mdaddy: This question reminds me of a movie where the hero is about to be killed by something, so the bad guy leaves the room.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      If you’ve won you can sit him

    • timmy riggins says:
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      @Mdaddy: @Mdaddy: start woodhead….if theres a stat correction and you lose or tie you will feel like a dick

      • Hooverville says:
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        @timmy riggins: Totally agree with Riggins, plus your league might look at total points for tie breakers. Start him, one catch for 15 yds, and one carry for 5 and he’s not going negative.

        • Chicken Dinner says:
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          @Hooverville: One year I had enough wins to make the playoffs. Had the same record as the last team to make it. Sadly, he had more points than me. ONE POINT MORE. Play Woodhead. Every point counts.

  6. Sandy says:
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    Who’s the add in big d – randle or Dunbar?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Should still be Dunbar

      • Junkie Brewster says:
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        @Sky: I’ve got the #1 waiver spot in a league, think Dunbar’s worth it?

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          I haven’t heard enough news about Murray to say anything about that

  7. Sandy says:
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    Send Witten for Reggie Bush? Std league
    I have Jordan reed as my back up te
    Bush would be my top rb

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Sounds like you need an RB. Go for it

      • Sandy says:
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        @Sky: Sproles and witten for josh Gordon and Reggie is a home run correct???

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          I’d take the Bush side all day/every day.

  8. Brian says:
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    I accepted a trade offer in my standard scoring league I would like your opinion on this deal.
    I gave S. Ridley and got Josh Gordon
    My thoughts are that yes Ridley had a great game against the Saints but his matchups are not easy going forward and I am also tired of playing the Belichick games. I believe the Browns will throw, throw and throw some more and Gordon should benefit.

    Thanks

    • @Brian: I think you made out somewhere between slightly and greatly.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I like Gordon as a WR1 ROS. Think you made the right move

  9. Wilsonian says:
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    If I don’t win this season it’s because I traded Moreno for Spiller. Now I can’t get fitty cent on the dollar for Spiller.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      You still got the better player in that deal. Don’t let hindsight drag you down.

      • Wilsonian says:
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        @Sky: he’s still going to have to turn it around big time to make that trade ok. My team is still awesome. But Graham KILLED me this week.

        • Sky

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          And next week he could fumble and fall out of favor with Fox. Gotta keep things in perspective of what you had vs what you traded for. I’ll always go for the guy whose production comes from his skill set over his offense, personally.

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            @Sky: yeah, I could be ok still. Side note, do you like Keenan Allen or Harvin for a stash? Either would be my 6th receiver.

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              @Wilsonian: I’d go Harvin there

              • Wilsonian says:
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                @Sky: that’s kind of what I was thinking. Sounds like he might be close. And we can play up to 5 WRs, which I do a lot. And Josh Gordon and Decker are my bottom 2.

  10. Brown L says:
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    My receiving corps is looking a little thin, what with Colston on bye after laying another dud, and Cobb likely missing some time. Who are the priority waiver wire pickups out of M. Floyd (Ariz.), K. Wright, T. Williams, or Boykin? I might even need to grab two.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      PPR is Floyd/Wright. Non-PPR I’d want Floyd and Williams

  11. Clint (aka Pablo Death) says:
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    Fantasy football is freaking bizarre. Started Megatron, Cobb, and Amendola only to watch them all flub for one reason or another while my bench WR’s, Antonio Brown, Blackmon, and Bowe outscore some or all of them. Luckily enough, I still snuck away with a close win thanks to Charles finally looking like a first rounder in the TD department. Now if Doug Martin would just get in the paint more…..

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Ha, you don’t like averaging 1 TD a week from your first rounder and 100 yards? All first rounders need to score 2 a week? My man, you’re getting greedy! Glad to hear you won, though.

      • goodfold2 says:
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        @Sky: with those WR’s who wouldn’t be spoiled and likely greedy?

      • Clint (aka Pablo Death) says:
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        @Sky:

        I just think the age of the RB is almost done. Just a few years ago, the 1st round RB’s used to get you 2 TD’s per guy fairly deep into the draft whereas now not even AP’s approaching that anymore while most of the “studs” are turning into timeshares at least on the onset of the season (Spiller, Rice, Foster, Forte, Sproles) or facing injury issues (S-Jax, D-Mac, Murray) or are just plain underperforming from the preseason hype (MJD, CJ2K, Wilson). That leaves you with around 5-7 truly reliable RB’s that aren’t even scoring like they used to at that position and every year it gets worse. Almost like fantasy should stop fielding a pair of RB’s and go down to one or maybe even a flex alone so the WR’s can take over there like they have in the real game.

        • Sky

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          @Clint (aka Pablo Death): I could see that, at least in 12 team leagues. I’ve been pushing for QB1 and QB Flex because of this offensive shift. I think I’m on your side with that idea, too.

          • Clint (aka Pablo Death) says:
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            @Sky:

            Not to belabor the point but just so happens on Week 6, a mere 6 years ago, LaDainian Tomlinson ripped off 214 total yards (198yds rushing, 16yds receiving) and FOUR TD’s against da’ Raiderz. When was the last time a RB in the NFL had 4 TD’s in a game? I bet it’s even been a while for AP.

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              Oh I hear ya. Morenos three this week probably about as big of one we’ve seen since 2012 and it wasn’t even that great

  12. Shake N Bacon says:
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    Two tight ends not named Cook got touchdowns for the Rams this weekend. WTF!!!

    Drop Cook for any of these guys?

    Fauria
    Wright
    Dallas Clark
    Jeff Cumberland

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I think you can thank Bradford for setting that trend. It’s like he forgot how successful they were together week 1. Give Wright a shot.

      • Shake N Bacon says:
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        @Sky: I know it! It makes no sense. It’s like Bradford and their offensive coordinator have amnesia.

        Chris Givens owners are probably feeling the same way though. Friggin’ Austin Pettis.

        Glad to hear RGIII looked better this week, despite his fantasy numbers. Hoping he is back near 100% by the time fantasy playoffs start. I just have to squeak out wins until then.

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          @Shake N Bacon: Seriously, Givens dropped an 80 yard TD on Sunday. That guy is killing me on so many levels. Targets have been there, the production has been nonexistent.

          Yeah, seeing RG3 run like he wasn’t worried about his leg was refreshing. And he stepped into a few throws. I think it’s simply a confidence thing at this point, i.e. psychological. I remember having brain surgery – long story, don’t ask – and then playing basketball again. Took me at least 4 or 5 months before I trusted driving into the lane for fear of getting popped in the noggin. Athletes aren’t robots, sometimes people forget that part of the game.

  13. Kobayashi Maru says:
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    Drop Dwayne Bowe for Reuben Randle in a 10 team league? I’m getting tired of trotting him out and he has no trade value.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      In a 10 team, it makes sense.

  14. The Thumb says:
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    I had Graham and Colston and lost by 20 points, ruining my shot at an undefeated season. Ho hum.

    On a slightly more serious note, I’m ready to drop kick the inept Marques where the sun don’t shine!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Think you can put a large part of that blame on Payton and his ego. Talib was owning Graham. Should’ve done a better job making other options – including Colston – more viable this week.

  15. Adam says:
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    What’s your take on Ray Rice, going forward?

    Someone offered him and T.Y. Hilton for my Brandon Marshall and Julius Thomas.

    I still have Jordy Nelson, Colston, Amendola, Gronk, Doug Martin, B. Powell, SJax…

    Should I pull the trigger?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I don’t like that deal. I like Ray but I’m not paying top price for him which is what you’re doing there.

      • Adam says:
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        Would you counter with Rice for Marshall straight up, or Rice for Thomas, or look elsewhere for help at RB… would you agree, I need help at RB?

        And thanks Sky!

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          The game has changed drastically these last few years. Mediocre RBs and top end receiving threats can win you a title. You don’t need to make a trade but if you have a good option for TE besides JT, that’s a good move for you. No on Marsh

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    One of DeMarco’s owners here. I still have Doug Martin and Matt Forte, but could use a pick me up with only McGahee on the bench. Best available appear to be Zac Stacy, Chris Ivory (if only he’d get touches!), the return of Jonathan Stewart, Andre Ellington and Lance Dunbar.

    Hope your teams did well, and thanks for the advice!

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Stacy for floor, Ellington for upside

      • Aero says:
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        @Sky: Oh, it looks like Roy Helu is still out there, too. Does that change anything for you?

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Nope

          • Aero says:
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            @Sky: Thanks Sky!

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              @Aero: No worries

  17. Josh says:
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    Is Colston still a buy low target?

    In my 14 team ppr league, I’m being offered colston for my Willis Mcgahee (I know…what a blockbuster trade). Hes really short at RB and I’m short at WR.

    Thanks in advance.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Sounds like it fills needs for both sides. I’d do it either way for that reason but I think that’ll be a good trade for you ROS.

  18. Sandy says:
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    Drop bolden for Dunbar?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Hold until more info on Murray surfaces

  19. the imp says:
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    Hey Sky,
    Thanks for the blurbs…most of my team was covered (which is usually good or bad news–Arian and Gordon saved my day to bring me to 4-2).
    With With ‘Dola, Cobb, and Vick all on the bench due to injury, and my two extra RBs not being playable (MJD and Ellington) in week 7, my short bench team is officially on suicide watch–meaning just about anything I do to avoid a zero this week will hurt my team ROS.
    In 12 team PPR do you agree with the following?
    1. RG3 has more ROS than Vick at this point and his likely trade value is below his ROS potential.
    2. You’d rather trade MJD than Ellington.
    3. Amendola is not yet droppable in a league with 50 WRs owned (say for a MiFloyd, Randle or Sanders)….I know, I know…that is the blood stains talking.