Tis the season, right?  Unless you’re not of the xmas-religion affinity.  I wish I had something for you but I have zero knowledge of Decker-related things I could say about Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and all the other holiday things I could talk about here.  Happy Winter Solstice?  What about Festivus for the rest of us?  Don’t leave, I swear I’ll be more inclusive!  The holidays are much like ordering a large pizza for a room full of college students: all drunk and stoned and should be doing their homework.  Wait, no!  Well yes but more so you can’t please everyone.  No way no how.  They don’t usually let you order pizza with different toppings on every piece.  There’s also something else that doesn’t always make people happy: the Denver passing attack.  It was a concern coming into the year that there would be a few guys left out in the cold most of the year, if not the whole year.  Well much like life, those Broncos have ebbed and flowed.  Early on, it was Welker.  Then DT got it turned on for a stretch.  The Orange Julius had been oddly one of the more consistent of the slick quatro (yeah, it’s not their nickname; just made it up) but he’s been out with a leg issue the last two weeks.  So in the stead of an underused Welker and a missing OJ, someone had to step up and on this day it was Eric Decker who finished with 8 receptions, 174 receiving yards and a whopping 4 TDs.  He only had 3 total coming into Sunday on the year.  The end line for Decker is gonna look fine on the surface.  He’ll go well over 1,000 yards receiving and may still end with 10 TDs.  But I give the fair warning that I’ll probably say the same thing about Welker when the season’s over and I think we both know how that has been of late.  Moving into 2013, these two are gonna go much higher than I’m gonna be willing to pay for in most leagues due to inconsistency.  Sure it’s nice when this happens but how many of you experienced this Decker explosion on your bench?  Exactly, there was a good reason he was there to start the day.  Don’t forget that when 2014 hits.  In other news from week 13 of the 2013 Fantasy Football season…

Josh GordonHe missed the first two games of the year.  He was 8th amongst wide receivers in scoring on the year in ESPN standard scoring and 9th in Yahoo PPR leagues.  AND, at least in the yahoo leagues, he’s gonna creep up in to at least the top 6 and possibly top 5 after dropping that huge 10/261/2 line.  That’s back to back 200+ yard receiving days for Gordon with Weeden throwing to him.  That’s pushing the laws of physics on some level.  Newton’s about ready to throw an apple at someone in heaven out of frustration.

Alshon JefferyBrandon Marshall who?  This year for Alshon has been a coming out part to the nth degree and today was one that surely helped a few of his owners break through into the playoffs: 12/249/2.  I’m sure both Gordon and Alshon were competing for my lead post.  Little did they know Eric would steal my wordpress heart.

Ben Tate – I’ll admit, I had him left for dead coming into Sunday.  He was banged up, most likely playing for a contract somewhere else and the team has a solid young guy in Dennis Johnson just waiting for his chance behind him.  Guess he’ll have to wait a bit longer after Tate went on a Ben’der: 22/102/3.  This was a game played in typical Texans fashion.  Lead in the first half, slips in the second half, loses in final quarter but up to that point, it was a team playing inspired for a returned Kubiak.  I’d consider this a byproduct coupled with NE’s poor rush defense.  Consider it Fantasy Football alchemy.  Make sure and not let it get in your eyes.

Adrian PetersonJust checking in like he’s the famous dead sea tupperware: 211 yards on 35 carries.  PBBBT!  Ahhh, still good.

Brandon WeedenThrew for 370 yards and 3 TDs to go with his typical, 3 TO special (2 INT/1 FBL).  He was even kind enough to kick the football through the back of the end zone for a safety just to complete his bad footballitry degree.  BTW, go minus off all of Gordon’s stats from Weeden’s for a second just to get a feel for how lucky you should feel if you started him.  Mom told you not to play in the trash can when you were younger.  You’re lucky you don’t have pink eye.

Michael CrabtreeHe has returned.  It wasn’t a stat-busting day by any means with 2 receptions for 68 yards but it definitely changed the dynamics for Kaep whose 1 read and done ways doesn’t work too well when you’ve only got 2 valid players to throw to.  Kaep might be gearing up for a playoff run for his fantasy owners to make up for his year to date.  Hold him to it!

Donald Brown – Welp, they finally did it.  Trent Richardson was officially bumped down the depth chart due to inconsistency, mediocrity, paucity and other words that reference how much he has sucked.  So of course Brown starts the game off with a 1.7 ypc average.  Hint, hint Colts: it still ain’t just T-Rich.  Brown bounced back, of course, gaining 64 total yards while chucking in a TD to seal the game for the Colts.  Moving forward, Brown is nothing more than a flex until Indy itself corrects their offensive problems.

Zach ErtzWell hello there, nicest TE matchup for your FA streaming needs in a long while.  Ertz finished with 3/68/25 and a quick schedule peek tells me to sit him against the Lions and start him in weeks 15 and 16 against the Bears and Vikings.  Struggling with Jordan Cameron syndrome?  Dealing with a limp Delanie Walker?  Tell the good fantasy doctor where it Ertz and we’ll cure you.

Vernon Davis – Speaking of the good doctor, the Rams were  just making sure VD didn’t have a VD.  Finished with 4 receptions, 82 yards, a touchdown and an icepack.

CJ SpillerCJ starts the game off busting a 77 yard play.  He’s back!  He’s back!  Then about 5 carries later, helped himself off the field limping gingerly on his ankle.  Oh crap!  Oh crap!  Then he came back out and finished the game with 15/149/1 on the ground.  He’s back!  He’s back!  But he’s still dealing with the same problem that has hampered him all year.  Oh crap!  Oh cra…ok, you get the point.  Problem with CJ all year has been his health.  He reeled a run like this off against the Browns many moons ago when everyone and their mother said to sit him and he’s doing it again.  I don’t trust broken goods that were already turning into boom/bust plays anyways to begin with.

Josh McCownFinished with 355 passing yards and 2 passing TDs and was the 4th best QB on the weekend heading into SNF.  So why am I so disappointed?  Oh, because it was against the worst secondary in the NFL.  Take those 2 TD passes, double them and maybe push the 355 up to 415 and then we’re talking.  What, you think you’re the only unreasonable fantasy football player?

Darrius Heyward-BeyHey, guess what?  No really, guess!  No, not that.  No, definitely not that.  Ok, you’re officially gross.  No, the great news is after another game of multiple drops Da’Rick Rodgers was subbed in for D(rops)H(is)B(alls).  Oh you own him?  I’m sorry, still doesn’t contain my elation.  WHOOPEE!  Moving forward, we’re probably going to see more of Rodgers and Brazill in DHB’s place of snaps and looks.  Let’s see if there’s a correlation with Luck’s numbers trending upward while we’re at it.  You know, for scientific reasons.

Aaron Rodgers –  He says he’ll be playing next Sunday.  Reports say he won’t play again this year.  I still say that mustache on him was just odd.  Oh and I side with the naysayers and still think we’ve seen the last of Rodgers for 2013.  When did I say that you ask?  Follow me into the links of Buy/Sell columns past when I suggested you SELL A-Rod.  Hope it turns in your favor but I’m thinking Rodgers is effectively George Wendt’s sausage pillow for the rest of the year.  I promise you, as lewd as that last sentence sounded, the image is SFW.

Julian EdelmanTwo straight weeks with 100 yards…I almost believe…almost.  Kenbrell went down early and left a lot of targets to be had and Julian took advantage.  He may be back in the PPR WR3 circle of trust down the stretch but we all know his ceiling makes him almost not worth it given we’ve seen the floor.

Roddy White – Oh if only this were week 1, Roddy.  Finished with 10 receptions and 143 yards.  Today’s output is 40% of his yardage output now on the year.  Yes, it’s week 13.  No, you can’t have a do-over.  Yes, we can talk about it later.  All I ask is don’t make a scene now.

Montee Ball – Uh oh…yeah, we kinda talked about this around here.  Ball went for 117 yards on 13 carries as he and Moreno had near identical touches in the game (Moreno 19, Ball 14).  The Broncos don’t care about your fantasy playoff schedule, they care about their real playoff schedule and they want to keep Moreno healthy.  I’d expect this trend to continue.  Trust me when I say Knowshon Moreno feels deeply for you.

Ladarius GreenWhen does 2 catches for 45 yards and a TD put you in the top ten for a position?  When said position in TE, of course.  Dynasty teams should go take a cold shower.  Antonio Gates owners should take a shower cry maybe if this becomes more of the trend.  My perfect world has both Gates and Green in plenty of 2-TE sets down the stretch.  Think it would help the team overall best.  But what do I know?  I just typed about Vernon’s dong yank.  My credentials are, uh, lacking.

Stevan RidleyWas a surprise healthy scratch for the Pats as LeGarrette Blount, James Develin and Brandon Bolden combined for 2 TDs on 19 total touches and 80 yards.  The biggest producer was, of course, Blount.  Yes, the same Blount that also fumbled last week.  We’ve all been Hoodie-Winked.

Ryan TannehillTook advantage of a dead team walking – and a very ugly secondary – for 331 yards and 2 TDs along with an INT and 22 yards rushing.  As much as I want to love Tannehill, I can’t escape crazy-eyed egghead Philbin and his stupid playcalling to back him from week to week.

Willis McGahee – McGreyhee is now officially back in the RB mix: 14/57/1.  That RB mix is 1 part Ogre, one part Fozzy, and now one part Willy.  Go look it up on drinksmixer.com.  I think it’s called a Brown eye.

Steven Jackson – Went for 84 yards on the ground and 2 TDs on 23 carries.  See, this is the guy I told you to draft!  Don’t worry, I’ll let myself out.  What was that, you started the Buffalo defense as well and you live on the 13th floor you say?  Even better, where’s your patio? *Skydives* IIII REGRETTTTT EVERYTHINNNNGGGGGG

Robert Griffin, III – I keep trying to quit you and you keep reeling me back in: 207/1 through the air and 88 rushing yards.  Obvi, the rushing yards are the linchpin to the fantasy production and it’s been all over the place this year.  But I swear they read last weeks blog about Alfred…he caught 3 passes!  Oh who am I kidding, the Shannys don’t read…

Andre Brown – Scored 2 TDs on what would otherwise be considered a very mediocre night…what you thought I was gonna list stats?  Nah, was talking about the game.  Washington barely edged NYG out in punts on the night at 7 to 6.  I was hoping for overtime just to see that battle rage on.

  1. Ok, so I sat Pierre for Graham. Ya know, this is the first time all year, I realized how high Pierre’s floor is. His season low in my league is 10.8. In any event, I clinched the top seed playing against a dude who started Decker, so that you are absolved of that 12% responsibility.

    Josh Gordon — I love you.

    • Sky

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      Yeah, in PPR Pierre has been very solid. It’s too bad he hasn’t had as many long plays as he had last year, though.

      Enjoy nuzzling with Josh for a bit. Kid saved a couple of teams out there no doubt.

  2. The Thumb says:
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    I finally dumped that turd Marques and placed a claim for Crabtree for my WR3/4. It feels good to have him gone.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Good luck!

  3. Ryan says:
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    Whats up with the Moreno tears?! That’s either some kind of weird disease or else he is hellspawn!

    • @Ryan: Haha yeah, I saw that too. Niagara Falls.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      The slowmo really makes it even freakier.

  4. Grant says:
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    I should be walking away with this week. Gordon, Murray, Megatron; just a few of my allstars, Wilson going tonight. But the fantasy gods hate me, I am playing the only man that can beat me. Tate, Dolphins D, Colts kicker, Gronk, with Brees going tonight. luckily will still be able to hold into 3rd place for the playoffs, but a win would have put me at number 2.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      *Shakes fist at the heavens*

  5. SMLV1 says:
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    Think R. Wilson and J. Graham combine for atleast 22 standard fantasy points tonight?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I think so. I like Wilson to have a solid game and let’s not forget, Seattle’s secondary just got decimated.

  6. Zandy says:
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    Would you consider benching Brees tonight to snag the 6th seed and a much better playoff matchup? I’m down 50 pts and if I win I’d get a bye in the playoffs but 50 pts seems impossible.. Would love your thoughts

    • Zandy says:
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      @Zandy: sorry to be exact I need 45.2 and passing tds count as 5 pts and everything else is std yahoo

      • Wouldn’t a bye be a better matchup than the 6th seed?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      I’m officially confused. How do you go from a bye to a 6th place seeding if you lose? And if you lose with Brees in, wouldn’t that happen anyways?

      • Zandy says:
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        @Sky: if I lose with Brees in ill go to 4th. If I lose with Brees out ill got to 6th. And if Brees gives me 46 pts ill win and get a bye week. If I lose, there will be four teams with 8-5 records and two with 9-4. So the pts tie breaker is what moves me into 6th vs 4th.
        Very weird dynamic. There’s no re-seeding which is why I like 6th over 4th and also based in the hypoth matchups

        • Sky

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          Ok, that makes sense. Brees would have to put up Peyton’s week 1 for 46 points and Foles ‘only’ scored 45 when he went 406/7 against Oakland. Your chances are bordering on slim to none so might as well nab your 6th place spot.

          • Zandy says:
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            @Sky: epic collapse losing three weeks in a row and falling from first to potentially sixth… Damn you panthers intercepting Brady’s game ending pass and refs for picking up the gronk penalty flag. That’s literally the difference maker.

            Even if I sit Brees, marshawn lynch beating jimmy graham by 19 pts tonight would sneak me into hanging on to the bye… Gotta hope for a weird game haha

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              When real football interferes with fake, the results aren’t pretty.

              Tha would be a weird one!

            • goodfold2 says:
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              @Zandy: gronk wasn’t catching that ball with or without the guy grabbing him. It was a short throw.

  7. Dave says:
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    Is Buffalo a good defense to pick up if you’ve got a bye? They play Jax, Mia in weeks 15 and 16

    Thanks

  8. Dan says:
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    Thanks to Josh Gordon, I have to get 8 pts out of Colston tonight to make the playoffs. How do you feel about his chances on getting that?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Not too bad, actually. Just depends on game plan. Gotta remember Seattle’s secondary just got shaken up.

      • Dan says:
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        @Sky: I could go with Doug Baldwin as well. The league has 0.3 PPR. Colston would be my play if I needed a lot of points, but do you think Baldwin might be the safer bet to get 8?

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          I wouldn’t say either is safe in any way. I’d roll with Baldwin there but that’s because I think Wilson has a big week.

          • Dan says:
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            @Sky: Yeah I think Baldwin may be the better option too. The Saints aren’t great against slot receivers, and Keenan Lewis should be on Tate most of the game…

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              Exactly. Good luck!

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    I’m thinking Montee Ball Python would be a good reserve on my Playoff bench, in case shizz happens. I dropped Ridley because I don’t trust the hoodie, and he ain’t playin’ over the rest of my squad anyway, but do you see another drop (for) the Ball?

    QB – Stafford
    WR – Green
    WR – Dez
    WR – Gordon
    RB – Forte
    RB – Bernard
    TE – Graham
    W/R – Vereen
    W/R/T – Garcon
    BN – Decker
    BN – Harvin
    BN – CJ?K
    BN – Rainey
    BN – D.Brown
    BN – Reed

    0.5 PPR. Reed is leading the charge with the drop for Ball, but would you hang on to him just in case he comes back and Graham maybe gets a boo-boo or two? I’d also think Harvin, but man if he can actually get friggin’ healthy, he’s tough – but I’m not sure he’s going to be healthy at all this year.

    • Wilsonian says:
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      @Wilsonian: would you prefer Ball or Ivory over any of those guys? Or Ridley, if he clears waivers…although I don’t really care if I get him back, but I had to make a defensive move and had to get Vereen off of IR to do so, so Ridley and his benching was the first call.

      • Sky

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        Ball over Ivory. Probably over Ridley at this point too.

    • Sky

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      He’s in a timeshare ROS if Moreno stays healthy and even then, I don’t think he’s gonna get every carry automatically if he does. I don’t think that’s a good pickup over the guys you have, personally.

      • Wilsonian says:
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        @Sky: understood. Our playoffs are only two weeks as only 4 teams get in. I have first in the regular season locked up so this next week doesn’t matter at all for me. I’m just trying to get the best team together that I can.

        • Sky

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          Understandable. Ten team, there’s always gonna be talent on waivers. Can’t hoard it all!

          • Wilsonian says:
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            @Sky: I’m a hoarder, and I’m not proud of it. I think my team is pretty well set for the Playoffs, though. Especially if Reed and Harvin make triumphant returns.

            • Sky

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              It’s ok, I called A&E for an intervention.

              Agree bout Harvin/Reed. I think we’ll know more about those two this week. You can make the choice from that moment on. Harvin would be the first to go, most likely, if we hear it’s really bad.

  10. Clint (aka Pablo Death) says:
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    So, last week I had Tate in at my Flex vs. the Jags to watch him go limp while Harry D did well on my bench. This week, I flex my Harry D only to watch Tate turn into Arian Foster on the bench. What should I do for Week 14 Flex as the Jags return to Tate’s sights and the Falcons journey to my sad Lambeau for a date with the Pack? I’ve got Charles/Andre in at RB1/RB2 and Megatron/Antonio B in as my WR1/WR2.

    And as a unbiased Packer fan totally devoid of any fantasy stock despite my having him on my team w/Cutler/Brady, I disagree w/the A-Rod being shut down due to having nothing to play for claims. All GB has to do to get into the playoffs is win out now that the Bears lost, assuming the Lions return to being themselves & find a way to lose to 2 of the Eagles (whose offense can run w/them now), the Ravens (whose pass D is good), and/or at the Viqueens (who only lost by 10 to them at Detroit last time & play 100% better at home as the Bears just found out). And that’s assuming the Giants don’t surprise them which you never know considering that Jekyl/Hyde team. The wildcard’s basically out but snatching the 3rd or 4th seed once the Lions find a way to lose is well within reach given the Bears/Lions past history of giving up divisional wins quicker than Courtney Stodden gives up hoping a 53yo guy can keep up w/her sex drive. A-Rod wants to play & take this team on a run just like they did in 2010 and w/the coaching staff possibly playing for their jobs, I can’t see them just sitting him & Cobb & saying let’s try again next season.

    • Sky

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      It’s a broken collarbone. The same type of injury that knocked Romo out for the season in 2010. We’re not talking an ankle sprain or a broken pinky here. Remember, he was supposed to be back in 3 weeks or less. That was the initial report. I don’t think they’ve been honest with how serious this injury has been at all. I’m not saying it won’t happen but count me in as a non-believer.

      I think both Tate and Harry D are good plays that week. Haven’t really reviewed for rankings yet but I’d lean Tate.

      • @Sky: It’s a ‘chipped’ collarbone and it was weeks ago. Quit being a pussy, McCarthey. I need my Jordy Nelson at full capacity so I can continue struggling with who to start, him or Pierre.

        • Sky

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          Haven’t read chipped anywhere, just fractured. I had a hairline fracture in the tip bone of my middle finger on my dominant hand. Didn’t feel right for about 12 weeks and that’s being generous. Can’t imagine what it would be like to have that in my collarbone when I’m playing a full contact sport. Either way, even if he comes back, I wonder how much contact he’ll be worried about taking. Not just about how healed he is, have to consider the scared in the pocket factor as well.

          Of course, you weren’t being 100% serious. Maybe only 12%.

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

            The only source that said “about 3 weeks” not LESS was Adam Schefter and, while he’s usually spot on for his reporting, he didn’t list where that came from AND it came literally hours after the injury on Nov 5th. A day later, after more was known about the injury & further tests were complete, Fox Sports reported 4-6 weeks, a typical timetable for this injury. That would put us at Week #5 this week and the Packers coincidentally delayed today’s press conference until tomorrow for unknown reasons.

            All I’m saying is that this isn’t an ACL we’re looking at here. His career won’t be in any more jeopardy if he plays than RG3’s is right now. If it breaks in another place, he’ll need the offseason to recover, that’s it. The Packers’ coaching staff will be under even more major fire than they currently are in Green Bay if they don’t play him because they’re worried about a non-career ender like that especially when they have a shot at the playoffs if they win out & the Lions lose to, say, the Eagles this weekend plus the Ravens in a few weeks which is VERY possible. All Rodgers has to do is get rid of the ball quicker & not hold on to it like he should have been doing this whole time but never does, resulting in more sacks than the Oline should deserve.

            “Scared in the pocket factor?” This isn’t David Carr we’re talking about here. Rodgers has a bonifide running game in Lacy & playmakers around him he can get the ball out extremely quick to. The turf injury he suffered at Detroit when we won the Super Bowl in 2010 was scarier than this because it was a concussion. Rodgers has taken way worse hits and been in the sights of Jared Allen & Bran Urlacher his whole career so I doubt he’s going to suddenly lose his nerve. He’s been lobbying to return for the last week if you read between the lines & practices so he knows this team needs him & this is where legacies are made like Favre’s was for so many years before him.

            • Sky

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              An injury doesn’t have to be life or career threatening to be taken seriously and the recovery time is actually 6 to 10 according to most reports on such an injury. It could be shorter but 4-6 weeks expectation isn’t accurate for ‘standard recovery time’. The fact of the matter is you don’t need to be David Carr to not wanna get knocked on your shoulder that still hasn’t fully healed. That’s a mental thing. ‘All he has to do is’ statements pretty much clarify that stance. Him not moving up into a pocket and just throwing it away when a ‘fully ready’ Rodgers would’ve created the extra time to make a play doesn’t make him what people want for fantasy, which is what we’re talking about here. I also never said Rodgers hasn’t been hit hard; it’s football, he’s not the only one who has taken a hard hit either. He has a fractured collarbone and he’s not playing right now because of said injury. That’s the conversation. Just because we want him to come back doesn’t mean it’s the smart or correct choice. All players lobby to play, it doesn’t mean they will or should. But again, we’ll see.

  11. Cram It says:
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    Jarrett Boykin fuck you, Justin Hunter fuck you, Jordan Reed fuck you, AP’s cool, I’m out.
    #HowToNotMakethePlayoffs

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      Damn, that was seriously some bad luck there. Fitz/Flynn really eff’ed over plenty of playoff hopes.

      • Cram It says:
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        @Sky: Yeah, a total of .9 points from 3 skill positions is tough to overcome.

        Oh, and fuck the Bears too. What a shitty Sunday!

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Yeah, it really should’ve been a better day offensively for that team. Didn’t get to see the game but I heard McCown was off.

          • J-FOH says:
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            @Sky: You know who ripped people off from the playoffs, Aaron “F**king” Rodgers, quoting me quoting him, ” Ooh, my collarbone is still sore, I’m a big vagina with a cannon on my other arm, I’m not ready because my team won’t make the playoffs anyway, I need to stay healthy for my f**king stupid ass State Farm commercials” F**k that guy, never again will I own that pussy. He’s dead to me.

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              I hope you feel better. It’s a stress relief to type asterisks. I just barely missed the playoffs in a couple of leagues and have been out of it in both RCLs for a while now. My deep league team will stroll in at 8-5 after starting 1-4. Gronk/Stacy/Jennings were huge for me.

              • J-FOH says:
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                @Sky: Since I love animals and hate people I went out last night and kicked random people in bars.

                • Sky

                  Sky says:
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                  Most people at a bar deserve this. I know because I’m one of them.

                  • J-FOH says:
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                    @Sky: @Sky: really, you seemed pretty normal at a bar….until you kicked the crap out of me at street fighter

                  • J-FOH says:
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                    @Sky: @Sky: really, you seemed pretty normal at a bar….until you kicked the crap out of me at street fighter

                    • Sky

                      Sky says:
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                      E. Honda – the only Street Fighter cheat code one needs

          • Cram It says:
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            @Sky: McCown was very off.

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              That’s what I assumed. No way the Vikes defense could’ve been the cause. So frustrating.

              • Prez says:
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                b marsh in two leagues.. i lost both this week by less than 10.. damn him!!

                • Sky

                  Sky says:
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                  Cram it told me that McCown was off all day. Can’t put it all on B-Marsh. but you’d think at least 25% of that Alshon production should’ve gone B-Marsh’s way.

                • Prez says:
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                  Scratch that… Damn you, McClown!

                  • Prez says:
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                    Yeah alson took the cake away. But cant complain, he opens it up for marshall now a days.

                    Man my rcl is toast(thanks arod and dougie!).. but my 3 others all come down to my win, and someone needing to lose… Gonna be a stressful week.

                    • Sky

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                      I think I’m in the playoffs in 50% of leagues this year but zero in RCLs. I’d like to thank RG3 for most of my woes. Guy was so helter skelter this year

                  • Sky

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                    Send in the McClowns…

  12. J-FOH says:
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    F**K Football!…where is January Grey?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      He’s in the deepest most sweetest of your wet dreams.

      • J-FOH says:
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        @Sky: he should, football has only provided me one wet dream all year and that was the monster Stacy week, leaving Tate and Decker on my bench produced a nightmare of being tied to a chair, cut repeatedly by a razor blade, doused in hot sauce and lime juice, and then having to listen to Mumford and Son’s music intertwined with matthew berry talking about baseball for 7 days straight. I hell I only wish upon my worstest of enemies….except Prezzi, he’s a real massacist

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          You just described how I prepare my pork roast…now I’m hungry!

          • J-FOH says:
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            @Sky: you make your pork roast go through the agony of listening to mumford and son and listening to Matthew Berry talk about baseball?…..that poor little roast

            • Sky

              Sky says:
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              If that doesn’t tenderize it, nothing will.

              • Prez says:
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                Ha!!

  13. Prez says:
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    So much violence!

    • J-FOH says:
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      @Prez: I’ll cut you trannyf**ker

      • Prez says:
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        @J-FOH: i went to the baseball side today, seen 20 gareth posts, rolled my eyes and exited out..

        • goodfold2 says:
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          @Prez: he doesn’t post in football for some reason.

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      We’ll be implementing concussion protocols for commenters soon.

      • J-FOH says:
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        @Sky: I had to wrap mu monitor n bubble wrap and made bumpers like the edge of a bar to protect me this year. Now if I could just find a way to stop punching cinder blocks

        • Sky

          Sky says:
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          Your baby’s momma needs to not let you keep buying them. Know when to say when. I’m picturing you with a faux karate suit and eye of the tiger pumping in the background as you punch through them, FWIW.

  14. NPI says:
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    My team is:
    QB Wilson, Smith
    WR Antonio Brown, Josh Gordon, H Douglas, Hilton, Burleson
    RB C Johnson, Moreno, F Jackson, Spiller, Green-Ellis, D Brown
    TE- Gronk
    K Bailey
    DEF Ravens

    As I get closer to the playoffs do you recommend me picking up another WR Crabtree or Amendola? If yes who should I drop?

    Also my def has not helped…who would help me into the playoffs? Miami, Cardinals, Rams, Bears, or Cowboys? Any other recommendations?

    • Sky

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      Not seeing a necessary drop. Could try Burleson for Crabtree for upside. You’re not starting either over the other 4 you have right now, though.

      Defenses are for streaming, not for long stretch pickups. Play matchups.

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