So I go into my Week 9 fantasy game trailing by a slight margin with RB Matt Forte and DB Nate Allen vs WR DeSean Jackson and DE Jason Babin. What a disaster for the both of us. I don’t recall an uglier Monday night outcome for players of this status. I ended up losing by a point. It wasn’t just these guys who had poor a Week 9. It seemed to spread throughout the league, especially at defensive end. Babin, Trent Cole, Terrell Suggs, Justin Smith, Andre Carter, Chris Clemons, Osi Umenyiora, and Justin Tuck are all highly regarded DE’s (many of which had outstanding Week 9 fantasy match-ups on paper) who disappointed. Ugh. I’m so hot for you and you’re so cold.

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Oakland 24, San Diego 17

  • RB Michael Bush got a few extra bucks from his 2012 employer.
  • Newly acquired WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh had more production than WR Darrius Heyward-Bay (and Housh had only one catch). There’s got to be some bad sh!+ lurking beneath the surface for Heyward-Bey.
  • Sweet hands by rookie WR Danarius Moore.
  • LB Kamerion Wimbley made the Chargers’ blocking look like a turnstile.
  • QB Philip Rivers deep ball looks fine, but his intermediate and short passes look terrible. It’s as if he’s throwing with a broken shoulder.
  • Hi WR Vincent Brown. Nice to meet you.
  • The bad fantasy WR Vincent Jackson rears his ugly head again.

 

Arizona at Philadelphia

  • Another week of QB John Skelton. Meh, he wasn’t that bad in Week 9. And WR Larry Fitzgerald did find the end zone for the first time since Week 3.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Eagles give up the fourth most fantasy points to running backs. Beanie Wells is creaking like an abandoned house. Monitor his status Sunday morning. If he’s active, start him.
  • WR Early Doucet is on pace for 68 Receptions, 108 Targets, 874 Receiving Yards, and 6 TD’s. Looks like borderline WR2/3 status to me.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Eagles give up the sixth most fantasy points to linebackers. Stock up Daryl Washington. Consider starting Paris Lenon, who’s played well the past three games (15 Solos, 5 Assists, 0.5 Sack).
  • If your league awards special team points, CB Patrick Peterson is lethal.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Eagles give up the third most fantasy points to safeties. AZCentral via RotoWorld: Richard Marshall is the new starting cornerback in base packages; Marshall moves to safety in nickel and dime packages. He’s been hot lately, so grab him off waivers.
  • QB Michael Vick may be great for fantasy, but you can’t build a NFL team around him. But somehow QB Tim Tebow is the only one who gets slammed weekly.
  • C’mon Andy Reid, RB LeSean McCoy needs more than 16 Rushes.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Cardinals give up the fourth most fantasy points to wide receivers. Just the boost an ice-cold DeSean Jackson needs, who I think was born in the artic zone. Stock up Jeremy Maclin.
  • What’s gotten into TE Brent Celek? He’s suddenly fantasy useful.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Cardinals have moved from 19th to 4th in fantasy points given up to kickers. Rookie Alex Henery makes a great start despite having an extra “e” in his last name.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Cardinals give up the most fantasy points to defensive ends. Stock up Jason Babin and Trent Cole.
  • The Bears are stingy giving up points to linebackers, so you should take note of the fine games by LB’s Jamar Chaney and Brian Rolle.
  • DB Kurt Coleman is streaky, so don’t go cutting a proven fantasy vet for him.

 

Tennessee at Carolina

  • QB Peyton Manning’s absence is getting the headlines for what he meant to his team, but QB Matt Hasselbeck has been at-a-minimum-serviceable in all but one game this year. The Seahawks made a big mistake.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Panthers give up the most fantasy points to running backs. Put your hand on the heat, c’mon Chris Johnson, let’s go.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Panthers give up the third fewest fantasy points to wide receivers. Bench Damien Williams, Lavelle Hawkins, and an injured Nate Washington.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Panthers have moved from 24th to 14th in fantasy points given up to tight ends. Jared Cook is uninspiring, but it’s a good match-up.
  • The once superb fantasy option LB Will Witherspoon, past three games: 4 Solos, 3 Assists.
  • DB Jordan Babineaux has at least 5+ Solos plus PD’s in five of his past six games, and is coming off an impressive 11 Solo Week 9 performance. He’s gaining steam on DB1 status.
  • Reminder to cave dwellers: QB Cam Newton is a must start every week, and WR Steve Smith is a Top 5 fantasy WR.
  • RB DeAngelo Williams was a colossal waste of money for Carolina and he’s a flex play at best. When you’re old, nobody will know that you was a beauty, a sweet sweet beauty, a sweet sweet beauty, but stone stone cold.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Titans give up the third fewest fantasy points to linebackers. Stock down James Anderson.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Titans give up the third fewest fantasy points to safeties. Ignore Sherrod Martin and Charles Godfrey.

 

Houston at Tampa Bay

  • Keep the faith QB Matt Schaub owners. He’s had poor fantasy match-ups lately. Business will pick up.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Buccaneers have moved from 16th to 6th in fantasy points given up to running backs. Stock up Arian Foster. I don’t see this game being a blow-out, so keep Ben Tate on the bench.
  • WR Andre Johnson owners are getting itchy.
  • LB Brian Cushing has at least 4+ Solos plus PD’s in four of his past five games, and a turnover or sack in three of those games. Ideally, it should be 6+ Solos plus PD’s, but it’s still progress.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Texans give up the fourth fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks. Bench Josh Freeman in 12-team leagues.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Texans give up the third fewest fantasy points to running backs. Bench LeGarrette Blount.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Texans have moved from 13th to 25th in fantasy points given up to wide receivers. Mike Williams is coming around of late, but he hasn’t scored since Week 1. Bench him and Arrelious Benn. Only use Preston Parker if you get special team points – I hear Houston’s offense is pretty good.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Texans give up the third fewest fantasy points to tight ends. Bench Kellen Winslow.
  • CB Ronde Barber is now leading the Buc’s Individual Defensive Players in fantasy points. If only he could get his brother a job.

 

Washington at Miami

  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Dolphins give up the fourth most fantasy points to quarterbacks. I dare you to start John Beck.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Dolphins have moved from 17th to 27th in fantasy points given up to running backs. Looks like it’s rookie Roy Helu manning the backfield, that is until Mike Shanahan changes his mind. Lots of dump-offs is great for PPR leagues, but it’s still a dangerous start.
  • LB London Fletcher, past four games: 30 Solos, 20 Assists, 1 Int, 5 PD’s. I call no jinx – he’s back.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Dolphins give up the third most fantasy points to cornerbacks. Consider using Deangelo Hall and Josh Wilson in deep leagues.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Dolphins have moved from 9th to 19th in fantasy points given up to safeties. Stock down LaRon Landry.
  • C’mon scaredy cat, start Beck.
  • RB Reggie Bush will never be a RB1, but it’s nice to see he’s climbed into RB2 status.
  • Give up on WR Davone Bess.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Redskins have moved from 23rd to 3rd in fantasy points given up to kickers. Dan Carpenter is a great fantasy play.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Redskins give up the third most fantasy points to linebackers. Stock up Karlos Dansby and Kevin Burnett. Speaking of Burnett, I’ve got to toot my own horn. Last week I stated “… his stats have been improving of late. Pick him up if you have roster room.” He went cuckoo for coco puffs in Week 9 with 10 Solos, 2 Assists, and 1.5 Sacks.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Redskins give up the most fantasy points to safeties. Stock up Yermiah Bell.
  • Don’t even think about Beck. You’ll get your tongue frozen to the flagpole.

 

Jacksonville at Indianapolis

  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Colts give up the fifth most fantasy points to quarterbacks. Too bad nobody has a bye this week, ‘cause rookie Blaine Gabbert could have been used.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Colts give up the second most fantasy points to running backs. Stock up Maurice Jones-Drew.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Colts give up the third most fantasy points to wide receivers. Gabbert is averaging 151 passing yards per game. You really want to take a chance with Mike Thomas or Jason Hill?
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Colts give up the fewest fantasy points to linebackers. Stock down Daryl Smith and Paul Posluszny.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Colts give up the fewest fantasy points to safeties. Dawan Landry is quietly having a nice season, but this ain’t the week to use him.
  • The Colts will not pick up QB Peyton Manning’s option, and he will be wearing a new uniform in 2012.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Jaguars give up the second fewest fantasy points to wide receivers. I’m strongly debating benching Pierre Garcon. I’m definitely benching Reggie Wayne. I tried re-wiring him, tried re-firing him, I think his engine is permanently stalled.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Jaguars give up the third most fantasy points to tight ends. Remember Jacob Tamme? Too bad it’s not Manning throwing to him.
  • Did DL’s Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney retire?
  • I thought DL Jerry Hughes was supposed to be a great prospect.
  • DB Antoine Bethea, past three games: 19 Solos, 9 Assists, 3 PD’s. I’ve been ignoring him all year, and I was mildly surprised to see him ranked inside the Top 20 DB’s. My apologies.

 

Denver at Kansas City

  • QB Tim Tebow’s college-style offense was adorable, but now opponents will prepare. Remember the Dolphins’ debut of the Wildcat in 2008? Defenses eventually catch up.
  • RB Willis McGahee has officially closed the book on RB Knowshon Moreno. A few weeks ago, I turned down Moreno and Jermaine Gresham for Anquan Boldin. Some proof that I’m a “fantasy writer”, not an “fantasy expert”.
  • WR Eric Decker is a Top 20 WR. Before the season started, I predicted Top 100. Good job Decker. Bad job me.
  • Lately, LB Wesley Woodyard has been getting more points than LB Joe Mays. Ignore both.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Broncos give up the most fantasy points to quarterbacks. You trusted Matt Cassel to have a huge game last week, and he had the same amount of touchdowns as Herman Cain. He and Todd Haley are impossible to predict, so if you couldn’t trade him you are forced to ride it out in deep leagues.
  • Are you waiting for Dexter McCluster’s game-breaking explosive plays? It’s gonna be awhile.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Broncos give up the second most fantasy points to wide receivers. Stock up Dwayne Bowe and Steve Breaston. Only use rookie Jon Baldwin in 16-team leagues.
  • I was in a slight panic at halftime when I noticed LB Derrick Johnson had zero stats. No injury to report, so it was just an off day. Whew.
  • Fantasy owners hate inconsistency. That’s LB Tamba Hali.
  • Fantasy owners love consistency. That’s CB Brandon Flowers.

 

Buffalo at Dallas

  • QB Ryan Fitzpatrick owners, the first three games of the season was so long ago.
  • RB Fred Jackson owners, go pick up RB C.J. Spiller. Most of you are making the fantasy playoffs and you need to guarantee owning a starting running back.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Cowboys give up the second most fantasy points to tight ends. Consider starting Scott Chandler.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Cowboys have moved from 1st to 10th in fantasy points given up to linebackers. Stock down Nick Barnett.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Cowboys give up the fourth most fantasy points to cornerbacks. Stock up Leodis McKelvin and Terrence McGee.
  • If you own rookie RB DeMarco Murray, there is no need to trade for RB Felix Jones. You’d probably give up too much and we have already seen what Jones can (can’t) do with the starting gig.
  • WR Laurent Robinson has become the number one waiver claim with WR Miles Austin returning to the trainer’s room.
  • WR Dez Bryant isn’t where I want him to be.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Bills have moved from 9th to 20th in fantasy points given up to cornerbacks. Bench Terence Newman.

 

New Orleans at Atlanta

  • Wonder why the Chargers are stuck in mud? This game features two premier running backs, Michael Turner and Darren Sproles, that the Chargers opted not to re-sign.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Falcons have moved from 13th to 28th in fantasy points given up to running backs. Stock down Pierre Thomas. Bench Mark Ingram. No need to examine Chris Ivory. Sproles’ receiving skills keep his stock high.
  • WR Robert Meachem, past five games (which includes an o-fer in Week 9): 9 Receptions, 13 Targets, 100 Receiving Yards, zero TD’s. WR Devery Henderson, past six games: 6 Receptions, 12 Targets, 53 Receiving Yards, zero TD’s. They’re so cold cold cold like a tombstone.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Falcons give up the fourth fewest fantasy points to linebackers. Jonathan Vilma was inactive last week, and this match-up is more reason to avoid him.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Saints have moved from 7th to 17th in fantasy points given up to quarterbacks. Stock down Matt Ryan.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Saints have moved from 29th to 20th in fantasy points given up to running backs. Stock up Turner.
  • Rookie WR Julio Jones busted out in Weeks 3 and 4 (then got hurt), so I’m a bit surprised that folks were all gaga over his dominant Week 9. It appears he’s a must-start every week moving forward.
  • LB’s Curtis Lofton and Sean Weatherspoon are still on fire.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Saints give up the second most fantasy points to cornerbacks. Brent Grimes let me down last week, so I’m a bit gun-shy to use him this week.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Saints give up the fourth most fantasy points to safeties. Stock up Thomas DeCoud and William Moore.

 

St. Louis at Cleveland

  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Browns give up the third fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks. Stock down Sam Bradford, who’s yet to have a strong game all year. No, I don’t consider 331 passing yards, 1 TD, 1 turnover a “strong” game.
  • Looks like RB Steven Jackson likes bunching his 100-yard games together.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Browns give up the fewest fantasy points to wide receivers. Stock down Brandon Lloyd. Bench everyone else.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Browns have moved from 32nd to 11th in fantasy points given up to linebackers. Huge bump for James Laurinaitis. Chris Chamberlain has at least 4+ Solos in four consecutive games, so seek his services if you’re desperate in deep leagues.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Browns give up the fifth most fantasy points to safeties. Darian Stewart is on fire and has become a must-start. Also stock up for Quintin Mikell.
  • Colt McCoy is the perfect bye week quarterback… then send him to the waiver wire.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Rams give up the third most fantasy points to running backs. You watch Chris Ogbonnaya-wn last week? Steer clear. Who knows what to expect from Montario Hardesty, and Peyton Hillis seems like a lost cause.
  • I’m through with WR Mohamed Massaquoi.
  • Josh Cribbs is looking like a legitimate receiver over the past two games.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Rams give up the second fewest fantasy points to tight ends. Bench Ben Watson. Cut Evan Moore.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Rams give up the second most fantasy points to defensive ends. Start Jabaal Sheard.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Rams give up the most fantasy points to linebackers. D’Qwell Jackson will remain the top overall linebacker when the week is over. Scott Fujita is a sneaky good fantasy play.

 

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati

  • RB Rashard Mendenhall is on pace for 887 Rushing Yards. When I touch him my hand just froze.
  • WR Antonio Brown’s success caught me by surprise. What about you?
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Bengals have moved from 12th to 25th in fantasy points given up to linebackers. James Harrison was “probable” last week, and he was disrespected by being largely ignored by the experts. Bad job (and skip over my DB rankings last week). Start him regardless of the fantasy match-up. All other LB’s belong on the bench, unless LaMarr Woodley is active.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Steelers give up the fifth fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks. Rookie Andy Dalton’s hair matches the Bengals’ uniform. Seems fitting he was drafted by an orange team.
  • I saw a few live plays last week of RB Cedric Benson. He ran hard, but then I see his final stats and they are unimpressive.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Steelers give up the fifth fewest fantasy points to wide receivers. Stock down A.J. Green. Bench Jerome Simpson.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Steelers give up the third most fantasy points to defensive ends. Stock up Carlos Dunlap, who’s put up good stats over his last three games. Keep in mind he’s not an every down player and is feast or famine. Michael Johnson has been invisible lately, so I’d stay away from him.

 

Baltimore at Seattle

 

NY Giants at San Francisco

  • QB Eli(te) Manning indeed.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: 49ers give up the second fewest fantasy points to running backs. Stock down Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw (if he’s active).
  • Did you buy low on WR Mario Manningham?
  • From the land of the strange, Jake Ballard is a Top 5 TE since Week 4.
  • If the Giants’ D-line dominates, they win, comfortably.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: 49ers give up the fifth fewest fantasy points to linebackers. Stock down Mathias Kiwanuka despite his hot play of late (past three games: 17 Solos, 9 Assists, 2.5 Sacks, 1 FF, 1 Int, 1 PD). Also stock down on Michael Boley
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: 49ers give up the fewest fantasy points to cornerbacks. Bench Corey Webster.
  • Throw it… Throw it… Throw it… Whap! QB Alex Smith’s lack of awareness is going to get him killed.
  • Keep holding your breath RB Frank Gore owners, and make sure you’ve acquired his handcuff, rookie RB Kendall Hunter.
  • WR Braylon Edwards now has two games played since his month long injury. It’s time to produce. I’m not suggesting he will; I telling him that he must.
  • TE Vernon Davis, past three games: 9 Receptions, 12 Targets, 76 Receiving Yards, zero TD’s. He’s so cold cold cold like an ice cream cone.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Giants give up the second fewest fantasy points to linebackers. Patrick Willis and NaVorro Bowman are indestructible. Part-time player Aldon Smith was finally held in check last week.
  • DB Dashon Goldson was awesome in 2009, disappointed in 2010, and is back to Top 10 DB stats in 2011. I wish we could find out the reason for last year’s clunker.

 

Detroit at Chicago

  • RB Javid Best’s brain still hurts, and the Lions have been incapable of finding a respectable substitute.
  • WR Calvin Johnson will have his hands full with CB Charles Tillman, but he’s still Calvin.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Bears give up the most fantasy points to tight ends. Stock up Brandon Pettigrew.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Bears give up the fourth most fantasy points to defensive ends. Stock up Cliff Avril and Kyle Vanden Bosch.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Bears give up the sixth fewest fantasy points to linebackers. Stock down Stephen Tulloch, DeAndre Levy, and Justin Durant.
  • Who’s been more disappointing, DB Louis Delmas or T.J. Ward?
  • QB Jay Cutler hasn’t thrown for more than 267 yards in five consecutive games. So be it, the Bears are winning.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Lions have moved from 19th to 29th in fantasy points given up to running backs. Stock down Matt Forte and Marion Barber (who’s become a serious pain in Forte owners’ asses).
  • Welcome WR Earl Bennett.
  • LB’s Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs are too fast and too smart for scrambling quarterbacks.

 

New England at NY Jets

  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Jets give up the fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks. Stock down Tom Brady.
  • What’s happened to the Pats’ running game? You figure they would at least be average considering they have two tight ends on the field almost always.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Jets give up the fourth fewest fantasy points to wide receivers. Stock down Wes Welker and Deion Branch. Chad Ochocinco is still M.I.A.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Jets give up the fifth most fantasy points to linebackers. Jerod Mayo now has two games played since his injury. It’s time to produce, which he will.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Jets give up the third fewest fantasy points to cornerbacks. Stock down Devin McCourty and Kyle Arrington.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Patriots give up the second most fantasy points to quarterbacks. No negative points for cringing, so Mark Sanchez is in for a big day.
  • I trust RB LaDainian Tomlinson a lot more than RB Shonn Greene.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Patriots give up the most fantasy points to wide receivers. Stock up Santonio Holmes and Plaxico Burress.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Patriots have moved from 14th to 23rd in fantasy points given up to cornerbacks. Stock down Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Patriots give up the second most fantasy points to safeties. Stock up Jim Leonhard and Eric Smith.

 

Minnesota at Green Bay

  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Packers give up the third most fantasy points to quarterbacks. Stock up rookie Christian Ponder, but seriously don’t use him solely because you get to watch him on Monday night.
  • RB Adrian Peterson is back where he belongs.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Packers have moved from 14th to 5th in fantasy points given up to wide receivers. Stock up Percy Harvin and Michael Jenkins.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Packers have moved from 18th to 8th in fantasy points given up to tight ends. Visanthe Shiancoe has at least had a pulse with Ponder.
  • Why couldn’t the Chiefs find money to pay DE Jared Allen? Were they really that scared of his off-field issues?
  • While E.J. Henderson has been inconsistent, Chad Greenway has been lighting it up. Past four games: 28 Solos, 13 Assists, 1 FR, 1 PD.
  • Get your ass on the field CB Antoine Winfield, please.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Vikings have moved from 18th to 7th in fantasy points given up to quarterbacks. Can Aaron Rodgers’s stock go any higher? He’s the burning bush, he’s the burning fire, he’s the bleeding volcano.
  • Just a matter of time when the big three Packer receivers ranks higher than James Starks.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Vikings have moved from 18th to 7th in fantasy points given up to wide receivers. Stock up Greg Jennings, Jordy Nelson, and James Jones.
  • Past 4 weeks, Points Allowed: Vikings have moved from 16th to 6th in fantasy points given up to tight ends. Stock up Jermichael Finley.
  • Just think, if LB Nick Barnett stayed healthy, we may never have seen the fantasy greatness of LB Desmond Bishop.
  • Season-to-date, Points Allowed: Vikings give up the fourth fewest fantasy points to safeties. Stock down Charles Woodson, Sam Shields, and Tramon Williams.
  • Playing with a cast on one hand is hurting the value of DB Morgan Burnett. Over the same time frame, DB Charlie Peprah is putting up big stats. We’ll see if it continues when the cast comes off.

 

Vegas, NFL Spreads Week 10, Season Record 19-15-1

  • Buffalo (+6)  at  Dallas
  • Detroit (+3)  at  Chicago
  • NY Giants (+3.5)  at  San Francisco

 

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  1. Emily says:
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    Would you start Matt Ryan or Christian Ponder?

  2. Flex Buster says:
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    14 PPR, who deserves to start in my flex position?

    McGahee, Tate, Manningham, J. Nelson, A. Brown.

  3. anthony says:
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    Having trouble deciding who to play at flex. Desean jackson or beanie wells?
    Standard non ppr league.
    Thanks a lot.

  4. zandercage says:
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    L. Blount, P. Harvin or Antonio Brown at Flex this week? Standard scoring.

    Thanks!

  5. Sam says:
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    I have R. White, J. Jones, B. Lloyd, and V. Cruz; I need two for Standard scoring. Thinking “all in” on ATL WR’s. Thoughts?

  6. Brody says:
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    awesome — bonus points for the Stones reference

  7. Chibbs says:
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    Earl Bennet or Owen Daniels?

    pick 1: Carlos Dansby, Navarro Bowman, or Morgan Bennet? (1 defensive player starts)

    Thanks!

  8. Joseph Buccellato

    Joseph Buccellato says:
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    @Sam: makes sense

    @Brody: she’s so cold, emotional rescue, and all about you are great songs – rest of album stinks

    @Chibbs: owen is safe, but i ilke bennett; dansby has great matchup and he’s playing fabulous

  9. Megatron Lives says:
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    For this week and the rest of the way, pick one: Jerod Mayo, David Hawthorne, Kevin Burnett, Sean Lee. Tackle Solo = 1, Tackle Assist = 0.5. Mayo and Lee aren’t 100%.

  10. DB007 says:
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    12 Team PPR,
    Help !!

    Calvin Johnson -WR1
    Wes Welker – WR2

    Need to pick WR3 and Flex from below…

    AJ Green
    Steve Johnson
    Julio Jones

  11. Joseph Buccellato

    Joseph Buccellato says:
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    @Megatron Lives: this week – hawthorne; rest of year, all are solid, but i like mayo if healthy

    @DB007: can’t go wrong with all, but i say julio this week

  12. DB007 says:
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    @Joseph Buccellato:

    So Julio as my flex…How about WR3
    AJ Green or Steve Johnson

  13. Joseph Buccellato

    Joseph Buccellato says:
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    @DB007: woops, didn’t read correctly – go stevie as flex

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