Well, gentlemen (and a few ladies), here we are. My first highly anticipated article, for all of you Razzballers. I know, I know, you are all saying, “Jay? What are you doing bringing a girl on? Don’t you know she has breasts? What could she possibly know about fantasy football?” Well, my steadfastly misogynistic readers, although you are correct, I do have breasts (and they are spectacular), I assure you they do not impinge on my ability to throw down some fantasy football knowledge. One thing I have learned in my years of playing fantasy football is that it’s a lot like dating. Yeah, sure, dating sucks, but depending on where you are picking in your draft, or drafts, your roster(s) can suck too. However, in fantasy football, it is a lot easier to get rid of the deadbeat creeper on your roster than it is to get rid of that real-life creeper living in the bushes outside of my house. [Jay’s Note: I feel like that message came out loud and clear J-FOH.] So, without further ado, join me as I bring you the buys and sells this week, with my first ever “Hit it or Quit” for your viewing pleasure.

 
Dennis Pitta – Pitta managed to hit 10-of-15 targets for 83 yards from Ernie’s hetero-lifemate, Bert, I mean Joe Flacco, despite Flacco’s attempts to seemingly vie for “worst performance in the NFL” in week one. Perhaps the extremely Eastern European unibrow hindered Flacco’s eyesight or aerodynamics, but regardless, Baltimore could potentially be a tight end gold mine as 22 targets went to TE’s in the game. If you want to snag some points, Pitta is that hot brunette in the bar at the end of the night. So work up the nerve and Hit It.

 
Knowshon Moreno – If it wasn’t for Moreno, Tannehill would still be walking around, throwing to random peeps NOT wearing a Miami jersey, and they probably would’ve lost the game. Moreno rushed 24 times for 134 yards and a TD. Despite coming off the bench behind Lamar Miller after having a case of premature fumbleitis, Moreno took over and basically schooled the Pats. Don’t let Miller’s role as Miami’s go-to passing-down back spook you from picking up Moreno, as he appears to be Miami’s bae on early downs. He is solid in the RB2 position, so buy him a drink and Hit It.

 
Pierre Thomas and Mark Ingram – Someone call Dr. Moreau and get him to N’Orleans, because I have dreams of some Thomas/Ingram genetic mashup, creating one, giant, unstoppable RB monster. The splits between them garner them both a flex opportunity for your roster, or rosters. Thomas rushed 7 times for 31 yards and caught 6 passes for 58 and appears to be Brees’ boo as a passing-down back. Ingram rushed 13 times for 60 a yards and two TD’s and was clearly the number one go-to on early downs for the Saints. The Saints backfield is still a giant blackhole of nothingness, but Ingram is your best chance for a fantasy hookup. Double team ‘em and Hit It.

 
Justin Forsett – With Ray Rice knocking himself out of a job and being released from the Ravens Monday, Forsett has now stepped up and is looking to be the number one starter for the Ravens’ backfield. With Bernard Pierce being benched for his first ever fumble Sunday, it may suggest there are some other things going on with the back, which have not come to light yet. In the meantime, if you need to fill a slot, Forsett may garner some flex discussion in week two as Baltimore takes on the face-stompin’ Steelers of Pittsburgh. He’s not one to keep around for any long-term plans, but for now, go ahead and dish out a guilt free Hit It.

 
Kansas City Chiefs Defense & Special Teams – Coming into week one ranked a top eight defense, KC got KO’d by the Titans Sunday. The next five games don’t prove to be any less of a challenge either, as they are slated to take on the Broncos, Dolphins, Patriots, and Chargers. Like a hot chick with cold sores, Quit It and pass…at least until week 7 (or the Valtrex starts working) and reassess for usefulness.

 
Maurice Jones-Drew – MJD looked like he was running on two amputated legs while pulling a flatbed full of Jenny Craig rejects. There was clearly nothing left in the tank, as he only managed to rush for 11 yards on nine carries. He showed little to no lateral maneuverability and basically just ran in straight lines and didn’t look like he wanted to bother to break any tackles. Why he is still listed as the number one back on the Raiders’ depth chart, is beyond me. He’s the conquest who will just lay there and not put in any effort. Save yourself the hassle and Quit It.

 
Bernard Pierce – Benched after his first ever fumble in Sunday’s loss to the Bengals, Pierce may have to earn his spot back from Justin Forsett. Pierce’s sudden onset of fumbleitis and the subsequent benching may indicate that the Ravens see more issues with Pierce than meets the eye. Many fantasy writers will tell you to hold onto him because of his age and blah, blah, blah, but with Ray Rice now collecting unemployment checks, Justin Forsett appears to be next in line. Pierce did me wrong this week and cost me -0.60 fantasy points. So, for that, and all this other speculation, I am over the drama and I am about to Quit It.

 
Jordan Reed – I know, I am probably going to get a ton of sh*t for this pick, but listen up, before you call for my public stoning… three concussions over college and pro careers, hamstring, knee, foot, ankle, quad, and hip injuries, with the hammy being an issue again currently, and recently needing and MRI, Reed does not look like he will be playing anytime soon. He makes me nervous, plain and simple. The frequency and severity of the injuries rolls in like some thick, dark, storm cloud… or that creeper living in my bushes. Yeah, I agree, he is worth holding on to in 12-14 team leagues, but with Logan Paulsen getting the start right now, is Reed, aka Humpty Dumpty, really worth holding on to and trying to put back together again? I will let you make the call on this one, but don’t blame me when the super glue ceases to work. He is a Quit It for me.

 
 

So, there you have it, Razzballers, week one is in the books. Love me, hate me, whatever, I’m the one with the writer’s credit. Just give me a reason to say, “I told ya so.” I hope this was as good for you as it was for me. And if it wasn’t, you can find me on twitter. Until next week, my lovelies!

  1. Dallas says:
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    Howdy jennifer

    My RB’s are gio Bernard, Tate, MJD, gerhart, Ahmad Bradshaw, Terrance west & Jeremy hill

    Would you drop kenny Britt (my WR’s are demaryius Thomas , Crabtree , cordarrelle patterson, Kelvin Benjamin, Markus Wheaton)

    To add either justin forsett, Lorenzo taliaferro, Benny Cunningham or bobby Rainey, or Brian quick, or Allen hurns? I’m number one in the waiver order not sure to stand pat leave the roster as is

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      You can’t go wrong with either a Forsett or Taliafero add. With Pierce benched and not looking good in the eyes of Harbaugh, Tali may have just inadvertantly moved to #2 on the depth chart behind Forsett. If you can snag them both, go for it. Play Forsett and bench Tali. I’d bench MJD until I see if he is able to get the lead out for maybe another week or so. If he continues to look like he did this past week, then he is not worth it and it may be time for us to all move on from the MJD lovin. @Dallas:

  2. vinodole says:
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    A girl writing about football! This is an outrage!

    Nice first article – lots of giggles. Although maybe take it easy with all the knocks on guys hiding in bushes… How else are we supposed to express both social anxiety and adulation in one perfect gesture!?!?

    Who’s the medium-term (next 3-5 weeks) add out of Ingram, Forsett, T West and Bradshaw?

    Thanks!

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      Ingram is clearly the go to man on early downs. He had 14 touches this past weekend which were the most among any other Saint’s backs. He is a good Flex play against the Browns this coming week. Bradshaw on the other hand could end up being a goldmine for any fantasy team, especially if his role continues to step up and Richardson struggles. They are a good matching pair to try to snag, but I have to say that Bradshaw is looking like the better fantasy option at this point. @vinodole:

      • vinodole says:
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        @Jennifer Warner: Cool, thanks. Jay Wrong advised me to keep Woodhead over Bradshaw.. do you disagree? (I won’t tell – I promise!!!)

        • Jennifer

          Jennifer Warner says:
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          @vinodole: He’s a good Flex option. I am big on upcoming players and I think big things are in store for Woody.

          • Chicken Dinner says:
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            @Jennifer Warner: “big things are in store for Woody.”

            That’s hot.

            • Jennifer

              Jennifer Warner says:
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              @Chicken Dinner: You caught the innuendo. You are worthy of continuing to receive my wisdom.

  3. Bryan says:
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    Enjoyed your writing style, I’m a fan.

    Would you start Locker vs Dallas or Cutler @ San Francisco?

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      For sure, Locker vs. Dallas. For one, it’s Dallas…no offense to Cowboys fans. Locker was consistently moving the offense last weekend and with Dallas coming up this week, he is quite the tempting favorite. Cutler struggled last week and with San Fran’s defense raking in a nice 18.00 points for me this past week, I don’t see the Cutler being able to do much. I am benching him for my other QB this week for that reason. @Bryan:

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @Bryan: Thanks for the compliment! Always happy to recruit a new fan!

  4. KK says:
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    Currently own Andre Ellington and Dwyer (handcuff) worth dropping Dwyer for a waiver claim on Bradshaw?

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      Dwyer will only make sense if Ellington misses playing time. I say go for the drop on Dwyer and see if you can snag Bradshaw on waivers. Bradshaw is a better fantasy option at this point. @KK:

  5. Sky

    Sky says:
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    Jordan Reed is already dead. I hate my life.

    • J-FOH says:
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      @Sky: he was on my don’t draft list. Strangely I had 4 Tight Ends I like this year, besides yours of course and they are Graham, Thomas, Rudolph and Ertz. Everyone else can go suck it.

      • Sky

        Sky says:
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        @J-FOH: Reed is a top 5 TE if he stays healthy. Unfortch, dude is basically bubble boy without the bubble

        • J-FOH says:
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          @Sky: that new offense scares the crap out of me.

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      He’s basically a walking corpse at this point anyway. I’d call him the Terminator, but that seems like a stretch. So, yeah, I am sticking with a walking corpse. He better hope Rick Grimes doesn’t happen to pass him on the street. @Sky:

  6. J-FOH says:
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    *starts slow clap*

    Now it’s official and I never lurked in the bushes, I’m in the tree across the street. See me, I’m waving at you right now. Really heels on a Tuesday after Labor day?

    • J-FOH says:
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      @J-FOH: Really? No Reply? #slighted

      • Jennifer

        Jennifer Warner says:
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        @J-FOH: The Razzball writer you are trying to reach can no longer be reached at this IP address. Please try your stalking on someone else. (ERROR: 45786)

        • J-FOH says:
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          @Jennifer Warner: It was the heels remark wasn’t it?

          • Jennifer

            Jennifer Warner says:
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            @J-FOH: You know too much…

  7. CL says:
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    Let’s talk bench, my bench. 12 team 1pt PPR.

    I dumped Cecil Shorts for Locker to back up / fill in for Luck… you think I’m wasting a spot?

    My short bench:
    Locker
    Josh Gordon
    Bradshaw
    Kelce

    I like my bench, how about you?

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      I think that is a pretty solid bench, if you ask me! Kelce should have a bigger load (hee hee) going forward with a gradual increase in his utilization. Let him sit comfortably on your bench until that happens, then unleash the beast. I also have Gordon sitting quitely on several of my benches…patience, grasshopper. Bradshaw is a phenomenal fantasy lock and Locker will be in Dallas for week 2. I anticipate a nice game for him in the Lone Star state since he moved the ball so well on offense this past weekend. @CL:

  8. I got Jamaaled by a bear says:
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    Well breast or no breast awesome article!

    Do you think that score in the Rams/Vikings game was flukeish or should I be looking for a new defense? I still think that ram’s pass rush is too good, to not be a good D.

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      I like the Rams D. I also happen to know that they have one of my Pitt Alum’s, Aaron Donald. Kid was a beast when he was here. Too bad it was overshadowed by Pitt’s horrible offense. The Defense/Special Teams is projected double digits for fantasy this coming week. I would stick with them. @I got Jamaaled by a bear:

      • Jennifer

        Jennifer Warner says:
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        @Jennifer Warner: P.S…Thanks for the compliment on the article. I told you all that breasts don’t impede my ability to throw down some fantasy football knowledge!

  9. jim says:
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    i just traded hartline and pierce for fitzgerald in PPR league. Thoughts?

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @jim: I have Fitzy in a couple leagues myself. Maybe it’s the homer in me, but because he’s a Pitt alum, I have a soft spot for him. I nabbed him because he looked spot on in preseason. He was quicker and sharper, but with him only getting 4 targets this past week, his contract being up next season, and the presence of Floyd, Ellington, etc, I think Fitzy’s days of seeing the action that he once did are over. Still not too shabby to keep around as a WR2, which is what I am planning to do, since I also have Ellington. Even trading Hartline and Pierce away for Fitzy, you still made out in the deal.

  10. My Vick is Itchy says:
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    10 team standard league 2 wrs/1 flex

    1) trade my julius thomas/ingram for lynch/martellus bennett

    2) julius thomas/stacy for AP/Kelvin Benjamin

    3) JT straight up for either AJ Green or Brandon Marshall

    QB Romo
    RB Morris/Stacy/Mathews/Ingram/Bradshaw
    WR Jeffery/Cruz/Sanders/Wayne

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @My Vick is Itchy: I’d be all over that Lynch/Bennett trade like flies on shit. Bennett is a nice TE1 for next week’s matchup with San Fran. Also, I am not a huge Lynch fan but I caught some flack before the season started because I was telling people to draft him, even before AP, and had they listened to me, they would’ve raked in the 24.90 fantasy points he snagged for me this past week.

  11. Mike says:
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    Would u trade FJAX and decker for Cobb?
    10 team standard

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @Mike: FJax is a good option for RB2 or Flex options since the Bills can’t seen to work out balancing the load (tee hee) between him and Spiller just yet. Decker and Smith seemed to be playing a game of chip away yardage wise and with a really tough schedule coming up, it is unclear at this time how that will play out. I would say that if the Bills can get the workload balanced between FJax and Spiller and if Smith and Decker can continue to build their circle of trust with one another, it is probably a safer bet to keep them over Cobb since he’s really Rodgers’ No. 2 guy. But that would require you to wait it out and see what develops. If you want quicker gains, then I say take the trade and snag Cobb since you already know what you are getting with him

  12. Mike says:
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    Jeffrey and FJAX for Julio jones??
    My other RBS are Lacy,Moreno,Vereen,Ingram

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @Mike: Jefferey killed me this week with that damn hammy and FJax is still trying to find his place and share the workload with Spiller. On the other hand, Jones roped in 116 yards against NO on 7 passes and if he can stay healthy, will continue to be a top-end WR1. Unload Jefferey and FJax and go for Jones but be wary of his proclivity for injury to that foot.

  13. Mike says:
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    Lacy and Jeffrey for Calvin??
    10 team standard
    Working on some trades

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @Mike: Lacy is concussed and MAY be back for week 2, but one concussion makes you more prone to a second, and a third, and so on. Concussions always spook me away from picking up players. Probably because I have had one before and know how long it really takes until you’re 100% again…if you ever really are. If you can unload Lacy and Jefferey for Calvin, then you Sir, are a fantasy football criminal and my new best friend. Go for it!

  14. billy bob bob billy says:
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    im trying to decide whether to pick up a.bradshaw or shonn greene. need a flex play. should i drop sankey, hill or crabtree?

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @billy bob bob billy: Greene is a good Flex option going into week 2 because they have the paper mache defense of Dallas. I’d keep Sankey since he saw more work than Greene.

  15. Dave says:
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    Someone offered me Russell Wilson and Alshon Jeffery for my Jay Cutler and Mike Wallace in a PPR, definitely say yes right? I must be missing something as to why I got that offer?

    Great first article btw and thanks.

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @Dave: Thanks for reading! Well, the only thing I can say to that is it is not nice to take advantage of the mentally challenged, but how else are they supposed to learn? Jump on that before the person who offered that trade sobers up and realizes what they have done!

  16. augie says:
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    Both Cooks and Benjamin are available for pickup in waivers. My worst receiver is Riley Cooper. Was going tobpick b up one of the two rookies. Wasn’t sure which one I should try to grab first. Who would you rate is stronger for the rest of the season? I am back and forth. Benjamin is by himself. Cooks has a lot of other guys that could steal points. League is 0.5ppr.

    Other guy I have is Richardson which might be a waste.

    Al

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @augie: Benjamin…without a doubt! Although there is some speculation that he may be looking at a lot of double coverage this season, he showed last week that being draped in defenders makes no difference.

  17. mindicohn says:
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    10 tm ppr.

    I have crappy wr- bowe hunter boldin shorts and m.Lee
    Rb have forte Murray martin gore blount
    Been offered one of k.Allen maclin or ty Hilton for gore…
    I jump on that right? If so, how u rank?

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @mindicohn: I like Maclin since he took 90%+ of the offensive snaps last week. His ACL worries me, but he is looking healthy. If Foles can find his groove and not miss Mac again like he did last week, you could be looking at some big gains.

      I rank:
      Maclin
      Allen
      Hilton

  18. mcBlunty says:
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    full point ppr, drop britt for forsett or hurns, or just keep britt

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @mcBlunty: Drop Britt, pick up Forsett. Britt is losing work to Quick, while Forsett is the #1 guy thanks to Rice’s dismissal. Britt also cost you some points last week, didn’t he? 0 on 3 targets…not a good start. Re-read my article and then ask me again why you shouldn’t pick up Forsett. ;)

  19. The Great Zombino says:
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    Two questions:

    1. Use my number 1 waiver priority on Terrance West? RB is the weakest part of my team.

    2. Marry me? please?

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @The Great Zombino: 1. Go for it. Now that Tate is out with his knee, West and Crowell make a nice team. Although, keep an eye out because Crowell c*** blocked West last week against the Steelers and roped in 2 TDs for himself. West is a solid add for fantasy owners and is only like 56% owned in most leagues. It’ll also depend on how long Tate is out and how he can perform when he comes back.

      • Jennifer

        Jennifer Warner says:
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        @Jennifer Warner: 2. What’s the upside for me?

        • The Great Zombino says:
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          @Jennifer Warner: I wear deodorant daily and chew with my mouth closed. ;) that’s every ladies dream man, amiright!

          That’s for the West advice, I am gonna roll with him this week.

  20. Ron says:
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    Welcome Jennifer!! Glad to have another ear to bend.

    In a .5PPR league Baldwin is the lowest guy on the totem pole. Below is the list of available WR and RB.

    WR: Hurns, Baldwin, Quick, Floyd, Hester, Avery or Sanu.
    RB: Crowell, Rainey, Jacquizz

    Who are your top 3 I should drop Baldwin for?

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @Ron: Thank you, Sir! Glad to be here to break up the sausage fest that is Razzball! To answer your questions:

      1. Hurns – (He’s not going to keep his starting job ahead of Shorts though)
      2. Quick – (Although STL is having QB problems right now)
      3. Sanu – (Expect heavy snaps until Jones returns, at least)

      – Rainey could be a good pick up too since he is the primary back in hurry up offense play. He is also looking at an RB4 slot. Worthy of a look.
      – Leave Hester on the waiver wire
      – I am not even going to bother mentioning Avery. He may be in next week’s Hit it or Quit it

  21. SportiveTricks says:
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    Nice debut piece, Jennifer!

    I’ve been offered Andre Johnson for Vereen. I’m kinda meh on Johnson, and so is Jay, and I really like Vereen’s upside although he is my 3rd out of 4 RB in a league with two spots.

    Thoughts?

    Thanks!

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @SportiveTricks: Thank you! Glad you liked it!
      I agree with Jay on this one. I am not big on Johnson either…wait, what? That came out wrong! I would keep Vereen and I am not just saying that because I am a Pats fan. I think he would’ve seen more action last week had the Pats offense been so wackadoodle. Plus, Johnson injured his ankle last week. They are saying it is not a big deal and he should be able to start week 2, but ankles are funny things sometimes. Stay strong, my brutha, and hold onto old Shane-a-reeno.

  22. Nikko Respeto says:
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    Hello! this is my team:
    QB – Matt Ryan – Falcons
    RB – Jamaal Charles – Chiefs
    RB – Bishop Sankey – Titans
    RB – DeAngelo Williams – Panthers
    WR – Michael Crabtree – 49ers
    WR – Mike Evans – Buccaneers
    TE – Rob Gronkowski – Patriots
    PK – Justin Tucker – Ravens
    DEF – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Buccaneers

    Bench:
    RB – Jeremy Hill – Bengals
    RB – Dexter McCluster – Titans
    RB – Danny Woodhead – Chargers
    WR – Jerricho Cotchery – Panthers
    WR – Brian Hartline – Dolphins
    WR – Markus Wheaton – Steelers
    TE – Jared Cook – Rams

    I was offered: CJ 81, spiller and Ertz for Charles, Gronk and Crabtree. What do you think?

    • Nikko Respeto says:
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      @Nikko Respeto: I was also offered Forte and Julius for Jaamal and Gronk

      • Jennifer

        Jennifer Warner says:
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        @Nikko Respeto: Ooooo, I missed this comment somehow! Forte AND Thomas for Jaamal and Gronk???!!! What are you waiting for??? Accept that trade before that person making the offer comes down off the paint thinner they are apparently huffing!!!

    • Jennifer

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      @Nikko Respeto: I may lose my membership in Pats Nation for this, but I say go for the trade. Sorry, Gronk! Crabtree is iffy this week due to the calf injury while Ertz is looking like a nice lock at TE1 for week 2. Spiller is sharing the load with Jackson and is presently in contract talks with Buffalo, so keep an eye on that, but over all the workload that he carried last week should be encouraging. Ultimately, the choice is yours though.

  23. Chris says:
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    I’ve just left my wife for you. She’s ok with it. One thing though, can you remove the thorns from your bushes. OUCH!

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @Chris: That’s understandable that she would be. I am a pretty big deal. Haha

  24. ferrisferris says:
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    I am having dreams of Terrance West being the long term RB presence that I need as my bench contains Lamar Miller and Ronnie Hillman. There are others that have the RB woes. Am I inflating his value because its the end of the night, lights are still dim but last song is playing? First day of a 13 week bender, I need to find the one! Bid him high or no?

    • Jennifer

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      @ferrisferris: 16 carries for 100 yards last week against the Steelers and he faces the Saints this week with their abysmal 19th ranked against the run defense? Uh, yeah, roofie him up and take him home! At least until Tate comes back, but then again, Tate will need to bring his A game. West is a solid add for any fantasy team.

  25. Nick Not the Podcast Host says:
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    haha killer opening! Great read.

  26. RYU kidding me? says:
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    I just got offered Kendall Wright and West for my Josh Gordon/Dwyer. Do I take it or do I take my chances with Gordon getting a reduced sentence?

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @RYU kidding me?: Hard to say as I am in the same boat with Gordon in a few of my leagues. I would be a hypocrite if I told you to unload him and he is still sitting patiently at the bottom of a few of my benches. Hold on to him for another week or so. They should be announcing within the next few days what they plan to do with the policy. If it doesn’t turn out like I hope, I will be dumping him for someone with more options as well.

  27. Mike says:
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    Please rank FJAX,Ingram,Moreno ROS
    Need to trade one of them
    10 team standard

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @Mike:
      1. Moreno – This kid needs to be 100% owned
      2. Ingram – Good RB3/Flex option
      3. FJax – He is still trying to find his place behind Spiller

      I’d trade FJax if you have to unload one of them.

  28. uncdrew says:
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    Dating is awesome.

    Welcome to the site.

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @uncdrew: Well thank you! Happy reading!

  29. Antonio Brown's Sensei says:
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    Great Read Jenn! The fantasy gods have answered my cravings for a SEXY female fantasy footballer *snap out of it!…
    Thoughts on Bishop Sankey? Should I pick Ahmad Bradshaw over him in a PPR league?
    Thanks and Welcome to Razzball nation

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @Antonio Brown’s Sensei: Ha ha, well thank you! As I have been saying to my Razzball brothers, “It’s about time you allowed me to break up this sausage fest!”
      I am torn on Sankey. I own him in a few of my leagues but he sits my bench. With Greene, McCluster, and Washington ahead of him, he is nothing more than a RB3/4 right now and does not really have his role defined yet. So, we shall see if he gets more touches in the coming weeks, but I say hold him until his role and purpose are more clearly defined.

      • Jennifer

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        @Jennifer Warner: Yes, go Bradshaw over Sankey.

  30. Frank White says:
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    What’s up Jennifer… I got Kyle Rudolph as my TE. Do you think I should be worried or do you think he’s gonna breakout?

    • Jennifer

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      @Frank White: I think he will break out. He went up against a really tight Rams D this past weekend and still managed a TD. He is a good back end TE1, if you ask me. The V’s have the Pats this week, so he should see more action.

  31. Clint says:
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    I’m wondering how long it’ll be before LaMichael James’s plane lands in Baltimore? That Harbaugh to Harbaugh connection coupled with the lack of RB skills in Baltimore’s going to get him a look, right?

  32. Frank White says:
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    Sorry one more question.. I’m my 12 team 3 WR PPR I got..
    Brees
    Barandon Marshall
    Cruz
    Maclin
    Mathews
    Bush
    Rudolph
    Forsett
    Fred Jackson
    Woodhead
    McFadden
    Larry Donnell
    Boykin
    Nicks
    I was wondering if I should trade Brees n Cruz for Demarco Murray n Wallace?? I have a feeling Cruz is gonna be a bust and My RB’s aren’t the best. I can always grab Big Ben from waivers. You like??

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @Frank White: Wanting to drop Brees with the hopes of picking up Rapersberger off of waivers is the equivalent of passing over Jenna Jamison for Tonya Harding…No comparison. I get your anxiety with Cruz. The guy literally shit the bed in week 1. But look at it this way, how long will the Giants continue to see Donnell and Jernigan as “weapons?” Seriously, I have Cruz in one of my leagues and I am going to hold on to him, at least for another few weeks. He burned me last year too. If you are really wanting to get rid of him and not wait around to see if he turns out to be the player of your dreams, counter with some other offer that allows you to hold onto Brees.

      • Frank White says:
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        Thanks!!

  33. Ralph Lifshitz

    ralph lifshitz says:
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    Killed it! Great job Jennifer! I wish I had breasts…..that would be fun.

    • Jennifer

      Jennifer Warner says:
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      @ralph lifshitz: Thanks, Ralphie! Breasts are fun! Sorry you don’t have them but everyone isn’t perfect. ;)

  34. my sisters friend boyfriend says:
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    Bradshaw and Ivory…hit it or quit it?

    • Jennifer

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      @my sisters friend boyfriend: Hit Bradshaw, especially if Richardson continues to have performance issues. Make it a double team and Hit it with Ivory too, if you can. I love the balanced bromancy workload he has with Chris Johnson. If Ivory can continue to perform like he did in week 1, I anticipate him having more touches and seeing a lot of goal line work.

      • my sisters friend boyfriend says:
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        @Jennifer Warner: Gracias…and I hope thats your real pic or ill report u to the show Catfish!!

  35. ron says:
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    was offered giovani bernard for decker in 1 pt PPR. take it?

    • Jennifer

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      @ron: 3 words…Hue Jackson Offense…Are you high? Yes! Take it! Jackson is in love with Bernard and Bernie is a lock as an RB1/2 every week. Decker was knocked with multiple penalties and basically played a game of pitch and catch for minimal yardage. Take it, TAKE it….TAKE IT! Did I mention you should take it? Ok, good…

  36. augie says:
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    Hi Jennifer, I’m in a 0.5ppr. I need 2 wrote with Crabtree, Cobb, Floyd, and Benjamin.

    Was a little nervous with Crabtree but he is playing Bears.

    • Jennifer

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      @augie: Agreed. He is a good WR2 play this week if he’s healthy. Especially since it’s the Bears. No offense, Chicago!

  37. jim says:
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    i need to start two of these in flex spots for 1 pt PPR league: james jones, marqise lee, danny woodhead, jeremy hill, carlos hyde. which two would you start?

    • Jennifer

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      @jim: Not much to choose from there. I’d go Hyde as an RB4 option and James Jones but don’t expect big returns or points from either one. I hope the rest of your roster can supplement their presence in your lineup.

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