Good god, what was that?

In what, dare I say, was a pretty good football game for a majority of the time (let’s just agree to not include a very morose and slug-paced fourth quarter), the Patriots continued their trend of deflating balls, cheating, receiving biased officiating, beating the Colts, which, based on recent history, was really no surprise. However, as I mentioned in last night’s Sunday Night Football Live Thread, this game really had no business being close, and it’s a testament to either Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis offense playing competently or the New England defense not being as good as we thought. In this case, it might have been a little of both (not including fourth downs, as shown above). But eventually, nature was able to drive the score to it’s most natural environment when mistakes from the Colts started to stack, all with a heaping side of LeGarrette Blount to help drive it all home. Which leads me to wonder, when the Colts draft defensive players, do they make sure that they can’t tackle first? Haha, just kidding, the Colts only draft wide receivers. With the win, the Patriots continue, along with the Bengals, Broncos, Packers, and Panthers to be the only unbeaten teams through Week 6. I’d say half of those teams are mediocre and the other half deserve their record. I’ll let you figure out which team gets the 0.5 left over from that equation…

In other news, I’d like to thank everyone who joined our Razzball-only FanDuel contest this past week. We still have one game to go, but thanks to all 55 readers who decided to play…

Keenan Allen – 14 REC, 157 YDS. Keenan Allen was the first player since Danny Amendola with the Rams in 2012 to catch 11 passes in the first half. He now has the most significant milestone I have ever seen in my life! CBS has such a unique well of useful information! Unfortunately, in what was turning into a record-breaking game for some sort of stat, Allen left in the third quarter from a hip injury. It didn’t seem serious, but we’ll have to wait until later today for an update. If he’s out for any significant amount of time, Malcom Floyd (5 REC, 95 YDS) would be a must-add with Dontrelle Inman (3 REC, 18 YDS, 1 TD) becoming viable in deeper formats.

Danny Amendola – 7 REC, 105 YDS. Over-inflated balls, man.

C.J. Anderson – 13 CAR, 41 YDS and 4 REC, 25 YDS. Give Anderson and Ronnie Hillman (20 CAR, 111 YDS and 3 REC, 4 YDS) some credit… they have, at times, looked like they were in heavy consideration to actually score some fantasy points this season. I mean, in today’s NFL, stuff like that doesn’t matter as long as you try your best.

LeGarrette Blount – 16 CAR, 93 YDS, 1 TD and 1 REC, 11 YDS, 1 TD. THAT GAME, I CALLED IT A “GLUE FACTORY” BECAUSE THE COLTS WERE BEING MURDERED BY BLOUNT-FORCE TRAUMA.

Blake Bortles – 30/53, 331 YDS, 3 TD, 3 INT and 4 CAR, 37 YDS. Bortle Bortle Bort-Bort-Bort. There are only so many words that start with “B” people. My alteration reserve is already exhausted from past weeks…

Tom Brady – 23/37, 312 YDS, 3 TD, 1 INT and 4 CAR, 0 YDS. The Colts have adopted the NFL’s upcoming “no defense allowed” policy a tad bit early I think.

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Martavis Bryant – 6 REC, 137 YDS, 2 TD and 1 CAR, 8 YDS. Jesus, that Martavius Bryant touchdown was like watching someone running Bo Jackson around in Tecmo Bowl.

Jay Cutler – 26/41, 353 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT and 2 CAR, 12 YDS. When Jay Cutler plays well, it’s Bears fans who get the most pissed off, have you noticed that? By the way, welcome back Alson Jeffery (8 REC, 147 YDS, 1 TD), we missed you.

The Cardinals with John Brown (10 REC, 196 YDS), Larry Fitzgerald (8 REC, 93 YDS), and Michael Floyd (5 REC, 50 YDS, 1 TD) just have so many offensive weapons when they are all clicking. I could also be referring to gun ownership. They are located in Arizona, after all.

Kirk Cousins – 24/43, 196 YDS, 1 TD, 2 INT and 1 CAR, 1 YDS. Hello Kirk, nice to see you again, good to see you back to your normal self. You know, while you’re here, I should let you know that I’ll be demoting you to step-nephew.

We replaced Eric Decker (4 REC, 59 YDS, 1 TD, 1 FUM) and Brandon Marshall (7 REC, 111 YDS, 1 TD, 1 FUM) with the Texas Rangers’ infielders. Let’s see if anyone noticed the difference…

Stefon Diggs – 7 REC, 129 YDS. Tackling! It’s bold, I know, but if you do it, you won’t make not Mike Wallace (2 REC, 23 YDS) catch and run for over 100 yards.

Julian Edelman – 6 REC, 50 YDS, 1 TD and 1 CAR, 2 YDS. More insufferable: Edelman or Patriots-Era Wes Welker? I’m feeling it’s a wash here, but I’m willing to listen to others on this important and very pertinent issue.

Pierre Garçon – 5 REC, 28 YDS, 1 TD. Garcon put up a vacation house on Revis Island, but an estoppel action was filed almost immediately.

Toby Gerhart – 9 CAR, 26 YDS and 3 REC, 23 YDS. Let’s be honest, Gerhart has approached late-career Donovan McNabb athleticism… two years ago.

Jimmy Graham – 8 REC, 140 YDS. But where are the rebounds?

T.Y. Hilton – 6 REC, 74 YDS, 1 TD. I’m gonna pull a sheet from the T.Y. Hilton book and make people refer to me as L.Y. Longfellow. I’ll let you figure out what those letters stand for, you get one try in the comment section, and the first correct answer wins a Razzball t-shirt of your choice… good luck!

DeAndre Hopkins – 10 REC, 148 YDS, 2 TD. Gotta admire the classiness of the Jaguars fans, who stayed quiet for both their offense and the Texans.

Chris Ivory – 20 CAR, 146 YDS, 1 TD and 3 REC, 50 YDS. If Ivory were that powerful and elusive in real life, elephants would be ruling the Earth.

Ryan Fitzpatrick – 19/26, 253 YDS, 2 TD, 1 INT and 4 CAR, 31 YDS, 1 TD. Feel the Fitzmagic! No seriously, magic’s the only way that happened. You know what is also magic? The way his beard is growing. I expect in the next couple of weeks that the Jets starting offensive lineup will include Mad Jack Churchill, Old Number Seven, and Grizzly Adams.

Arian Foster – 18 CAR, 53 YDS and 5 REC, 59 YDS, 1 TD. Foster is always described as a violent runner (especially yesterday), but how does one run violently? Is he just stabbing and shooting people as he runs by?

Antonio Gates – 9 REC, 95 YDS. The Packers’ defense doesn’t sit back and get picked apart people. No, they’re better than that. They blitz every play and get picked apart.

Colin Kaepernick – 16/27, 340 YDS, 2 TD and 3 CAR, 10 YDS. I think it says a lot that the Ravens gave up 340 passing yards to Kaepernick. Mainly that the Ravens secondary is complete and utter ass.

Jeff Janis – 2 REC, 79 YDS. I don’t like this Janus guy. Seems two-faced. *Farts, leaves room.*

Andre Johnson – 3 REC, 35 YDS. Remembering Andre Johnson: How I Could Have Put My Team In A Better Position To Win, by Chuck Pagano.

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Duke Johnson Jr. – 9 CAR, 38 YDS and 3 REC, 39 YDS. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, can we change the Browns’ name to the Cleveland Prolapses?

Landry Jones – 8/12, 168 YDS, 2 TD and 1 CAR, -1 YDS. Your 2016 Cleveland Browns starting quarterback, Landry Jones! *Rushes to pick up Landry Jones. “Hey, how many points does he get for a hand-off to Bell? Oh, none? F*ck.” Rushes to drop Landry Jones.* Jones entered the game after Michael Vick (3/8, 6 YDS and 5 CAR, 47 YDS) suffered a hamstring injury. And also sucking. Doesn’t really matter, as he might have actually pulled a hamstring muscle because he sucked. Or visa versa. He had only three completions, and like two of them were for negative yardage. I mean, there’s no forward pass in rugby, right? So we know Vick can run a rugby offense…

Andrew Luck – 30/50, 312 YDS, 3 TD and 4 CAR, 35 YDS. As an architect, I’ll bet Luck could design some pretty good mud huts. While he seemed back to his normal Brett Farve like-self, (questionable and authoritative slinging) after sitting out two games with an unspecified shoulder issue, I think it’s more important to establish that his favorite movie is “The Girl with the Wagon Tattoo”.

Peyton Manning – 26/48, 290 YDS, 1 TD, 3 INT. Manning has the throwing motion of a catapult, and none of the damage. Honestly, I’ve seen squib kicks that had better spirals than the ducks he’s throwing now. Really, it’s almost sad… Manning is aging before our eyes at a rate only previously seen in Indiana Jones movies.

E.J. Manuel – 28/42, 263 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT and 6 CAR, 22 YDS, 1 TD. Wow, Manuel looked competent. Did someone put something in my beer?

Josh McCown – 20/39, 213 YDS, 2 TD, 2 INT and 3 CAR, 12 YDS. More like McClown, amiright?

Donte Moncrief – 6 REC, 69 YDS, 1 TD. Good crief.

Greg Olsen – 7 REC, 131 YDS, 1 TD. Mary-Kate and Ashley are so proud of their brother Greg right now.

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Philip Rivers – 43/65, 503 YDS, 2 TD. I can only assume that Rivers was so pumped up that his eighth child is on it’s way (expected due date was yesterday). And I bet Danny Woodhead (7 CAR, 8 YDS and 5 REC, 63 YDS) is the midwife. I have no idea how the Packers let this happen.. San Diego had a one-dimensional offense the entire game and were still carving up yards… WHAT A COUNTRY!

Emmanuel Sanders – 4 REC, 109 YDS, 1 TD. More like HE-MAN-uel Sanders, amiright?

Mohamed Sanu – 2 REC, 30 YDS. Death by Sanu-Sanu?

Matthew Stafford – 27/42, 405 YDS, 4 TD, 1 INT and 6 CAR, 37 YDS. Bears doing what they do best: Making Stafford and Calvin Johnson (6 REC, 166 YDS, 1 TD) look like their leading a Super Bowl contender.

James Starks – 10 CAR, 112 YDS, 1 TD and 1 REC, 5 YDS, 1 TD. Oh, so I guess that’s why no Eddie Lacy (4 CAR, 3 YDS and 2 REC, 17 YDS). I’d say he’s still affected by an early season ankle injury, so with the bye coming up this week for the Packers, I’m not worrying too much here.

Ryan Tannehill – 22/29, 266 YDS, 2 TD, 2 INT and 2 CAR, 14 YDS. He’s like the Unabomber, but better socialized and less explosive.

Demaryius Thomas – 10 REC, 111 YDS. And that’s the Denver touchdown leader… no, wait, Thomas isn’t the touchdown leader. Wait, who is then? …Aqib Talib? Haha, what is going on with this team?

Sammy Watkins – 4 REC, 48 YDS, 1 TD. Sammy Watkins is the new Ryan Mathews, I’m pretty sure. Left the game with an ankle injury on the touchdown and had to be assisted off the field. Has already dealt with a calf-injury, so we’ll have to see how the reports shape up later today.

Charcandrick West – 9 CAR, 33 YDS and 1 REC, 9 YDS. Was West not playing? Pick him up with your first waiver claim, they said. It’s a good move, they said. Well, at least Knile Davis (5 CAR, 13 YDS and 1 REC, 12 YDS) had an even more ineffective effort (which I didn’t think was possible), most likely keeping West as the presumptive starter.

Albert Wilson – 3 REC, 57 YDS, 1 TD. Chiefs… wide receiver… not named Jeremy Maclin (3 REC, 48 YDS)… touchdown? I don’t recognize the world we live in anymore…

 

Final Thought

Not even John Woo could take the Cleveland out of the Browns.

Not even John Woo could take the Cleveland out of the Browns.

 

 

  1. Let Us Now Praise Famous Death Dwarves says:
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    Limited Yapness Longfellow.

  2. Shark says:
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    Lucky You Longfellow, phallic reference of course…

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Shark: That’s what she said! (I wish.)

  3. Pppphhh says:
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    Keeper league, would you trade a $3 James jones and $10 willie Snead for $11 tom Brady and $26 Melvin Gordon?

    My current qb is Matty ice but he looks to be the definition of average.

    I also don’t need the wrs I listed above. Don’t need Melvin either but figure it’s the lowest he’ll be in the trade market

    Thanks

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Pppphhh: yeah, in a keeper format (I’m assuming most stars are in the 50 buck range), I think that’s a pretty good deal.

  4. Clyde Prompto says:
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    I can’t hate on Welker because of the legendary interview he gave where he dropped three dozen feet references going into a game against Rex. So Edelman is more insufferable to me. Does the LY stand for “limber and young”?

    -Sent from a bench with a clean view of an outdoor yoga class.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Clyde Prompto: It might have at one point… no more though. Getting into the thirties ruined that…

  5. Scott says:
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    How many people had Martavis Bryant on the bench this week? I mean, the logic was sound, Michael Vick sucks. Didn’t take into account the Steelers actually making a sound decision and benching him.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Scott: that and Arizona’s defense looked completely terrible.

    • Let Us Now Praise Famous Death Dwarves says:
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      @Scott: every bryant owner without bye week issues would be my guess.

  6. solodolo says:
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    so i’ve got this master plan… i’m not sold on charcandrick and think it could be a great time to buy up share of knile davis… if i’m wrong, oh well.. we take risks.

    i’d be including davis in a trade for a bigger fish: so what do you think of these

    1) James jones and justin forsett for knile davis and antonio brown
    2) james jones, frank gore, willie snead for davis and antonio
    3) snead and frank gore for keenan allen and davis

    the guy desparately needs a “feature” rb. davis is his rb2. the trade would leave me with forsett, freeman, miller, c mike at runningback.

    its a keeper, james jones is only $1, forsett $30, gore $12, keenan $12

    thanks

    • solodolo says:
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      @solodolo: antonio brown is ilke $60

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @solodolo: All these trades are okay, but I’d probably do the third one since you can keep Allen for a while. However, if you are going for it this year, I might do Brown with Ben returning soon, or at least wait until I hear an update on Allen’s injury.

  7. Scott says:
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    You know, I’d say the only one of those teams good on both sides of the ball is the Bengals.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Scott: As hard as it is for me to agree, I will. At least I’ll agree until the first round of the playoffs…

  8. Lex says:
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    What are your thoughts on Cobb….is James jones presence affecting his production? Or missing Jordy Nelson…or Lacy not producing…or the emergence of a legit TE now…..is it all affecting his production?…I’m losing patience with him…I was offered John Brown or Amari Cooper or Martavias Bryant for him..what you think? Or is cobb gonna be fine?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Lex: I just think a lot of teams are focusing him. Yesterday’s game, before Weddle got injured, he was always shading Cobb’s side of the field. He’ll get his, but it’ll be hard fought based on opposing team’s gameplan. I wouldn’t do those straight up, but if you can get a good bench RB there, could be worth it.

  9. IV says:
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    1) Is Stefon Diggs legit?

    2) “Love You” Longfellow

    3) What should I do with Cooks? I have him everywhere and passed up on Hopkins for him. I’m assuming just bench him as he has talent and his trade value is low, but I feel like it might be time to abandon ship.

    • Jay

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      @IV: 1 – He might be, I think WR3 is his ceiling, but that’s not terrible right now. I’d take a look since other teams were so ready to add Snead (including some of mine!) 2 – I love you too! But remember, the initials are based on his father’s name… 3) I think you have to hold. He literally has zero value right now.

  10. scott steelers says:
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    Just a fluke or brees-watson starting to get on same page? Only weak spot is TE. Streaming at the moment. Scooped ASJ last week hoping he will be good once back. But I liked watsons line alot (obviously)

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      Jay says:
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      @scott steelers: I think they were just taking what the defense was giving them.

  11. Mizz says:
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    Doug Martin for Martvis Bryant. All things equal, who you taking for the rest of the season? Non-ppr.

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      Jay says:
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      @Mizz: tough one, but I’d lean Martin ever so slightly.

      • Mizz says:
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        @Jay:

        I agree. Been trying to get Bryant for the last week or 2 and the guy is stuck on Martin in return. I feel like it’s basically a lateral move.

        Does it change anything knowing that I have Hillman on my bench to fill the RB3/Flex void? I have a pretty solid core at RB (Forte, Gurley, Martin, Hillman.. 2 RB, 2 Wr, 1 Flex).

        Thanks!

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          Jay says:
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          @Mizz: a little bit. If your depth can handle it, which I think it can, sure. Just depends on how your receivers are faring…

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    So, am I delusional to think I may wanna drop Matty Ice for some of that Cool Hand Stafford ROS? I mean, the Falcons passing game’s literally been on said ice and the Staff Infection’s schedule looks pretty ho-hum from here on in, doesn’t it?

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      @Clint: not delusional, kinda like pick your poison though. I’m still giving the edge to Ryan.

  13. G-man says:
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    Eddie Lacy has been so bad that I’m thinking of trading him straight up for Lamar Miller or even Doug Martin if miller owner says no.. Am I overreacting? I just don’t want to end up having to drop my first round pick! If it comes down to it id rather have some value and make someone else decide if they want to drop him or not…

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      @G-man: I’d give him the bye to let that ankle injury heal and then see where he’s at.

  14. Dom B says:
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    Who has better ROS value Jason Witten Or Julius Thomas

    Also who is best Def start next week dolphins, saints, browns, redskins, steelers, colts, 49ers, titans, bears, ravens, giants, bengals, lions….. Who do I drop for a DEF

    My roster
    QB Phillip Rivers
    RB Leveon Bell
    RB Latavius Murray
    WR Julio Jones
    WR AJ Green
    TE Jason Witten
    Flex Keenan Allen
    Bench
    QB ElI Manning
    RB Jonathan Stewart
    WR John Brown
    WR STEVE SMITH
    RB GIO BERNARD
    TE Richard Rodgers

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      DEF BRONCOS
      K Steven HAUSCHKA

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Dom B: Leaning Thomas slightly. Bengals defense maybe, but don’t waste a waiver pick on them unless it’s low priority.

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      Jay says:
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      @Dom B: Probably Rodgers, he’s on a bye.

  15. Scott says:
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    Lamar Miller:
    Breakout or Sell high opportunity?

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      Jay says:
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      @Scott: Sell high, but could be breaking out as well. Tough to say. If I were a Miller owner, I’d hold one more week and reassess.

      • Scott says:
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        @Jay: Thanks!

  16. Relsh says:
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    Both West and Knile had ineffective days, but West fumbled the ball. If anything wouldn’t this increase the load for Knile?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Relsh: I don’t think anything has changed. The KC offense is pretty awful right now, but they’ll use West regularly, with Davis on third downs and goal line drives.

  17. matthew says:
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    Is Cj Anderson droppable in a 12er standard league?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @matthew: Depends for what. I’d still like to keep him around on my bench if at all possible.

  18. Teddy Heater says:
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    Jay,
    Is Snead Drew’s #1 now or do you still consider Cooks #1?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Teddy Heater: Cooks is still one, I think Snead’s ceiling is a two though.

      • Teddy Heater says:
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        @Jay: Cool, thanks mang. I wanted to target the 2nd WR against Indy and I felt it was a toss up.

  19. FrankGrimes says:
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    Light Yagami?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @FrankGrimes: I get the feeling that maybe I should have had people click on the link where it explains that his initials are based on his father’s name. Literally everyone missed on that… I’ll just come up with something better next week.

      • FrankGrimes says:
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        @Jay:
        Haha yea
        I usually don’t click
        On those anyhow

        Is it totally stupid to hold
        McManus this week ?
        I have Den D too!

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @FrankGrimes: No worries, on me! And nope, not stupid. It’s fine.

  20. Bobby says:
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    Howdy Jay!
    I’m in a bind!

    Currently down 22.5 pts, he’s done I have Josh brown, Giants D, Defensive player & flex .

    Who to roll with @ flex Dwayne Harris, huff or Riley Cooper

    Giants or Eagles D?

    It’s .5 ppr

    Thanks

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      Jay says:
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      @Bobby: This is totally from left field, but I’m starting Cooper. Total gut call.

      • Bobby says:
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        @Jay:

        Thoughts on Eagles D or Giants D? I have Giants D but I’m worried about no Prince amukara

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Bobby: Eh, probably going Giants defense, but it’s close. This game is going to be a toss-up, honestly.

        • Jay

          Jay says:
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          @Bobby: Messed up on the defense so far, but I hope you started Cooper!

          • Bobby says:
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            @Jay:

            I went with my gut & picked up Eagles before kickoff , I wish I had starter Cooper I went with a wildcard Josh huff. I’m just lucky I didn’t need a lot of points from my kicker, defensive player & huff, it was all Eagles D!

  21. Jerry says:
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    Hey, Jay! I need to drop either Andre Johnson, David Johnson, or Tavon Austin to make another player move. Who should I drop? Thanks!

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      Jay says:
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      @Jerry: David Johnson… but if you are picking up another receiver, Andre is fine to drop.

  22. Re-Pete says:
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    I am apparently awesome at this fantasy football thingy. As an avid reader and occasional commenter, I’d like to share my awesomeness with you. I just looked back at my draft from this preseason, wondering how my team now looks like the worst team in the league, because I honestly thought I had a good draft before the season started. Then this happened:

    • Roethlisberger got hurt, which destroyed Antonio Brown’s value
    • CJ Anderson decided to really suck
    • Mike Evans also decided to suck
    • Alfred Morris got old overnight
    • Martellus Bennett is just meh
    • Romo got hurt
    • Doug Martin still sucks
    • Sammy Watkins decided to suck, then get hurt, then suck more

    Those were my first 8 draft picks, in order. Not a single one living up to every experts’ preseason projections. My draft picks 9, 11, 12, 13 and 15 are no longer on my roster because they all sucked as well. I could throw in Sam Bradford, my 10th round pick, too. But I only started him one week so far and he was ok. Basically, my best draft pick was my 14th round selection of Carolina DST, and even they aren’t great.

    Worst.
    Draft.
    Ever.

    This is actually pretty amazing, when you realize the volume of the suck involved in making this happen. And since I’m a Chargers / Padres / Liverpool FC fan, even real-life sports isn’t helping me. Can you talk me off the ledge or should I just jump now?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Re-Pete: Of course! Just kidding. Naw, I was talking about this with another commenter yesterday, but the draft really is a crap shoot because of a 16 game season. I think half of it is luck, and then the real effect comes from in-season moves and roster management. Don’t fret though, there’s still a little bit of time left.

  23. Scott says:
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    I’ve actually been trying to find the answer, but I guess my internet stalking skills are a little rusty.

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Scott: I’ll reveal the answer tomorrow. Haha, I’ll figure out something easier next week.

  24. Slippy says:
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    Little Youngin’??

    I’ve always wondered what’s up with chicks who cry immediately after sex… but I think I’m starting to understand.
    ~Seahawks fan

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Slippy: Lay off that recovery water!

  25. Jerry says:
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    Thanks, Jay. I actually have to pick up another d since Green Bay is on a bye and I don’t want to drop them. I have Steve Smith, Mike Evans, Jarvis Landry, Tavon Austin, Terrance Williams along with Andre Johnson. Should I still drop Andre or go ahead and drop David Johnson? I was thinking dropping Andre since I have WR depth and keep David for rb depth

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Jerry: Yeah, dropping Andre is fine at this point.

  26. Jerry says:
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    Sounds good. One more question, Tavon Austin, Marvin Jones, or Stefan Diggs ros?

    • FrankGrimes says:
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      @Jerry:
      I be ranking them like this
      Jones dalton looking legit
      Austin not enough touches per game yet
      diggs teddy has 3 yes 3 Td passes all year!

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Jerry: I think you have them in the correct order, but Grimey makes a good point on Jones… though he can be hit more miss week to week.

  27. Zandy says:
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    LY as in Little Larry Longfellow? Lol

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Zandy: Haha, thank goodness, not even close.

  28. Jeremy says:
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    TL;DR
    L.Y. as in Lai Yu, the spicy sesame-chili oil?

    • Jay

      Jay says:
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      @Jeremy: Close! Not really though.

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