With week 3 in the books, Nick and JB recap some performance while previewing week 4.

Nick’s man-crush on Peyton Hillis is deteriorating faster than the respect for NFL’s replacement officials, but his boyfriend Percy Harvin is helping to soften the blow.  JB continues with his steadfast love of DeSean Jackson and Stevan Ridley, despite disappointing stat lines in week 3.  Also, Nick and JB fall head-over-heels for Mikel Leshoure and feel he’s vaulted in RB2 territory the rest of the year.

Don’t forget you can tweet us questions, comments, or general insults @jbgilpin (me) or @nickcapozzi (not me) and we’ll get to your thoughts on the ‘cast.

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  1. Ph says:
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    Would you trade Larry Fitzgerald for Gronkowski?

    • JB Gilpin

      Jonathan Gilpin says:
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      @Ph, I’m probably in the minority, but I would. I love Gronk the rest of the way and think Fitzgerald’s first few games are closer to what he’ll be this year as opposed to his Sunday last week vs. the Eagles. He’s still skill wise an elite WR, but not in fantasy for me. I’d only not do it if you had thin WR depth behind him.

    • Murph says:
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      @Ph,

      Depends on your WR depth and your current TE. I wouldn’t give up Fitz only due to the fact that TE is so deep this year. Why give up a player like Fitz when you can grab a player like Rudoulf off waivers. Add to the Patriots struggles in the passing game and I would hold but thats just me.
      If you are stacked at WR and you drafted a TE thats not producing and there are none on waivers then go for it. We all know what Brady and Gronk are capable of.

  2. Nate says:
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    I’m in a pretty bad situation for my flex spot this week, as all my options are playing some tough defenses. Bad matchups all around, but who do you like in a 12 team PPR between Brian Hartline, Darren McFadden, Bilal Powell and Titus Young?

    • Sky

      Sky says:
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      You’ve gotta go DMC

    • JB Gilpin

      Jonathan Gilpin says:
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      @Nate, Agreed, it’s Run-DMC and it’s not very close.

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