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Old 09-16-2009   #21
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Sproles is gonna have to play like a man on a mission if he wants to beat out Carnell Williams 100 yards and a TD.

And good call on our call for DMac over Felix (20 yards 0 TD's). Im sure he will get more than that.

Sproles scored me 12 points. It was enought to get the win, but Cadillac scored 15.

DMac and Felix were both disapointing in week 1.
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Carnell Williams. They say they want to limit him to 15 carries a game. I doubt Ward gets 15 carries, and Williams looked pretty good out there. Actually I would start both of them if I didnt have stacked RB's.
My other RB's are Thomas Jones, Steve Slaton, Knowshon Moreno & Lesean Mccoy. Jones had the most points, & Williams only had 1 more carry & point then Ward. Starting all three would be benching Slaton, who was my top pick in the draft. I'm not against doing that though.

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I just put in a waiver to drop Crabtree for Brent Celek. What do yall think? I have a hard time thinking he is going to be a fantasy option for me or anyone this year. I am starting Moss and TO every week, and on their bye weeks I have Nate Washington of the Titans.

My TE is Winslow and thats it. I think Celek would be a great addition. Any thoughts?
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I just put in a waiver to drop Crabtree for Brent Celek. What do yall think? I have a hard time thinking he is going to be a fantasy option for me or anyone this year. I am starting Moss and TO every week, and on their bye weeks I have Nate Washington of the Titans.

My TE is Winslow and thats it. I think Celek would be a great addition. Any thoughts?
Good choice, I think. Crabtree isn't going to be worth diddly this season anyway, so you grab a reliable TE who's going to get you some points. Can't complain about that.

My predicament is with my flex RB and WR. I moved Harvin up to WR3 against Detroit and currently have Moss against St Louis as my flex. Opinion?

My current WR's and their opponent:

WR Roddy White - Car
WR Santonio Holmes - Chi
WR Percy Harvin - Det

W/T Santana Moss - StL

Torry Holt - Ari
Miles Austin - NYG
Hakeem Nicks - Dal

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RB Matt Forte - Pit
RB Thomas Jones - NE

W/R Reggie Bush

Shonn Green - NE
LeSean McCoy - NO
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Good choice, I think. Crabtree isn't going to be worth diddly this season anyway, so you grab a reliable TE who's going to get you some points. Can't complain about that.

My predicament is with my flex RB and WR. I moved Harvin up to WR3 against Detroit and currently have Moss against St Louis as my flex. Opinion?

My current WR's and their opponent:

WR Roddy White - Car
WR Santonio Holmes - Chi
WR Percy Harvin - Det

W/T Santana Moss - StL

Torry Holt - Ari
Miles Austin - NYG
Hakeem Nicks - Dal

My current RB's and their opponent:

RB Matt Forte - Pit
RB Thomas Jones - NE

W/R Reggie Bush

Shonn Green - NE
LeSean McCoy - NO
I like your moves. That is the best lineup you could set IMHO.

I have issues with McNabb down in my on league I have Gerrard as the backup but he wasn't too sharp. Every year though he rounds out and last year was a top 10 guy. I could pick up Campbell who isn't great but plays the Rams and Lions in consecutive weeks.

Also, my WRs...I have Fitz but then WR2 is a toss up between Royal, Hester and Ch Henry. @ had bad first weeks. The third plays Pitt this week. Though their secondary was softer without Palumalu. I may stick with Royal vs Cleveland.
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I like your moves. That is the best lineup you could set IMHO.

I have issues with McNabb down in my on league I have Gerrard as the backup but he wasn't too sharp. Every year though he rounds out and last year was a top 10 guy. I could pick up Campbell who isn't great but plays the Rams and Lions in consecutive weeks.

Also, my WRs...I have Fitz but then WR2 is a toss up between Royal, Hester and Ch Henry. @ had bad first weeks. The third plays Pitt this week. Though their secondary was softer without Palumalu. I may stick with Royal vs Cleveland.
Gerrard vs Campbell is a tough call, Frog. To me, that would be like a coin flip.

I'd probably take the safer route and stick with Royal too for this week, but I wouldn't count Henry out just yet. I might be off base, but I was expecting the Bengals offense to go off this season. I still think they might eventually and I think Henry will be right there reaping the benefits.
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Gerrard vs Campbell is a tough call, Frog. To me, that would be like a coin flip.

I'd probably take the safer route and stick with Royal too for this week, but I wouldn't count Henry out just yet. I might be off base, but I was expecting the Bengals offense to go off this season. I still think they might eventually and I think Henry will be right there reaping the benefits.
Yeah, it really is as far as backups go

Agree with you completely. I got Henry late and with his preseason and even his past years.....when not arrested his produced more than Ocho and TJ at times...I expected him to be a guy that was just busting out. Now their offense scares me because it seems Denver stymied them with a simple 2-Deep coverage. Can't the guy run underneath?So until I see it I might stick with Royal who should benefit with having Marshall with a game under his belt and Orton without a bum hand.
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What 2 QB this week, Brees, Manning and Rodgers. Which two should I start?
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What 2 QB this week, Brees, Manning and Rodgers. Which two should I start?
Which Manning???

Brees and Rodgers would probably be my choice. If its Payton, he has a little trouble against the 3-4 defense Miami will bring, and lost his WR Gonzales. If its Eli, then definitly Brees and Rodgers.


Just traded Favre for Cotton Swabb. Who should I start, Schaub, or Hasselbeck? Seattle is at home.
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What 2 QB this week, Brees, Manning and Rodgers. Which two should I start?
Dammit man! How the heck did you luck out and get all 3 of them?

I don't think you can ever go wrong with Brees, but Rodgers at home against the Bungles is very appealing.

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Brees and Rodgers would probably be my choice. If its Payton, he has a little trouble against the 3-4 defense Miami will bring, and lost his WR Gonzales. If its Eli, then definitly Brees and Rodgers.


Just traded Favre for Cotton Swabb. Who should I start, Schaub, or Hasselbeck? Seattle is at home.
Hasselbeck, IMO. We don't really know much about Schaub vs the titans cuz the dude's been hurt dang near every time we've played them. Go with the safe choice.
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I can start three of:

Matt Forte (vs. PIT), Darren McFadden (@KC), Larry Johnson (vs. OAK), Felix Jones (vs. NYG), and Fred Jackson (vs. TB).

Forte was my keeper and it seems stupid not to start him - but against Pittsburgh? I dunno.

I love Fred Jackson's matchup against TB so I'm thinking D-Mac, Forte, and Jackson. What do you guys think?
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I can start three of:

Matt Forte (vs. PIT), Darren McFadden (@KC), Larry Johnson (vs. OAK), Felix Jones (vs. NYG), and Fred Jackson (vs. TB).

Forte was my keeper and it seems stupid not to start him - but against Pittsburgh? I dunno.

I love Fred Jackson's matchup against TB so I'm thinking D-Mac, Forte, and Jackson. What do you guys think?
Forte is an every week start. Even against Pitt he should get rushing yards and receving yards. Dont forget how versatile he is. I like the sound of Larry Johnson vs OAK, but they played San Diego pretty well the other day. But its still Oakland. Fred Jackson looked pretty well against New England, Dmac didnt really impress... Personally I would start Matt Forte, Larry Johnson, and Fred Jackson.
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I've got another one for you guys to kick around.

In one of my leagues, it's REALLY tough because we have a VERY small amount of bench roster spots. I need to cut someone because right now I don't have a kicker.

I drafted Ted Ginn Jr., and Donnie Avery. This week I picked up Patrick Crayton off the wire and tried to trade him to a few of the Cowboy-crazed people in this particular league - no takers.

My question to you is - with the Miami offense looking not-so-good, with Marc Bulger looking TERRIBLE, and with Crayton maybe being a one-week wonder - which of those three do you cut?
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Forte is an every week start. Even against Pitt he should get rushing yards and receving yards. Dont forget how versatile he is. I like the sound of Larry Johnson vs OAK, but they played San Diego pretty well the other day. But its still Oakland. Fred Jackson looked pretty well against New England, Dmac didnt really impress... Personally I would start Matt Forte, Larry Johnson, and Fred Jackson.
Yeah, it's stupid to not start your keepers/top picks every week... but man that Pittsburgh defense looked good, LOL. I've pretty much locked in Forte and Jackson... it's that third spot that I'm having trouble with. Thanks for the vote, SM.
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I just put in a waiver to drop Crabtree for Brent Celek. What do yall think? I have a hard time thinking he is going to be a fantasy option for me or anyone this year. I am starting Moss and TO every week, and on their bye weeks I have Nate Washington of the Titans.

My TE is Winslow and thats it. I think Celek would be a great addition. Any thoughts?
I had Celek as a solid sleeper. I'm not so hot on him without McRibb in the lineup, but when he's back, I like him. I drafted him in the last round of a couple of my drafts.
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I've got another one for you guys to kick around.

In one of my leagues, it's REALLY tough because we have a VERY small amount of bench roster spots. I need to cut someone because right now I don't have a kicker.

I drafted Ted Ginn Jr., and Donnie Avery. This week I picked up Patrick Crayton off the wire and tried to trade him to a few of the Cowboy-crazed people in this particular league - no takers.

My question to you is - with the Miami offense looking not-so-good, with Marc Bulger looking TERRIBLE, and with Crayton maybe being a one-week wonder - which of those three do you cut?
Crayton. You have 2 #1 options in Avery and Ginn. Granted, Avery is injured. He is a lock to stay on your roster. Ginn when playing well is a 100 yard 1 TD receiver. Crayton will probably come back down to earth and play like he has been playing for years. 50 yards on 3 catches or something.

But of course this is just one mans opinion. :P
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Crayton. You have 2 #1 options in Avery and Ginn. Granted, Avery is injured. He is a lock to stay on your roster. Ginn when playing well is a 100 yard 1 TD receiver. Crayton will probably come back down to earth and play like he has been playing for years. 50 yards on 3 catches or something.

But of course this is just one mans opinion. :P
Yeah, that's the obvious answer... but I'm real concerned about STL's QB situation. That said - they're going to be playing from behind a lot and SOMEONE has to catch the ball, LOL.

I was really hoping I could capitalize on some of the Cowboys hysteria in my Cowboy fan-heavy league. I guess they're smarter than I give them credit for
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Dammit man! How the heck did you luck out and get all 3 of them?

I don't think you can ever go wrong with Brees, but Rodgers at home against the Bungles is very appealing.



Hasselbeck, IMO. We don't really know much about Schaub vs the titans cuz the dude's been hurt dang near every time we've played them. Go with the safe choice.
LOL! It's not like that. I am in a salary cap league, where we choose different players each week. No, I did not draft all three!
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Sounds like Bryant will be out on Sunday.
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