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  • Brandon 7:40 pm on October 16, 2007 Permalink  

    Is Adrian Peterson the next LT? 

    While it’s a bit early to make that comparison, you have to agree that he looks downright NASTY in the highlights from the Bears game this past weekend:

    If you took him in your keeper league and can keep him next season…you’ve got to be pretty excited at this point.

    • Dan-o 8:59 pm on October 16, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      All I can say is that I’m glad you drafted him in the 3rd round (and thus can’t keep him) in our keeper league.

  • Brandon 4:15 pm on October 16, 2007 Permalink  

    Alert: Michael Bennett traded to Tampa Bay 

    The Kansas City Chiefs traded backup running back Michael Bennett to Tampa Bay today. For all Earnest Graham owners, this immediately decreases the value of your running back (if he had any at this point) and makes Bennett a viable fantasy player (even if this guy disagrees) for the first time in a few years. If you’re hurting for running back depth, you might want to pick up Bennett or put in a waiver claim, as he should be starting for the Buc’s within a week or so.

  • Matt 4:05 pm on October 16, 2007 Permalink  

    Chris Chambers traded to San Diego Chargers: Fantasy Impact 

    Great trade for the Chargers, and even better for his fantasy owners. Chambers may be just the kind of receiver Rivers needs to take the next step. It’s hard to say how good Chambers is; he’s never had a decent QB throwing him the ball. This has all the makings of a situation where a player with elite talent is beyond determined to prove that he’s got it. (More …)

  • Matt 3:42 pm on October 16, 2007 Permalink  

    Kevin Everett's walking! 

    This has absolutely nothing to do with fantasy football, but who cares: Against all initial odds and expectations, Everett is walking unassisted today. This made my day.

  • Brandon 10:04 am on October 16, 2007 Permalink  

    Waiver-Wire Pickups, Keeper Sleepers and Spot Starts: Week 7 

    It’s getting to the point in the season where it is becoming more and more difficult to find a good player on waivers. At this point you’re most likely looking to find replacements for bye weeks and injuries that your players may have suffered, and even that can prove to be a daunting task for fantasy managers. If you’re basing the long term success on the following players, you’re most likely in big trouble. However, they could fill in for a week or two to keep your team afloat until your players return from bye weeks and injuries.


    BYE: Carolina, Cleveland, Green Bay, San Diego


    Jay Cutler (DEN): In one quarterback leagues, it’s possible that Cutler was cut from a team after posting unspectacular stats for most of the season to this point. However, this week it looks like he will be reunited with Javon Walker, so the passing game could improve a bit. Brandon Marshall seems to play better as the second receiver as well, so I’m expecting Cutler to rebound from his slow start, even if he is going against Pittsburgh this week.

    (More …)

    • ed 7:04 pm on October 16, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      I have a. peterson, l. johnson, b. westbrook. and r. brown. pick one to bench for week 7…

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