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  • Brandon 4:57 pm on September 10, 2009 Permalink

    Ask the Geeks: Mailbox overflow edition! 

    With questions for the Geeks coming in at a record-breaking pace, I figured it was time to respond to a few more to ensure your teams have the upper hand going into¬† the weekend. With the amount of questions this time, I tried to break them into two categories: “Lineup Suggestions” and “Trade Talk”. Remember to send us any more questions you might have here.

    Lineup Suggestions

    Mac asks…

    I am dealing with the decision to either start Jay Cutler or Brett Favre on week one. I just have been picking my brain apart and cannot make up my mind? So who should I definitely start for sure!!!! Please help me

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    • Squish 7:46 am on September 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      On that second question there by David you have to watch the WR picks. I’m in a league with return yardage also and it makes a ton of difference.

      I’d say if the league gives at least 1 point per 25 yards, you have to start Cribbs and Maclin both of whom will be getting return yardage and likely some catches too. I have them scoring more than the rest of his WR core.

      • Brandon 9:42 am on September 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        You’re right Squish, depending on the league settings, a receiver who returns kicks as well can score you some solid points. I’d almost still wait though before you play Cribbs and Maclin just to see how involved they are in the offense and how well they do in the return game.

        On another note, l’ve never been a fan of rewarding for individual return yards, because if the commissioner doesn’t understand what they’re doing, you could get into some weird situations where guys only used to return kicks are scoring more points than decent receivers, but maybe that’s just me.

        • Squish 2:36 pm on September 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Well Cribbs was a good play!

          Cribbs has been a WR on most sets and he was the wildcat QB. With the kickoff return TD he looks good.

          Maclin on the other hand has done jack squat. The Eagles depth chart lied and he isn’t returning anything.

    • Jeff 7:01 pm on September 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      my roster is as follows RBs are steven jackson lendale white darren sproles jerius norwood, receivers are fitzgerald, roddy white, dallas clark, kevin boss, owen daniels, antwan randle el….i want to land james davis early as i think he will be in demand later…only i don’t know who to drop in order to add him…..please help!

      • Brandon 9:28 am on September 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Hey Jeff, not sure if you heard the latest news today, but apparently James Davis was involved in a car accident and is now questionable for today’s game. I think he’ll end up being fine, but may not get into the game today, so that might buy you some time to think about it more. Anyways, I would let your guys play this weekend and see how Boss, Norwood, and Randle El do and how involved they are in the offense. Those would be the guys I’d consider dropping to pick up Davis at some point.

    • Jeff 11:25 am on September 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      thanks brandon…also in a ppr league and have a flex spot open for devin hester or desean jackson??????

      • Brandon 11:58 am on September 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Go with DeSean Jackson until you know just how good the Cutler-to-Hester connection really will be. Good luck!

    • Jeff 11:57 pm on September 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      thanks man….do you think i should reconsider starting steven jackson and lendale white each week when mcgahee and fred jackson had a good week one and are available to pick up…and if so out of kevin boss owen daniels and dallas clark which would you drop…i’m also dropping jarius norwood!

      • Brandon 9:26 pm on September 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Don’t bench Steven Jackson based on one poor game. He should put up some better numbers this week. As for LenDale White, last week he had to play the Steelers…not a small task for any running back. This week he gets to play the Texans, who were just tore up by the Jets running backs, so keep him in your lineup. Fred Jackson will only be the starter for a few more weeks before Marshawn Lynch comes back, so he’s not really worth dropping one of your players. McGahee though might be worth dropping Kevin Boss for. You’ll have the TE position more than covered with Daniels and Clark (who should get more balls thrown his way with Anthony Gonzalez hurt) and McGahee was heavily involved in the rushing/passing game for the Ravens, even if he wasn’t technically the starter.

    • Brandon 9:30 pm on September 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      @David: I guess I missed on the Chris Chambers recommendation slightly…zero catches? What the heck was that all about?!

    • Jeff 12:08 am on September 18, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      here’s another question i dropped kevin boss and picked up mark clayton…who i’m thinking of playing instead of dallas clark??

      • Brandon 7:07 am on September 18, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I’d go with Dallas Clark this week with Anthony Gonzalez out. Clark should get a few more looks over the next few games and should put up good numbers for your team.

    • Jeff 11:42 am on September 29, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      is it a good idea to have a wr and te on the same team playing the same week? have the situation this week?

      • Brandon 11:47 am on September 29, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I see no reason why you shouldn’t start them both, as long as they’re good options. I mentioned previously that I didn’t like starting two WR’s on the same team, but it all depends on which players you’re talking about and the match-up they have each week.

    • Jeff 5:16 pm on September 29, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      fitzgerald and roddy white have a bye…i have owen daniels and dallas clark and clayton…clark is an automatic start, i dont want to start both TE’s, daniels is tempting as i have schaub…i am picking up Pierre Garcon off waivers for the injured laurent robinson, was either going to start Clayton, Daniels, Clark or Garcon, Clayton, Clark…..i had a heartbreaking loss this week to the number one team by four points because i benched steven jackson for sproles and sproles laid an egg..this week a face another undefeated team that is pretty strong

      • Brandon 9:27 pm on September 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Are we talking Mark Clayton here? If so, I’d go with Clark, Daniels and Garcon actually, as Mark Clayton is putting up worse numbers than Daniels and Clark and has less upside than Garcon I think.

    • Jeff 5:35 pm on September 29, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      i also have a bad matchup at rb this week…sproles at steelers…starting steven jackson as i’ve benched fred jackson until i know how they are going to use him in buffalo…i have been holding onto vick as a just in case he might be good…but i could pick up michael bush this week and drop vick, seems good since he is facing the texans defense…i also have lendale white still and am debating on whether i should keep him with chris johnson being the workhorse…plus the team i’m facing is starting johnson so i cant start white…or i just forget the whole thing and start sproles against Steelers??

      • Brandon 9:37 pm on September 30, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        You need to start two RB’s? I’d go with Steven Jackson and Fred Jackson, who should still get a bunch of carries as they try to work Marshawn Lynch back into the offense. If you really don’t want to start Fred Jackson though, go with Sproles and hope he breaks a long one I guess. In terms of Bush, the Raiders offense has to show me something before I recommend starting any of their players.

    • Jeff 1:10 pm on October 11, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Still have till 4:15 to make the change…..3rd wr/te spot up in the air….Roddy White vs SF or Owen Daniels vs Ariz? other two starting are Fitz and Clark

    • Jeff 11:32 am on October 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      couple questions…My week 9 bye is going to kill me at rb…steven jax, fred jax, michael bush, that would leave me with sproles and lendale white to start..which doesn’t sound god..i’m thinking of picking up reggie bush for week 9 now since he is facing carolina that week? also should i pick up shonn greene as most expert say and who would you recommend that i drop? knowing that the jets also have a week 9 bye.

      • Brandon 4:02 pm on October 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Unless you’re in a keeper league, I doubt Shonn Greene is going to have a lot of value this season, so pass on him. As for Reggie Bush, that makes sense to pick him up for week 9 and feel free to drop Michael Bush to get him if necessary.

        I’m in a similar boat this weekend actually, as my running backs are all on the 49ers or Cowboys and I’m stuck with only LenDale White currently. Trying to make moves right now to get a plug-in option (Sammy Morris, Leon Washington or Justin Fargas…ugh)

    • Jeff 4:14 pm on October 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      i just got proposed a trade from someone…Receiving Mark Sanchez and Joseph Addai and giving Matt Schaub…my other QB is Ben Roethlisberger…I question Addai’s true value….plus i’m really attached to Matt Schaub but I wanted to see what you thought of the trade proposal!

    • Jeff 4:17 pm on October 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      since playoffs are weeks 14-16 here are Schaub’s matchups
      14- Sea
      15- StL
      16- Ind
      is my opinion of Schaub too high..because i view him as a stud fantasy qb…should i curb my expectations of receiving a stud rb in return…because that is my logic!

      • Brandon 8:28 am on October 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I’d keep Schaub. There are very few games where you’ll start Sanchez over Roethlisberger (unless you start two?) anyways and I’m sure Addai isn’t much of an upgrade over any other running backs you currently have.

    • Jeff 12:47 pm on October 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      thanks, he ended up pulling the trade before i could deny it….he then traded Addai to another team for Andre Johnson…talk about an uneven trade…I think it might be fixed as this guy is our commissioner!

    • Jeff 2:40 am on October 18, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      schaub or big ben this week?

    • Jeff 12:36 pm on October 18, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      question…in my ppr league…i have only one qb and it’s schaub but i’m loaded at WR…. A Johnson, Steve Smith(car), Maclin, D jackson, M Austin, Hester, Burleson, Gonzalez, need qb and rb, rb’s are F Jax, Know Moreno, Kevin Smith, R Bush…i was just offered giving M Austin for J campbell, I think Campbell is garbage, what you think?

      • Brandon 12:47 pm on October 18, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Yeah I’d wait to see some other options for quarterback. Campbell is a free agent in one of my leagues, showing how highly we think of him.

    • Jeff 3:33 pm on October 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      would you recommend picking up lawrence maroney with the injury to sammy morris….and who would i drop to get him… RB-Sproles, S Jax, F Jax, J Stewart, R Bush

      • Brandon 8:33 am on October 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        The only one from that group that I would consider dropping for Laurence Maroney is Darren Sproles, but if your league awards points for kick returns, then keep him as well. Maroney only has value while Sammy Morris is out, which is probably just one more game, as the team will have a week 8 bye and can rest him longer.

    • Jeff 11:04 am on October 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      i just moved into first place…without a bonafied RB on my roster…..i know i’ll need one…my buddy has gore and mendenhall and wants to trade..he is in fourth and we want to combine somehow……just don’t want to make the trade so obvious…even though our commish did steal Andre Johnson from a team for Addai….i have some trade bait but why fix what’s not broken….QB-Schaub-Big Ben WR-Fitz-R White-D Clark, O Daniels, S RIce M Wallace, and you know what RBs i have

      • Brandon 8:59 pm on October 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I wouldn’t go out of your way to get Gore or Mendenhall, as they won’t provide all that much of an upgrade over your current group of guys. I guess it all depends on who you’d be giving up though…

    • Jeff 3:53 pm on October 21, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      who do think has more upside as a bench wr…..in case of an injury to a starter…mike wallace or lance moore? who would you pick?

      • Brandon 6:59 pm on October 21, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Lance Moore for sure. Moore was great last year and he’s picked up right where he left off.

    • Jeff 1:23 pm on October 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      who’s a better start this week at qb….Schaub v SF or Big Ben v Min? It seems either one are a great start each week but Schaub had 30 pts on my bench and Ben had 24 in a start..I still won..what you think?

      • Brandon 2:19 pm on October 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Yeah, both of them are great plays. I’d go with Matt Schaub just because he’s been on fire the past two games. Even the Yahoo! guys think they’re about even though, so you really can’t lose. You might think about trading one of them though as their value is as high is it’s ever going to be to boost one of your other positions…then you won’t have to make this tough decision every week, hah.

    • Jeff 12:41 pm on October 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      i know i need help at rb….should i try and trade ben straight up for a rb, which i need going forward, or ben for a rb and wr…not sure what i could get for ben.

      • Brandon 8:36 am on October 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        It all depends on what your biggest needs are and what manager you can find that needs Big Ben the most. Try looking at the rosters of the teams that are in the lower half of your league, but are still fighting for a playoff spot. They may be the most desperate and willing to take Big Ben off your hands. Feel free to send any possible trades our way and we’ll let you know what we think of them.

    • Jeff 12:49 pm on October 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      also i dropped mike wallace for lance moore…someone picked up wallace and dropped lesean mccoy..should i drop one of my lower rb’s (sproles, R bush, f jax) for him?

      • Brandon 8:34 am on October 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Depends on the scoring in your league I think. Darren Sproles really only has value if your league awards for return yards. If they do not, then you might be alright dropping him for McCoy, even though both are just backups at this point and have little value unless the starter gets hurt.

    • Jeff 12:01 pm on October 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      i found some possible suitors for a trade proposal…
      1st team
      qb-shaun hill, matt hasslebeck
      rb-addai, barber, r rice, lynch, LJ, D choice (big ben for ray rice and hassle)

      2nd team
      qb-orton, warner
      rb-k moreno, p thomas, mcgahee, chester taylor (big ben for orton and thomas?)

      their is a third team 1-5 in last place
      qb-palmer, romo
      rb-APeterson, j jones, l maroney, r williams….what would i have to give up with big ben to get AP…i could give dallas clark with…and start either s rice, o daniels, l moore in his place?

      another possibility….
      qb-e manning, mcnabb
      rb-t jones, m turner, portis

      any suggestions would be much appreciated….it’s hard…i’m in first by a small margin

    • Jeff 3:47 pm on October 27, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      just got a trade proposal…getting ray rice, giving roddy white…my rb’s are s jax, f jax(dropping for shonn greene assuming i get waiver priority), d sproles, r bush, j stewart, wr’s are fitzgerald, dallas clark, owen daniels, roddy white, sidney rice, lance moore….is this a fair trade…i was going to try and trade big ben, dallas clark for a rb…i wanted to avoid trading a WR…what you think?

      • Brandon 6:28 pm on October 27, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Yeah you’re not all that deep at WR, but this trade is pretty solid. Ray Rice will put up big numbers all season and Larry Fitzgerald, Sidney Rice, Lance Moore and those tight ends should hold down your WR and TE spots. Go for the trade!

    • Jeff 3:17 pm on October 31, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      lineup question for this week at wr/te
      starting fitz, clark, and debating between sidney rice or owen daniels? both had great week 7’s and play tough defenses this week

    • Jeff 3:39 pm on November 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      week 9…Schaub vs Indy w/out daniels…playing walter…Big Ben vs Den?
      RB1-Ray Rice
      RB2-J stewart, sproles, R Bush??? bush has scored in last 4, stewart in last 3, but will probably get blown out, sproles against weakened NYG def??

      • Brandon 4:31 pm on November 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I like Ben Roethlisberger this week over Schaub, who is actually on my “miss” list this week. As for your second running back, all of them are hit or miss, but I like Reggie Bush this week, who has been making the most of his limited carries lately.

    • Jeff 6:49 pm on November 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      i was thinking big ben as well….why would other sites be so against big ben and say schaub is the obvious start? i know he is the #1 fantasy qb, but he has had some clunkers this year…big ben seems to be more consistent.

      • Brandon 10:15 am on November 8, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Hopefully I prove them all wrong! Big Ben’s consistency is a big part of why I pick him over Schaub today.

    • Jeff 7:04 pm on November 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      the team i’m facing is starting mike bell, would that change your opinion about rolling with bush as my #2?

    • Jeff 7:07 pm on November 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      nevermind he’s rolling with bradshaw instead of bell

      • Brandon 10:14 am on November 8, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Don’t let his play affect your choice of Reggie Bush.

    • Jeff 7:21 pm on November 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      sorry for the multiple posts…for the week 10 bye..i have the NYG def…with lance moore out and dropping off the radar…should i pick up buffalo def for next week and drop moore?or drop NYG def next week for another def…dallas and buff are the two available worth picking up….would u roll with buff or nyg def if given the choice?

      • Brandon 10:19 am on November 8, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I’m not a fan of Dallas or Buffalo next week. Any other options?

    • Jeff 12:25 pm on November 8, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Buf, Oak, Dal, Ten, TB, Hou, Cle, Stl, Det are the only defenses available, Buffalo is only available cause of the bye

      • Brandon 11:19 am on November 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I like Tennessee this week and think they’ll be solid against the Bills in Trent Edwards first game back from injury.

    • Jeff 7:59 pm on November 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      would you recommend dropping Giants defense for Bengals defense…..i’m rolling with Dallas this week on Giants bye…someone just dropped Bengals

      • Brandon 11:20 am on November 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Grab the Bengals if you can, as they have an awesome schedule after this week.

    • Jeff 9:08 pm on November 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      also…i offered a trade after this week….Schaub, S Rice, Stewart for Warner, Harvin, F Jones….I want Warner for his favorable playoff schedule, also to pair with Fitz….my backup qb is Big Ben….RB’s Rice, S Jax, Mccoy, R Bush, Stewart, WR’s Fitz, D Clark, S Rice, K Walter…do you think i’m overplaying the favorable schedule including playoffs for Warner…Schaub does worry me….

      • Brandon 11:23 am on November 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I don’t think this trade is necessary actually. Schaub has had a tough go of it this year against good defenses, but Big Ben has been great and could probably start for your team for the duration. Schaub and Roethlisberger are currently the #2 and #5 quarterbacks in fantasy football (Warner is #12.) Stick with what you have.

    • Jeff 1:00 pm on November 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      How bout this trade…Brees, Bowe, Gore, NO Def FOR Schaub, S Jax, R Bush, NYG Def??? I think it’s pretty obvious but I wanted a second opinion to make sure I’m not over or underthinking things!

      • Brandon 11:57 am on November 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Maybe I’ve lost it amongst all the comments here, but what exactly did you want to accomplish with this trade? Schaub should have a decent run to finish the season and doesn’t have any terrible defenses left on the schedule, so I don’t see him being all that much worse than Brees down the stretch. Steven Jackson is about equal to Frank Gore and Bush is more valuable than Bowe at this point. For the defenses, it all depends on the match-ups and neither one of them really has that big an advantage over the others. Stick with Schaub, Jackson, Bush and the G-Men if you have that option.

    • Jeff 12:44 pm on November 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      the trade is with my buddy in the league…we r trying to upgrade his team as well as mine for playoffs….the only team this year that i have been blown out by has tom brady….and she is now in second behind me….it’s really a three team race now….the only reason his team isn’t better with brees is the other players on his team…..my team after this trade….Brees, Ray Rice, Gore, Fitzgerald, Dallas Clark, Bowe, S Rice…k walter…with J Stew and Mccoy and Big Ben on the bench…I think that’s alot better…TD’s win leagues and S Jax has TWO on the year…Gore has SEVEN…and Schaub hasn’t exactly been tearing it up since Daniels went down….and Big Ben got me 8 points this week…so he’s no solution…I needed Brees to be competitive with the likes of Brady in case we meet one on one again. Plus this isn’t a PPR league…I would never start Bush in this league over S Jax or Ray Rice…so essentially I’m giving up a bench player for a starter in bush and bowe, a yardage machine for a TD machine in Jackson and Gore, and a more consistent QB, which is what you need to stay on the top or move up, hence why a team with Brady, and a team with MJD, Rivers, and Jackson are in the top three. It’s amazing the variety of answers to that question on these so called expert sites! I always appreciate the devil’s advocate advice though, thanks! Assuming the trade doesn’t get vetoed by our commissioner!

      • Brandon 12:53 pm on November 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        In the end it’s all opinion’s, so don’t take the term “expert” too seriously. We’re just here to provide some food for thought.

        As for that trade, it seems that it should help your team, although I’m not exactly sure I agree with all your points. With Bush being on the bench, it definitely makes more sense to have Bowe on your squad and you’re right about Gore having more touchdowns than Jackson, but S-Jax has come alive the past few weeks and could have a few more scores down the line. Good luck!

    • Jeff 12:56 pm on November 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      i think most people just want sites to reassure them or talk some sense into them about certain moves…after all it is a heart attack when you sit your mouse over the accept button of any trade in fantasy for fear of regret…keep up the good work with the site!

    • Jeff 4:10 pm on November 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      yep couldn’t of predicted that…trade just went through too..HA…i still got sidney rice to start

    • Jeff 4:30 pm on November 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      who do you think will step up to get more receptions now that bowe is out….bradley or wade…my buddy has chambers on his bench!

      • Brandon 12:09 pm on November 18, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Probably Wade, but I doubt either will get enough looks (or are good enough) to be relevant fantasy footballers.

    • Jeff 12:32 pm on December 5, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      who would you recommend as a defense this week, bengals or saints?

      • Brandon 10:01 am on December 6, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I’m leaning towards the Saints. If they can score some early touchdowns, the Redskins should be forced to pass, which could lead to some interceptions from Campbell.

    • Jeff 12:34 pm on December 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I’m getting a week 14 bye, i’m looking ahead to week 15 and 16 planning for the worst in case one of my starting rbs get hurt, gore and rice, my bench rbs are Forsett, Stewart, Mccoy Based on his week 15 and 16 matchups and the amount of carries he would get with Lewis out, I was thinking of picking up jerome harrison, of the three backups who would you recommend to drop if at all? I was thinking of Forsett since Coach Mora is an idiot by going back to Jones!

      • Brandon 2:43 pm on December 8, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I agree with Forsett, he’s just too inconsistent at this point and his coach has something against him apparently. Hopefully this will be a moot point though and Rice/Gore remain healthy all playoffs long, since I have them both between my two main teams.

    • Jeff 10:46 pm on December 18, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      what do you think about sitting sidney rice for fred davis? semi final game and need the most contribution, so playing the matchups, my lineup is brees, ray rice, gore, d clark, fitz, s rice

    • Jeff 10:49 pm on December 18, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      or throw caution to the wind and start bowe instead?

      • Brandon 11:34 am on December 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Keep Sidney Rice in there as he has much more potential for yardage, while Davis is primarily useful if he scores a touchdown.

  • Brandon 10:25 am on September 10, 2009 Permalink
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    Wide receivers to watch out for (sleepers) 

    With most fantasy football league drafts complete, it’s time to skim the waiver wire for some players to keep an eye on. If you’re in a Yahoo league, these are the guys you would click the little ‘Add to Watch List’ flag next to their name. I guess you could consider these as “sleeper picks”, but they’re really just guys who have shown promise in the offseason and whose numbers could surprise you when the season is all said and done. I’ve also included a bonus running back waiver wire pickup in case you were interested.

    Wide receivers to watch:

    1. Davone Bess, MIA – Last season Bess ended the year with a respectable 54 receptions, but it was the end of the year where he really shined. Over the last six games of the season, Davone had 35 catches. This year he’s fighting to be the number two receiver alongside Ted Ginn, but in the end he should again be Pennington’s go-to guy and should put up some decent numbers.
    2. David Clowney, NYJ – Apparently he didn’t win the battle to be the #2 receiver for the Jets, but he’s faster than Chansi Stuckey and had a solid preseason. Look for him to get a lot of looks in the passing game no matter where he is on the depth chart.
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    • Christina 3:42 pm on September 11, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I am officially on the Hakeem Nicks bandwagon. He apparently just worked his way up to #4 WR on the depth chart and Im surprised he isnt #2. I suppose the Giants want to give former high pick Manningham a shot but Nicks’ pre-season explosion may keep him off the field and push Manningham down the depth chart.

      • Brandon 2:02 pm on September 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Yeah I agree, I think he’ll move up the depth chart mid-way through the season, but I’m still holding off on my final judgement until we see what this year’s version of the Giants offense is all about.

  • Matt 9:16 am on September 10, 2009 Permalink

    The rumors that the Broncos were offering Brandon Marshall a contract extension appear to have been premature. Or were they? Something’s going on, but it’s unclear what exactly.

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