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  • Brandon 11:16 am on December 22, 2009 Permalink
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    Week 16 Defenses to Consider 

    Here’s a quick list of teams that are playing some of the worst offenses in the league this week and could be available in your league in case you were looking for a plug-in. We’ve included the percent owned in parenthesis, as well as highlighted our favorites in green:

    • Green Bay (96%) vs Seattle
    • Arizona (91%) vs St. Louis
    • New England (83%) vs Jacksonville
    • Cincinnati (81%) vs Kansas City
    • New York Giants (72%) vs Carolina
    • Indianapolis (71%) vs New York Jets
    • San Francisco (70%) vs Detroit
    • Dallas (65%) @ Washington
    • Atlanta (30%) vs Buffalo
    • Cleveland (18%) vs Oakland
     
    • Tommy 11:30 am on December 22, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I got GB!

      • Brandon 4:07 pm on December 22, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        woot woot!

      • Tommy 6:45 pm on December 22, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Here’s my dilemma, heading into the finals…

        We have at QB:

        Jay Cutler vs. Minnesota
        Matt Moore @ NYG

        At running back, pick 4:
        Maurice Jones Drew @NE
        Jamaal Charles @Cincinnati
        Ahmad Bradshaw vs. Carolina
        Jerome Harrison vs. Oakland
        Quinton Ganther vs. Dallas
        Maurice Morris @SF

        At WR, pick 4:
        Vincent Jackson @Tennessee
        Devin Thomas vs. Dallas
        Chris Chambers @ Cincinnati
        Dwyane Bowe @ Cincinnati
        Mike Thomas @ NE
        Justin Gage vs. SD

        And also, do you think Brees will play this week? I’m playing him this week…

        Thanks a lot for your help.

        • Tommy 6:47 pm on December 22, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          My bad, pick *3* WRs

        • Brandon 9:33 am on December 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          At quarterback, I think you have to go with Jay Cutler (even if he’s been pretty scary this season.) The Vikings haven’t been all that great lately against the pass, giving up three touchdowns to both Kurt Warner and Matt Moore in the past three weeks.

          At running back, I like MJD, Charles, Bradshaw (hope he gets a touchdown or two again) and Jerome Harrison, although he’s risky and there’s no way he’s having a week like he did last Sunday.

          At receiver, go with Vincent Jackson, Chris Chambers (although you could easily put Bowe in here instead) and take the gamble on Justin Gage.

          As for Brees, I’m sure he’ll play most of the game. The team wants to erase the memory of that loss and there’s no way they’ll let themselves limp into the playoffs with two or three losses in the last three weeks of the season.

        • Brandon 11:53 pm on December 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Wow Justin Gage…nice game! Hopefully you ignored my advice on that one, but otherwise, hopefully the other guys step it up.

        • Tommy 7:52 pm on December 27, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Actually I didn’t even see this post and was pissed I didn’t get a response, just saw this now…

          I started Moore at QB.

          Started MJD, Charles, Harrison, and Bradshaw at RB…
          and Jackson, Chambers, and Gage at WR.

          I’m down 11, guy I’m playing has no players and I have Fred Davis and Danieal Manning. hopefully i win

    • TJ 1:30 pm on December 22, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Who would you guys play this week between GB & Arizona?

      • Brandon 4:07 pm on December 22, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Green Bay gets my vote. Matt Hasselbeck is coming off one of his worst games of the season and the Packers will be looking to feast on any insecurities he has in Lambeau.

    • s 2 da a L 3:59 pm on December 22, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I would go GB

    • nero 2:43 am on December 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Why isn’t NO on the list?

      • Brandon 9:35 am on December 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Good catch…they probably should be. They’ve let up some points these past weeks but the last time they played Tampa Bay they whooped em’. If you have the Saints defense, don’t worry about swapping them out.

    • Squish 2:59 am on December 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Well, it’s officially the first of two “fun” weeks when we get to guess which teams will play their starters and for how long. It’s my absolute most hated portion of the year when you have to throw your hard work out to dry.

      Lost a few last week, I think I have 4 championships, 4 semi-finals, and 3 third place games this week. Hopefully everything turns out better this week than last!

    • Joe 10:30 am on December 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I have the Indianapolis and NYG defenses…… which one should i start. Also i have McCoy and Harrison for my RB2 spot……. which one should i start

      • Brandon 9:37 am on December 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Go with the Giants on defense, as they still have something to play for. At running back, I think you want to roll the dice on Jerome Harrison and hope he can get at least a third of the numbers he put up last week. Good luck!

    • H-O-V 3:06 pm on December 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I have GB’s and SF’s D/ST…who should I play?

      • Shane 3:51 pm on December 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Stick With GB, The Lions have been playing much better than the Seahawks as of late.

      • Brandon 9:37 am on December 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Agreed, go with Green Bay.

  • Brandon 9:00 am on December 15, 2009 Permalink
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    Week 15 Defenses to Consider 

    Here’s a quick list of teams that are playing some of the worst offenses in the league this week and could be available in your league in case you were looking for a plug-in. We’ve included the percent owned in parenthesis, as well as highlighted our favorites in green:

    • Baltimore (99%) vs Chicago
    • Minnesota (99%) @ Carolina
    • New England (85%) @ Buffalo
    • Denver (84%) vs Oakland
    • San Diego (82%) vs Cincinnatti
    • Arizona (80%) @ Detroit
    • Tennessee (72%) vs Miami
    • Seattle (35%) vs Tampa Bay
    • Atlanta (29%) @ New York Jets
    • Houston (23%) @ St. Louis
    • Kansas City (3%) vs Cleveland
     
    • TJ 10:20 am on December 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      How would you rank these D’s for this week: GB, Bal, ARI, DEN, SEA, ATL.

      • Brandon 10:34 am on December 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Denver, Seattle, Arizona, Green Bay, Baltimore, Atlanta.

    • Tommy 10:28 am on December 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Do you think Green Bay is worse than any of Seattle, Atlanta, Houston, KC?

      • Brandon 10:35 am on December 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        See my response to TJ above, but this week I like Seattle more than Green Bay.

    • Tommy 10:40 am on December 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Ahmad Bradshaw, Arian Foster, or Jerome Harrison? w/r spot… also have chris brown

      • Brandon 10:36 am on December 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I like Bradshaw. The other guys are too big of a question mark at this point.

    • Pinwiz 10:41 am on December 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Sure, rub it in those of you still in the playoffs… I’m going to be in the corner sulking and cursing Kurt Warner.

      • Squish 12:40 pm on December 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I understand that. I’m lucky the league I played him was a meaningless game this week.

        Not doing to bad on the year myself I think. In the playoffs with all 15 of my teams. I Got 3 knocked out this week because I didn’t get a chance to set my lineups. The good news is they were my worst teams. Flea flicker has 2 of my teams knocked out along with 3 first round byes this week and 4 second round matchups. Yahoo has all 3 of my teams remaining with 2 first round matchups this week and one second round. I like to think I can pull down at least a few championships this season!

      • s 2 da a L 8:21 pm on December 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        similar boat – difference between playoffs and consolation ladder is Greg Jennings. I needed 10 points last Monday night. He came up short. I changed my name to Greg Jenning’s Failure and put up a goofy picture of that wasted draft pick. I ended the “regular” season with 5 straight losses, too. smh

    • Terry 8:32 pm on December 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Concern about Steelers D verses GB this week? Didn’t like what I saw last week.

      • Squish 9:14 pm on December 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I agree, PIT’s Defense has had some great matchups the last few games and they haven’t done anything of relevance in any of those weeks. I’ve downgraded them to the 10-15 rank of defenses this week. There are simply too many other great options that actually provide each week.

        In order this week, I like ARI, BAL, DEN, MIN, PHI, GB, HOU, NYJ, then NE.

  • Brandon 11:11 am on December 8, 2009 Permalink
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    Week 14 Defenses to Consider 

    Here’s a quick list of teams that are playing the worst offenses in the league this week and could be available in your league in case you were looking for a plug-in. We’ve included the percent owned in parenthesis, as well as highlighted our favorites in green:

    • Pittsburgh (99%) @ Cleveland
    • Baltimore (98%) vs Detroit
    • Green Bay (94%) @ Chicago
    • New England (83%) vs Carolina
    • New York Jets (78%) @ Tampa Bay
    • Tennessee (49%) vs St. Louis
    • Buffalo (46%) @ Kansas City
    • Washington (12%) @ Oakland
    • Oakland (5%) vs Washington
    • Kansas City (3%) vs Buffalo
     
    • e-roc 11:50 am on December 8, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Trying to double-down on my Tennessee exposure… since the Chargers are a shell of themselves…

      • Brandon 1:51 pm on December 8, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Yeah I’m high on Tennessee this week. With them playing the Colts last week, there’s a good chance that they were dropped in a ton of leagues as well.

  • Brandon 10:01 am on December 1, 2009 Permalink
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    Week 13 Defenses to Consider 

    Here’s a quick list of teams that are playing some of the lesser offenses in the league this week and who could be available in your league in case you were looking for a plug-in (with the percent owned in parenthesis):

    • Pittsburgh (99%) vs Oakland
    • New Orleans (98%) @ Washington
    • Cincinnati (95%) vs Detroit
    • San Diego (92%) @ Cleveland
    • Denver (75%) @ Kansas City
    • New York Jets (65%) @ Buffalo
    • San Francisco (57%) @ Seattle
    • Chicago (56%) vs St. Louis
    • Buffalo (34%) vs New York Jets
    • Carolina (28%) vs Tampa Bay
    • Houston (11%) @ Jacksonville
    • St. Louis (1%) @ Chicago
     
    • Shirley 1:03 pm on December 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      The Rams D/ST against the Bears? Seriously? Or is it just because you expect Cutler to throw a few picks?

      • Brandon 1:24 pm on December 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Hah, yeah I should have put a disclaimer on that one. It’s only to be used if ABSOLUTELY necessary. I do expect Cutler to throw a few picks though, so that should get you 2-4 points from that.

        • beepdude 8:03 pm on December 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Which would you start in a wr/rb spot, Hightower against Min or T.O. against NYJ, in a non-PPR league, T.O. has stunk for most of the season but he seems like he is heating up

        • Shirley 8:21 pm on December 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          I would go with T.O. simply because MIN’s defense is so much better than NYJ’s. I don’t see the Cardinals doing much against the Vikings.

        • beepdude 9:35 pm on December 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Thanks, I also have Hakeem Nicks vs DAL, would you consider him to be the better play over T.O.?

        • Matt 3:33 pm on December 2, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          I don’t think you can sit T.O. right now. He’s been far more effective now that he’s got a coach who’s doing everything he can to get him the ball.

        • David 6:30 pm on December 2, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Respectfully, if the Jets secondary can reign in Randy Moss, they can do the same to T.O. The Giants are going to have to throw the ball this weekend in Dallas, I’d start Nicks.

        • David 6:31 pm on December 2, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Wow, that should have been rein in, not reign in. Yikes. It might be time to go home for the night!

        • Brandon 8:24 pm on December 2, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Hard to go with Hakeem Nicks over Terrell Owens, even if Darrelle Revis is on the job. Nicks has gotten about 5 points the past four games and doesn’t have the potential that T.O. has at this point. Just keep your fingers crossed!

    • ken 3:44 am on December 4, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Any preferences between Cincy and Denver? Both have sweet matchups. Cincy’s been a little dissapointing lately in terms of point production against weak teams.

      • Brandon 2:28 pm on December 4, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Even though they haven’t quite lived up to the potential, I still like Cincy this weekend, at home, against the Lions. The Bengals are good against the run and should force Detroit to air the ball out, leading to a few interceptions I have to imagine.

        • Ken 3:45 pm on December 4, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          yea i was leaning towards them too. but they dissapointed me in points the past two weeks. Just needed the little push. hah. Thanks!

  • Brandon 8:54 am on November 24, 2009 Permalink
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    Week 12 Defenses to Consider 

    Here’s a quick list of teams that are playing some of the lesser offenses in the league this week and who could be available in your league in case you were looking for a plug-in (with the percent owned in parenthesis):

    • Philadelphia (99%) vs Washington
    • Cincinnati (94%) vs Cleveland
    • Green Bay (93%) @ Detroit
    • Dallas (89%) vs Oakland
    • San Diego (78%) vs Kansas City
    • Miami (60%) @ Buffalo
    • Atlanta (39%) vs Tampa Bay
    • Seattle (26%) @ St. Louis
     
    • Squish 10:38 am on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I gotta go with Baltimore at Pittsburgh too. Pittsburgh has given up the most points in the league per game to opposing defenses by miles. The order of best teams to start a defense against goes like this:

      1. PIT (far and away the most productive team to play a defense against with teams playing against them averaging OVER DOUBLE their season average in defensive FP production)
      2. NYJ
      3. WAS
      4. DEN
      5. CLE/BUF (tie)

      And the worst teams to date to start a defense against are:

      1. TEN
      2. SD
      3. IND
      4. CIN
      5. BAL

      Interesting to note that team defenses are actually scoring below their season average against KC and OAK who most have pegged as a great teams to play a defense against. The season stats to date show otherwise. So definitely lower your expectations for Dallas and SD defenses this week, especially Dallas since they couldn’t force a turnover if it was given to them wrapped as a Christmas gift (at 12TOs forced this year they are tied for dead last with WAS)

      On the other hand, it wouldn’t be wrong to expect good/above average performances out of the defenses of BAL, CAR, and NYG this week as they face the teams giving up the top 5 most fantasy points to opposing defenses (1st, 2nd, and 4th most respectively).

      Info found at FFToday via their SoS tool

      • e-roc 11:38 am on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks Squish – I think you just answered me question about whether to start CIN or SD this weekend! Hopefully the Bungals get back on track against the Brownies.

        • e-roc 11:38 am on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          “my question” not “me question”..

          wow.

        • Squish 2:23 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Glad to be of help! They really need to add the ability to edit comments on the blog…

        • Brandon 4:23 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Do I sense a *hint hint* comment here? 🙂 I’ll run it by Matt the Web Developer Extraordinaire and see what he thinks.

        • Matt 10:13 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          This is one limitation of the P2 theme I based our design on. The P2 theme is what enables us to have all these “live” front-page comments and other features that go above and beyond a normal blog, but it also interferes with a number of WordPress plugins that would normally let us do things like let users edit their own comments.

          There’s good news, though – looks like WordPress just released a new version of P2 which fixes a lot of the issues with this one. I’ll probably have to wait until the offseason to upgrade, though, since I so heavily customized this one and will need to do it all over again after the upgrade. I wouldn’t want to make major modifications during the season, since this isn’t really the time to be exposing users to bugs and any other problems that might emerge.

        • Squish 9:00 am on November 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          No rush, I’m so used to sounding like a babbling idiot because I don’t proofread my posts that it really doesn’t make too much difference.

          I’ll look forward to trying out the new fixes next season 😉

          BTW, you guys are FF only right? I’m just curious because I need to figure out what to do in the offseason still and I honestly decided I couldn’t last through another entire fantasy golf season if I tried. I guess fantasy Adirondack is an option again…

        • Matt 9:16 am on November 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Yeah, at this point we’re just FF, and I doubt that’ll change much… I can’t speak for Brandon but I know my sports knowledge is really NFL-heavy. I don’t even really like watching baseball or basketball to be honest, so I wouldn’t really be a great source of fantasy insight for either sport.

    • Kenny Powers 1:23 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hey, guys! Need some early FF advice! I need 2 WR, 2RB, 1TE, and a flex, please:

      Miles Austin, Smith (Car), Chambers, Maclin
      MJD, McCoy, KSmith, Snelling, Cartwright
      Finley, Keller

      You guys kick ass!

      • sal 3:00 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        austin, mighty mouse – mjd snelling and mccoy – k2

      • Brandon 4:30 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Right now I’m leaning towards most of the same guys Sal mentions: Miles Austin, Steve Smith, Maurice Jones-Drew, Jason Snelling, and LeSean McCoy. However, I’m liking Jermichael Finley against the Lions, who have given up a lot of touchdowns to tight ends this year.

    • ffgeekblogROCKS / Johnson&Johnsons 1:35 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks to http://www.ffgeekblog.com, I have clinched a playoff spot in my yahoo league!!! Alas, since Megatron is probably out this week and I got Ronnie Brown-outted last week, I’m still in dire need of expert opinions! I need 2RBs, 2WRs, 1Flex:

      – Andre Johnson, Nate Burleson, Donnie Avery, Brandon Gibson
      – Chris Johnson, Jamaal Charles, Ahmad Bradshaw, Mike Bell, Bernard Scott, Shonn Greene

      Also, is old-man Warner okay or should I steal Leinart from the waiver pool?

      Thank you so much for all your help throughout the season!

      • Brandon 4:38 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        At receiver, go with Andre Johnson (obviously) and Nate Burleson. At running back and flex, go with Chris Johnson (obviously) and Bernard Scott (as long as he gets the start.) At the flex spot, I’d take the gamble on Jamaal Charles.

        As for Kurt Warner, they’re awaiting the results of some neurological tests before making a decision, so you should do the same. Who is your backup QB? He’s gotta be better than Leinart. Otherwise though, feel free to grab him at the expense of Shonn Greene just in case.

      • Brandon 4:39 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        By the way, congrats on clinching the playoffs already! Glad we could help.

    • sal 2:58 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      hi all – i need some early advice as well – non-ppr, pick 2 out of vjax, jennings, austin

      • Brandon 4:31 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Vincent Jackson and Greg Jennings…both with killer match-ups.

    • TJ 3:47 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hey guys – some early advice if you can, got to travel this week (Non-ppr).

      Need 2 each from:
      – Welker, Ochocinco, Sims-Walker, Smith-NYG, Austin
      – SJax, Forsett, Wells, Charles, Cartwright

      D/ST: Hanging on to CIN for now, BAL, GB, DAL, ATL, SEA available, CIN should be ok vs CLE, but after the Oak game & CLeveland lighting them up earlier this year, now I’m not so sure.

      And, the eternal TE debate: your advice on Shiancoe this SUnday was perfect, thanks!. Going forward, I’m tempted to pick up Boss (or possibly Finley), but right now Witten looks like a better drop than VS. If you happen to see the article on Lester’s Legend’s about productivity from the 3 “top” TEs, Witten’s trends compared to the other 2 (I think it was Gonzo & Gates) were disturbing, particularly the one about him being used for blocking in 46 pass plays vs under 10 for the other 2 guys – if Dallas’ O-line needs that much help, he may not be counted on for receiving much going forward. Any thoughts?

      Thanks again!!

      • Brandon 4:54 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Hey TJ, as usual, your receiver question is tough because you have so many good ones. This week though, I’d go with Wes Welker and Mike Sims-Walker. At running back, Steven Jackson and Justin Forsett (if he gets the start again…otherwise Rock Cartwright.) At defense, I like Green Bay against the Lions on Thanksgiving, especially with Matt Stafford and Calvin Johnson likely sitting the game out. Finally, for your tight end, it’s going to be tough to make a call/guess each week on who will do the best. Shiancoe is a solid option because Favre loves him in the redzone. I like Jermichael Finley this week against the Lions, especially after hearing news that the team has been (and will continue) lining him up in the slot as well to catch more passes. At this point in the season, Witten has become a five catch/50 yard guy with very little red zone targets. I doubt Boss will have any more two touchdown games this year and with all the options in the Giants passing game, he could be a bit inconsistent. Does this help at all?

        • TJ 12:45 pm on November 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Thanks, Brandon, you are always a help. Unfortunately, due to holiday travel & distractions, I was about 60 seconds too late to pick up Finley for the game, so I hope Shiancoe comes through for me again. Looks like Forsett will not be the starter this week, but Jones isn’t 100%….. still move to Cartwright, you think, or even Charles?

          MSW is suddenly “questionable” for Sunday….what’s your take?

        • Brandon 8:41 pm on November 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Don’t worry about Sims-Walker, he’ll play. As for the running back, Charles has a really good match-up and is worth a start if Julius Jones ends up playing. Good luck dude!

    • c30 4:12 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      should i trade peyton manning for tom brady? 10 team league, not ppr. my WRs are reggie wayne, wes welker, vincent jackson…

      • Brandon 4:34 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Maybe it’s because I’m a Patriots fan, but I’d say go for Brady. As a bonus, the Pats could have more to play for down the stretch, while the Colts could clinch pretty early and start resting guys during your fantasy playoffs.

    • Luke 5:19 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hey, which two WRs should I start this week from Fitzgerald, Jennings and Ochocinco? Also should I stick with Antonio Gates over Jermichael Finley? Thanks

      • Luke 5:20 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Its a PPR league

      • Brandon 3:56 pm on November 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I do like the upside of Jermichael Finley this week, but Gates match-up is too good to pass on. As for your receivers, they’re all playing top 3 worst defenses, but I’d go with Fitzgerald and Jennings, who I think have the most potential.

    • ari 8:28 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Which three should I play this week? D.Jackson, S.Rice, A.Boldin or Jennings? Would love to play Jennings so I can follow him on turkey day, but not at the cost of losing points to one of the other guys…

      • Brandon 3:50 pm on November 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        It’s tough to sit him, but I think you bench DeSean Jackson this week. He has the toughest match-up by far and the other guys should all put up solid numbers.

    • Dean 11:41 pm on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Hey guys,

      quick question, Romo or Hasselbeck this week? Thanks, Dean

      • Brandon 3:48 pm on November 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Matt Hasselbeck. I don’t trust Romo this week after the last week’s debacle against Washington. Plus, Hasselbeck has a much better match-up.

    • Mal 4:03 am on November 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Might have to go with a waiver WR if megatron is out AGAIN

      Floyd
      Gibson
      Massaquoi

      ??

      • Brandon 3:46 pm on November 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Ugh, not a fan of any of those guys. I guess Malcom Floyd has a solid match-up and might get lucky. Go with him…and good luck!

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