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  • Brandon 1:16 pm on August 5, 2011 Permalink
    Tags: craig davis, , kenny britt   

    Darren McFadden out two weeks of camp with fractured orbital bone 

    Some random football updates:

    • After talking up Darren McFadden in a previous post, it seems he’ll now miss two weeks of training camp with a fractured orbital bone in his face. Backup Michael Bush is still an unsigned restricted free-agent, so I assume the team will get moving on signing him as soon as possible, as their other options aren’t anything special. I still like McFadden this year and a face injury isn’t something that will prevent him from racking up fantasy points this season.
    • WR Craig “Buster” Davis has signed with the Buffalo Bills. I’m sure Matt is super excited about this one!
    • WR Kenny Britt has missed seven days of training camp so far and blames his yoga instructor for not properly making his hamstrings flexible or something. As always, he’s an injury waiting to happen, so keep that in mind if you’re targeting him in your draft.
     
    • BillsFan 3:30 pm on August 5, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      I am getting sick of Buddy Nix taking all of his draft busts from the Chargers and bringing them to Blo.

      • Matt 3:42 am on August 8, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Yep, it’s a little disconcerting, no doubt.

    • Jeff 4:32 pm on August 5, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      So my nfl.com draft already took place and i think it’s a little early, 10 team league, the team I ended up with is
      Matt Ryan, Lesean McCoy, Mendenhall, Fitzgerald, Miles Austin, Jimmy Graham, one W/R flex from this bench, Austin Collie, Brandon Lloyd, Mark Ingram, Felix Jones, Roy Williams, Mike Williams TB…my concerns are McCoy losing TD’s to Ronnie Brown, the value and talent of DeMarco Murray in Dallas, and Brandon Lloyd not having McDaniels pass happy offense. Should I take a chance on rookies like DeMarco Murray or Ryan Williams out of AZ instead of having a plethora or WR’s on my bench, my logic was get some WR’s for trade bait since a lot of teams didn’t draft WR depth.

      • Brandon 6:37 pm on August 5, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        I like Matty Ice at quarterback and plan to target him as my QB1 in as many leagues as I can. I’m not a huge LeSean McCoy fan this year, but he should do alright and between Mendenhall, Felix Jones and Mark Ingram, you should find someone to plug in your RB2 spot from week to week. You’re pretty good at WR with Fitz, Austin, Lloyd and Mike Williams. Austin Collie and Roy Williams are expendable if you can get someone to take them off your hands. I’d stick with what you have otherwise though and wait and see. DeMarco Murray is a third stringer to start the year and we saw what kind of quagmire the Dallas backfield was the past few years.

        • Jeff 6:51 pm on August 5, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          forgot to mention i also drafted julio jones with one of my last picks for a gamble

          • Brandon 4:25 pm on August 8, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            I forget who it was, but someone on the Falcons was loving Julio Jones, saying he was the best rookie receiver that they’d ever seen or something….so nice pick up!

  • Brandon 11:15 am on December 6, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , kenny britt,   

    Apparently whoever does the fantasy point projections for Yahoo (probably a computer) really hates Kenny Britt’s chances against the Texans in week 15. Feel free to start him in weeks 14 or 16, where he should get your seven points or so…just don’t start him in week 15 against one of the worst pass defenses in the league!

    Keep in mind that he still hasn’t even returned from injury, so who knows if he even plays at all in week 14. Anyways, I just found this amusing…

    yahoo kenny britt houston

     
    • Squish 3:14 pm on December 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      LOL, that’s one hilarious post! I think Yahoo must have accidentally marked him out for the wrong week. That’s okay, up until a couple weeks ago, Kurt Warner was still projected to have some points on a few sites.

      • Brandon 3:17 pm on December 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        It’s also funny that 214 people on Facebook “like” Kenny Britt. Are those all his relatives or something? Or do people really have that much disregard for who/what they “like” on the internet that they click any button they are shown? Hah

        • Squish 5:36 pm on December 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          Actually it probably is close to how you explain it. The truth is that there are hundreds of sites that will pay people to “like” things on facebook.

          Having well researched many online money making processes, I have noticed two things: 1. It is very very hard to make any substantial amount of money doing them without using the referral system (aka pyramid scheme). 2. There a massive amounts of people who are stupid enough to do these things anyway simply based on the hope that they will some day be making more.

          That being said, I can’t think of anybody that would enlist a site to get people to like Kenny Britt. Unless the Titans are trying some new form of advertising lol.

    • Hawgman 4:33 pm on December 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I have Mr. Britt’s teammate, Nate Washington. I grabbed him off the wire for the week 15 matchup against what passes for a D in Houston (assuming that I am still playing week 15 of course.

  • Brandon 9:24 am on October 25, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , kenny britt, steve johnson, , ,   

    The Wire – Week 8 pick-ups: Johnson and Gettis and Britt, oh my! 

    Here are the potential waiver wire targets for the upcoming week. This week we got some huge performances from some borderline fantasy starters (and David Gettis.) Maybe next week they’ll all be starting and can disappoint a lot of people out there…just kidding, maybe. Anyways, I’ve included my thoughts on each player, as well as the percentage owned (taken from Yahoo.) Take a look and see if any of these guys can help patch your squad together and carry you to the Promised Land…

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    • Jack 1:39 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      hey brandon-

      definitely should’ve played steve johnson. ended up getting a nice goose egg from donald driver.

      is it time to part ways with any of these guys? forsett, benjarvus, amendola, louis murphy?

      I have roddy white and ATL Def on bye. Someone just picked up you’re recommended TB def, so what is your 2nd def of the week? possibly dallas? And at this point, do you drop ATL DEF or drop one of the above players for a DEF?

      thanks a lot!

      • Jack 3:10 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        sorry one more q: what about dropping mcnabb for fitzpatrick? romo is my starter.
        if dallas falls out of the playoff picture after tonights game, does romo’s value go way down?
        thanks again.

        • Brandon 3:39 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          Romo’s value won’t go way down at any point in the season unless he gets hurt. It’s not like the team packs it up and turns the offense over to the back-up once the team looks like they’re playoff chances are shot. In terms of McNabb and Fitzpatrick though, that’s a tough one. Fitzpatrick is playing out of his mind right now and is definitely worth an add to your team. Anyway you can carry three quarterbacks? Maybe you could drop Louis Murphy for the time being.

      • Brandon 3:36 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        I thought you were going to play Donald Driver AND Steve Johnson? Who’d you play instead?

        As for the guys you mention, you might as well hang on to them for another week unless there is a hot waiver wire add in your league.

        Feel free to drop the Atlanta defense and switch to a defense-of-the-week technique (unless your league penalizes for number of transactions.) Another solid defense in week 8 is Dallas, as you mention. Even Denver could be decent, even if they did just get blown up by Oakland. They play a 49ers team that could be starting David Carr.

        • Jack 4:56 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          hey Brandon,
          I ended up going with amendola, driver, roddy. don’t remember why i paniced on johnson. amendola produced decent points so that was a relief.

          i just dropped murphy for gettis, a longshot i know, but im weak on WRs still.

          The Question now is, do I drop james starks for Dal DEF or def-of-week technique it by dropping ATL def. Do you think ATL’s def is solid from here on out?

          • jack 12:02 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

            Hey brandon,
            how can this be with romo?
            with mcnabb, but do I drop any of the above guys for kitna, or fitzpatrick now?

          • jack 12:03 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

            Sry, can’t type on phone. Thanks.

          • Brandon 6:44 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

            You might drop Tony Romo at this point. I’ve seen estimates as early as 2 games, but more likely he comes back in around 6-8 or something. With the Cowboys season in the tank, I can’t see them rushing him back. He might just be a waste of a roster spot at this point, especially since his numbers weren’t any better than Fitzpatrick’s have been lately!

    • Tommy 3:53 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I love the new design guys!

      • Brandon 6:42 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks man! We’re still working out the kinks, but it’s always good to change things up once in a while.

    • Benn 4:59 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Fitzpatrick or Sancez as my backup going forward and specifically for week 8 as I have Flacco on a bye. Thanks for the help/

      • Brandon 8:41 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Right now it seems that Fitzpatrick is the guy you want. The Bills offense seems to be coming together and the passing game is really picking up. Unlike the Jets, the Bills don’t have two great runners to turn to (they have two dynamic backs, who can catch passes though!)

    • TJ 1:37 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hernandez or O-Daniels going forward as a backup to Vernon Davis ( may need it soon – David Carr does not look good for VD)

      At WR, would you choose any of the ones above (Britt, Bess, Johnson) over Branch, TB Williams, Knox? I have room for 1 more, White is on bye next week and I need to plug someone in to start next to Garcon and for later/playoffs (I have Lloyd, but wondering we’ve just passed the Bronco’s peak and it’s time for their annual meltdown).

      Is anyone else happy to see Ray Rice has a bye this week?

      • Brandon 8:47 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Although I’m a Patriots fan, I think I’m leaning towards Daniels actually for your backup tight end. Hernandez is getting looks and can put up decent yardage, but I think the Texans will actually look for Owen Daniels in the redzone…something New England hasn’t done yet with Hernandez.

        At wide receiver, definitely pick up Kenny Britt for Deion Branch. At this point I think I like Steve Johnson over Mike Williams as well, as I have more faith in Ryan Fitzpatrick than Josh Freeman at quarterback and Johnson is on fire!

        I like Bess too though, so if you don’t get the other guys, put in a claim for him too.

        As for Ray Rice, I’m not very happy with him at the moment. Between benching Darren McFadden and having Chris Johnson and Rice put up crappy performances in games where their team scored tons of points, I lost a match-up I should have won by a mile 🙁

    • Joe 9:23 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Will TB DEF do better this week than Seattle against Oakland?

      Also, I have Andre Johnson, Reggie Wayne, Austin Collie, Greg Jennings, Kenny Britt, Deion Branch and Sidney Rice. Should I start Britt over Johnson, Wayne or Jennings this week? Is there any reason to hold on to Rice or is he just wasting bench space?

      • Brandon 8:25 am on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        I like the Tampa Bay defense over Seattle this week. At wide receiver, you might consider starting Britt over Jennings (never thought I’d say that!) as Jennings plays the Jets this week and Antonio Cromartie should have pretty good coverage on him. Keep Wayne and AJ in there though. As for Rice, I’m not expecting a whole lot from him this year. Feel free to drop him for a serviceable WR3 if there’s one available.

    • AtlantaJJ 12:21 pm on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      You guys jinxed Romo!!

      So now that he’s jinxed

      I have a QB problem. I want to just DROP Cutler. I have Mark Sanchez and Alex Smith. Does it make sense for me to pick up Jon Kinta ? If so, who should I drop? Cutler ? So for Alex Smith’s season totals are better than Sanchez.

      • AtlantaJJ 12:30 pm on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Oh and since we are talking defense of the week. (I like that idea)

        I currently own Redskins and Lions. Seattle is looking good and available on the waiver wire. The other available teams are: Dallas, Colts, Browns (bye) and Jacksonville.

        The Redskins play the Lions week 8. Who should I pick up,or should I keep the Redskins and Lions. Who should I start. I’m running low on cash so I have to bid low.

        • AtlantaJJ 7:07 am on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          Well I had to answer my own question. I dropped the Lions and got Seattle. I also dropped Lance Moore, and picked up Jon Kinta to fill in for Cutler. I’m going to hold on to Cutler for now. If I had a good QB I would be a play off contender. I have Sanchez, Alex Smith, Cutler, and now Kinta.

          • Brandon 8:22 am on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

            Oops, sorry I didn’t get to this one! I saw it last night but forgot to reply. At quarterback, if you still can, drop Alex Smith and pick up either Ryan Fitzpatrick or Matthew Stafford. As for defense, Seattle should do alright against the Raiders (who definitely won’t score 59 points again.)

    • JM 1:47 pm on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      The Romo jinx. QBs drop like flies with me as an owner. I would like to offer up a trade in my league and need your help!! Who should I offer up to get either Big Ben or Schaub?…my team

      Romo-out
      Bradshaw
      Lynch
      Torain
      Mathews
      Tolbert
      A. Johnson
      J.Maclin
      M.Crabtree
      S. Holmes
      D.Thomas
      Z. Miller
      K
      Def
      I was going to try for Fitzpatrick as well. I read in an earlier post that dropping Romo should be okay. Still thinking that?

      • Brandon 8:18 am on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Hopefully this isn’t too late, but feel free to drop Romo for Kitna, Fitzpatrick or Stafford at this point. There is talk that he’s done for the season now. As for offering a trade for Roethlisberger or Schaub, it all depends on what the other teams needs are.

      • JM 10:34 pm on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Wasn’t too late. Thanks for the input. Now..I grabbed Fitzpatrick but feel I need more QB depth. The guy says he needs rbs and WRs. Not specific but I wan’t to be fair. Who would you offer, from my list, for Schaub?? And also looking to add a WR. Who do you like out of Lee Evans, Davone Bess and Mike Williams(Sea)?

        • Brandon 8:41 am on October 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          That’s a tough one, because the only guys that are viable one-for-one with Schaub are some of the best guys you have at each position really (Bradshaw/Torain/Maclin.) I guess you could offer Maclin and replace him with Mike Williams. I like Evans and Williams though, so see if you can scoop them up if you end up trading away some of your receiver depth.

    • Tony 3:52 pm on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      In desperate need of immediate help, so any advice is greatly appreciated

      12 team league here’s my lineup

      QB:Peyton Manning
      QB:John Kitna
      WR:Mike Thomas
      WR:Deion Branch
      RB:Jamaal Charles
      RB:Brandon Jackson
      TE:Vernon Davis
      W/T:Jermaine Gresham
      W/R:Steve Johnson
      W/R:Dexter McCluster

      Bench:
      D. Mason WR BAL
      D. Jackson WR PHI
      S. Holmes WR NYJ

      Should I shuffle these at all?

      Thinking of trying to get Hasslebeck instead of Kitna, just because he’s a sort of known quantity…
       
      Some notable availables:

      L. Blount RB TB
      B. White WR IND
      D. Brown RB IND
      P. Garcon WR IND
      M. Floyd WR SD
      M. Tolbert RB SD
      K. Walter WR HOU
      P. Crayton WR SD

      Would you recommend any of these moving forward?

      Also, any names I should keep an eye out for as far as pickups?

      • Nero 11:00 pm on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        You better snag up Garcon! What is he doing still available in your league?

        • Tony 1:51 am on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          Hah. He’s gone as of this afternoon while I was at work. Typical.

      • Brandon 8:28 am on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        I’d start Santonio Holmes over Mike Thomas this week. As for free agents, I like Patrick Crayton for next week or so and would even consider dropping Mike Thomas for him.

    • Nero 10:59 pm on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Blair White or Anthony Gonzalez – I got both, but I wanna drop one for Jon Kitna

      • Brandon 8:17 am on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Not sure either of these guys is going to have a huge impact in the long term, but since Anthony Gonzalez claims to be healthy, he’s probably the best bet at the moment.

        • Tony 2:00 am on October 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          While on the subject of the colts, is Tamme a viable option moving forward?

          • Brandon 8:36 am on October 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply

            Apparently the Colts President, Bill Polian, claims that Tamme can do everything offensively that Dallas Clark could do, so take that for whatever it’s worth. He’s worth a gamble if you’re in a bind this week or want to stash him for later if he turns out alright, but if you have a decent option this week, go with the decent option instead of Tamme.

  • Brandon 8:31 am on October 25, 2010 Permalink
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    Of course you all had these guys on your active rosters!

    fantasy football top 7 for week 7

    Did anyone start multiple players on this list? I had 2 on my bench, but that’s not worth a whole lot…

     
    • Marques 12:23 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I didn’t have any of these players on my roster, but of course I did face off against the guy that had Roddy White. It was great seeing Roddy in such a high scoring game and the Patriots/Chargers in such a low scoring mistake driven game (i.e. I had Welker and Crayton going).

    • Brandon 1:45 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Adding to the amazing-ness is the efficiency of these guys. If Lee Evans catches two passes…he scores a touchdown. Britt is just slightly less efficient, requiring 2.3 catches for a score. McFadden rushes for 165 yards and 3 touchdowns on just 16 carries, while catching a touchdown on just two receptions. Roddy White was obviously slacking off, requiring over five catches to find the endzone 🙂

    • AtlantaJJ 4:20 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I feel guilty because I sent a link to an article about Kenny Britt’s legal troubles to a fellow FF league member on Saturday so that she would be aware since he’s on her team. It appears she benched him as a result. I explicitly stated he would play but would not start. I’m afraid to go back to our message board now.

      • Brandon 4:24 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Now you know how the fantasy football “experts” feel every Monday morning when they open their e-mail after handing out advice to tons of people, hah. But honestly, at first glance when I saw that Kenny Britt wasn’t starting I assumed they were saying he wouldn’t play. I had heard a rumor that he might sit out a game for misconduct or something, so maybe it was in the back of my mind. It’s the team owner’s fault though if they don’t do the proper research!

    • ceejay 8:30 pm on October 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I had 130 pts sitting the bench in the form of Britt, Fitzpatrick, Steve Johnson, and McFadden. Meanwhile, my 10 starters will get me only 90 pts (if 2 players do well tonight: Roy Williams and Ahmad Bradshaw).

    • Squish 3:04 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Playing Seattle defense and Billy Cundiff almost universally this week won me about 5 games. Roddy White accounted for the rest 🙂

      Back at the top of my money league and basking in trade offers for my QB stable. I’ve maneuvered it so I have Eli, Carson, Stafford, and McNabb on my team at the same time. The guy with Favre and Kolb is practically begging me for one of them 🙂

      • Brandon 8:39 am on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        That’s a nice spot to be in…but why haven’t you traded one of those QB’s? Get some value for them while you can! Unless you start three quarterbacks, hah

        • Squish 11:52 pm on October 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          LOL well I started the season with Palmer, Eli and McNabb expecting one of them to break out but through 5 weeks none of them had been consistently good enough to garner trade interest. Seeing that stafford may start this week I went ahead and monopolized him too.

          To be honest, it’s really tough to get a trade done in this league. The best offer to date that I’ve had is Palmer and Foster for Colston and Holmes. Not exactly heaven. Right now I’m just hanging onto them to keep other teams from having them. My team as it stands is:

          QB – Eli, Palmer, McNabb, Stafford
          WR – White, Wayne, Williams (SEA), Cribbs, Hester, (1 pt per 15 return yards)
          RB – Rice, Foster, Best, Forsett
          TE – Heath Miller

          As you can plainly see, it’d be difficult for me to improve at WR given my trade bait. really, none of my QB’s could buy me a guy to upgrade at any position. My goal was to have a better TE after trading but nobody is open to deals.

          Which of those 4 QBs would you trade if given the option? And who would I target for a fair trade to upgrade at WR or RB?

          • Brandon 11:05 am on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

            You could package Palmer and Mike Williams for an upgrade at WR, seeing as how they’re both coming off big games. Who does the guy with Favre/Kolb have for receivers…since he might not have a QB this week!

          • Squish 7:07 pm on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

            The guy with Favre/Kolb has almost all elite WRs as he went value based draft and WRs hung around awhile. He managed AJ, Marshall, Colston, and now also has TO and Holmes. Other than Holmes it would be hard to get at one of his elites since they will score more in the flex spot than most RBs. It’s a 3WR and 1 flex league so he’s not sitting any of those guys. I personally don’t feel Holmes would improve my roster and I am first in the league so I hesitate to make any drastic moves.

            I offered him Palmer for Colston straight up which is about as fair as a single player deal will get. I’m waiting for a response. I’m not big at offering Williams since he’s had more targets than all of his WRs but Owens since Branch left. I think Williams could be a borderline WR1 the rest of the season. I might offer Cribbs and Palmer for a couple of his Wrs. Since it’s a return yardage league and he’s desperate he may bite. I’ll let you know when I hear the response to the first trade offer.

  • Brandon 3:30 pm on December 15, 2009 Permalink
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    The Wire – Week 15: Slim Pickings 

    Here are our waiver wire candidates for week 15. As usual, you’ll find players who are either [Startable], a [Stopgap] to get you past a BYE or injury, [Worth a look] and spot on your bench, or [One-week-wonder]s who don’t warrant a roster spot, so you make your roster moves accordingly. You’ll also see the percent owned in parenthesis. We’re coming down to crunch-time now, with the playoffs starting/continuing in nearly every league out there at this point, so hopefully you don’t have to rely too much on the players listed here. As usual, good luck to everyone as you try to get one step closer to that league championship!

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    • Jason 10:06 am on December 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Made it to playoffs, need some help though, I’m playing Kevin Faulk instead of McCoy as flex, using R.Bush and Maroney at RB. Thought about Meachem in the flex, buy NE plays Buffalo. Got J.Stewart on the bench this week, might have to put Meachem in for Fitzgereld if he is hurt. I have Alex Smith for next week verse the Lions, cause I know Manning won’t really play that last game, if I make it to the next round. What do you guys think?

      • Brandon 10:31 am on December 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I’m not sure you can justify starting Kevin Faulk over Robert Meachem in the flex spot. If Larry Fitzgerald doesn’t play, I’d put Meachem in the WR slot, then as long as Brian Westbrook doesn’t play, put LeSean McCoy in the flex spot. Kevin Faulk does have a touchdown in the past two games, but that isn’t his strong suit and when the Bills and Patriots played in week one, Faulk had under 60 combine yards.

        • PM 12:45 pm on December 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          I’m thinking of starting Meachem over Ochocinco in the playoffs. I have to play 3 WR and my other two are Vincent Jackson and Miles Austin. I also have Steve Breaston on my bench and without LF he could have a nice game. Any suggestions? Ochocinco has underperformed for me so is Meachem a better choice?

        • Brandon 8:26 am on December 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Yeah I’m fine with Meachem over Ochocinco. Meachem has a better match-up this week and should have a decent game against Dallas, who just got beat up by the Giants and Chargers receivers in recent weeks.

    • Mark 2:37 pm on December 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      My QB situation is horrrible. I have David Garrard and Brady Quinn. Which one do I start? Slim picking on the wire. Also who is the better flex play: Addai or Sidney Rice?

      • Brandon 8:23 am on December 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Go with Sidney Rice over Addai, who could be benched at half-time if the Colts have a big lead. As for your unfortunate quarterback situation (I can’t believe I’m saying this,) go with Brady Quinn. He has a much better match-up and while the Browns offense has been putrid this season, Quinn has a few decent games as of late. Plus, you won’t have to sit there and agonize over a bad Garrard outing for three days if he puts up a stinker tonight. Good luck!

    • Brandon Walsh 6:00 pm on December 16, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      The waiver wire is unavailable for me in the playoffs and I’m forced to choose between starting Marion Barber and Pierre Thomas going head to head in the same game. Pierre has had better games recently, but Mike Bell is supposed to be back, and New Orleans’ run D is worse than Dallas’.

      • Brandon 8:24 am on December 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Neither has scored touchdowns in the running game lately, but the fact that Pierre Thomas is used in the passing game makes him more valuable here.

    • Dennis 11:32 am on December 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I’m playing the number one seed in the playoffs this week. This would be a huge win. I need 3WR 2RB and 2 flex.

      Players I have
      WR: TO, Smith(NYG), Hakeem Nicks, Antonio Bryant, Dwayne Bowe, Roddy White, Crabtree, Sims-Walker, Chambers
      RB: Pierre Thomas, Ganther, Hightower

      Cribbs is also available in my league. I’m most likely playing Ganther after his performance last week. Not to sure about Hightower since he’s been losing carries and having fumble issues of late but he is playing Detroit.

      • Brandon 11:44 am on December 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        At receiver, I like T.O., Steve Smith and Michael Crabtree. Did you start Pierre Thomas last night? If so, go with Quinton Ganther alongside him. In the flex spots, go with Hakeem Nicks and take a gamble on Roddy White, even if he’s against Darrelle Revis.

    • Lindsay 6:35 pm on December 17, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      SO thank you for all your help, I have made it through the first round of the playoffs, but this weekend I am playing one of my brother’s and would ofcourse love to win…So I need help with some decisions…
      at QB Romo or Orton Romo VS. NO worries me a bit
      WRs I am thinking of playing Colston, Meacham and Smith(Nyg)
      RBs R. WIlliams and Ganther
      DEF Houston…could pick up Seattle if u think that is better
      Need flex help or plug these in above…have Forte, L. Evans, Avery, Bess, FLoyd

      On the FA list is Aromoshadu, Britt, Camarillo, Knox, A. Bryant

      I also have Collie, but am benching him this week seeing that he may not play too much…hopefully I don’t regret that decision.

      Thanks for your help!!

      • Brandon 11:41 am on December 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Sorry for the late reply! I’m not sure what help you still need (if any), but please feel free to leave another comment before game time and we’ll try to respond. Good luck!

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