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  • Josh 3:05 pm on November 18, 2008 Permalink
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    Guest Post: Week 12 QB Fantasy Football Rankings 

    Editors’ note: The following post was written by a guest blogger, Josh from Pro Football 101.

    Must Starts

    1. Drew Brees vs. Green Bay

    Once again, Drew Brees heads the list. This week the Green Bay Packers come to town in what should be a high-scoring affair. Brees has been a fantasy star the whole season and is on pace to break Dan Marino’s all-time passing record from 1984.

    And in this one, he gets his favorite short weapon back in the fold: RB Reggie Bush. This should open up the underneath passing game which in turn will open up the deep ball to Colston and Moore. Look for another stellar performance out of Brees and the offense. (More …)

  • Josh 7:12 pm on November 6, 2008 Permalink
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    Guest Post: Week 10 QB Fantasy Rankings 

    Editors’ note: The following post was written by our new guest blogger, Josh from Pro Football 101. We’re happy to welcome Josh as a guest blogger – he definitely knows his fantasy football. -Matt and Brandon

    Must Starts:

    1006156d 1cf6 44e7 865a 617853b3ffbd Thumbnail1. Kurt Warner vs. San Francisco. Most people around the NFL know how good Warner and this offense is, but this Monday, when the 49ers come to town, the entire country will find out on a national stage. Warner has been lighting it up through the air of late and we see that trend continuing this week back in the desert. While the Niners are pretty strong against the run, they have trouble vs. the pass, and with Boldin and Fitzgerald lining up on the outside against Clements and Harris, look for Arizona to exploit these mismatches all night long. Warner will eclipse the 300-yard mark for the third consecutive game and throw for at least two TDs. (More …)

    • Shirley 8:48 pm on November 6, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      How effective do you think Bulger can be without SJax helping move the ball down the field? I have Donnie Avery on my team so the fact that SJax is out makes me worry about the passing game.

    • Josh 1:40 am on November 7, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      I think Bulger will be all right in this one. Not having SJax puts a little more pressure on him, but back-ups RB Pitman/Gado can be effective and I think the Jets’ secondary is one of its weaker points. So while you shouldn’t expect a ridiculous day from Bulger on Sunday, over 200 yards a few scores seems definitely in order. Also, Avery’s their only home run threat (and he did very well vs. New England in another gmae S Jax was out), so this bodes well for the play action. Do you have any other options to choose from? Rookie wide outs are sometimes difficult to predict.

    • The Don 9:21 am on November 7, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Someone help me should I start Matt Ryan vs Saints
      Dmcnab vs new york?

    • Josh 11:40 am on November 7, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      I’d say Ryan. I don’t usually endorse rookie QBs over veterans, but remember, Giants’ DC Spagnuola was with the Eagles for eight years and knows McNabb’s strengths and weaknesses very well. In their game last December, when Westbrook played, the Giants held Philly to 13 points and this year’s version is playing better than at any point then. Also, the Saints have given up 30 and 32 points in their last two games respectively.

    • Brandon 12:24 pm on November 7, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      @The Don: Go with Matt Ryan for sure. Ryan has been solid all year…and so has the New York Giants pass rush. The same can not be said for the Saints pass defense.

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