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  • Brandon 7:53 pm on September 22, 2009 Permalink
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    Some quick player news:

    • The Seahawks are preparing this week as if quarterback Matt Hasselbeck will NOT be the starter, so if you have him on your team, you might consider picking up his backup, Seneca Wallace. Wallace usually puts up some decent numbers when given the chance and should fill in for Hasselbeck pretty well.
    • Looks like there is a good chance that Marion Barber won’t be running the ball for the Cowboys the next few games, so if you have Felix Jones, he’d make a great start in the Barbarian’s absence.
    • It might be smart to bench my boy, Broncos receiver Brandon Marshall, for a little while until he can prove that he’s getting the system down. As his numbers through two games prove, the chemistry just isn’t there yet with quarterback Kyle Orton and there isn’t much to make you believe it’ll change anytime soon.
    • keith alexexander 2:07 pm on September 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      hasselbeck and mcnabb help me plzz…
      i got both of these injured chumps with kerry collins as my backup in a two qb league with great HB’s and great WR’s that i don’t want to drop for a QB should i drop hasselbeck for a few weeks??

      • Matt 3:20 pm on September 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        It’s really too bad about Hasselbeck, I was expecting big things from him this season. I think you might be able to roll with Collins for the time being; depending on what’s available on your waiver wire, he’s probably your best bet.

    • shoun 3:17 pm on September 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      What about Eddie Royal? Should I drop him and pick up Sims-Walker? My other WR-Moss,Colston,Reggie Wayne and Percy harvin. Can use WR at flex but y backs aren’t strong.

      • Matt 3:24 pm on September 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        OK, for one thing, with a WR corps like that you should be able to roll to a championship without lifting a finger. How many teams in this league? Four?

        I like Sims-Walker a lot at the moment, but he’s obviously far from a known commodity. I wouldn’t give up on Royal yet – of the two, I still like Royal a little bit better despite his slow start. Once Marshall gets back in gear, Denver’s offense still has the potential to return to its high-flying ways.

      • Brandon 6:12 pm on September 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        I agree with Matt on this one. Stick with Eddie Royal for the time being, as he’s much more of a proven commodity than Sims-Walker, who has had 2 good games his entire career. I figure Orton can only get more comfortable with Royal, Marshall and Stokley as the season goes on.

  • Brandon 5:25 pm on December 12, 2008 Permalink
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    Hits and Misses – Week 15: Time for an encore 

    In most of my leagues, week 15 means we’re two games away from a 2008 fantasy football championship, so the hits and misses this week are magnified dramatically. In some twist of fate, neither of my best fantasy teams were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs this year, meaning I’m right there with you in using my own advice to get to the next round.

    In terms of the action this weekend, it’s not usually my style to piggy back on a player (or players) who had a great game last week, but this weekend when Carolina hosts the Broncos, it’s too good to pass up. DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart had a game for the ages in week 14 and while I don’t expect an exact repeat performance, something close would be nice! Anyways, let’s jump into the hits and misses for the week, starting with the Panthers two-headed monster…


    • DeAngelo Williams / Jonathan Stewart, RB, Panthers (vs DEN): The new heirs to the Smash & Dash nickname played out of this world last week, with both Williams and Stewart breaking the century mark and scoring two touchdowns each against a Tampa Bay defense that had only allowed one rushing touchdown all season! While I don’t expect a repeat of those touchdown numbers this weekend, even against a worse defense, it wouldn’t surprise me at all to see them run for 100 yards and a score each against a Broncos team that is giving up nearly five yards per carry and almost 140 rushing yards per game (and that includes some teams that are MUCH worse at running the ball than the Panthers.) I also need to mention that I recommended to a couple people that they start Jonathan Stewart over Pierre Thomas this week…so let’s hope steps it up and makes me look smart! (More …)
    • emmdawg52 10:26 pm on December 12, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Some player to watch for this week are Tyler Thigpen QB, KC – Devone Bess WR MIA, Reggie Williams WR JAC, Seneca Wallace QB, SEA, LeRon McClain RB BAL, and the KC DST. There are some Fantacy Pints Made To Be Here. Trust Me.

    • emmdawg52 10:29 pm on December 12, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Marion Barber isn’t worth the effert this week. He may get a couple of Fantacy Points before he gets hurt again

    • Brandon 11:32 am on December 13, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      @emmdawg52: Glad you agree with many of my picks for the week!

    • e-roc 9:55 am on December 15, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Already looking forward to your Week 16 posts… My match-ups in the Championship game are horrendous atrocious….

    • Brandon 10:03 am on December 15, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      @e-roc: Glad to hear you made the championship! I made it to the final game in two out of the three leagues that I was in the playoffs for, so I can’t complain too much.

    • Matt 12:51 pm on December 15, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Yeah, and in so doing you knocked out my keeper team… bastard.

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