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  • Brandon 3:51 pm on November 14, 2011 Permalink
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    If you’re looking for a defense to ride the rest of the year, look no further than the New England Patriots, who could potentially play the following quarterbacks:

    11: Tyler Palko
    12: Vince Young
    13: Curtis Painter
    14: Rex Grossman or John Beck…who cares
    15: Tim Tebow
    16: Matt Moore

    As bad as the Patriots were defensively early in the year, they’ve started to improve quite a bit recently and it should only continue 🙂

     
    • james hance 5:47 pm on November 14, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      tebow or dalton?

    • Kjax 9:17 am on November 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      I picked up tebow off of waiver wire and have been very pleased. Even starting him over rivers and big Ben! so yes. He runs a whole lot which equals lots of points. And, the boy just wins!!

    • Mike 10:46 am on November 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      OK, trade offered. I give Jordy Nelson / Bradshaw / Battle , I get Maclin / Fred Jackson.

      Seems pretty solid to me and I am hurting at RB, but losing Jordy who is arguably now a WR1 is tough.

      • Brandon 6:04 pm on November 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        That’s a tough one, but you upgrade pretty good at running back. Can you just trade Bradshaw and Battle for Jackson by chance? Who are your other receivers? Can you afford to lose Nelson?

        • Mike 10:06 am on November 16, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          No, its Nelson or nothing. I still have Colston, Holmes, Decker, Brown and Crabtree PLUS i get Maclin. So I slightly downgrade at WR. Colston is a definite WR1, Maclin and Brown are WR2s and Holmes, Decker (Could be a 2, but not sure about passing game) and Crabtree are WR3s

    • MR 11:09 am on November 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Little help please!! Just lost Schaub(Picked up Leinart) and have Mark Sanchez… 8-2 and have clinched a playoff spot… Should I look to make a trade for a QB?? Got quite a few hurt players left though… do you think i can/ should package any of these together??? Or stick with the QB’s I have??
      Rest of my Team is
      Dez Bryant, Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Smith(Car), Hey-ward-Bey, Julio Jones……Ray Rice, Michael Bush, Ryan Mathews, Aahmad Bradshaw…..
      Any advise is appreciated!! Thank you!

      • Brandon 6:04 pm on November 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        I would try to package a few guys for a quarterback. Just like Mark Sanchez will never lead the Jets to a Superbowl win, I doubt he leads your team to a fantasy championship 🙂

        • MR 6:20 pm on November 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          Rivers is really the only decent QB on someones bench. His owner needs a RB bad!! What do you think would not be giving up too much. Especially with the injury to Bradshaw and Mcfadden possibly comming back soon. If I give up Mathews, I may be without a packup…. what are your thought??.. thanks in advance!!

  • Brandon 12:01 pm on October 21, 2009 Permalink
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    Week 7 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):

    • New England (88%) @ Tampa Bay (in London!)
    • Indianapolis (77%) vs St. Louis
    • San Diego (54%) @ Kansas City
    • Carolina (48%) vs Buffalo
    • Oakland (9%) vs New York Jets
     
    • Squish 6:57 pm on October 21, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      I’m actually taking Buffalo defense over Carolina in a few leagues too. It’s risky but as long as they can stop the run, they should have a field day.

      • Brandon 7:00 pm on October 21, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Yeah the only reason I left them off here is that the game is in Carolina…if it was in Buffalo you’d see the Bills listed. They make a decent play though as long as the Panthers can’t remember how to throw the ball.

    • Matt 6:37 pm on October 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Oakland D: Yikes. I started them in one league and they’re good for -4 points at the moment. I’m in a tight matchup too. Epic fail.

  • Brandon 2:56 pm on October 13, 2009 Permalink
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    Week 6 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):

    • Green Bay (74%) vs Detroit
    • New England (59%) vs Tennessee
    • Carolina (34%) @ Tampa Bay
    • Washington (33%) vs Kansas City
    • Jacksonville (21%) vs St. Louis
    • Tampa Bay (14%) vs Carolina
    • Kansas City (1%) @ Washington
     
    • Mal 6:48 pm on October 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Carolina and Jacksonville are my options, which should I go for first? When I watched the Bills v TB, Leftwich just never took a sack, kept throwing the ball away to avoid them which was annoying.

    • Scott 8:15 pm on October 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      OK folks – need some perspective. Can a guy “loan out” a player to his buddy? A guy traded Ahmad Bradshaw for LT – who had a bye – then traded back today. Is this fair / ethical? Sorry to change subject.

      • Mal 8:28 pm on October 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        that’s not really legit. I wonder if the commissioner has a transaction history when it comes to objected trade backs.

        • Scott 8:45 pm on October 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Guys in the league think its OK……if it were for money I’d be furious. But not how we are supossed to play, agree?

      • Brandon 10:14 pm on October 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        This is some pretty shady business and if you were in a league for money, I hope the league would vote against the back half of the trade (where they trade the guys back), assuming you have league voting setup on trades.

      • Matt 10:16 pm on October 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Not cool. Simply wouldn’t fly if I were commish.

      • randy 4:40 pm on October 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        no it isnt the league manager should of never allowed it you can not trade back

      • joe 8:10 pm on October 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        no way thats legit id fight fire with fire

    • Scott 8:47 pm on October 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Anyone else have opinions?

      • Amir 12:11 am on October 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        we have veto power in our league — the trade takes 24 hours to process — if in that 24 hours 3 teams veto the trade then it gets canceled — that would probably solve your issue

    • e-roc 8:49 pm on October 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Re: Defense – I’m hoping to snag the Panthers v. TB given Johnson’s love for throwing INTs.

      Re: Trade – that’s ridiculous, especially since the Chargers were on a BYE. That trade should never have been approved… not sure how your league works (i.e. if the other owners have a say to keep things honest).

    • Scott 9:27 pm on October 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Owners didn’t know the intention to trade back at the time. But Thanks – Really!

    • Jack Anderson 9:12 pm on October 14, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      listen, i just traded LT for santana moss because i was soooo upset that LT was kickin on the bench the whole year, How much will i regret this? I have Marshawn Lynch, Steven Jackson, Cadiliac Williams, and Mike bell at the running back spot

      • Amir 12:12 am on October 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        haha it all depends on the week — I personally think LT will get the ball a lot the second half of the season so if he can stay healthy he should put up some decent fantasy points — santana moss on the other hand never has in between games — he will either have a great fantasy game for you or put up a goose egg — haha just hope Santana comes through when you need him

      • Brandon 8:30 am on October 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        The Chargers have been running the ball terribly this year and I’m not sure it’s going to improve a whole lot, even when/if LT is healthy. Although he’s probably a better option than all but S-Jax on your roster, the addition of Moss should help you enough to make up for it (unless you have better wide receivers and won’t start him consistently anyways.)

  • Brandon 10:33 am on October 7, 2009 Permalink
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    Week 5 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):

    • Dallas (78%) @ Kansas City
    • Indianapolis (51%) @ Tennessee
    • Buffalo (38%) vs Cleveland
    • Carolina (25%) vs Washington
    • Jacksonville (10%) @ Seattle
    • Cleveland (5%) @ Buffalo
     
  • Brandon 9:16 am on September 23, 2009 Permalink
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    Week 3 Team 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, just in case you were looking for a plug-in (with the percent owned in parenthesis):

    • Houston (5%) vs Jacksonville
    • San Francisco (12%) @ Minnesota
    • Seattle (30%) vs Chicago
    • Denver (36%) @ Oakland
    • Washington (58%) @ Detroit
    • San Diego (75%) vs Miami
    • Green Bay (93%) @ St. Louis
    • Detroit (1%) vs Washington – Maybe I’m just kidding with this one, but the Redskins offense has been pretty bad so far!
     
    • e-roc 11:38 am on September 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      San Francisco (12%) @ Minnesota

      I picked up the SF defense to replace the Bob Sander-less Colts. The way SF is playing, they’re going to win the NFC West.

      • Brandon 12:03 pm on September 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

        Yeah, I almost took this one off as Adrian Peterson always is a threat…but he’s only one guy. Favre hasn’t shown enough yet.

        • e-roc 1:15 pm on September 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

          Since defenses get points for INTs, I like my chances in any game where Favre is the opposing QB. nom nom nom

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