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  • Matt 4:38 pm on September 29, 2010 Permalink
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    Jags coach Jack Del Rio is pretty excited about his new waiver wire pickup, Trent Edwards:

    “…to have a guy who has a chance to go forward beyond just next week and the rest of this season, but beyond that as a prospect, it’s a little bit like adding a draft pick and so we’re excited to have him aboard.

    “He is a smart kid, he did go to Stanford so we’re thinking the learning curve maybe can be accelerated.”

    Yeah Jack, that’s what we thought up here in western NY too. You might want to take a look at some of Captain Checkdown’s game film before you do anything crazy and bench Garrard for this guy.

    • BillsFan 4:48 pm on September 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I really hope for the sake of Blo, they start Trent against us in 2 weeks. It would be great to just see another team deal with captain checkdown

      • e-roc 9:16 pm on September 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Captain Checkdown will do MJD huge favors in the PPR world…

        • Matt 9:17 am on September 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          You’d think that, but it’s amazing how a totally stagnant offense can suck all the life out of a fantasy RB, even accounting for PPR.

      • Matt 9:16 am on September 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Come on BillsFan, you know how these things always go for us… he’ll be a Pro Bowler by the end of the year.

        • BillsFan 1:32 pm on September 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          our luck the guy will win them a super bowl

    • Tommy 11:43 pm on September 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Ok guys, I just made a gigantic trade and want to know what you guys think
      I traded amongst two friends and this was what I did (with the two trades combined)

      I gave: Peyton Manning, Ahmad Bradshaw, Santana Moss, Vince Young, CJ Spiller for Joe Flacco, Dustin Keller, Arian Foster and Randy Moss

      So my team looks like this

      QB: Matt Ryan
      QB: Joe Flacco (we start 2 QBs)
      WR: Randy Moss
      WR: Larry Fitzgerald
      WR: Marques Colston
      RB: Steven Jackson
      RB: Peyton Hillis
      TE: Vernon Davis
      W/R: Arian Foster

      What do you think? This is a ten team .5 PPR league btw.

      • Matt 9:29 am on September 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Tell me this league doesn’t give six points per passing touchdown. Even if that’s not the case, I think you hurt your team. Sorry man. Manning’s value is off the charts in a two-QB league. You didn’t need Keller when you already had Davis. Flacco’s been disappointing so far – I think he’ll turn it around, but my confidence in him has been shaken.

        Really, what you did was trade Manning for Foster and Moss, which I’d probably give the green light to in single-QB leagues, but never in a league like yours.

    • Javier 12:41 pm on September 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I just made a couple of changes for bye week. Still thinking about using McGahee/Lynch (4real) over Tolbert and/or the flex:

      Q Henne
      R Gore
      R Tolbert
      R/W Santana Moss
      W Wayne
      W DJax
      T Gates
      D Saints
      K Gould

      B Favre
      B McGahee
      B SS (NYG)
      B Lynch

      I was offered Vick for Reggie Wayne, which I’m turning down since I’ll go back to Favre next week (Henne’s bye) and then use either.

  • Matt 7:20 am on September 21, 2010 Permalink
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    Warning: Completely non-fantasy-related Bills rant ahead. It's time to fire Bud… 

    Warning: Completely non-fantasy-related Bills rant ahead.

    It’s time to fire Buddy Nix and Chan Gailey. I’ve seen enough. Why start Trent Edwards for two games and then bench him? What exactly was the point of that exercise? Nobody expected him to come out looking like Jim Kelly. When you decided not to take a quarterback until the seventh round of the draft, the assumption was that you had evaluated Edwards and decided that he could be the quarterback of the future. Benching him after two bad games against quality defenses behind the league’s worst offensive line makes it obvious that you never really had much confidence in him – so why didn’t you draft a quarterback?!

    But hey, at least C.J. Spiller’s lighting the league on fire.

    • slimshady 7:50 am on September 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      well said!

    • Brandon 9:13 am on September 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      At least Ryan Fitzpatrick gets to play against the Patriots defense. They may give up 40 points to New England, but at least Fitz will throw for 300 yards and a couple scores against Darius Butler and crew.

  • Brandon 1:07 pm on November 20, 2009 Permalink
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    Not that it has any impact on fantasy football at this point, but it appears that the Buffalo’s recently-made-backup quarterback Trent Edwards could be on his way out of town soon. I just imagine him signing with a UFL team, then, along with J.P. Losman, causing the league to fold as everyone realizes that quarterbacks not good enough to play for the Bills are starting for half the league’s teams.

  • Brandon 10:02 am on August 19, 2009 Permalink
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    This T.O. "bum toe" talk is finally starting to scare me enough to drop him do… 

    This T.O. “bum toe” talk is finally starting to scare me enough to drop him down on my wide receiver list (along with Trent Edwards on his list.) The fact that he’s 35 years old (I was just reminded of this fact) isn’t boosting my confidence…plus his reality show is awful.

  • Brandon 2:29 pm on November 24, 2008 Permalink
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    Week 12 Wrap-Up: King of the Cassel 

    Tom who? It’s amazing the job that Matt Cassel (415 passing yards, 4 TD – one rushing, INT) has done this year to keep the depression in New England over Tom Brady’s injury to a minimum. To his credit, the games are a bit more exciting now and as long as they still make the playoffs, you have to give him props for playing his ass off and earning the big contract that is sure to come his way in the off-season. Anyways, let’s dive into the action that took place this weekend, starting with the big Patriots victory over the Dolphins…

    • New England 48, Miami 28: The second straight 400 passing yard performance from Cassel also paid dividends to the dynamic receiver duo, Randy Moss (8 catches for 125 yards, 3 TD) and Wes Welker (8 catches for 120 yards.) Over-shadowed by his team’s loss and the play of the opposing quarterback though, you can’t forget to mention the great effort from Chad Pennington (341 passing yards, 4 TD – one rushing, INT), who’s numbers were nearly as good. (More …)
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