|Fantasy Football What’s New For 11.18.08|
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Some Notes from week 11:
- AFC PLAYOFF TEAMS WILL BE: Titans, Jets, Steelers, Broncos, Colts and Ravens
- NFC PLAYOFF TEAMS WILL BE: Giants, Panthers, Cardinals, Packers, Bucs and Cowboys
- WARRICK DUNN is now in line to become the RYAN GRANT…E. GRAHAM of 2008…
- The end of the SD/PITT game..unreal how you can get that call wrong…TWICE!!!
- Team appear to have decided that Tennessee will have to have Kerry Collins beat them…and he is!
- If Kurt Warner finishes this year healthy and on fire…he is HOF in my book!
- Selvin Young will be a fantsy difference maker in week 13!
- Continue to watch the waiver wire very closely!!!
- SELL HIGH…BUY LOW…greatest advice for any fantasy footballer.
TRADE BAIT(s): Kevin Smith (sked is brutal), Eli Manning (good QB, running team) and Fred Taylor (MJD is now the man)
STAR(S) OF WEEK (officially renamed the LT of the Week): D. Bowe, Gage, Matt Cassell, A. Boldin and L. Fitz, D. Williams
DUD(S) of the Week: McGahee, Andre Johnson, Tim Hightower, Oucho Stinko, Philip Rivers and Tony Gonzales
Hot Pick up(s) of the week: LAST WEEK: P. Hills, Mark Bradley, Tyler Thigpen, Sammie Morris,
THIS WEEK: Warrick Dunn, Justin Gage, JJ Arrington, A. Pittman and Kerry Collins
TEAM(s) of the WEEK: Dallas Cowboys…needed a win on the road against a division rival and got it!
Ut Oh of the week: Not a good start to the RAVENS trip through the NFC EAST!
|Fantasy Football Start Them This Week…|
Check back weekly. We will never say start LT or AP that is too obvious and We will never tell you to sit someone, but here are some people we really like ….you can make the sit calls or email us for our view…track how accurate we are…..we have been as good as everyone else so check us out.
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QB’s: MUST STARTS: ROMO (HURT), BREES, CUTLER, WARNER, MCNABB, ROETHLISBERGER, RODGERS, P. MANNING
Other to consider this week: Thigpen, Collins, Cassel, Ryan, Campbell
RB’s: MUST STARTS: LT, Adrian Peterson, Westbrook , Parker, Lynch, Portis, Barber, Gore, Steve Jackson, Addai, Jacobs, Forte and Ronnie Brown
Others to consider this week: Slaton, Jamal Lewis, Dunn, Kevin Smith, Forte, D. Williams and Grant
WR’s/TE’s: MUST STARTS: TO, Greg Jennings, Randy Moss (still have to), Wes Welker (ppr), Fitzgerald, Boldin, Andre Johnson, Burress, Steve Smith, Calvin Johnson, Marshall, Wayne, Gates, Witten, Gonzales, Winslow
Other to consider this week: Eddie Royal, Lance Moore, S. Moss, Steve Breaston, D. Bowe and Roddy White
Top 10 to 15 or so starts for IDP’s:
DL: Jared Allen, Mario Williams, Aaron Kampman, Will Smith, Julius Peppers, Patrick Kearney, Aaron Schobel, Trent Cole, Terrell Suggs, Gaines Adams, Aaron Carter, Justin Tuck and Justin Smith.
LB: D. Ryans, P. Willis, R. Lewis, N. Barnett, D. Harris, M. Peterson, K. Morrison, J. Beason, W. Witherspoon, K. Rivers, L. Fletcher, B. Urlacher, D. Edwards, AJ Hawk, James Harrison, J. Beason, J. Vilma and F. Keiaho
DB: G. Wilson, A. Wilson. C. Tillman, A. Bigby, C. Finnegan, A. Winfield, T. Polamalu, B. Sanders, L. Landry, M. Trufant, B. Pollard, Q. Jammer,A. Cromartie, E. Coleman and Mike Adams.
|Some Other Guys We Like This Week…|
SLEEPER(s) OF THE WEEK….what DUD will become a STUD…at least for one week….we will try to give a QB, RB and WR/TE each week…
QB: Justin Fargas finds some room against Denver
RB: Sammie Morris is the NE RB of the week.
WR/TE: Issac Bruce has a good day in BIG D
Kicker and Defense: Buffalo Defense and Dan Carpenter (MIA) kicks well.
|Locks Of The Week…|
In a suicide pool? We can help. Once again track our success. We will give you three a week.
After two years we are 118 – 51 (69.8%)…not bad!! TRULY pretty damn good…we have checked others out and we are just as good as they are! 2007 record: 48 – 21.
2008 RECCORD: 30 – 8
WEEK OF 11/20/08:
- Dallas over SF
- Denver over Oakland
- Chicago over St. Louis