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Tim Heaney talks all things NFL Fantasy Football

Posted on 19 November 2015 by WNST Staff

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TSC’s Chaney Says Pickup WRs For Your Fantasy Flex Spots During Bye Weeks

Posted on 28 September 2013 by WNST Audio

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Toby Gerhart, Frank Zombo

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Handcuffing Fantasy Wins

Posted on 05 September 2012 by WNST Staff

As everyone has finished up their drafts, looking forward to the first game of the season when the Giants and Cowboys face off, Wednesday 9/5/12, there is a key strategy that may kill your playoff chances. Many touted experts, like Matthew Berry, will tell you that you must handcuff your starting RB’s with their respective back-ups. But these are the same experts that told us to draft Mike Vick with the first pick or ranked Gronkowski and Graham as only worthy of late round fliers last year. So obviously these experts really know about as much as the rest of us; they just get a nice paycheck for throwing darts.

Toby GerhartPersonally, the idea of handcuffing simply does not make sense. When drafting, reaching for any player is a terrible strategy but reaching for a back-up is just ridiculous. So you are supposed to hold a roster spot for someone you may play for two or three weeks (at most) in an entire season. And it’s not like these players can be a Buy Week fill in either. Why would you take Toby Gerhart because you have Adrian Peterson over players that you know will get a full work load all season (barring injury)? Is Gerhart a better option than Shonn Greene and BenJarvus Green-Ellis?

And with the way most leagues are set up, the Flex player only adds more options for you to replace an injured running back. No one can say that they would rather have Rashad Jennings over a legit #1 Receiver like Stevie Johnson or Reggie Wayne. If you draft Jennings in general, you are likely to be more focused on your Fantasy Basketball team come December.

So even if you did follow this strategy, it is early enough to fix the problem. Players like Gerhart and Jennings value right now (both of which likely to start Week 1) is higher than ever. Move them to some sucker in your league for an upgrade at TE or WR or QB. Don’t waste your time with players you’ll probably end up releasing come Week 7, when you need a fill in for your Buy Week. Or I hope you are good at throwing darts.

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Comcast Morning Show Live Blog (12/18/09)

Posted on 18 December 2009 by Jack McManus


Drew and Glenn do a very quick Picks and Comment segment. To check out all the picks make sure you go to the Audio Vault.

Ravens Picks:

Glenn- Ravens 27 Bears 17

Drew- Ravens 30 Bears 16


Andy Behrens, of Yahoo! Sports is on to help Drew out with his fantasy football playoff game. He tells Drew to stick with Larry Fitzgerald despite the minor injury concerns.


Jeff Dickerson of ESPN Chicago joins Drew to talk about this weekend’s Ravens-Bears matchup. He talks about how the Bears will continue to compete despite their season being essentially over. He next moves on to how the Bears will improve in the offseason. The Bears do not have a first round pick this year due to the Jay Cutler trade. Speaking of Cutler, Dickerson makes it clear that the quarterback must improve in order for the team to be competitive next season.


Tom Chuckas of the Maryland Jockey Club is the next guest. He discusses the upcoming vote on slots in Anne Arundel County with Drew. He talks about how he must make horse racing a viable option along with slot machines. Drew brings up that it is impossible to determine exactly how many people’s lives will be affected if horse racing continues to decline in Maryland. Chuckas calls it a situation where no on will notice the problem until it is gone. He is unable to pinpoint a single event that badly hurt horse racing. Instead, it was a longer process.


Randy Monroe comes on with Drew as he does each and every week. His UMBC Retrievers are still looking for their first win of the season. He talks about the difficulty of handling the players who may lose focus during the holiday season. Monroe next mentions how his team is returning some players from injury and hopefully will be able to turn the team around.



Mike Florio from ProFootballTalk.com now joins Drew. He begins by talking about the tragic death of Chris Henry. He says that the focus must now be placed on his children. He states that it should be made clear that Henry had turned his life around before his death. Florio next moves on to the quick turnover of the Redskins’ GM position. The team clearly had a new plan in place even before the spot was vacant.


Merton makes an appearance following the Colts win over the Jaguars last night. He talks about how he almost wishes the Colts would have put in their 3rd stringers and lost. He explains that he can now look forward to the Colts defeating the Ravens in the playoffs.


Mark, a first time caller chimes in. He talks about how is a former-season ticket holder. He compares the Orioles’ situation to that of the Phillies. A few years ago the Phillies made the decision to really try and compete. The results have been very successful. Mark points out how the team can go sign some free agents or even trade for a big bat, like Adrian Gonzalez.



Rob calls in to further the discussion about the Orioles. There has been a debate about whether the Orioles have a chance to compete against the Yankees and Red Sox in the American League East. Drew explains that by spending more money and even up the payrolls it will be much closer to competing. The O’s just must be willing to shell out the money for big time players.

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Comcast Morning Show Live Blog (11/13/09)

Posted on 13 November 2009 by Jack McManus


Andy Behrens is next up to give some fantasy advice. He tells us to avoid Kyle Orton. Orton always sticks with short passes rather than taking chances down the field. He also explains that Mike Bell should sit this week after getting so few carries last game.


Suzy Kolber, the sideline reporter for ESPN Monday Night Football is next up. She states that if the Ravens are unable to defeat the Browns on Monday night the season is essentially over for them. Kolber next talks about the rapid decline of the Browns. She mentions the high expectations for the team last year and how the team has never been close to reaching them. She also discusses the protest planned for the game. She believes that it would be a good thing for the organization if the fans are truly able to make a statement. She moves on to the goals for the rest of her career. She has always dreamed of covering the Olympics.



Brian Billick now joins us. He will be at the Philadelphia-San Diego game this weekend. The Chargers appear to have turned their season around. Both teams are 5-3 and second in their divisions. Each will be looking to make a statement win. Brian next talks about how the Ravens coaching staff must focus the team for a game against a lesser opponent. It is important to keep every aspect of preparation the same as any other week. We seem to be having some problems keeping Brian on the line so his segment will be cut short this week.



Randy Monroe, the head coach of the UMBC basketball team is the next guest. He begins by talking about how his team will face a tough opponent in their first game, playing Morgan State on Sunday. He explains that although many teams start off by facing cupcakes, it gives his team a valuable test early on. He next describes how his team will replace Jay Greene. Greene averaged over 12 points and 6 assists last season. The team will bring in two transfers. Chris De La Rosa from Sienna and Robbie Jackson from Marshall will both be counted on to make and impact this year. On his chances of making a run at the American East championship, Monroe explains that the league is always “topsy-turvy” and every team has a chance at the title.



Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com is on to talk some football with Drew. He talks about the various coaches that will be available this season. He points out that some positions are much more attractive than others. For example, the Cleveland Browns possible opening is one that an established coach would more than likely not look into. He also discusses the probability that the next NFL season will be uncapped.


Virginia Tech football analyst, Mike Burnop is on to talk about the team’s upcoming game against the University of Maryland. He starts off by discussing Tech’s up-and-down season. The season has been disappointing because of the high expectations placed on the team in the preseason. Tech is just a few plays away from being in a much better position, possibly with only one loss. Because of some of these disappointments, Burnop believes the Hokies will come out ready to play against the Terps. Burnop moves on to the disparity between the two divisions of the ACC this season. The Coastal division has been clearly strong this year.

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Comcast Morning Show Live Blog (10/30/09)

Posted on 30 October 2009 by Jack McManus


Andy Behrens is on to give his weekly fantasy advice. Make sure you check out Andy’s blog to get his in-depth fantasy analysis and positional rankings.


Yet another caller is on and guarantees a Ravens’ win as well. He will sing with Drew on Monday if the team loses. He also signs “Score, Ravens, Score” for us.


Another caller states that the Broncos game is a “must win.” This is because of the “can’t win” games on the schedule. He explains that there is no way the Ravens will defeat the Colts this season.


A fan calls in to talk about the Orioles’ decision to decline the option on Melvin Mora. He believes the team made the correct decision in this case. He also expresses his concern regarding the Ravens game this weekend. He does not see how the secondary can contain the Broncos’ passing game.


Drew guarantees a Ravens win on Sunday. If they lose he will sing the Broncos’ fight song on Monday morning.


Broncos sideline reporter Alan Roach is next up to talk about the Ravens-Broncos game. He explains that the Broncos are winning using a simple style of football. Kyle Orton has thrown only one interception this season and it occurred on a Hail Mary pass. The Broncos also have used all of their offseason acquisition, including Mike Nolan to improved the defense. He next talks about how Josh McDaniels has had the perfect start for a rookie head coach. It began with the last second win over the Bengals in Week 1.  Roach next brings up Brandon Marshall who is a big, strong, and physical wide receiver and could present a huge matchup problem for the Ravens secondary.



Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com is on with Drew. He begins by discussing the rumors about the sale of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It appears that these are just that, rumors. He next talks about the Vikings-Packers game. He states that Brett Favre must keep his emotions in check if the Vikings want to win the game. Florio moves on to how the AFC has many teams with middle-of-the-road records this season. He explains that this is normally the case in the NFC, but not this year. He states that the Ravens have the best chance to break out from this group of teams. Florio next describes Vince Young’s situation. Young has gone down a very odd path. His career was derailed one afternoon and he is finally being given the chance.  



It’s time for Cheap Shots from the Bleachers. Glenn starts off by bring up how Hereford High School was cost the Boys’ Cross Country County Championship because of the stitching on one of the runner’s undergarments. The runner finished in fourth place and his disqualification dropped the Bulls into second behind Towson (my school by the way). Glenn states that the officials should tell the runners that they have uniform violations before the race begins. He goes on to say that regardless of the rule, a student should not have to run the race and then be disqualified. Drew also had planned to take a cheap shot about the same event. He adds on that some schools were told that runners had uniform violations. He explains that common sense would make sure that a team is not penalized if it was not checked prior to the race while other teams were.


A caller brings up the idea of Peter Angelos moving the Orioles to another city. He agrees with Drew that if the city was promised a new team in a few years (like the Browns) it would be fine. The caller puts some blame on the politicians of the city for not putting pressure on Angelos to field a quality team.

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Comcast Morning Show Live Blog (10/23/09)

Posted on 23 October 2009 by Jack McManus


Andy Behrens is on to offer his weekly fantasy advice. He tells me that Lance Moore is an obvious start this week and to stay away from Terrell Owens. He also tells me to start Brent Celek over Vernon Davis and that only one tight end is needed. He advises Glenn to start Steve Breaston and Leon Washington.


Y.A. Tittle, author of the new book Nothing Comes Easy is the next guest. He talks about how he broke into football by starting off in Baltimore. He explains that constant questions from fans prompted Tittle to decided to write the book. He says that today he follows both the Giants and the 49ers. He next talks about the difference between the game today versus when he played. He believes the main difference is the physical attributes of the players. Players today begin training much earlier in life. This is an all-time-great interview segment by the way, so please check it out in the audio vault.



Here is Drew’s idea for the new Chicago Bears logo.


















(Its the wind.)


Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com is next up to talk some football. He starts off by talking about rumor that Joe Gibbs may be returning to Washington. He moves on to how certain teams always seem to make good coaching hires and others cannot seem to do so. Florio believes that Steve Spagnuolo will eventually be a good coach, if he is given the opportunity. He also speaks on the Tom Cable situation. The fact that Randy Hanson will most likely sue will make sure the news does not go away.



Randy Cross is on with Drew. He will be in the booth for the Navy-Wake Forest match-up tomorrow. Cross was at the Texans game last weekend. He explains how right now the team is very inconsistent. If the defense can continue to play at a high level they could be a problem for a lot of good teams this season. On the other side of the game, Cross states that he does not yet believe in the Cincinnati Bengals. He is also unsure of the NFC West teams (Cardinals and 49ers). In regards to the Ravens, Cross thinks the Ravens still have a chance to win the division. 



This morning we are discussing “lightning in a bottle.” Some of the best suggestions so far have been George Mason and Derek Anderson.

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Comcast Morning Show Live Blog (9/25/09)

Posted on 25 September 2009 by Jack McManus


Andy Behrens from Yahoo! Sports comes on the show to offer his weekly fantasy football advice. He advises Drew to stay away from most Titans as they play the Jets who have not allowed an offensive touchdown. He tells me to go with Jay Cutler over Trent Edwards, Ryan Grant over Darren Sproles, and Roy Williams over Donald Driver. Finally, he tells Glenn to start Leon Washington over Knowshon Moreno and Mike Bell, and Eddie Royal or Torry Holt above Steve Breaston.


Jeremy Bloom, who will be on the broadcast team for the Maryland-Rutgers game is now up. He calls Da’Rel Scott one of the best backs in the ACC. He goes on to state that he thinks Maryland has a great chance to pick up a much-needed victory tomorrow. He explains that the Terps need to improve their discipline in order to turn the season around. Bloom moves on to talk about how he had success in both skiing and football. Bloom next describes the The Jeremy Bloom Wish of a Lifetime Foundation. The program aims to grant wishes for low-income senior citizens. For more information on this cause click here.


Andre Knott is the next guest. He is a sideline reporter for the Cleveland Browns. Knott admits that the Browns may be taking many bad losses this season with their current talent level. Knott states that it appears as though Jamal Lewis will not play this Sunday. Instead Jerome Harrison and James Davis will take the majority of the carries. Neither back is as big and strong as Lewis. Knott explains that not all of the Cleveland players have bought into Eric Mangini’s coach philosophy. He moves on to talk about how many fans in Cleveland still have bitter feelings towards the Ravens, despite the fact that the city has another team.


Steve Tasker, CBS Sports Broadcaster, makes an appearance on the show. He will call the Ravens-Browns match-up on Sunday. He states that the Browns do not stack up to the Ravens on either side of the ball. He explains how many NFL teams see the Ravens as a measuring stick for success. Therefore, if the Browns compete with the Ravens, some will be satisfied. He goes on to say that the change of scenery for Kelley Washington has greatly helped him find his way to contributing on the field. He also believes that Ray Lewis could be the best inside linebacker ever. Tasker talks about the Patriot’s early season struggles. He thinks the team will still be strong, but will have to fight to win many of their games. The one 0-2 team that Tasker thinks is not as bad as they look is the Jacksonville Jaguars. He describes how the blame should be placed on the players, and not the head coach.


This morning Glenn and Drew participate in the picks and comment segment. Each set of picks is posted below.


Ravens over Browns 28-13

Titans over Jets

Giants over Bucs

Texans over Jags

Vikings over 49ers

Pats over Falcons

Lions over Redskins

Packers over Rams

Bears over Seahawks

Bills over Saints

Chargers over Dolphins

Steelers over Bengals

Raiders over Broncos

Cardinals over Colts

Cowboys over Panthers


Ravens over Browns 34-10

Titans over Jets 23-17

Giants over Bucs 31-15

Texans over Jags 37-7

Minnesota over 49ers 24-20

Patriots over Falcons 27-24

Lions over Redskins 20-17

Packers over Rams 24-19

Bears over Seahawks 23-20

Saints over Bills 34-24

Chargers over Dolphins 33-17

Bengals over Steelers 20-17

Raiders over Broncos 17-14

Colts over Cardinals 31-27

Cowboys over Panthers 34-24

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Comcast Morning Show Live Blog (9/18/09)

Posted on 18 September 2009 by Jack McManus

Make sure you tune in again on Monday morning to hear Tommy Polley break down the Ravens.


Yahoo! Sports Fantasy Football Expert Andy Behrens is next up. Behrens states that Jake Delhomme could be one bad series away from losing his starting position. Behrens names Ronnie Brown as a good play against the Colts this weekend. He also explains that Jay Cutler could continue to struggle against a tough Pittsburgh defense. He advises that fantasy players should stay away from Saints and Chargers running backs this week. Finally, he says if Carnell Williams is still available in your league pick him up ASAP.  


Jack Cronin from XX Sports Radio in San Diego is now on the show. He states that the team will be able to sell out the remaining tickets to Sunday’s game by the deadline this afternoon to avoid a possible blackout. Cronin continues talking about the Ravens’ upcoming game with the Chargers. He talks about how important this early season contest will be to both teams. Regarding LaDanian Tomlinson, he believes the back will dress but be very limited or not play at all.


Former Ravens coach Brian Billick calls in from the West Coast. Brian defends the way the Ravens traveled to the West Coast while he was coach. He explains that while visiting West Coast teams, the team had a bed check at 9:00. He describes the way that he would treat the players like men if they acted like men. He moves on to how the league schedules cross-country trips. He tells of how the league will often accomodate teams if they have two games on the other side of the country. Teams will stay away from home to avoid travel in many situations.    


Mike Florio of Profootballtalk.com is the next guest. Florio starts off by talking about the Michael Crabtree situation. He sees a possible resolution in one way or another in the near future. The Raider’s drafting of Darrius Heyward-Bey is brought up as one of the reasons Crabtree has yet to sign. Crabtree wants the to be the highest paid wide receiver from the draft even though Heyward-Bey was chosen before him and was seemingly overpaid. Mike agrees with Drew that Crabtree will more than likely not be drafted as high if he re-enters in 2010. Mike next discusses Terrell Owens. He believes that Owens’ publicity may turn from positive to negative if the team continues to lose. Owens has already created some controversy over his comments about QB Trent Edwards. Florio states that the NFL is pleased with new technology such as twitter (check out WNST) and Facebook, since it allows players to be more accessible, but it may become a problem for teams soon.   


Kevin Kugler, a play-by-play announcer for Westwood One, is next up. He will be calling the Ravens-Chargers game on Sunday. He believes that both teams have enough talent for this game to be a playoff preview. He questions whether or not Darren Sproles will be able to be a feature back for the Chargers while still excelling on special teams. He goes on to state that if the Ravens can continue to post gaudy offensive numbers they will be a very dangerous team in the AFC. As for the NFC, Kugler sees the Vikings, with their multiple weapons on both sides of the ball, as one of the top teams.  


CAA commissioner Tom Yeager makes an appearance on the show. Yeager starts by talking about the rapid rise of the football teams in the conference. He believes that the teams in his conference are able to match up with teams from the FBS. He next discusses the parity of the league. Many of the teams in the CAA have enjoyed success recently.   


The old question of whether the best college team could beat the worst NFL team arises. Drew and Glenn agree that if the teams play 100 times (see video below) Florida may be able to beat the Lions a few times.


Glenn and Drew make their NFL picks for the week in the “Picks and Comment” segment. A lot of disagreement here. Glenn predicts a 23-20 Chargers victory, while Drew has the Ravens pulling out a 23-17 win in California.

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Posted on 17 December 2008 by KZ

Fantasy Football What’s New For 12.17.08

Hey Check out the New Columns…CLICK HERE AND NEW THIS YEAR to FANS FANTASY FOOTBALL…your official FANTASY DRAFT GUIDE…not who but HOW to draft a winning Fantasy Football Team…CLICK HERE FOR THE WAY TO DRAFT THIS YEAR.




Some Notes from week 15:

  • AFC PLAYOFF TEAMS WILL BE: Titans, Jets, Steelers, Broncos, Colts and Ravens
  • NFC PLAYOFF TEAMS WILL BE: Giants, Panthers, Cardinals, VIKINGS, Bucs and Cowboys
  • Many Fantasy leagues start their playoffs this week…some advice…don’t get too cute. If a player is hot go with them…matchups matter but not over your studs.
  • Fantasy Football is heartbreaking…one bad week by those that have been great all year and you are done!
  • I will be a homer for a moment…but Ngata is a Pro Bowler, he plays every down and never comes out of a game…Rogers in Cleveland…well lets just say…I will be nice…he is not as good as Ngata.
    • QB’s: Brees and Warner
    • RB’s: Adrian Peterson, Michael Turner, Thomas Jones and D. Williams
    • WR’s: Larry Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin, Roddy White, Brandon Marshall and in PPR Leagues (Welker and Andre Johnson)
    • TE’s: Tony Gonzales and Jason Witten
    • K’s: S. Gostkowski and J. Carney
    • Defenses: Steelers, Ravens and Titans
    • FANTASY ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: MATT FORTE…beat out Chris Johnson by a hair!
    • FANTASY DUD OF THE YEAR: JOSEPH ADDAI (was top 6 pick in many drafts)
    • ALL BILLY VOLEK TEAM: (as in where did that come from): Tyler Thigpen, D. Williams, Eddie Royal, Steve Breaston and Lance Moore
  • TOP 5 PICKS 2009 FANTASY DRAFT: Adrian Peterson, Michael Turner, Brian Westbrook, Chris Johnson and Matt Forte
  • Continue to watch the waiver wire very closely!!

TRADE BAIT(s): NO MORE TRADES...if you can…your league needs to change their rules

STAR(S) OF WEEK (officially renamed the LT of the Week): Andre Johnson and Philip Rivers

DUD(S) of the Week: Jay Cutler and the Broncos, Kurt Warner and the Cardinals, Eli Manning and the Giants and Brian Westbrook!

Hot Pick up(s) of the week: LAST WEEK: M. Morris, T. Bell and D. Branch

THIS WEEK: Pope (Denver RB), D. Foster, S. Wallace

TEAM(s) of the WEEK: Minnesota Vikings went the the Desert and blew out the Cards!

Ut Oh of the week: NY Giants now are in a fight for home field advantage, they seem to miss Burress!

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.



Other to consider this week: Cassel, McNabb, Hill, Wallace, Schaub, Ryan
RB’s: MUST STARTS: LT, Adrian Peterson, Westbrook , Parker, Lynch, Portis, Barber, Gore, Steven Jackson,D. WILLIAMS, TURNER, Jacobs, Forte and Ronnie Brown

Others to consider this week: MJD, S. Morris, T. Jones, P. Thomas, Slaton
WR’s/TE’s: MUST STARTS: TO, Greg Jennings, Randy Moss, Wes Welker (ppr especially), Fitzgerald, Boldin, Andre Johnson, Burress, Steve Smith, Calvin Johnson, Marshall, Wayne, Gates, Witten, Gonzales

Other to consider this week: Bowe, Breaston, Edwards, TJ, R. White, E. Royal and Colston

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: If Orlovsky starts for Detroit he is a sneaky play
RB: Ricky Williams has a nice match up
WR/TE: Issac Bruce comes home for a nice game
Kicker and Defense: Cincinnati Defense could be a sneaky play this week….Ryan Logwell in the dome for kicks!

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: 40 – 12

WEEK OF 12/18/08:

  1. New Orleans over Detroit
  2. Tampa over San Diego
  3. Chicago over Green Bay

Bonus Pick: Houston over Oakland