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  1. Wondering if I should pull Gostowski. Rainy in New England tomorrow and wind from 8 to 10 mph. Plus the scoring is likely to be mostly touchdowns against the Jets I'd think.
  2. It has the makings to be one of the better matches in our league's 15 year history. Tell me if you think I have my best team out there, if not what you would change and why. I am aware of Levy's questionable tag. Trying to get info on his particiaption. He had 8 tackles last week and I have a feeling that he will have a big Monday night with against the run heavy Cowboys if he's good to go. The stars come out on Monday night as they say. I am ready to pull him tomorrow though if I find that the tag is anything more than a formality, or if I can't get some clarity. My team is Overpaid Dumb Jocks:
  3. I've got 10 degrees on my weather channel app, but no wind. A lot better than what they'll be dealing with in Chicago. I don't know about Mariota, but I feel Smith will be alright. Also the Titans run game.
  4. Think I'll go against the group and say Carr. Rodgers has the calf strain and there's risk that such severe cold could exacerbate that. The Bears are actually ranked 6th against the pass where the Chargers are ranked 25th. The chargers were not even competitive last week on either side of the ball. Cobb has not been healthy either, and then there's the wind in the windy city. Right now weather channel says 15 mph with gusts up to 20. Definitely something to keep an eye on. No matter how good a QB is if the wind is strong enough that QB will not be accurate with the ball for anything more than very short throws.
  5. I'd go Brady too. Denver passing D is very good but not unbeatable, and don't have to worry about Brady getting benched.
  6. He has over the years, but it's kind of hard to trust him given how awful in general he has been recently. Over the last 8 games QBs have averaged 324 passing yards a game against the Titans, and none has finished lower than QB13. They've given up at least 316 yards to the likes of Trevor Siemien, Matt Barkley, Blake Bortles, and Cody Kessler. I will need to be mindful of the weather and wind in KC though. Not a potential concern in Atlanta (dome) nor as much of one in Oakland.
  7. I have a touch call as well between Kap, Rivers and Smith. Currently have Smith slotted to start but we'll see. All with decent matchups but underwhelming choices to begin with
  8. You'd think San Fran wouldve done the same too though. Neither Miami nor San Fran boast good run defenses at 29th and 31st ranked, respectively. With Matt Moore starting at QB (and the Jets boasting a decent run defense, unlike Miami) there should be lots of opportunity for the Jets to move the ball, assuming that Miami is unable to do so on their end.
  9. He is annoying, nothing special about his insights, says idiotic things, can't stand him. I love me some shut the hell up Berry.
  10. Dwayne Washington was averaging over 4 yards a carry vs. Riddick having well less than that prior to his injury. He doesn't get the receiving yardage as Riddick but he's been good.
  11. All of my receivers: A Robinson, Marvin and now Jordy.
  12. the left tackle was a first round pick rookie LAST year I believe, and wasn't good then, either.
  13. Well except that Tampas passing defense doesn't actually look to be overly bad to me. Going into tonight's game they have given up 1034 passing yards with 9 TDs (despite playing the falcons week 1). After yesterday's game Oakland has given up 1653 yards and 12 touchdowns. Other notables I'll mention: the lions 1317 with 14 tds given up, the browns 1442 with 13, and the falcons 1451 with 14.
  14. Right now it looks to me like Oakland has the worst passing defense, though it does have some young talent in Karl Joseph and Khalil Mack who could improve it some for the longer haul.
  15. I was recently offered Melvin Gordon for Demarco Murray in my dynasty league. The pros of acquiring Gordon is that he is a good 5 years younger than Murray, and my team could use added youth as it has only one offensive player under 25 who is a "must start" type right now. This trade would also hedge against a serious injury to a player like Murray, who at 28 1/2 would lose basically all his value if he sustained a major injury at this stage. The cons: This trade would likely hurt my chances to contend for a title in the next two years, as my team is one of the top ones in the league right now. Murray is essentially matchup proof at this point due to his effectiveness and contributions as both a runner and receiver. I also don't know if I should be sold on Gordon to begin with, who looked good in his first two games but then ran for barely two yards per carry last night against a Colt's defense that is considered to be weak.