Dr. Love

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  1. Desperate in Detroit...

    I wonder how much Drew Brees will cost next year?
  2. Did Theezman and Crew

    Good God, bite your tounge, boy. Bermann is the Crown Prince of Annoying, waiting to take the throne from Madden once Madden has been officially diagnosed as a senile swoosh.
  3. Who started Braylon Edwards this week?

    Don't take the Green Bay factor too lightly... I think a lot of teams are going to look like the Indianapolis Colts (yesterday notwithstanding) against the Pack this year. That is one terrible defense.
  4. Worst NFL Rule / Policy

    Right, but the league gives o-lineman some lienency in calling holding for the good of the game. So should the league give some lienency in calling the block in the back, should they stiffen the penalty to strongly discourage it, or is there an alternate solution not yet proposed?
  5. packer fans

    The only thing that soothes the sting of a Lions drubbing at the hands of the lowly Bears is the warm feeling I get inside whenever the Packers lose. Given the way they've looked the last two weeks, I may not need a parka for a good portion of the winter.
  6. Worst NFL Rule / Policy

    So do you make it a 15-yard penalty? 25 yard? How does the NFL get this to stop?
  7. Worst NFL Rule / Policy

    Other than not allowing all Lions fans a free kidney punch on Joey Harrington, the worst rule in the NFL has to be the block in the back rule. Not so much the rule itself, but the fact that it is completely ineffective. I would estimate that eight or nine of every ten potentially good and exciting runbacks are called back for a block in the back. I'm not saying that there shouldn't be a rule (obviously, the block in the back is unsafe), but the situation as a whole has to have a better solution than what's in place now. So what is it? How could this situation be remedied?
  8. The Doctor's Office is Open...

    All Patients: Unfotunately, the Doctor has been called out of the office. With any luck, I can answer some questions Sunday morning. Otherwise, please accept my most sincere apologies if I didn't get to your question. Thanks. Dr. Love
  9. The Doctor's Office is Open...

    Prescirption: With your running back situation you play Parker and Davis. Neither Green nor Duckett should start. For D's it's tough to play matchups when you only have one defense. DET defense would be great this week, but there's no way you'd get the CAR D back if you dropped them. My Picks: Parker and Davis over Green and Duckett Keep CAR D.
  10. The Doctor's Office is Open...

    Prescription: For your running backs, the only guys I'd consider starting are Parker, Caddy, and JJ. Parker has a good matchup, and JJ has shown that he can run on anybody. I don't think you can go wrong with Warner or Brooks, either. I have a gut feel for Warner, but that's all it is. Johnson and Boldin are your guys at WR. My Picks: Parker and JJ over Caddy Gut feel of Warner over Brooks CJohnson and Boldin at WR
  11. The Doctor's Office is Open...

    Prescription: I would wait a week or two if possible to drop Suggs. If he starts to play, you may be able to trade him. Overall, I think Brown will have a better year than Suggs, so if you need to make that swap now to get Brown, do it. Also, you're in a very good position with your RB situation. Play your studs. My Picks: Drop Suggs, pick up Brown Lewis and McAllister over Westbook
  12. The Doctor's Office is Open...

    Diagnosis: Dizziness, confusion from exposure to Willie Parker Prescription: You have three great options. Parker should run wild again, but so should Jamal and Corey. You can't pick wrong here. My Pick: Gut feel for Lewis and Dillon over Parker
  13. The Doctor's Office is Open...

    Symptoms: Lots of questions. Diagnosis: Multiple question disorder Prescription: 1. Play your stud. DDavis is a stud, I think Ahman Green may be replaced by mid-season when everyone realizes that this is the beginning of some long years in Green Bay. 2. If Shockey is good to go, put him in your lineup. 3. Booker.
  14. The Doctor's Office is Open...

    Symptoms: Confusion, anxiety Diagnosis: QB-induced performance anxiety Prescription: If you like Palmer, I'd stick with him. Both guys look like they're going to have a good year. The talent level looks to be similar, the defenses they're facing are similar. Go with your gut, because you'd hate yourself for second guessing. My Pick: Go with your gut with Palmer over Leftwich
  15. The Doctor's Office is Open...

    Prescription: For the long term, you have to drop Walker. Engram and Galloway are the guys who will likely put up some points every week but not be a superstar. If you want to swing for the fences, you could try Crayton or Jenkins. They could becom second-tier WR kind of guys, but they could bomb, too. You have to gauge what you think your team needs. You could consider trading a back for a WR... a RB on your bench doesn't help your scoring. You will need to do something, but it's really up to you what direction you want to go in. Hope this was somewhat helpful.