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Interesting Numbers with AJ

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Even though it is only week 2 I found his numbers to be very interesting....or should I say almost identical. I'm having flashbacks of when I would draft Rudi Johnson simply because I knew he would get me 12 TDs by the end of the year and around 1400 rushing yards.

 

 

Andre Johnson

 

Week 1: 7 Rec, 95 yards, 1 TD (target 11 times)

Week 2: 7 Rec, 93 yards, 1 TD (target 9 times)

 

At this rate we are on pace for 112 receptions, 1512 yards,, 16 TDs (target 168 times)

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Kenny Britt put up 136 and 135 in back to back weeks as well.

 

Yeah but I don't have him on my roster so ultimately it is no important :wacko:

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We get 5 bonus points for 100+ so while I do like the production so far I wish he would be consistently at 100 instead of mid 90's.

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you have to be more specific from now on.

I thought you meant AJ Green.

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you have to be more specific from now on.

I thought you meant AJ Green.

 

Oh my bad, Loaf.

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In my 14-team league a guy traded AJ for J Cutler last week. Talk about upsetting the competitive balance of the league. Now, the guy with AJ has:

 

Romo

Mendy

F Jackson

A Bradshaw

AJ

M Austin

B Lloyd

 

Gonna be tough to beat. At least M Austin will be out for a few weeks and Romo is one hit away, but trading your backup QB for a bonafide STUD is a major coup!

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It's a dangerous game when you take a couple of games and project a season out of it. Perfect example, project Cam Newton out for a year and you get 6,832 passing yards. Mike Wallace is on pace for over 1800 receiving yards. Don't make too much of early-season stats.

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This is news? Why do you think they called him Andre3000 before CJ2k? Because of successive 1500 yard seasons...

 

I'm pissed I overthought my habitual Andre Johnson drafting and clicked "Roddy White" instead this year.

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It's a dangerous game when you take a couple of games and project a season out of it. Perfect example, project Cam Newton out for a year and you get 6,832 passing yards. Mike Wallace is on pace for over 1800 receiving yards. Don't make too much of early-season stats.

 

1504 yards and 16 td's, sounds like a slightly above average but doable season for AJ to me, especially if the running game loses some punch without Foster.

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1504 yards and 16 td's, sounds like a slightly above average but doable season for AJ to me, especially if the running game loses some punch without Foster.

 

:wacko:

 

I might give you the yardage because he did have over 1500 in '08 and '09 but 16 tds??? He's yet to break double-digits in his career yet alone grab 16 of them.

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As a fan count me as REALLY worried this week. As an AJ owner, count me as shamefully, but very optimistic. :wacko:

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I have AJ, and CJ Dez also! No rbs though got my butt handed to me this week

 

The one to watch is deion branch, he will never be on my bench again. The Pats are tearing it up like 2007. I wish I drafted Brady he really has/had the most upside since his record breaking year.

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