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  1. champ or playing for championship...

    See below, been pretty obvious all season, I've been winning with smoke and mirrors. My only real call for the last 4 weeks has been Branch or Caldwell. This week its Branch. Good Luck to all, and happy holidays.
  2. T Bell T Ownens T Jones
  3. Week 8 Random Thoughts from Hugh One

    My day until I read through your chain of posts. Brought a smile to my face. Thanks
  4. Do it if you can, I'll bet he's not as hot to trot now that T Bell has been named clear no 1.
  5. Trade offer help please

    Don't wait around. Morris isn't worth much unless SA goes down for the better part of the season. Match-ups for next 3-4 weeks are not particularly enticing. Favre is staying put, take Driver.
  6. Too Early to start Branch?

    Any alternative thoughts?
  7. D. Branch vs. T. Williamson

    Not sure that Branch is going to light things up, but Williamson is going to get pummelled and with an already sore shoulder, don't count on him for much more than 40-50 yds and no scores.
  8. WDIS - Warner or Palmer

    Like Warner at home. Pitts doesn't have much of an offense right now, I'm not confident that Big Ben will make monumental strides this short week. Think the game will be low scoring and that Cinn will try to control tempo and not get behind. Although there has to be some concern regarding the offensive line of Arz, they are getting one of their starting gaurds back who was hurt for the Seattle game, should be enough to give Warner time to throw, also think they may be able to run some this week on Stl, opening up the passing game.
  9. Drop Reggie Brown for Antonio Bryant?

    RUN DO NOT WALK TO THE WAIVER WIRE.
  10. Really only see this as two way horse race between Branch and Williams. Jax will probably have to throw a lot (they do whether they need to or not), but Indy is a tough place to have to throw due to crowd noise, but Williams more likely to be target on the short to mid range routes and Freeny is out. Branch has a ton of talent and I'm not sure that Holmgren would have activated him early (Seahawks had a 2 week roster exemption from NFL) and taken the roster hit if he didn't plan on using him, plus Seattle is playing at home and Branch should be somewhat of crowd favorite. Thoughts?????
  11. Commissioners, your input please

    G & S, I didn't bother to read all your responses, therefore this might just be rehashing old sh%&t, but if someone didn't bring it up in prior years then bye gones be bye gones. For the current year, you have to update the system or go the democratic process and let all other teams (not teams involved) vote on the resolution. Be strong and good luck, any sh$%&t and and let them find someone else to take the thankless job (I've been the Commish for 4 straight years noone else will take the job).
  12. Trade J.Lewis, Branch and Gates

    NO..NO.. NO..NO You don't need Vick, he is always a fast start but watch out. Dunn is taking too big a pounding this early in season. I wouldn't be surprised to see Dunn go down around week 7 or so. Bulger is in a new offense, and should get better as the season wears on. Branch is such an unkown quantity in Seattle, its hard to tell. Just going on the praise of Brady and his NE team mates the guy is the nuts. I would give him a chance to become a no 1 or solid no 2, unless you are in dire straits. Gates should improve as SD plays some tougher competition. Lewis will be the equal of McCallister push here.
  13. Offer on table

    Fair deal, in fact I think you are getting better up-side in the deal. K Jones will never be a stud, but I think he'll be every bit as good as Droughs and probably better. Muhammed and Evans are a push. I like Jones upside in this deal.
  14. Somewhat of a risky trade, but hell this ain't life or death here. On the one hand, Cons: P Manning is about as sure a thing as there is at QB, he will likely throw for more 300 yard games than any other QB over a full season. He plays in a dome, he gets the Texans, Titans twice a year, but has to go up against Jacksonville (this weekdend) surely bonus points passing galore. TO, possible the biggest A-hole in football (a-hole bryant starting stiff from behind) but possibly the best damn WR stat wise in the league, but out for at least 3 weeks from a productivity stand point. Alexander is not the Alexander of past seasons, whether it is the o-line, his aching foot, or what the hell. He is not going to put up the same numbers that he has in the past. Plaxico Burress, nothing really I can say bad about him, he'll be hit or miss the entire season. But, will undoubtedly put up numbers better than last year. Pros: If TO is TO, Bledsoe will benefit from his presence and having Glenn doesn't hurt. Be very watchful, of Romo under this scenario. A Smith is a sleeper, the SF offense is alot better than most give them credit. SF spent all its wade on protecting its franchise dude (Smith) they gave him better protection and with Gore he won't be required to carry the entire load. Plus their D sucks, hence, Smith will not often be handing off for the last 20 minutes of the second half. They will have to fight for every win, not preserving leads. Plus, I think that they will get better as the season wears on. Alexander at 80-90% of prior years is still a top 10 RB , with Gore you will probably have 2 of 10 RB, not a bad deal. Plus Alexander has much easier schedule than either LJ or LT2. Just look at last year for Burress and add 5% or so and there you have it. Long, but not short of it is, tough to give up Manning and TO, but in a 12 team league, getting 3 quality starters is nothing to sneeze at. This is a toss up type deal, but with the questions surronding TO. I would make this deal, and hope that by the end of this year Bledsoe isn't even starting for you. Good Luck