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  1. Houston Homers - Update for

    All see is listed as probable, but his effectiveness will be limited if he plays. I have him starting anyways, it's him or Randy Moss who can't count on anyways to even catch ONE ball. Does any other fellow huddlers hear anything different on the morning inactives on AJ's status?
  2. The one week when I needed a big WIN to stay in the playoff picture, my starting lineup flamed out and now I'm left thinking about next year. First, Favre gets hurt and I get one point out of him. Then KJ gets 4 carries for 8 yds then he's hurt. Then the list of guys who were NO SHOWs on offense, SJAX-TJ Housh, R.Moss (aka Casper since he likes disappearing). The only guy who did anything for me yesterday was LJ Smith who I didn't end up starting because he was doing nothing over the past 3 wks...hello to the FFL offseason for me. Good luck to all of you who are still in the playoff hunt, wish you big returns and injury free
  3. Fellow huddlers, Struggling amongst these three #3 WR options each week. I'm leaning towards Cotchery even vs. CHI just because Pennington will have to throw to do anything since NYJ rushing attack will most likely be shut down the whole day by Bears D. Kennison has Trent coming back throwing to him, but that scares me also if Green is rusty and KC just ends up running LJ all day. Third is ugly option with Moss who I just can't seem to figure out. So is Cotchery my best play?
  4. trade offer

    I wouldn't touch this trade myself. Once Alexander comes back he'll produce again (at least TD's!), and AJ is way too valuable a WR right now if you get PPR. Moss is on the down side of his career with a very inept Raiders offense, so he's kind of a "don't care" but could have some decent games with a TD thrown in here or there. On what you'd be getting, I do like Lee Evans although he's really the only weapon for BUF now that McGahee is sidelined for a bit so he'll get extra attention from secondaries. Then Horn is okay but another on downside of career like Moss and Colston is the man on the Saints. TJ is a good #2, so is Fragile Fred at the #2 although he gets carries vultured by Jones-Drew. I just think you'd be giving up two STUDS in Alex and AJ for a host of #2 and #3 type start players is all.
  5. Fellow huddlers, It's hard to sit Moss for the one chance that he'll produce a 100yd game and a score. So I have been slotting him in as my borderline #3 WR start. This week he has Champ Bailey so it's even more of a reason to sit him, but my other choices aren't that much better. Any opinions? R.Moss vs. DEN J.Cotchery vs. NE Kennison vs. MIA
  6. defense

    Go with big D. Bulger has been racking up the yardage numbers and hasn't thrown many picks at all this year. Plus Jackson hasn't put the ball on the ground (fumbled) that much either, so if you're looking for turnovers, I'd say better bet is with AZ and Leinart throwin' up some picks and getting sacked.
  7. Would you trade Vick for Marvin Harrison?

    Errr...if you can trade Vick to get Harrison, do it now. You're starting WRs then are TO, Keyshawn and Harrison! Give me a break, you already have Bulger as your starter, a chance to get a stud WR for a QB whose stock is high right now is a no brainer. Week in, week out Harrison WILL produce. Vick still has to prove he can do it EVERY WEEK... Do this before the other owner wakes up (or sobers up)
  8. Trade Westbrook for Torry Holt?

    Stick with Westy in your position. True, he's injury prone and COULD break down this year, but when he plays he's a stud. I'd be hard pressed to value a stud WR over a stud RB any day, even if it is Holt. Case in point on some of these other posts, WRs are streaky and at least with Westy he's a huge part of the PHI offense in both rushing and receiving, so I'd take that any day of the week and twice on Sunday
  9. Trade Adive - Cadilac for Edge

    Bashemgud, Not really high on either one, but would have to say that if it were me I'd keep Caddy since he seems to be progressing. On the other hand, Edge seems to be regressing. Granted, Edge has been getting mind boggling number of carries it seems this year and still can't produce. I'm not and never was sold on Edge going to ARI and running behind that joke of an O-line down there in the desert. Edge is great RB, don't get me wrong, but it just goes to show you ain't nothing without the big fellas up front making holes for you. Even though I tend to agree these RBs are kinda a wash, I still think Caddy has more upside to run for close to 100yds per game more than Edge does. Given that, stick with Caddy and hope he stays injury free.
  10. Vick

    Fellow huddlers, Obviously, with Vick's coming out party vs. PIT last weekend (I put has *ass on the bench because of matchup, DOH!) I'm hoping he can duplicate it vs. CIN this weekend. I know I can expect the same production, but was last Sunday a flash in the pan or will he return to his usual 150-180 yds passing and 50-60 yds rushing with a TD thrown in here or there... I have Favre also who is tempting because playing against a disheartened ARI team, but I don't want to sit Vick thinking it will be a let-down week after the crazy win against PIT. Probably overthinking and will start Vick anyways, but just wondering what others think about Vick this week and for the rest of the season.
  11. Fellow huddlers, Debating whether to start Favre or Lefty this week. Vick has a tough matchup vs. PIT so leaning towards either Favre or Lefty. Lefty faces HOU which means he SHOULD put up numbers, but if it's a route early, then JAX will just run the ball won't they? Favre looks like an okay play, but his WR's are a mess and I'm just afraid he'll throw 2-3 INTs even if he can get a couple scores. Favre Leftwich Vick
  12. Fellow huddlers, Debating whether to drop Joey Jurevicious to pickup Mark Clayton who is available on the WW (who I dropped a couple weeks back ironically). JJ is the 3rd option in CLE behind Edwards and Winslow, so 3-4 catches a game just isn't worth a roster spot is it? Clayton has more upside and he may be inconsistent but I like the fact that now that Billick is going to take over offensive coordinator duties it may mean better things for Clayton to shake things up.
  13. Tatum Bell vs. Chester Taylor

    Depends on what you're looking for. Chester will produce based on the shear fact that he'll shoulder the load in MIN offense, he's getting 25-30 touches on the ball per game. He's the 'safer' of the two, but Tatum would be the home run version if you are a risk-taker. He could bust loose and be huge the rest of the year, or Shanahan's mind games and RBBC could resurface, who knows what he's up to...
  14. Need trade advice

    Agree with pzarvell on this one. If you're in love with Westy, then that's your right. Otherwise, giving up Chester who gets 25-30 touches per game and produces, and also a STUD WR (albeit struggling right now) in CJ to get Westy is a lot in my opinion. I am of the notion that Westy's injury will catch up to him sooner than later, only a matter of time. Then what are you left with....a bad trade. Jamal is washed up as a reliable RB, and Bennett is in a bad offense on a bad TEN team. Don't let you MAN-LOVE for Westy make you foolish, I'd rather stick it out with CJ and Chester.
  15. Drop Buckhalter for Perry

    Agree with the other posts. I like C.Perry for his pass catching ability out of the backfield, but honestly Rudi is a workhorse and doesn't seem to be injury prone. Westy is different story, this guy makes it onto the field each week and produces, but c'mon, sooner or later this knee issue is going to break down in a big way and he'll be lost. Not being cruel here to Westy as a player, but I'd rather think that Westy has a much better chance of in the very short term of that knee taking it's toll and then make room for the CBuck era in Philly