Gros Membres! Posted December 12, 2006 Share Posted December 12, 2006 (edited) I've been a member of this board for 3 years now and for the 3rd year I'm in the playoffs. I've won the Championship for the past two years. This board has been integral to my success and your feedback and advice is once again needed. Multiple WDISs here. Let's get down to business- ***RB - pick one to start with Westbrook C. Taylor vs. NYJ - coming off a painful rib injury but is expected to play against a porous NYJ run D (McGahee ran all over them for 125 and a TD this week with a similar rib issue). Gore @ SEA - on the road and a short week, coming off a solid game (130, TD, and 3 Rec. for 38 yds.), and SEA can be run on (Edge had 115 and a TD this week vs. SEA). Tough divisional matchup for SF. I'm leaning Gore here as he's brought me this far but on the road at Seattle is a tough venue and with a short week as well. Taylor is risky but could pay off with a friendlier matchup/conditions at home. ***QB - Pick one. Passing TDs are 4 pts. 1 pt. per 20 passing yds, and -1 for INTs Rivers vs. KC - has been solid and scoring btwn 10-15 pts. weekly, LT2 has been stealing some TDs (especially at home), now that he has the record does LT let off the gas a bit this week? Last time Rivers faced KC he threw for 266/2 TDs/1 Int (Rothlisburger just threw for 225/1 Rush TD/1 Pass TD vs. KC). Garcia @ NYG - offense runs through him, has some incredible weapons, Giants D banged up (Weinke threw for 423, 1 TD, and 3 Ints last week), and tough divisional matchup. Grossman vs. TB - great matchup but too risky, imho. But brass ball$ are sometimes the only way to win championships. I'm leaning Rivers here but Garcia is intriguing after Weinke's weekend. ***WR - Pick one to start with SSmith and CJ. It's a PPR. Roy Williams @ GB - last game vs. GB Roy has 4 rec for 53 yards and a TD, when KJ hasn't played the offense has sputtered, last two weeks Roy has had 3/50 and 6/73. Okay but not going to get me past this next round. Santana Moss @ NO - had a mediocre game this past week (2 rec. for 34 yds), a similar speedster (Glenn) had a great game vs. NO this week - 8 rec. for 150 yards, and has the potential to have another good game vs. an NFC South opponent (torched ATL for 7 Rec., 123 yards, and 1 TD). Thinking of going Moss as losing KJ is a serious blow to the DET O. Moss could light NO up this week (and he could also put up 5 points). ***TE - Pick one. It's a PPR Scheffler @ ARI - Cutler's buddy, best receiver on Denver this week, not much else known other than that. Inexperienced and could completely disappear. Winslow @ BAL - has fallen off the 100 catch pace, mediocre the last two weeks (1 rec. for 26 yards, and 4 rec. for 19 yards), last game vs. BAL had 7 rec. for 92 yards, don't get the games here in NY but all the talk indicated the knee is bothering him. Winslow seems to be losing steam and Scheffler is a favorite target for Cutler. The matchup favors the DEN running game but could Scheffler be better than an ailing Winslow? Thanks for reading this. Answer one. Answer them all. I'll get you back. Edited December 12, 2006 by Gros Membres! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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