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Last Week’s Results:   6-8 (CIN, STL, GB, HOU, NO, DAL, SD, MIN let him down)
Season Results:  45-31 (.592)
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Chicago over Seattle
Green Bay over Miami
San Diego over St. Louis
Baltimore over  New England ***Updated Pick***
New York Giants over Detroit
Atlanta over Philadelphia ***Updated Pick***
Pittsburgh over Cleveland
Tampa Bay over New Orleans
Houston over Kansas City
New York Jets over Denver
San Francisco over Oakland
Dallas over Minnesota ***Updated Pick***
Indianapolis over Washington
Tennessee over Jacksonville

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2010 NFL Picks – Week 6

13 October 2010

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Week 5 Results:  6-8 (BUF, CIN,  GB, NYG, NO, DAL, SD, SF let me down)
Week 5 Lock Picks
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Previous Lock to Win Picks:  SF (L), GB (W),  NE (W), NO (W), ATL (W)
Previous Lock to Lose Picks:  DET (W), ARI (W), CLE (W), JAX (L), CAR (W)

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Regular Season Lock Picks:  8-2 (.800)
Regular Season Total:  43-33 (.565)

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Week 6 Locks
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Lock to Win:  Pittsburgh Steelers
Lock to Lose (can’t be same game as above):  St. Louis Rams
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Week 6 Picks:

Chicago over Seattle
Miami over Green Bay
San Diego over St. Louis (Loser Lock)
New England over Baltimore
New York Giants over Detroit
Philadelphia over Atlanta
Pittsburgh over Cleveland (winner lock)
New Orleans over Tampa Bay
Houston over Kansas City
New York Jets over Denver
San Francisco over Oakland
Minnesota over Dallas
Indianapolis over Washington
Tennessee over Jacksonville
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Fantasy Football Forum
How did Week 6 go for you?

I’m in five leagues so I’ll recap each one.

KFFL Analysis League - Andre Johnson, Nate Kaeding, and Rashard Mendenhall were my top players.  New England Defense and Greg Olsen were big for my opponent.  I was without Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne so I knew if I was going to win it would be ugly.  That was the case.
Record:  5-1

Fantasy Football Search League – I dominated in this league behind Randy Moss, Hines Ward, Nate Kaeding, and Owen Daniels.  I overcame Tom Brady and Adrian Peterson.  I was glad to win without Wayne.
Record:  4-2

Rotoprofessor Challenge - Mason Crosby was my top performer.  Adrian Peterson was my opponent’s.  It was an ugly week as I took the loss.  Playing without Ronnie Brown and Wayne didn’t help.
Record:  4-2

My Keeper League –  Andre Johnson and Owen Daniels were solid.  Tom Brady and DeAngelo Williams killed me.  I had the fourth highest score, but took the loss.
Record:  4-2

Fantasy Trifecta League –  Green Bay D was a sweet waiver wire pickup.  Hines Ward and Adrian Peterson were great for my opponent.  Finally, winner, winner, chicken dinner.
Record:  1-5

Weekly Record:  3-2
Season Record: 18-12

That’s how my weekend of fantasy football went. How did you do?

NFL Week 6 Fantasy Fill-ins

16 October 2009


Putting the final piece of your fantasy football puzzle together

I’ve uncovered some guys you can plug in if you are dealing with an injury or tough matchups.

Matt Hasselbeck, QB, Seattle Seahawks - Hasselbeck has a good chance of turning in another quality fantasy performance in this week’s matchup against Arizona, who is last in the league with 303 passing yards per game.  They are also tied for 26th with 9 passing TDs despite having their bye already.

David Garrard, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars - Garrard takes on St. Louis, who is 24th in the league with 237 passing yards allowed per week with 8 TDs.  He disappointed against Seattle, but should bounce back this week.

Jason Campbell, QB, Washington Redskins - The Redskins have been in the news for all the wrong reasons of late.  They’ve struggled despite a cupcake schedule.  Jim Zorn’s head is on the chopping block.  Despite all of that, Campbell has had a pretty solid season thus far, all things considered.  This week he faces Kansas City, who ranks 29th with 270 passing yards allowed per game.   They are also one of five teams to allow double-digit passing TDs.  I sense the Skins rally around their Coach and take care of the Chiefs.

Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers - As long as terrible teams keep lining up to play the Steelers, keep trotting Mendenhall out there.  This week’s victim is Cleveland, who is dead last with 170.4 rushing yards allowed per game.  They are also 31st with 8 rushing TDs allowed.  Willie Parker is supposed to play, but I still think Mendenhall will be very productive.

Thomas Jones, RB, New York Jets - Buffalo let Jamal Lewis run all over them, so there is no reason why Thomas Jones shouldn’t have a solid day against the 29th ranked run D.

Reggie Bush, RB, New Orleans Saints - The Giants have allowed Tight Ends to be productive since Kenny Phillips went down.  This week they face Jeremy Shockey, but I get the feeling the Giants aren’t going to want their big mouth former teammate beat them.  Enter Reggie Bush.  With Pierre Thomas nursing an hamstring injury, and a heavy Giant pass rush, look for Bush to be active in the passing game.

Nate Burleson, WR, Seattle Seahawks - I know the pattern has been alternating good and bad games, but facing the league’s worst pass defense makes Burleson, a solid play this week.

Mike Sims-Walker, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars - Sims-Walker burned fantasy owners last week by being a late inactive for violating team rules.  Assuming he’s available for this week’s game against the Rams, he should be back in your lineup as he tries to atone his misdeeds.

Santana Moss, WR, Washington Redskins - Moss is inconsistent, but he should team up with Jason Campbell for a big day against the Chiefs.

Donnie Avery, WR, St. Louis Rams - Now that Marc Bulger is back and Avery is healthy look for the WR to have a decent day against the 30th ranked passing defense.  The Jaguars have only generated 4 Sacks so far so Bulger has a good chance of staying on his feet and getting the ball to Avery.

Braylon Edwards, WR, New York Jets - Braylon was very active in his Jets debut, and with Cotchery doubtful, it looks like he’ll have a heavy workload this week as well.  Buffalo has been solid against the pass (6th ranked), but Edwards is still a decent WR3 option this week.

Sidney Rice, WR, Minnesota Vikings - The Ravens are surprisingly 26th against the pass.  Rice has good size, speed, and leaping ability.  He got high praised from OC Darrell Bevell this week with a Larry Fitzgerald comparison.  While, he’s a long way off, he has been picking up steam as he and Brett Favre have formed a solid rapport the past three weeks.

Heath Miller, TE, Pittsburgh Steelers - Miller continues to put up solid numbers for Pittsburgh, and has a favorable matchup against Cleveland this week.

Visanthe Shiancoe, TE, Minnesota Vikings - As I mentioned the Ravens have struggled against the pass.  Shiancoe has also began to gel with Favre.  He has scored in the past two weeks and makes a sneaky play this week.

Shaun Suisham, K, Washington Redskins - The Chiefs have allowed 8 FGs this year along with 15 PATs.  Suisham has yet to miss a FG this year, and could be in line for multiple attempts against Kansas City.

Green Bay Packers D/ST - Green Bay faces Detroit, who has allowed 17 Sacks this year to go with 8 turnovers.  Green Bay has just 5 Sacks, but have forced 10 turnovers.  Green Bay also has a pair of defensive TDs this year.

Washington Redskins D/ST – Washington faces Kansas City, who has also allowed 17 Sacks, though they have allowed just 5 turnovers.  Washington has 10 Sacks and 5 takeaways.

Carolina Panthers D/ST - Carolina faces Tampa Bay, who has allowed 8 Sacks and 5 turnovers.  Carolina has 9 Sacks and 4 takeaways.

Jacksonville Jaguars D/ST - Jacksonville faces St. Louis, who has allowed 12 Sacks and 8 giveaways, 4 of which were returned for TDs.  Jacksonville has 4 Sacks and 9 takeaways.




Time for another edition of Fantasy Football Out on a Limb. I scour the rosters to select a player who I feel will outperform a higher profile player in that given week. I base my decisions on matchups, how the players are trending, and the ever-important hunch. To mix things up I’ll occasionally do some two on one matchups or even pit RB or WR duos against each other. Sometimes I’ll spot a player some points.

Scoring
6 points for rushing or receiving TD
4 points for a passing TD
0.1 points per yard for rushing or receiving
0.05 points per passing yard.

Last Week:
Trent Edwards over Brett Favre:  Loser Edwards 11.6, Favre 15.6
Rashard Mendenhall over Ronnie Brown:  Loser Mendenhall 15.3
, Brown 21.85
Brandon Jacobs over Chris Johnson:  Winner, Jacobs 7.5, Johnson 4.3
DeSean Jackson over Calvin Johnson:  Loser, Jackson 0.1, Johnson 0.2 (Yuck)
Steve Smith over Randy Moss:  Winner, Smith, 8.5, Moss 3.6
Graham Pick:  Steve Smith Carolina over Steve Smith NYG, Winner 8.5, 7.0
Beanie Wells over Cedric Benson:  Big Loser, Beanie 2.4, Benson 19.6

Regular Picks:  2-3
Super Stretch Picks: 0-1
Overall:  2-4

Season Record
Regular Picks: 11-13
Super Stretch Picks:  1-4
Overall: 12-17

Week 6 Picks

Quarterback
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Brett Favre over Kyle Orton +1.5
In a matchup of undefeated QBs, I’ll go with  the 40-year old Viking.  He faces Baltimore , who has been vulnerable to the pass this year at home while Orton faces the 6th ranked Chargers pass D on the road.

Running Backs
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DeAngelo Williams over Adrian Peterson
D-Will ripped Tampa Bay for 186 yards and 2 TDs the last time they squared off.  They are 28th in the league in run D.  Meanwhile Peterson faces Baltimore’s top five run D.  Peterson tends to struggle a bit against aggressive teams.

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LeSean McCoy over Julius Jones
Even though McCoy is a backup and Jones is a starter, I like McCoy this week.  The Eagles should pound the 31st ranked Raiders run D and McCoy should clean up when Westy gets an early reprieve.  Meanwhile Jones faces the Cardinals’ top 5 run D and will likely have to turn to the air to stay in the game.

Wide Receivers
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Wes Welker over Randy Moss
Tom Brady doesn’t have his trademark confidence right now, and seems a little timid stepping into his deep throws to Moss.  He seems to prefer the short, underneath routes that are Welker’s bread & butter.  I look for him to outperform Randy this week against the Titans.

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Santonio Holmes over Anquan Boldin
I’ll match these Super Bowl WRs up against each other.  Holmes has disappeared since his Week 1 explosion, but should be able to dominate Cleveland.  Boldin has a solid matchup against Seattle, but I have a feeling it’s going to be the Larry Fitzgerald Show again.

SUPER STRETCH
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Jake Delhomme over Matt Cassel
Delhomme is off to a horrible start, but facing Tampa Bay’s 21st ranked pass defense should help matters.  Cassel is facing Washington’s 3rd ranked pass D.  Delhomme should win this battle.

Your turn.  What Out on a Limb picks do you have for Week 6?

NFL Picks – Week 6

13 October 2009

Week 6 Results:  9-5 (BUF, BAL, NE, JAX, NYJ let me down)
Lock Picks: 2-0

Previous Lock to Win Picks:  NO (W), WAS (W), BAL (W), INDY (W), PHI (W)
Previous Lock to Lose Picks:  OAK (W), CIN (L), STL (W), KC (W), DET (W)

Regular Season Lock Picks:  9-1 (.900)
Regular Season Total:  57-19 (.750)

Week 6 NFL Picks:

Lock to Win: Pittsburgh Steelers
Lock to Lose (can’t be same game as Winner Lock):  Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Cincinnati Bengals over Houston Texans
Green Bay Packers over Detroit Lions
Minnesota Vikings over Baltimore Ravens
New York Giants over New Orleans Saints
Pittsburgh Steelers over Cleveland Browns (Winner Lock)
Carolina Panthers over Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Loser Lock)
Washington Redskins over Kansas City Chiefs
Jacksonville Jaguars over St. Louis Rams
Philadelphia Eagles over Oakland Raiders
Arizona Cardinals over Seattle Seahawks
New England Patriots over Tennessee Titans
New York Jets over Buffalo Bills
Atlanta Falcons over Chicago Bears
San Diego Chargers over Denver Broncos

I’m going to look at the matchups each week and pick five fantasy starters that could be in for a tough week. Here’s a look at players who could struggle this week.

With the bye weeks upon us, you can’t necessarily sit the guys on this list unless you have great depth, but expect a drop in production.

Drew Brees, QB, New Orleans Saints - Brees has been rather pedestrian his past two games, averaging 181 yards with no TDs in wins over the Bills and the Jets.  Coming out of the bye he draws the Giants, who will definitely bring the heat.  You can’t bench Brees, but expect his mini-slump to continue.

Adrian Peterson, RB, Minnesota Vikings - We know All Day can torch any team, but you have to lower your expectations for him this week as he faces Baltimore.  Like Brees, you have to play him, but lower your expectations.

Willis McGahee, RB, Baltimore Ravens
- Ray Rice should be able to produce with screen passes, but I’m afraid Willis McGahee will have a hard time running between the Tackles against a stout Minnesota run defense.

Vincent Jackson, WR, San Diego Chargers - Jackson has five inches on Champ Bailey, but Bailey is playing great football once again.  Philip Rivers has enough weapons that he doesn’t have to challenge Champ.

Braylon Edwards, WR, New York Jets - Braylon Edwards made a nice debut with the Jets, but faces a tougher test this week.  Bufflo gave up a ton of yardage to Tom Brady in Week 1, but have improved in recent weeks.  They forced Derek Anderson into a 2 for 17 game (15.1 passer rating) for just 23 yards.

Your turn.  Who do you see struggling this week?

Week 6 Byes: Dallas, Indianapolis, Miami, San Francisco

Quarterbacks
Obviously Peyton Manning is far and away the most critical QB (and player) to be replaced this week.  Tony Romo also presents a challenge.

High-end Alternatives:
David Garrard, Jacksonville Jaguars – Facing St. Louis makes Garrard an attractive bye week play. I like him because he seldom makes mistakes and usually gets sneaky points with his feet.

Carson Palmer, Cincinnati Bengals – I know he’s a starter for some teams, but if he’s your backup, it’s a good time to use him in what should be a shootout against Houston.

Solid Alternatives:
Jason Campbell, Washington Redskins – Campbell is quietly putting up a solid fantasy season for the Skins. He should be a nice play against the lowly Chiefs.

Kyle Orton, Denver Broncos – With Marshall buying into the system, Orton is becoming a more reliable fantasy play. San Diego is banged up on D, which makes Orton a possible bye week replacement.

Desperation Time:
Jake Delhomme, Carolina Panthers – He still scares me, but he should have a productive day against Tampa Bay.

Mark Sanchez, New York Jets – Playing at home against the Bills makes him a decent play if your starter is out.

Running Backs
Ronnie Brown and Marion Barber will be the toughest to replace, but Joseph Addai, Donald Brown, and Ricky Williams have played well.  Glen Coffee and Tashard Choice have been nice plug-in players, but are replaceable.

High-end Alternatives:
Rashard Mendenhall, Pittsburgh Steelers – With Cleveland coming to town, keep on rolling with Mendenhall.

Cedric Benson, Cincinnati Bengals – He rolled on Baltimore and has become an every week starter now.  He should torch Houston.

Solid Alternatives:
LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego Chargers – Coming off a bye week it’s time to take a leap of faith with LT against Denver.

Desperation Time:
Ahmad Bradshaw, New York Giants – The G-Men will try to use their ground game to keep Drew Brees off the field.

Tim Hightower/Beanie Wells, Arizona Cardinals – Playing Seattle this week could mean both RBs are worth playing.

Wide Receivers
Reggie Wayne is the only elite WR on bye this week.  Everyone else can be replaced.

High-end Alternatives:
Mike Sims-Walker, Jacksonville Jaguars – You have to monitor his situation, but if he plays, he should torch the smelly Rams.

Santana Moss, Washington Redskins – Mr. Inconsistent should be solid against the Chiefs.

Solid Alternatives:
Percy Harvin, Minnesota Vikings – His speed and toughness could make him the top weapon in the passing game this week as they take on Baltimore.

Steve Breaston, Arizona Cardinals – Should have a solid game against the Seahawks.

Tight Ends
While there is only one stud WR to account for, there are two TEs out this week.  Dallas Clark and Jason Witten’s abscence will leave huge chunks in your fantasy projections.  Vernon Davis has been coming along for SF and may have to be replaced.

High-end Alternatives:
Todd Heap, Baltimore Ravens – As long as he’s not asked to stay in and block too much, he should get plenty of targets as a hot read.

Jeremy Shockey, New Orleans Saints – Playing against his old team, I’m sure he circled this game when the schedule came out.

Solid Alternatives:
Marcedes Lewis, Jacksonville Jaguars – He should turn in a productive day against St. Louis.

Desperation Time:
Kevin Boss, New York Giants – He’s got something to prove as well when he takes on Shockey.  Monitor his injury status though.

Your turn.  Who do you see as a good bye week replacement?

The LEV Report

18 October 2008




Written by LEV

Observations and Predictions…
LEV from Crazy Colored Glasses checks in with his look back at Week 6 and a preview to Week 7.

For weeks I have been heaping praise on the NFC East. I’d claimed they had the 4 best teams in the entire league. Apparently the rest of the league did not agree. Previously winless started off the shocking weekend by beating a sloppy Redskins team. I think it was a bit of a letdown game with the Skins having come off two tough division games. The Cowboys then were beaten in overtime by a very game Arizona Cardinals squad. The Cardinals controlled both lines of scrimmage and were just tougher and more physical than Dallas (as evidenced by the amount of injuries the Boys suffered). The Eagles provided a bit of sanity by beating the Niners but the NFC East was turned topsy-turvy again a night later. The Browns pummeled the Giants and made everyone remember why they were the trendy pre-season AFC pick.

Besides the aforementioned close games that the Cardinals and Rams won, this proved to be a really exciting week in the NFL. The Falcons kicked a field goal with no time left to beat the Bears (why did they squibb kick instead of kicking deep). The Texans picked up their first victory behind a Matt Schaub sneak in beating a very competitive Dolphins team. The Vikings won on a last second fieldgoal by Ryan Longwell (although the fans were chanting Fire Childress). The Colts, Saints and surprisingly Tampa Bay all won laughers.

Top Performers of the Week
QB-Matt Ryan: Although some QB’s threw for more yards, and some threw for more scores, no one was a better story than Matt Ryan. The rookie QB was poised and very effective (especially when rolling out of the pocket). The Falcons are 4-2… who would have bet on that in the pre-season.
RB-Correll Buckhalter: Correll pulled his best Westbrook impersonation and helped the Eagles in their rout of the Niners with over 170 total yards and a score.
WR-Marvin Harrison: A nice bounce back game for Harrison. Proving their is still some game in this veteran. Could be a sign of things to come for the Colts. If Manning and Harrison start to connect at a pre-injury clip things could be scary for the rest of the AFC.
TE-Marcedes Lewis: Proved to be a nice big target for Garrard. He has all the size and skills (he still needs to work on his hands) necessary to be a big time tight end.
Defense-Tampa Bay Bucs: They completely shutdown the good offense of the Panthers.
Special Teams-Arizona Cardinals: From the opening kickoff (which J.J. Arrington took for a score) to the final pay of the game (blocked punt for a TD) the Cards dominated.

There are five main event games for me this weekend that I will be paying close attention to. First (of course) is Dallas at St. Louis. Do the Boys let this week full of injuries and distractions get to them, or does this collection of stars rally and beat the Rams. I think the latter will happen, as the very capable Brad Johnson leads the Boys to a close victory. The second is the intriguing match-up in Buffalo. San Diego flying cross-country and playing at 10 a.m. pacific time spells trouble for the Bolts. I think the Bill pull one out. The third game is the important NFC North battle between the Vikings and Bears. I think the Bears have the superior offense (did I just say that) and should be able to hold off Peterson and the Vikes. Fourth is Indy at the not yet frozen tundra of Green Bay. The Packers are struggling a bit and the Colts seem to have found their groove. My pick is Colts. The other game I have my eye on is the Monday night match-up of Denver at New England. Everytime I think the Pats have it together they toss out a stinker. I still think they can exploit a bad Broncos defense and win one in front of the home crowd.

Here are my picks for the rest of the weekends games (9-5 last week). Carolina beating the Saints at home. Steelers routing the Bengals. The Titans (my pick as the new best team in the league-now that the Giants were knocked off) over KC in a closer one than most people think. The Ravens beating the Dolphins on the road. Giants recomitted to the run win big over San Fran. The Texans get their second in a row over Detroit. Jets beat the Raiders. Washington in a close one over Cleveland. Tampa Bay beating Seattle (those Bucs are tough down in Tampa).

Fantasy Picks of the Week
QB-Jake Delhomme: The Saints secondary is very welcoming. They also don’t put enough pressure on the QB. Both are good signs for the Panthers.
RB-Brandon Jacobs: I think the Giants are going to want to get back to their brand of power football. Jacobs should benefit in a 25 carry day.
WR-Torry Holt: The Cowboys secondary is in disarray. They are starting a rookie opposite Anthony Henry and lord knows who will be the nickelback (I’ve got a jersey if Wade wants to give me a call). It could be a long day for the Cowboys defense.
TE-Greg Olsen: With Brandon LLoyd still gimpy Olsen becomes Orton’s main target. He seems to have gotten over his early season fumbling problem. I think he’ll find the endzone at least once against the Vikings.
Defense-Pittsburgh Steelers: With Palmer injured the Bengals don’t stand a chance. The Steelers can rush and rattle the QB better than most teams in the league.
Special Teams: Buffalo Bills: Always one of the best units in the league, a tired and weary Chargers unit should have fits trying to catch Roscoe Parrish and his fellow return men.

Fantasy Football Forum

14 October 2008


Fantasy Football Forum

How did Week 6 go for you?  Did you survive the bye week?

I’m in six leagues so I’ll recap each one.

KFFL Analysis League - For some reason my opponent left LenDale White in his lineup.  I’ll take a freebie in the “experts” league.  Maurice-Jones Drew finally turned in a strong performance.  Larry Fitzgerald and Jamal Lewis (who I got in a trade for Adrian Peterson and Dwayne Bowe – It’s a PPR league) paid immediate dividends.  Waiver wire find Derek Anderson was great.  Seabass and Washington D disappointed.  My opponent was led by Manning and Portis.  My win evens my record at 3-3.

Cage Match League (The Legend vs. Awesome) - I body slammed Awesome this week behind Drew Brees, Clinton Portis, and Reggie Wayne.  T.O. was my only no-show.  Adrian Peterson did not deliver like I thought he would.  Aaron Rodgers and Marion Barber were my main competition.  Housh, Moss, Witten, and Chicago D took a dump for Awesome.  The wins moves me to 4-2.

LEV League - I tore into my opponent behind Philip Rivers.  He was a beast.  Reggie Wayne and Ronnie Brown were good as well.  I plugged in Marcedes Lewis at the last minute and he scored.  T.O., Housh, Slaton, and Carolina D stunk.  My opponent was led by Frank Gore and Andre Johnson.  Torry Holt and Antonio Bryant were stinkers.  Jamal Lewis made it close on MNF, but I won to improve to 4-2.

Fantasy Sports Depot League - I was led by Reggie Bush (again), Aaron Rodgers, DeSean Jackson and Ronnie Brown.  Randy Moss was a dud.  MB3 killed me.  So did Matt Schaub, Reggie Wayne, and Roddy White.  I would have beat anybody in my league besides my opponent.  My loss brings me to 3-3.

My Keeper League -  I got strong games from Peyton Manning, Thomas Jones, Andre Johnson, Braylon Edwards, and Jamal Lewis.  Torry Holt and Chicago D sucked.  I survived facing LT & S-Jax.  I won to improve to 3-3.

No Kicker League – I got a bye in this one as my opponent left Matt Hasselbeck, Larry Johnson, and Tony Gonzalez in his lienup.  Kurt Warner, Bush, Wayne, and Fitz paced me.  Chris Cooley and Michael Bush stunk.  Bernard Berrian and Andre Johnson were stellar for my opponent.  I moved to 5-1 in this league.

Weekly Record:  5-1
Season Record:  22-14
 

That’s how my weekend of fantasy football went. How did you do?


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