We've learned a lot over the first 8 weeks. Some items have been great - some not so great. Here are some of the tidbits we've learned along the way:
I disagree with your comment about Romeo Crennel. The last four words in your sentence were unneccessary.
LOL. I've got to add a "Like" button to the comments section.
Huh. If they pay for it; that's what they get.
I've had Pierre Thamas on my bench, all season.
Now, I hear Spoles has a broken hand. I wish I would have known that, when I played Ryam Mattews Thursday nite. F Football is so irritating, especially since they play every Thursday nite, now.
BUT. Thanks to you Joe....I grabbed the San Diego DST, and it got me 25 pts. in my league. That's better than a QB!
The San Diego D made a lot of people happy this week. Stellar performance.
I've been sitting on Pierre Thomas all year as well - finally get to plug him in this week. Fingers crossed!
He (Pierre) is a fantastic back, and can catch out the backfeild, Soft hands, and can run aftrer the catch.
Brees needs him to dissipate the pass rush.
They need to trade him, so he'll thrive, OR, AT LEAST, GIVE HIM+20= carrires / receptions per game,
I need a WR3 and a FLEX from the following list. Please help! Rank the following:
Kenny Britt - good matchup in MIA, Jake Locker under center, getting healthier
Ryan Broyles - In the dome @MIN. Getting more targets, gets #2 corner because of Megatron, strong last two weeks
Jeremy Kerley - Tough matchup in Seattle. Default #1. Lots of targets.
Donald Jones - Assume they will be losing and have to throw it in NE. Not many TDs, but targets are on the rise.
Also, Denario Alexander is available on the waiver wire. Any suggestions are much appreciated.
Std scoring: Britt, Kerley, Jones, Broyles
PPR: Britt, Jones, Kerley, Broyles
I'm not ready to jump on the Alexander bandwagon just yet.
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