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Old 10-24-2010, 04:29 PM   #16
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It's a damn shame I had Kenny Britt on only one of my fantasy teams. **** Rotowire and them saying he isn't a fantasy starter. **** THEM.
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Old 10-24-2010, 04:32 PM   #17
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What a crazy week for the NFL. Never would've thought the Browns would lay a 30 burger on the Saints. Bills semi-redeeming themselves, they did blow that huge lead but they did come back to tie it in the last seconds. And the Panthers getting their first win over the 49ers. There's no doubt about it the 9ers deserve their record, if you lose to an 0-5 team nobody should have any doubt you suck when your record is 1-5 as well.
Saints have always had a soft defense. Always.
Peyton Hillis has also been a monster for his entire career. The guy just scores TDs.
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Saints have always had a soft defense. Always.
Peyton Hillis has also been a monster for his entire career. The guy just scores TDs.
Peyton Hillis has been a monster this season but not for his entire career. I wish we had picked up him while he was on the block because he surpassed expectations under Shanny his rookie year and Josh McDaniels deemed him expendable. Hillis didn't do anything last year but only because McDaniels didn't use him.
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Peyton Hillis has been a monster this season but not for his entire career. I wish we had picked up him while he was on the block because he surpassed expectations under Shanny his rookie year and Josh McDaniels deemed him expendable. Hillis didn't do anything last year but only because McDaniels didn't use him.
Last season doesn't count because McDaniels only trusts "his guys" to do anything.

When he was in for Shanny, the dude was ALSO a TD machine and gave the Broncos a running game that season. Mostly in terms of games started, Hillis's TD production has been top notch.
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Last season doesn't count because McDaniels only trusts "his guys" to do anything.

When he was in for Shanny, the dude was ALSO a TD machine and gave the Broncos a running game that season. Mostly in terms of games started, Hillis's TD production has been top notch.
Like I'm trying to say, when given the opportunity, Hillis has shined. I'm not arguing with you about 2009 because the point is moot. He didn't have the opportunity, and it's pretty obvious McDaniels made a mistake. I'm not saying Hillis is a bad player lol.
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Like I'm trying to say, when given the opportunity, Hillis has shined. I'm not arguing with you about 2009 because the point is moot. He didn't have the opportunity, and it's pretty obvious McDaniels made a mistake. I'm not saying Hillis is a bad player lol.
It's all good then.
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I was so close to starting Ryan Fitz today in 2 leagues, Espns fantasy "experts" write up was mocking people wanting to start him and like a sheep I listened I will never listen to them again!
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I was so close to starting Ryan Fitz today in 2 leagues, Espns fantasy "experts" write up was mocking people wanting to start him and like a sheep I listened I will never listen to them again!
True dat.
I regret not starting Steve Johnson to help myself further a blowout I'm having.
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Jason Campbell is demolishing the Broncos -- man, we should have never given him up JK, JK I am just kidding :yeahright , please, no hateful responses lol
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Jason Campbell is demolishing the Broncos -- man, we should have never given him up JK, JK I am just kidding :yeahright , please, no hateful responses lol
Just shows you how up and down the entire NFL seems to be this year.
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Who wants to bet Oakland hits 70 this game?
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Looks like the Max Hall era in Arizona has come to an end. Anderson replaces him and they have a TD drive.
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Looks like the Max Hall era in Arizona has come to an end. Anderson replaces him and they have a TD drive.
But, but, but, he was undrafted and a very religious player just like Kurt Warner! There's no way he's not destined for greatness.
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