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Old 11-03-2013, 06:30 PM   #286
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Maybe Danny Woodhead? He's been solid week-to-week for me and every now and then he goes off.
If I leave it as-is that's probably my best option. I'm thinking maybe I could pull off a trade for Zac Stacy, I'm just not sure if he's worth trying to trade Brady for.
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Old 11-03-2013, 06:32 PM   #287
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If I leave it as-is that's probably my best option. I'm thinking maybe I could pull off a trade for Zac Stacy, I'm just not sure if he's worth trying to trade Brady for.
My wife keeps picking up and dropping Rams RBs. I think it's a total VERY high risk for semi-high reward imo.

Next week it might be Pead. :P
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Old 11-03-2013, 06:33 PM   #288
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Orrr, Chip Kelly commits to Foles as his qb of the future, after Foles settles in he becomes another average qb, eventually Kelly/Foles start looking like the 09 Redskins and both end up getting tossed, as well as costing the Eagles multiple seasons that they might've contended.
Sure hope it works out that way. Eagles ALWAYS seem to find some way to get some average player to turn into multiple high picks OR pick up someone awesome for next-to-nothing (Ryans!).
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Old 11-03-2013, 06:36 PM   #289
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Sure hope it works out that way. Eagles ALWAYS seem to find some way to get some average player to turn into multiple high picks OR pick up someone awesome for next-to-nothing (Ryans!).
Yeah that kinda sucks, but I won't be scared of the Eagles until they start playing consistently good football week to week. Until then they are just like us.
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Old 11-03-2013, 06:38 PM   #290
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I know you're a VT fan too, but this is whats killing me about being a fan of both teams: PUT AN ENTIRE FOOTBALL GAME TOGETHER. When you do that, you'll win consistently. I think Denver would have beaten us regardless of play-calling, but the rest of the games, I'd say you could look at a handful of plays and say, "That's where it was lost."

Sure, football is that type of game, but just MEDIOCRE play in all facets of the game would have equaled at least 2 more wins.
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Old 11-03-2013, 06:54 PM   #291
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I know you're a VT fan too, but this is whats killing me about being a fan of both teams: PUT AN ENTIRE FOOTBALL GAME TOGETHER. When you do that, you'll win consistently. I think Denver would have beaten us regardless of play-calling, but the rest of the games, I'd say you could look at a handful of plays and say, "That's where it was lost."

Sure, football is that type of game, but just MEDIOCRE play in all facets of the game would have equaled at least 2 more wins.
Yeah but it's always too late for what if's. VT is never gonna go anywhere with Logan Thomas, but he's the starter and they don't have any better alternatives. Same with the Redskins. This team is a direct result of what we had to work with given our cap situation, and it reflects. Realistically we could be looking major moves this offseason.

Still no first round pick, but we will be getting cap room back, and we've got holes in the secondary and o-line that need to be improved. My whole thing is we've got guys starting that might not have a job anywhere else. On o-line only TW's job is secure. All 4 secondary spots are open for debate too. Long story short, consistency starts with the players, and our players are still not that good.
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Old 11-03-2013, 07:42 PM   #292
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I know you're a VT fan too, but this is whats killing me about being a fan of both teams: PUT AN ENTIRE FOOTBALL GAME TOGETHER. When you do that, you'll win consistently. I think Denver would have beaten us regardless of play-calling, but the rest of the games, I'd say you could look at a handful of plays and say, "That's where it was lost."

Sure, football is that type of game, but just MEDIOCRE play in all facets of the game would have equaled at least 2 more wins.
completely agree. Being a Tech and Skins fan, consistency has been a problem. Plays left on the field haunt both.Turnovers have killed the Hookies the last 2 games. Guy I work with broke a remote last weekend when Logan threw the int in the endzone
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Old 11-04-2013, 08:54 AM   #293
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Two guys that I needed to blow up last night, Andre Johnson and Luck, came through. Love it when a plan comes together.
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Old 11-04-2013, 09:15 AM   #294
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I lost because Griff didn't score lol but I'll take a FF L for a skins W any day
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Old 11-04-2013, 09:21 AM   #295
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I had Dallas in my suicide pool and they made me sweat it out to the last minute. Mother effers.

All I could think was it figures that Dallas is going to be the team to screw me over.
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Old 11-04-2013, 09:46 AM   #296
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Won in all 4 of my leagues. Thanks to Andre Johnson, Desean Jackson and Zac Stacy. Even taking a 0 with Arian Foster.
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Old 11-04-2013, 11:09 AM   #297
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Had Justin Blackmon on 3 of my 4 teams.

Thanks a lot, moron.
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in zac stacy i trust
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Old 11-06-2013, 12:20 PM   #299
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had justin blackmon on 3 of my 4 teams.

Thanks a lot, moron.

me too
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Old 11-06-2013, 01:37 PM   #300
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Lost Rodgers on my 2-starting QB team. Had Aaron and RGIII. Keeper league, traded for BOTH in the last few years and kept both.


Now I have RGIII and Case Keenum. Best I could find. It was him or Locker available. Keenum has better players around him plus he's facing Jacksonville this week.
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