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stonewall

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In Topic: I Really Hope We Get Lucky to Get AJ Green Back for Fantasy Playoffs Week 14...

Yesterday, 12:48 PM

Fellers, I would hate to be the voice of pessimism, but it seems he is done for the 2016 fantasy season, barring a miracle:

 

 CIN - WR A.J. Green has Grade 2 tear

 

Source: The Cincinnati Enquirer - Jim Owczarski

 

Updating previous reports, Cincinnati Bengals WR A.J. Green (hamstring) said he suffered a Grade 2 hamstring tear, and he's working to get back this season. It may not be until Week 17.

 

Holding onto Green is a nice idea for hope, but if you are in a pinch, it's not crazy to drop him. He is unlikely to play next week and it sounds like Week 15 is a stretch. If Week 16 if his first game back, we won't recommend trusting Green in your championship lineup.


In Topic: Will the NFL keep losing fans?

02 December 2016 - 09:50 PM

interesting

though I wouldn't agree that they get "paid like kings" as you say. In fact, far from it when you consider how much basketball and baseball players are making these days.

 

Yes. but compared to what the average Joe six-pack gets paid, often exposing their bodies to life-long wear and tear and the corresponding and unavoidable degradation that accompanies it.....they do get paid like kings.


In Topic: Will the NFL keep losing fans?

02 December 2016 - 09:36 PM

Football is the greatest sport ever created. College football is so exciting and amazing BECAUSE college players don't get paid. I pray that never changes.

 

Pro football was still very entertaining during my lifetime because, although the players were paid, they were (are) the best of the best among college players......and weren't so grossly overpaid, as to become panzies and divas. 

 

I have not altered my stance: Pro football should be played rough and tumble without the duplicity of game-killing penalties, just like it once was. That is what made it great. Gladiators pounding it out on the gridiron to gain that extra yard.

 

I also understand that some men won't desire to subject themselves to such a dangerous career with potential life-lasting implications. However, knowing the dangers, and getting paid like kings.....if they choose that career, let em play football.


In Topic: R. Kelley - Do You Believe He Can Fly?

02 December 2016 - 08:50 PM

 If Wash gets behind, Robs value goes kaput.

 

Not really. He is their goal line back.....and a good one. 


In Topic: Watkins projections for week 13

02 December 2016 - 08:37 PM

Absolute crap shoot