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  1. waliguy

    MN D/ST scoring week 14?

    I'm seeing this vary from site to site...can someone source the official defensive stats? I've seem to have lost an INT (CBS Sportsline is now only showing 1 INT).
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    Is Chatman/ MIA starting or playing tonight?

    We should get a definate pre-game report. It's approaching an hour before kick-off. If Chatman is indeed starting, I'm going with him (vs. Nate Washington) at flex. If I had to choose between Chatman and Williams, and Chatman is starting, I think I'd go Chatman. Chatman:Williams my guy tells me is about 3:1 in touches. Don't you think Chatman knows that if he gimps out, he hurts his chances as an UFA the rest of the year? MNF...it's showcase time.
  3. I need to flex either Chatman or Nate Washington. Is Chatman playing tonight? Is he starting? I haven't seen that he's been deactivated...maybe I missed it. Or is it the Ricky Williams show tonight?
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    Tavarius Jackson

    MN Homer here... TJax will likely start, because Holcomb is hurt (concussion) and Bollinger, despite a respectable rally last week, will be second string. Childress wants TJax back in there (which is insanity). Nevertheless, there has GOT to be a QB on the waiver wire who'll put up better stats this week. TJax is coming off a finger injury on his throwing hand. TJax has completed about 45% of his passes this year. And the Vikes will try to run all day against a 9 man stack from San Diego. As a fan, I think Bollinger gives MN a better SLIGHTLY chance to win the game. But Childress' stubborn attitude about giving TJax time on the field probably won't allow that. Defensively I think MN keeps LT in check, but the Rivers-to-Gates and Rivers-to-Chambers stuff will be wicked. Pains me to say it...SD by 10, and the Vikes fall to 2-6.
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    Ronnie Brown Reportedly Out for the Year!

    Confirmed with CBS Sportsline: News: The Miami Herald reports that Dolphins RB Ronnie Brown is out for the season after an MRI on Monday confirmed a serious knee injury. Brown hurt his right knee in Miami's Week 7 game against the Patriots making a tackle following an interception but was able to walk off the field and into the locker room without assistance. The paper also speculates that the injury is severe enough that Brown could miss part of next year's training camp. Brown has 991 all-purpose yards and five total touchdowns on the season. Analysis: We have yet to confirm the report or find it elsewhere but consider the Herald to be a reliable source. If true, then Jesse Chatman would be in line to start at RB for the Dolphins assuming he isn't hurt (he left the Week 7 game, too). If both of them are out, then Patrick Cobbs and Lorenzo Booker would seemingly split the rushing duties. Stay tuned.
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    Vernon Davis is expected to play week seven.

    Yep, I'm starting VD this week. 1) I kept him on my roster through injury. 2) Bye week slim pickins in a 12-team league. 3) He's healthy. 3) I think he's good for 5-50 this week.
  7. waliguy

    RAMS dredging the pond

    I'd guess that Linehan is familiar with Taylor from their days at Minnesota together a few years back.
  8. Texans likely to get WR Jones, RB Green back vs. Jaguars By PFW staff Oct. 8, 2007 At his Monday press conference, Texans head coach Gary Kubiak said RB Ahman Green and WR Jacoby Jones are likely to be back in the lineup for Houston's Week Six game at Jacksonville. Green (knee) and Jones (shoulder) have missed the past two games. However, Kubiak was less optimistic about star WR Andre Johnson, who has been out the last three games with a knee injury, saying the prospect of his return in time for the key AFC South divisional game "may be a little bit of a reach." The PFW spin Green's return could spark a Texans running game that's ranked 25th in rushing and 29th in yards per rush. The Texans have remained committed to the run even with Green out of the lineup, but RBs Ron Dayne and Samkon Gado have not played up to par. The presence of Green should also help QB Matt Schaub, who has carried more of an offensive burden in the past two games. On Monday, Kubiak pledged to keep the offense balanced so as to not allow opposing defenses to tee off with the pass rush. "We're trying to keep the quarterback in one piece right now," he said. It's important to note that Kubiak wasn't criticizing the offensive line per se, but he was dismissing the idea that the Texans might become a pass-happy offense. The Texans' passing offense has fared well without Johnson, but it figures to miss him more than ever vs. a Jacksonville defense that has shut down the run the past three weeks and boasts a fine secondary led by CB Rashean Mathis, one of the better cover corners in the league. Jones' return comes just in time for the Texans' special teams, which needs a dynamic kick returner after Jerome Mathis was lost for the season. Our fantasy take Schaub deserves starting consideration in all formats, but Green might be best kept on the bench this week, given the Jaguars' recent strong play vs. the run (46.3 yards per game allowed the past three outings). Jones is likely available in most leagues, but take note of his role in the Houston offense in Week Six before making a move. ------ This is two day old news. ANY UPDATES appreciated.
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    I needed some points from Jones this week to win, and didn't get enough. Had he got a couple of receptions like he normally does, I would have won. Jones had NO receptions on MNF. Romo was zeroing in on Witten all night long...normall a few of those would have gone to Jones. As said earlier, Jones and Barber alternate series now. Barber happened to be in during the last two minutes of MNF, and caught a few on that last series. Barber is not the designated GL back. But Barber is worth more than Jones, and probably will be all year. It's just not the gap between the two players that it was last year.
  10. waliguy

    Lee Evans

    After the Bill's bye week, and hopefully Losman comes back: 10/21 BAL Nice matchup 10/28 @NYJ Nice matchup 11/04 CIN Nice matchup
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    Lee Evans Sucks

    Near as I could tell, he was targeted a TOTAL of 3 times vs. Dallas. He can't catch what's not thrown his way. When Roscoe Parrish is outperforming him, you just have to scratch your head.
  12. 19 completions by Edwards, and ONE to Evans?? I don't get it. 2 targets? He's getting his ass kicked by someone named Roscoe Parrish? Gimme something in the 4th quarter.
  13. not watching the game...is he getting targeted?