Sunday, November 22, 2009


Unfortunately, with a full time job...a new baby...and a wife I haven't been able to put blogging into the schedule...hopefully when my son is a bit older I will be able to update the blog...till then, good luck :)

Tuesday, November 3, 2009


Please note: I'll list players who are 50% or less owned.

Alex Smith QB-49ERS:
He has been quiet good since taking over for Shaun Hill, and should be a must add this week against the Titans, who are the league's worst pass defense. I think him and Michael Crabtree are good plays this week, and should both be added.

Jeremy Maclin WR-EAGLES: He had a decent game last week, catching 4 passes for 47 yards and a TD. I like this week's matchup against an overrated Cowboys defense, in a game that should be a shootout. He's a good WR3 or flex play for this week.

Laurence Maroney RB-PATRIOTS: Fred Taylor and Sammy Morris are still out, which means Maroney will get the lion's share of the carries for another week.

Ryan Moats RB -TEXANS: With "Fumbles Slaton" finally getting benched, Moats took full advantage and ran for 126 yards and 3 TD's [granted, against a weak run defense] . The Texans will likely give him more chances to take over for the inconsistent Slaton, and he should be added in most leagues (or if you need a rb or bye week fill in)

Jamaal Charles RB-CHIEFS:
Larry Johnson has been suspended for at least this week, which means Charles finally gets his shot. He has been pretty good in limited action this year, but with Johnson on the decline, and the Chiefs at 1-6, he will get every opportunity to win this job outright.

Fred Davis TE-REDSKINS: Chris Cooley is out for at least the next 4 weeks, and Davis took full advantage by catching 8 passes for 78 yards and a TD. If you need a bye week fill in, this is probably the best free agent tight end out there.

Have any other players in mind? feel free to post your questions/comments below:

Sunday, November 1, 2009


Hey folks....sorry for being lax the past couple day's...but my ultimate wife had the ultimate baby on friday night...He's a healthy 7.5 pounds and he is slated to be the Green Bay Packers Left Tackle in 2030. :)

Thursday, October 29, 2009


Aaron Rodgers QB-VIKINGS: This pick may surprise alot, especially after he was thrown around like a ragdoll in week 4 against the Vikings, but he did also throw for 384 yards and 2 TD's.
LT Chad Clifton is back to protect Rodgers against Jared Allen ( who had 4.5 sacks in that game). Another footnote from last week's game against the Browns, is that the Packers didn't allow any sacks, which is hopefully a step in the right direction. Vikings CB Antoine Winfield will sit out another game, further hindering the Vikings secondary. I think Rodgers gets over 300 yards with 2 or 3 scores, and more importantly the Win.

David Garrard QB -JAGUARS: He should be well rested after the bye... not that he will need it against the Titans awful secondary. He burned them for 323 yards and 3 TD's the last time they played, and it should be more of the same this week.

Miles Austin WR- COWBOYS: He's clearly the man in Dallas, having had 421 yards receiving with 4 Td's in the past 2 weeks...will he continue to average 200 yards a game? not likely...but 120 yards and a score look certain. [ the 8% in who's leagues this guy is not owned...GRAB HIM]

Mike Sims-Walker WR-JAGUARS: Another good matchup for Sims-Walker, who should have no trouble beating the Titans...Torry Holt is also a pretty decent start as a flex play.

Steven Jackson RB-RAMS: He has yet to find the endzone this year...but that should change against the Lions. He is basically the only talent on offense for the Rams, who will have to utilize him more frequently...I think he goes for 150 total yards and a score.

Thomas Jones RB-JETS: With Leon Washington out for the year, Jones becomes a must start for the run heavy Jets. He has 331 rushing yards the past 2 weeks, and should have a good game against Miami.

LaDainian Tomlinson RB-CHARGERS: You have to love his matchup against the Raiders, who have allowed the second most points to running backs. He has lost a step, and doesn't run with the same authority he used to...but against the Raiders, that doesn't really matter.

San Diego Chargers defense: The latest team lucky enough to play the Raiders. JaMarcus Russell still can't throw...Darius Heyward-Bey still cant catch, and Darren Mcfadden is still injured....enjoy


Matt Ryan QB-FALCONS: He's facing a defense that has 13 interceptions in 6 games, so if you have another choice, this may be the week to sit him.

Greg Jennings WR-PACKERS: The Packers have Problems at the O-line, which means Aaron Rodgers doesn't have enough time to air it out to Jennings, and this is especially true against a team like Minnesota, who will be pressuring Rodgers all day. I think he has a similar line to his previous game against the Vikings, which was 3 catches for 31 yards.

Michael Crabtree WR-49ERS: Had a nice debut, and should benefit from Alex Smith becoming the starting qb...but not this week against a fearsome Colts secondary, bolstered by the return of All Pro Bob Sanders.

Roy Williams WR-COWBOYS: Miles Austin didn't just beat opposing secondary's....he also beat Williams out on the depth chart. He only has a combined `12 points in the last 4 weeks, and that trend will continue.

Joseph Addai RB-COLTS: He has been very disappointing, and hasn't gotten over 70 yards in a game the whole year. That probably wont change against the 49er's.

Ryan Grant RB-PACKERS: The Vikings are 10th against the run, but have a very beatable secondary, so the Packers will likely look to pass. The last time these 2 teams met, Grant had only 11 carries for 51 yards. I think he has a better game then that, but if you have a better option, you should sit Grant this week.

There are 6 team's on bye's this week, so you may have to use these guys...just dont expect too much.

Sunday, October 25, 2009


[Note: I'll list players that are 50% or less owned in standard leagues]
6 more teams are on bye's this week, so here are some add's to get you through the week:

Mike Wallace WR- STEELERS:
He happens to be one of the players with a bye this week, but he's a good add for coming weeks. If you need a Wr down the road and have an extra roster space, he's a decent add. He's the Steelers #3 and Roethlisberger is starting to look for him more. He's a good wr3 in 12 team leagues or flex play.

Jake Delhomme QB- PANTHERS: He's not pretty...but if you're in a qb bind, then maybe roll out FAKE JAKE one more time. He's facing the Cardinals, who are very user friendly against the pass. He did have a somewhat decent game (for Delhomme standards) against the Bills, throwing for 325 yards with 3 INT's. He's always a risk, but he may be worth a "hail mary" this week with 6 teams on bye's.

Shonn Greene RB-JETS: Leon Washington is presumably out for the year, which makes Shonn Greene this weeks HOT ADD. He had 144 rushing yards with 2 TD's against Buffalo. He will get more exposure now that Washington is out, and is a must add if you need a rb.

Mohamed Massaqoui WR- BROWNS: He has alot of talent, but not a good QB. Against Green Bay, he was limited to 1 catch for 22 yards by All pro's Al Harris and Charles Woodson. The good thing I saw in that game though was that he was targeted twice when the Browns were in the redzone, including on 4th down so he's becoming a big part of this offense.

Mike Bell RB-SAINTS: If you desperately need a rb, he could be a good plug n' play this week.

Lance Moore WR- SAINTS: One of Brees's favorite targets, the now healthy WR should have good numbers in this pass first offense. I especially like him in weeks 9-11, when he will be facing Carolina, St Louis and Tampa Bay respectively.

Alex Smith QB- 49ERS: He's the newly anointed starter after leading a furious rally last week against Houston. He passed for 3 TD's and looked fantastic. He has some nice weapons to work with, and if you need a QB, I think he's worth a gamble.

Michael Crabtree WR- 49ERS: The rookie performed admirably in his first game, catching 5 catches for 56 yards. New QB Alex Smith has a stronger arm then the demoted Shaun Hill, further adding to Crabtree's value.

James Jones WR-PACKERS: If you are in a deep league, take a shot at the 2% owned Jones. WR Jordy Nelson is out for the next 3 weeks, which makes Jones the Packers #3 for the time being. He's had TD's the past 2 weeks, and look for that to continue with Nelson out and Jennings underperforming.

Sam Aiken WR- PATRIOTS: He had 2 catches for 66 yards and a TD. Julian Edelman is injured, and Joey Galloway was released, which makes the 2% owned Aiken a good add in deep leagues.

Jamaal Charles RB-CHIEFS: He's on a bye this week, but its just a matter of time till the 1-6 Chiefs give him the starters job with Larry Johnson stinking it up to the tune of 2.7 yards per carry. They need an offensive spark, and need to see if Charles can be relied upon for next season.

Arizona Cardinals defense: This defense is atrocious against the pass, but very good against the run...which makes this week's matchup PERFECT! as the Panthers only viable offensive threats is their running back tandem of DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart, who may have a hard time establishing a running game. If you need a plug n play defense this week, try the Cards.

Have any other players in mind? Questions? feel free to comment and I'll answer.

Thursday, October 22, 2009


Eli Manning QB- GIANTS: The Giants are playing the worst pass defense, who also happen to be one of the best run defense's, so logic is they will pass alot in this game, which should bode well for Manning, after a disappointing week 6. This game could be a shootout, with 2 very high powered offense's, so start Eli with confidence.

Miles Austin WR- COWBOYS: Tony Romo's new favorite target should see alot of passes come his way against Atlanta's hurt secondary . He has surpassed Roy Williams and Patrick Crayton in the depth chart, and should be a great WR3 or flex play. If by some miracle [or stupidity] he's still available in your league, grab him.

Austin Collie WR- COLTS: He has looked really good as Manning's slot reciever, and with Anthony Gonzalez still nursing an injury, he should have plenty of touches against St Louis. I also like Pierre Garcon in this matchup, which should see Manning get his 6th straight 300 yard game.

Thomas Jones RB- JETS: The Raiders are allowing alot of rushing TD's...and Jones gets all the goal line carries, so he will probably get a score or two.

Laurence Maroney RB- PATRIOTS: He has a good matchup against the Bucs, and with Taylor and Morris hurt, it's his show for now.

Larry Johnson RB- CHIEFS: I don't like him, but love his matchup against the Chargers, who have allowed the second most fantasy points to RB's. In a week with 6 teams on bye's, I think he's a good gamble this week.

Jermichael Finley TE-PACKERS: Different week, same name. A big, physical tight end with good hands and a great matchup...what's not to love?

New York Jets defense: You gotta love any team that plays the Raiders. Even though they have lost 3 straight, it hasn't been the defense's fault. This is the same defense that limited New England to 9 points in week 2.

Have any start ' em/sit 'em questions? post your question below