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Perfect Season?

Posted by zewkey on October 4, 2007

After week 4 there are still 4 unbeaten teams left in the NFL.  The Oddsmaker’s think that it’s nearly impossible for any of the 4 to finish the season undefeated.  But what about a perfect season in Fantasyland?  What kind of roster do you need to run the table this year?

QB would have to be Peyton.  Romo is unpredictable and probably has a terrible game or two on the schedule.

RBs- with no one setting the world on fire a consistent couple would be great, but I got a hunch LJ needs to be one of the two.

WRs- Reggie Wayne, TO  or Moss

TE- Witten

Kicker- Hansen should gets tons of points with that offense

Def- Jacksonville over Hester, he’s so good that no one will kick to him for the rest of the year

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Week 4 Fantasy Football Sleeper Outlook

Posted by zewkey on September 28, 2007

Brian Griese- Takes over for Grossman this week, but he’s not a good option to start unless you’re desperate.  The Bears running game is terrible and that’s the foundation of the Bear’s offense.  The Lions will put up some resistance at home, Detroit is 11-9 SU at home.

Steve McNair- McNair will be back in the lineup this week against a Cleveland defense that’s been terrible against the pass.  McNair should find lots of opportunity to make big plays in the passing attack.  Don’t be surprised if the Ravens start becoming a passing team from this week on.

Chad Pennington-  Good for at least one TD per week.  Both teams have crappy defenses, so Pennington should be airing it out for 4 quarters.  He should have a big game, especially if you think the Jets are a playoff contender-they must get a win here.

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Week 4 Waiver Wire QBs

Posted by zewkey on September 26, 2007

The season is starting to take shape now and we’re seeing the direction most of the teams are headed.

Kurt Warner- If you have an extra spot that you can sit on for a while, Warner is a great gamble. If he ends up as a starter in Ariz he will put up great numbers and deliver plenty of fantasy glory. Especially useful if you’re somehow stuck with Leinart.

Trent Green- He’s been good in the past and he’s hardly done yet. He will only get better as he adjusts to his new team and offensive system. He should get you avg points every week and he’s capable of going-off occassionally.

Here’s a few lines about some of the fantasy busts so far this year.

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