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Week 10: Jokes of the Week

The Detroit Lions – The Detroit Lions (4-5) get swept by the Minnesota Vikings (6-4) in the NFC North with out Percy Harvin in the lineup and with out a “fully healthy” Adrian Peterson (ACL,PCL tears). Somehow, Adrian Peterson is on pace to have to have the best season of his career this season while leading the league in rushing with 1,128 yards. It’s funny, the Minnesota Vikings were projected to be in last place in the NFC North by many heading into 2012 but the Lions are instead. I wonder what… Read more Week 10: Jokes of the Week

Ravens vs. Raiders Week 10: What’s Your Deficiency

The 6-2 Baltimore Ravens  look forward to getting back on track this week as they face a speedy 3-5 Oakland Raiders team at home. The Raiders are still trying to put it all together with veteran quarterback Carson Palmer behind center while Joe Flacco is trying to take on more responsibility helping his teams’ defensive woes. Throw it out the window: Carson Palmer is 9-4 playing the Baltimore Ravens in his career and Joe Flacco’s quarterback rating at home this season is an excellent 114.2 Keep it in house: According to profootballfocus.com, Palmer’s quarterback rating on the… Read more Ravens vs. Raiders Week 10: What’s Your Deficiency

Ravens vs. Cowboys Week 6: Where’s Your Anchor

Media Noise: The news is out on Ray Lewis’s recent struggles in Kansas City against the run last week as he was knocked around all game and looked light years away from his former pro-bowl self but he did drop 30 pounds in the off-season so what do you expect out of him when he faces superior run first teams? Entering his 17th season, he still has a nose for the ball and the Ravens still came out with the win. Despite Ray’s poor performance, Ravens outside linebacker Paul Kruger stepped up big  for a… Read more Ravens vs. Cowboys Week 6: Where’s Your Anchor

The Right Pair of Sneaks: Week 6

Jared Cook – I feel like I should be a scout, honestly. I have been saying it for way too long, and every time it seems like the right time to sit Cook, the Titans open their eyes up and start featuring him. Forget the touchdown he had in garbage time last week against the Vikings, in week 3 he only saw 20 snaps on the field, and in week 4 he only saw 25 snaps on the field. Are you kidding me!!?  Heading into week 6, the Titans coaching staff… Read more The Right Pair of Sneaks: Week 6

Get ‘Em in There Week 6

     Week 6 provides more challenging decisions as Chicago, Carolina, New Orleans and Jacksonville all head into their bye weeks. Drew Brees, Cam Newton, Matt Forte and Brandon Marshall are just a few big names owners will lack as we head one-third of the way into the season.       Lets get right into it with QB’s, Andrew Luck had an outstanding game last week bringing the Colts back from 3 scores at home against the Packers.  I made a preseason prediction that Luck would have better fantasy numbers than Philip Rivers. This is not… Read more Get ‘Em in There Week 6

Ravens Fight to Lose in Week 5

The (1-3) Kansas City Chiefs host the (3-1) Baltimore Ravens @ home in Arrow Head Stadium this weekend but way too many people are assuming this is going to be a walk in the park for the high flying Ravens as the Chiefs try to find their identity. Ray Lewis never overlooks an upcoming opponent which is great but he knows his defense is having problems generating a solid pass rush and is also having difficulties in pass coverage (24th overall)! There is no guarantee that Terrell Suggs will come back… Read more Ravens Fight to Lose in Week 5

Get ‘Em in There Week 5

In week 5, the NFL schedule will exclude four teams this week with Dallas, Detroit, Tampa and Oakland all on byes.  Some pretty big name players will be out of lineups for fantasy owners who will now have to dig into their benches to fill out their rosters this week.   No worries though, we’re going to go through a few players who are playing this week that may not have been in your lineups the past few weeks. Lets start with RB’s and Ahmad Bradshaw for the Giants who get… Read more Get ‘Em in There Week 5

What Have You Done: Player Analysis Week 4

I told you Michael Turner Burner wasn’t done yet!! I also told you he was a better running back to have than DeMarco Murray heading into this season when everyone ranked Murray a round higher than then the touchdown vulturing machine (1 td every 18-22 touches in career average)!!! I don’t know if Turner went to AA meetings for his recent DUI to fix his latest game day struggles this season, but his 13 rushing attempts for 103 yards was a way of showing the world he is back and that… Read more What Have You Done: Player Analysis Week 4