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8 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Marylynn Carmell  |  May 29, 2011 at 11:53 am

    My cousin recommended this blog and she was totally right keep up the fantastic work!

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  • 2. Bilbo Baggins  |  September 6, 2011 at 10:33 am

    Great website dude. How do you feel about Brown taking away receptions from Wallace? Do you think ultimately, Wallace will get over the paltry 60 receptions he got last year, or will outstanding play from Brown keep Wallace in the 60 reception territory?

    I’m a Wallace owner if you hadn’t figured that out, lol

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    • 3. NFL Football Now  |  September 8, 2011 at 8:23 am

      I think he will. Having Big Ben for an extra four games will help. Wallace will certainly be double-teamed a ton but the emergence of Brown, Sanders, signing Cotchery, and even Redman improves the talent around him. He can be a pain to own but is an elite playmaker.

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  • 4. Bilbo Baggins  |  September 15, 2011 at 11:04 am

    Thanks for the help dude. Looking forward to seeing your Starts for Week 2. I have Hillis, Benson, and Hightower. My gut says start Hightower this week as Arizonal’s rush defense is weak and he’ll want to run over the team that dropped him faster than an egg on a downhill Slip’n Slide. He’s a lock.

    But for my RB2, who should I start, Hillis or Benson? Even though Denver & Indy both suck, I’m leaning towards Benson as his OL is better and he had 120 yards last week. I mean, if Hillis can’t get at least 75 yards on Cincinatti, why do people think he’ll do so much better against the Colts? What do you think?

    By the way, you have some of the best analysis out here in FFootball. Some way some how, get your website in the limelight dude. I do a little writing for Bleacher Report. After reading your articles, I’m confident they would accept you as a writer, and you could use them as a portal to your blog here. Just an idea. Keep up the good work!

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    • 5. whoaleckna  |  September 15, 2011 at 4:08 pm

      Thank you, very kind of you to say.

      Nice problem to have. I would say that Hillis is a must. He is the spearhead of that offense and they need to get him going in order to be effective, which shouldn’t be a problem against Indy. I expect the Redskins to get whatever they want on offense versus the Cardinals and the Broncos run D wasn’t improved at all from a year ago. On Cincy’s D they have a good set of LBs and their 8 man DL rotation has gotten good reviews, pass D is their bigger issue on D.

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  • 6. Bilbo Baggins  |  September 22, 2011 at 10:01 am

    Football Now,

    Have a problem with the same player – Hillis. I don’t know what to do with him since he’s running against a much tougher run defense and his coach has repeatedly stated to get Hardesty more involved to rest Hillis.

    Ironically, I picked up Daniel Thomas who took off like a rocket against Houston’s tough run defense last week. With Bush’s groin injury, I’m tempted to play Thomas over Hillis, but the last time I did that I got burned.

    Right now starting Hillis, but can you add anything to cool my fears? I play in a total points league, so points left on the bench really, really hurt.

    Thanks

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  • 7. Bilbo Baggins  |  September 22, 2011 at 10:04 am

    PS – Fan 4 life and your site is the ace in my hand. God-willing, once I win my league this year, I’ll tell everyone about your site, lol.

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    • 8. whoaleckna  |  September 23, 2011 at 5:09 pm

      Again I would ride with Hillis. Thomas’ showed he can be the foundation back for the offense for the future, with Reggie getting some touches (he’s probable). I don’t think Houston’s run D is that strong, but still a very encouraging performance. Hillis is assured to carry the rock a ton as well as catch it, so I’d play the percentages.

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