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  1. IN...offhand can't remember which leagues, but I will double check. Either way I'm in.
  2. Is there any evidence that Chip didn't get his way with personnel? I've seen a few reports from Sheil and others that he would've taken guys earlier...but we got those guys anyway, and got them later. How is that a bad thing? I'm always going to be skeptical of giving someone total control of football operations, but realistically it was a positive turn of events after the Gamble situation. I thought after Gamble was let go that Chip would have one foot out of the door heading into 2015; at least that's not the case.
  3. Looks like this thread got bumped off the first page too quickly. I can't fathom that the Broncos team spotlight wouldn't be one of the most discussed. Sure, we all expect Manning to be atop the QB rankings, but what kind of season do you foresee? Will he finish close to last year's historic numbers? How much of a haircut are you comfortable giving him this year? Is Montee Ball up to the task? Sure the opportunity is there, but will the Broncos keep him on the field if he doesn't catch the ball well or, more importantly, pass protect? What about the receiving totals? Is Julius Thomas capable of more? Will Wes Welker suffer a bit of a backstep as Cody Latimer is worked into the system? How good can Emmanuel Sanders be?
  4. 2014 Team & Player Spotlight Series One of Footballguys best assets is our message board community. The Shark Pool is, in our view, the best place on the internet to discuss, debate and analyze all things fantasy football. In what's become an annual tradition, the Player Spotlight series is a key part of the preseason efforts. We are trying something different this year. We will still publish more than 100 PLAYER SPOTLIGHT articles on the main site. But we are going to solicit discussion on them in these TEAM threads. Why the change? NFL success is contingent on the sum of a team's parts. To think that a wide receiver succeeds simply because of himself would be foolhardy. What if a team has three excellent fantasy WR options (e.g., Denver with Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders)? Is a person's enthusiasm for a given player being properly offset against lesser expectations for one of their teammates? Frankly, there was a lot of redundancy in former Spotlight threads. Asking you all to discuss the Giants new OC Ben McAdoo in threads for Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham and Rashad Jennings seems inefficient. Now, in this new format, you can factor McAdoo (or any other team change) and it's impact on ALL the relevant skill players. Thread Topic: Tennessee Titans The NEW Rules In order for this thread to provide maximum value, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines: Focus commentary on the fantasy relevant players in question, and your expectations for said playersBack up your expectations in whatever manner you deem appropriate; avoid posts that simply say "I hate him" or "He's the best"Avoid redundancies or things like "good posting" ... this should be about incremental analysis or debateWhile not a requirement, we strongly encourage you to provide your own projections for the relevant players on each team. We would note that it's important that your statistics makes sense. For example, projecting two running backs on the same team with 2,000 yards is an obvious gaffe. You might have three WR/TEs projected for 1,000+ yards, but that would be aggressive and a historical rarity. Back it up. Projections should include: For QBs: Attempts, Completions, Passing Yards, Passing TDs, Ints, Rush Attempts, Rush Yards, Rush TDsFor RBs: Rushes, Rushing Yards, Rush TDs, Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsFor WRs & TEs: Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsRecommended Players to Discuss: QB Jake LockerRB Bishop SankeyRB Shonn GreeneWR Kendall WrightWR Nate WashingtonWR Justin HunterTE Delanie WalkerEach PLAYER SPOTLIGHT article will include: Detailed viewpoint from a Footballguys staff memberLinks to thoughtful viewpoints from around the Web, including intriguing pull quotes from this threadFBG Projections
  5. 2014 Team & Player Spotlight Series One of Footballguys best assets is our message board community. The Shark Pool is, in our view, the best place on the internet to discuss, debate and analyze all things fantasy football. In what's become an annual tradition, the Player Spotlight series is a key part of the preseason efforts. We are trying something different this year. We will still publish more than 100 PLAYER SPOTLIGHT articles on the main site. But we are going to solicit discussion on them in these TEAM threads. Why the change? NFL success is contingent on the sum of a team's parts. To think that a wide receiver succeeds simply because of himself would be foolhardy. What if a team has three excellent fantasy WR options (e.g., Denver with Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders)? Is a person's enthusiasm for a given player being properly offset against lesser expectations for one of their teammates? Frankly, there was a lot of redundancy in former Spotlight threads. Asking you all to discuss the Giants new OC Ben McAdoo in threads for Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham and Rashad Jennings seems inefficient. Now, in this new format, you can factor McAdoo (or any other team change) and it's impact on ALL the relevant skill players. Thread Topic: Jacksonville Jaguars The NEW Rules In order for this thread to provide maximum value, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines: Focus commentary on the fantasy relevant players in question, and your expectations for said playersBack up your expectations in whatever manner you deem appropriate; avoid posts that simply say "I hate him" or "He's the best"Avoid redundancies or things like "good posting" ... this should be about incremental analysis or debateWhile not a requirement, we strongly encourage you to provide your own projections for the relevant players on each team. We would note that it's important that your statistics makes sense. For example, projecting two running backs on the same team with 2,000 yards is an obvious gaffe. You might have three WR/TEs projected for 1,000+ yards, but that would be aggressive and a historical rarity. Back it up. Projections should include: For QBs: Attempts, Completions, Passing Yards, Passing TDs, Ints, Rush Attempts, Rush Yards, Rush TDsFor RBs: Rushes, Rushing Yards, Rush TDs, Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsFor WRs & TEs: Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsRecommended Players to Discuss: QB Chad HenneQB Blake BortlesRB Toby GerhartRB Jordan TodmanWR Cecil ShortsWR Ace SandersWR Marqise LeeTE Marcedes LewisEach PLAYER SPOTLIGHT article will include: Detailed viewpoint from a Footballguys staff memberLinks to thoughtful viewpoints from around the Web, including intriguing pull quotes from this threadFBG Projections
  6. 2014 Team & Player Spotlight Series One of Footballguys best assets is our message board community. The Shark Pool is, in our view, the best place on the internet to discuss, debate and analyze all things fantasy football. In what's become an annual tradition, the Player Spotlight series is a key part of the preseason efforts. We are trying something different this year. We will still publish more than 100 PLAYER SPOTLIGHT articles on the main site. But we are going to solicit discussion on them in these TEAM threads. Why the change? NFL success is contingent on the sum of a team's parts. To think that a wide receiver succeeds simply because of himself would be foolhardy. What if a team has three excellent fantasy WR options (e.g., Denver with Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders)? Is a person's enthusiasm for a given player being properly offset against lesser expectations for one of their teammates? Frankly, there was a lot of redundancy in former Spotlight threads. Asking you all to discuss the Giants new OC Ben McAdoo in threads for Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham and Rashad Jennings seems inefficient. Now, in this new format, you can factor McAdoo (or any other team change) and it's impact on ALL the relevant skill players. Thread Topic: Indianapolis Colts The NEW Rules In order for this thread to provide maximum value, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines: Focus commentary on the fantasy relevant players in question, and your expectations for said playersBack up your expectations in whatever manner you deem appropriate; avoid posts that simply say "I hate him" or "He's the best"Avoid redundancies or things like "good posting" ... this should be about incremental analysis or debateWhile not a requirement, we strongly encourage you to provide your own projections for the relevant players on each team. We would note that it's important that your statistics makes sense. For example, projecting two running backs on the same team with 2,000 yards is an obvious gaffe. You might have three WR/TEs projected for 1,000+ yards, but that would be aggressive and a historical rarity. Back it up. Projections should include: For QBs: Attempts, Completions, Passing Yards, Passing TDs, Ints, Rush Attempts, Rush Yards, Rush TDsFor RBs: Rushes, Rushing Yards, Rush TDs, Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsFor WRs & TEs: Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsRecommended Players to Discuss: QB Andrew LuckRB Trent RichardsonRB Ahmad BradshawWR T.Y. HiltonWR Reggie WayneWR Hakeem NicksTE Dwayne AllenTE Coby FleenerEach PLAYER SPOTLIGHT article will include: Detailed viewpoint from a Footballguys staff memberLinks to thoughtful viewpoints from around the Web, including intriguing pull quotes from this threadFBG Projections
  7. 2014 Team & Player Spotlight Series One of Footballguys best assets is our message board community. The Shark Pool is, in our view, the best place on the internet to discuss, debate and analyze all things fantasy football. In what's become an annual tradition, the Player Spotlight series is a key part of the preseason efforts. We are trying something different this year. We will still publish more than 100 PLAYER SPOTLIGHT articles on the main site. But we are going to solicit discussion on them in these TEAM threads. Why the change? NFL success is contingent on the sum of a team's parts. To think that a wide receiver succeeds simply because of himself would be foolhardy. What if a team has three excellent fantasy WR options (e.g., Denver with Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders)? Is a person's enthusiasm for a given player being properly offset against lesser expectations for one of their teammates? Frankly, there was a lot of redundancy in former Spotlight threads. Asking you all to discuss the Giants new OC Ben McAdoo in threads for Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham and Rashad Jennings seems inefficient. Now, in this new format, you can factor McAdoo (or any other team change) and it's impact on ALL the relevant skill players. Thread Topic: Houston Texans The NEW Rules In order for this thread to provide maximum value, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines: Focus commentary on the fantasy relevant players in question, and your expectations for said playersBack up your expectations in whatever manner you deem appropriate; avoid posts that simply say "I hate him" or "He's the best"Avoid redundancies or things like "good posting" ... this should be about incremental analysis or debateWhile not a requirement, we strongly encourage you to provide your own projections for the relevant players on each team. We would note that it's important that your statistics makes sense. For example, projecting two running backs on the same team with 2,000 yards is an obvious gaffe. You might have three WR/TEs projected for 1,000+ yards, but that would be aggressive and a historical rarity. Back it up. Projections should include: For QBs: Attempts, Completions, Passing Yards, Passing TDs, Ints, Rush Attempts, Rush Yards, Rush TDsFor RBs: Rushes, Rushing Yards, Rush TDs, Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsFor WRs & TEs: Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsRecommended Players to Discuss: QB Ryan FitzpatrickQB Case KeenumRB Arian FosterRB Andre BrownWR Andre JohnsonWR DeAndre HopkinsWR Keshawn MartinTE Garrett GrahamTE Ryan GriffinEach PLAYER SPOTLIGHT article will include: Detailed viewpoint from a Footballguys staff memberLinks to thoughtful viewpoints from around the Web, including intriguing pull quotes from this threadFBG Projections
  8. 2014 Team & Player Spotlight Series One of Footballguys best assets is our message board community. The Shark Pool is, in our view, the best place on the internet to discuss, debate and analyze all things fantasy football. In what's become an annual tradition, the Player Spotlight series is a key part of the preseason efforts. We are trying something different this year. We will still publish more than 100 PLAYER SPOTLIGHT articles on the main site. But we are going to solicit discussion on them in these TEAM threads. Why the change? NFL success is contingent on the sum of a team's parts. To think that a wide receiver succeeds simply because of himself would be foolhardy. What if a team has three excellent fantasy WR options (e.g., Denver with Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders)? Is a person's enthusiasm for a given player being properly offset against lesser expectations for one of their teammates? Frankly, there was a lot of redundancy in former Spotlight threads. Asking you all to discuss the Giants new OC Ben McAdoo in threads for Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham and Rashad Jennings seems inefficient. Now, in this new format, you can factor McAdoo (or any other team change) and it's impact on ALL the relevant skill players. Thread Topic: Pittsburgh Steelers The NEW Rules In order for this thread to provide maximum value, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines: Focus commentary on the fantasy relevant players in question, and your expectations for said playersBack up your expectations in whatever manner you deem appropriate; avoid posts that simply say "I hate him" or "He's the best"Avoid redundancies or things like "good posting" ... this should be about incremental analysis or debateWhile not a requirement, we strongly encourage you to provide your own projections for the relevant players on each team. We would note that it's important that your statistics makes sense. For example, projecting two running backs on the same team with 2,000 yards is an obvious gaffe. You might have three WR/TEs projected for 1,000+ yards, but that would be aggressive and a historical rarity. Back it up. Projections should include: For QBs: Attempts, Completions, Passing Yards, Passing TDs, Ints, Rush Attempts, Rush Yards, Rush TDsFor RBs: Rushes, Rushing Yards, Rush TDs, Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsFor WRs & TEs: Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsRecommended Players to Discuss: QB Ben RoethlisbergerRB Le'Veon BellRB LeGarrette BlountWR Antonio BrownWR Markus WheatonWR Lance MooreWR Martavis BryantTE Heath MillerEach PLAYER SPOTLIGHT article will include: Detailed viewpoint from a Footballguys staff memberLinks to thoughtful viewpoints from around the Web, including intriguing pull quotes from this threadFBG Projections
  9. 2014 Team & Player Spotlight Series One of Footballguys best assets is our message board community. The Shark Pool is, in our view, the best place on the internet to discuss, debate and analyze all things fantasy football. In what's become an annual tradition, the Player Spotlight series is a key part of the preseason efforts. We are trying something different this year. We will still publish more than 100 PLAYER SPOTLIGHT articles on the main site. But we are going to solicit discussion on them in these TEAM threads. Why the change? NFL success is contingent on the sum of a team's parts. To think that a wide receiver succeeds simply because of himself would be foolhardy. What if a team has three excellent fantasy WR options (e.g., Denver with Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders)? Is a person's enthusiasm for a given player being properly offset against lesser expectations for one of their teammates? Frankly, there was a lot of redundancy in former Spotlight threads. Asking you all to discuss the Giants new OC Ben McAdoo in threads for Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham and Rashad Jennings seems inefficient. Now, in this new format, you can factor McAdoo (or any other team change) and it's impact on ALL the relevant skill players. Thread Topic: Cleveland Browns The NEW Rules In order for this thread to provide maximum value, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines: Focus commentary on the fantasy relevant players in question, and your expectations for said playersBack up your expectations in whatever manner you deem appropriate; avoid posts that simply say "I hate him" or "He's the best"Avoid redundancies or things like "good posting" ... this should be about incremental analysis or debateWhile not a requirement, we strongly encourage you to provide your own projections for the relevant players on each team. We would note that it's important that your statistics makes sense. For example, projecting two running backs on the same team with 2,000 yards is an obvious gaffe. You might have three WR/TEs projected for 1,000+ yards, but that would be aggressive and a historical rarity. Back it up. Projections should include: For QBs: Attempts, Completions, Passing Yards, Passing TDs, Ints, Rush Attempts, Rush Yards, Rush TDsFor RBs: Rushes, Rushing Yards, Rush TDs, Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsFor WRs & TEs: Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsRecommended Players to Discuss: QB Johnny ManzielQB Brian HoyerRB Ben TateRB Terrance WestWR Josh GordonWR Miles AustinWR Andrew HawkinsWR Nate BurlesonTE Jordan CameronEach PLAYER SPOTLIGHT article will include: Detailed viewpoint from a Footballguys staff memberLinks to thoughtful viewpoints from around the Web, including intriguing pull quotes from this threadFBG Projections
  10. 2014 Team & Player Spotlight Series One of Footballguys best assets is our message board community. The Shark Pool is, in our view, the best place on the internet to discuss, debate and analyze all things fantasy football. In what's become an annual tradition, the Player Spotlight series is a key part of the preseason efforts. We are trying something different this year. We will still publish more than 100 PLAYER SPOTLIGHT articles on the main site. But we are going to solicit discussion on them in these TEAM threads. Why the change? NFL success is contingent on the sum of a team's parts. To think that a wide receiver succeeds simply because of himself would be foolhardy. What if a team has three excellent fantasy WR options (e.g., Denver with Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders)? Is a person's enthusiasm for a given player being properly offset against lesser expectations for one of their teammates? Frankly, there was a lot of redundancy in former Spotlight threads. Asking you all to discuss the Giants new OC Ben McAdoo in threads for Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham and Rashad Jennings seems inefficient. Now, in this new format, you can factor McAdoo (or any other team change) and it's impact on ALL the relevant skill players. Thread Topic: Cincinnati Bengals The NEW Rules In order for this thread to provide maximum value, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines: Focus commentary on the fantasy relevant players in question, and your expectations for said playersBack up your expectations in whatever manner you deem appropriate; avoid posts that simply say "I hate him" or "He's the best"Avoid redundancies or things like "good posting" ... this should be about incremental analysis or debateWhile not a requirement, we strongly encourage you to provide your own projections for the relevant players on each team. We would note that it's important that your statistics makes sense. For example, projecting two running backs on the same team with 2,000 yards is an obvious gaffe. You might have three WR/TEs projected for 1,000+ yards, but that would be aggressive and a historical rarity. Back it up. Projections should include: For QBs: Attempts, Completions, Passing Yards, Passing TDs, Ints, Rush Attempts, Rush Yards, Rush TDsFor RBs: Rushes, Rushing Yards, Rush TDs, Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsFor WRs & TEs: Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsRecommended Players to Discuss: QB Andy DaltonRB Giovani BernardRB BenJarvus Green-EllisRB Jeremy HillWR A.J. GreenWR Marvin JonesTE Jermaine GreshamTE Tyler EifertEach PLAYER SPOTLIGHT article will include: Detailed viewpoint from a Footballguys staff memberLinks to thoughtful viewpoints from around the Web, including intriguing pull quotes from this threadFBG Projections
  11. 2014 Team & Player Spotlight Series One of Footballguys best assets is our message board community. The Shark Pool is, in our view, the best place on the internet to discuss, debate and analyze all things fantasy football. In what's become an annual tradition, the Player Spotlight series is a key part of the preseason efforts. We are trying something different this year. We will still publish more than 100 PLAYER SPOTLIGHT articles on the main site. But we are going to solicit discussion on them in these TEAM threads. Why the change? NFL success is contingent on the sum of a team's parts. To think that a wide receiver succeeds simply because of himself would be foolhardy. What if a team has three excellent fantasy WR options (e.g., Denver with Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders)? Is a person's enthusiasm for a given player being properly offset against lesser expectations for one of their teammates? Frankly, there was a lot of redundancy in former Spotlight threads. Asking you all to discuss the Giants new OC Ben McAdoo in threads for Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham and Rashad Jennings seems inefficient. Now, in this new format, you can factor McAdoo (or any other team change) and it's impact on ALL the relevant skill players. Thread Topic: Baltimore Ravens The NEW Rules In order for this thread to provide maximum value, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines: Focus commentary on the fantasy relevant players in question, and your expectations for said playersBack up your expectations in whatever manner you deem appropriate; avoid posts that simply say "I hate him" or "He's the best"Avoid redundancies or things like "good posting" ... this should be about incremental analysis or debateWhile not a requirement, we strongly encourage you to provide your own projections for the relevant players on each team. We would note that it's important that your statistics makes sense. For example, projecting two running backs on the same team with 2,000 yards is an obvious gaffe. You might have three WR/TEs projected for 1,000+ yards, but that would be aggressive and a historical rarity. Back it up. Projections should include: For QBs: Attempts, Completions, Passing Yards, Passing TDs, Ints, Rush Attempts, Rush Yards, Rush TDsFor RBs: Rushes, Rushing Yards, Rush TDs, Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsFor WRs & TEs: Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsRecommended Players to Discuss: QB Joe FlaccoRB Ray RiceRB Bernard PierceWR Torrey SmithWR Steve SmithWR Marlon BrownTE Dennis PittaTE Owen DanielsEach PLAYER SPOTLIGHT article will include: Detailed viewpoint from a Footballguys staff memberLinks to thoughtful viewpoints from around the Web, including intriguing pull quotes from this threadFBG Projections
  12. 2014 Team & Player Spotlight Series One of Footballguys best assets is our message board community. The Shark Pool is, in our view, the best place on the internet to discuss, debate and analyze all things fantasy football. In what's become an annual tradition, the Player Spotlight series is a key part of the preseason efforts. We are trying something different this year. We will still publish more than 100 PLAYER SPOTLIGHT articles on the main site. But we are going to solicit discussion on them in these TEAM threads. Why the change? NFL success is contingent on the sum of a team's parts. To think that a wide receiver succeeds simply because of himself would be foolhardy. What if a team has three excellent fantasy WR options (e.g., Denver with Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders)? Is a person's enthusiasm for a given player being properly offset against lesser expectations for one of their teammates? Frankly, there was a lot of redundancy in former Spotlight threads. Asking you all to discuss the Giants new OC Ben McAdoo in threads for Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham and Rashad Jennings seems inefficient. Now, in this new format, you can factor McAdoo (or any other team change) and it's impact on ALL the relevant skill players. Thread Topic: San Diego Chargers The NEW Rules In order for this thread to provide maximum value, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines: Focus commentary on the fantasy relevant players in question, and your expectations for said playersBack up your expectations in whatever manner you deem appropriate; avoid posts that simply say "I hate him" or "He's the best"Avoid redundancies or things like "good posting" ... this should be about incremental analysis or debateWhile not a requirement, we strongly encourage you to provide your own projections for the relevant players on each team. We would note that it's important that your statistics makes sense. For example, projecting two running backs on the same team with 2,000 yards is an obvious gaffe. You might have three WR/TEs projected for 1,000+ yards, but that would be aggressive and a historical rarity. Back it up. Projections should include: For QBs: Attempts, Completions, Passing Yards, Passing TDs, Ints, Rush Attempts, Rush Yards, Rush TDsFor RBs: Rushes, Rushing Yards, Rush TDs, Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsFor WRs & TEs: Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsRecommended Players to Discuss: QB Philip RiversRB Ryan MathewsRB Donald BrownRB Danny WoodheadWR Keenan AllenWR Vincent BrownWR Eddie RoyalTE Antonio GatesTE Ladarius GreenEach PLAYER SPOTLIGHT article will include: Detailed viewpoint from a Footballguys staff memberLinks to thoughtful viewpoints from around the Web, including intriguing pull quotes from this threadFBG Projections
  13. 2014 Team & Player Spotlight Series One of Footballguys best assets is our message board community. The Shark Pool is, in our view, the best place on the internet to discuss, debate and analyze all things fantasy football. In what's become an annual tradition, the Player Spotlight series is a key part of the preseason efforts. We are trying something different this year. We will still publish more than 100 PLAYER SPOTLIGHT articles on the main site. But we are going to solicit discussion on them in these TEAM threads. Why the change? NFL success is contingent on the sum of a team's parts. To think that a wide receiver succeeds simply because of himself would be foolhardy. What if a team has three excellent fantasy WR options (e.g., Denver with Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders)? Is a person's enthusiasm for a given player being properly offset against lesser expectations for one of their teammates? Frankly, there was a lot of redundancy in former Spotlight threads. Asking you all to discuss the Giants new OC Ben McAdoo in threads for Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham and Rashad Jennings seems inefficient. Now, in this new format, you can factor McAdoo (or any other team change) and it's impact on ALL the relevant skill players. Thread Topic: Oakland Raiders The NEW Rules In order for this thread to provide maximum value, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines: Focus commentary on the fantasy relevant players in question, and your expectations for said playersBack up your expectations in whatever manner you deem appropriate; avoid posts that simply say "I hate him" or "He's the best"Avoid redundancies or things like "good posting" ... this should be about incremental analysis or debateWhile not a requirement, we strongly encourage you to provide your own projections for the relevant players on each team. We would note that it's important that your statistics makes sense. For example, projecting two running backs on the same team with 2,000 yards is an obvious gaffe. You might have three WR/TEs projected for 1,000+ yards, but that would be aggressive and a historical rarity. Back it up. Projections should include: For QBs: Attempts, Completions, Passing Yards, Passing TDs, Ints, Rush Attempts, Rush Yards, Rush TDsFor RBs: Rushes, Rushing Yards, Rush TDs, Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsFor WRs & TEs: Receptions, Receiving Yards, Receiving TDsRecommended Players to Discuss: QB Matt SchaubQB Derek CarrRB Maurice Jones-DrewRB Darren McFaddenWR Rod StreaterWR James JonesWR Denarius MooreTE Mychal RiveraEach PLAYER SPOTLIGHT article will include: Detailed viewpoint from a Footballguys staff memberLinks to thoughtful viewpoints from around the Web, including intriguing pull quotes from this threadFBG Projections