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  1. I took Kelce in the 7th round of a 5-player keeper league with Witten as my TE1. If Kelce blows up I can probably trade Witten to one of three owners who could use the upgrade...as long as Witten plays up to his usual standards.
  2. Might have to bench TRich for Moreno this week? TRich will still be the focal point of the offense and having Gordon back will hopefully keep the D from loading the box with 8 man fronts. But, I'm still hesitant about starting him.
  3. As a TRich owner, this would be a pretty nice move.
  4. Starting him without any hesitation this week. Give him the same amount of targets as last week and instead of 4-62-1, I think you should see 7-100-1. Big difference in a PPR.
  5. I'm going with Rice over Britt this week. I decided to see what he does tonight before I start him with confidence.
  6. Still deciding to play Britt over either Sidney Rice or DHB...PPR My only hesitation is Britt hasn't really shown anything and its a short week. I grabbed Britt in the 3rd round of a 5 player keeper league. The guy who pick before me took Reggie Wayne...I was not a happy camper.
  7. This food talk is making me want a Mickey bar.
  8. Just be careful that the Standby wait times are not always accurate. One morning we got to Hollywood Studios about a 1/2 hour after opening. The Toy Story Mania fastpass distribution time was already in the afternoon. Rockin' Roller Coaster was 11am. So we decided to fastpass Rockin' and wait in line for Toy Story Mania. Sign said 50 minute wait time. We were in line 12 minutes. That early, they weren't drawing anyone from the Fastpass line so the Standby line was steady moving. p.s. Toy Story Mania is a pretty awesome line & que to be stuck in . I agree with Team. We got stuck in that line for an hour and then they had to shut the ride down for technical reasons. But the entire time in line was very entertaining. The old games and other designs made it fun for us to tell my daughter about some games/toys she didn't no about, or quite remember.
  9. Havlat's stay in Chicago was very up and down. They guy seemed to always be hurt. I'd love for him to stick around, but not for the money he's going to want.
  10. I agree with Team about Tony's. We usually go to Pecos Bill's, grab a hot dog at Casey's, or eat at the Plaza restaurant when at MK.
  11. Sounds like you did it right to me? If you are not going to be park hopping at WDW, then your saving by not getting the park hopping option. With the minivan rental, is that the straight price for the week, or is that with a discount? If it's the straight price, I'd look for coupons and look at other rental places which might be offering other less expensive options.I didn't do the Parkhopper. I figure since were there for 9 days and with a 5 day ticket we wouldn't need to bother with 2 parks/day. The minivan was quite a discount using my Amex card and a code from Mousesavers. Without the code the cheapest I could find was near a Grand for 9 days.My parents and sisters family are staying at the Disney Beach Club, which has caused quite a riff, but I just couldn't justify the expense.Beach Club is a fantastic resort, but pricey. If you don't intend on staying around the resort, then doing things the way you have them planned is the right way to go. Mousesavers is the best.
  12. Sounds like you did it right to me? If you are not going to be park hopping at WDW, then your saving by not getting the park hopping option. With the minivan rental, is that the straight price for the week, or is that with a discount? If it's the straight price, I'd look for coupons and look at other rental places which might be offering other less expensive options.
  13. Thinking of picking up the PassPorter's book this weekend. Already have the 2009 edition of the Unofficial Guide to WDW. Been receiving some documents from Disney concerning our trip. One was the DVD about the parks and hotels, etc. The other was a reminder mailing about our resort and the amenities we will have while there. March 20th can't come soon enough. Though it's only been in the 50's in the Orlando area the past few days. Still anything over 32 degrees is fine with me this time of year.
  14. Got a great WDW vacation package on Christmas day. First, my wife surfing the net for airfare and found one through American Airlines for $120 round trip from O'Hare during our daughter's spring break. It was one of those non-refundable economy super saver tickets. I was hesitant about booking the air as non-refundable. So we called WDW and talked to the CSR about hotel and perhaps booking the air as well. We got the Magic Your Way deal (4 nights and 3 for free), staying at POFQ with tix (plus hopper) and air for only $1700 (w/cancellation insurance). When I asked about the flight to and from Orlando the times were the same as the AA flight my wife found in the morning. I asked about the chance we need to cancel, would the airfare also be refunded. As long as you get their cancellation insurance, you get everything refunded (except for the insurance). So, we are booked for the last week in March and I feel like I just stole money from the cookie jar with this type of price during spring break.