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  1. Tavon Austin. New QB, new system. Nut up or shut up.
  2. RG3 with the hand off. Gruden looks like he walked into the bathroom with a 5 day old turd sitting in the toilet.
  3. Roberts was camping out waiting for the ball while the defenders were moving in. Still a drop but that's not how we are taught. It's timing. That was a one clapper that turned into a 4 clapper.
  4. Another bad read and worse throw by RG3. I'm getting to the point to where I enjoy watching this guy fail. It's entertaining.
  5. Does RG3 ever place the ball in front of a WR?
  6. Thanks for the poor fantasy advise.
  7. Well done. Wish I'd done same but was starting Austin and didn't want to double down. You started Austin over Quick? Sorry buddy.
  8. Hey GVindy, this thing has been settled already. ******** Oh hey is anyone with good options in the least bit tiniest concerned about Kelce facing the 9ers? My gut says Al Smith in a revenge game shows Kelce is the new Vern Davis. Start him. My head tells me look at what SF just did shutting out, not even allowing a FGA to, the Philly offense, and presenting the No. 2 least FFPA defense against TEs. Sit him. Deep league, not alot of options I'm starting him. But if ASJ type guys were available I'd go that way. The exploding burrito is basically a WR like Graham splitting out. Really?Kelce proves he's matchup proof this week. No way I'd sit him for a guy like ASJ Agree with this 100%. Kelce is the type of player like a graham or gronk or JT in that he is basically uncoverble by most safeties and other defensive backs. The KC offense flowed through him last week vs NE. There's a reason why bowe had such a good day. With kelce garnering attn in the middle of the field it opens it up for the wrs. He is going to continue in his role and it's only getting more and more entrenched as the Chiefs coaching staff realizes that they are a far more explosive unit with him on the field. Smith already loves throwing to him. He's got great hands, great speed and athleticism for his size and he can flat out pulverize defenders in the open field. Match up proof. That's a really odd interpretation of the game. The offense flowed through the ground and the D sold out to stop the run. Kelce was wide open the entire game and has been all year. I'm seriously curious about his skills that make you believe he is uncoverable. Is it his numbers? Have you watched him? I've seen every snap. he's never had an ounce of attention directed at him by the opposing D. He will continue to get looks due to Smith being ultra conservative but if you believe he's some uncoverable entity you are setting yourself up for a let down. Uh, no. Strong rebuttal. Thanks for the input.
  9. Hey GVindy, this thing has been settled already. ******** Oh hey is anyone with good options in the least bit tiniest concerned about Kelce facing the 9ers? My gut says Al Smith in a revenge game shows Kelce is the new Vern Davis. Start him. My head tells me look at what SF just did shutting out, not even allowing a FGA to, the Philly offense, and presenting the No. 2 least FFPA defense against TEs. Sit him. Deep league, not alot of options I'm starting him. But if ASJ type guys were available I'd go that way. The exploding burrito is basically a WR like Graham splitting out. Really?Kelce proves he's matchup proof this week. No way I'd sit him for a guy like ASJ Agree with this 100%. Kelce is the type of player like a graham or gronk or JT in that he is basically uncoverble by most safeties and other defensive backs. The KC offense flowed through him last week vs NE. There's a reason why bowe had such a good day. With kelce garnering attn in the middle of the field it opens it up for the wrs. He is going to continue in his role and it's only getting more and more entrenched as the Chiefs coaching staff realizes that they are a far more explosive unit with him on the field. Smith already loves throwing to him. He's got great hands, great speed and athleticism for his size and he can flat out pulverize defenders in the open field. Match up proof. That's a really odd interpretation of the game. The offense flowed through the ground and the D sold out to stop the run. Kelce was wide open the entire game and has been all year. I'm seriously curious about his skills that make you believe he is uncoverable. Is it his numbers? Have you watched him? I've seen every snap. he's never had an ounce of attention directed at him by the opposing D. He will continue to get looks due to Smith being ultra conservative but if you believe he's some uncoverable entity you are setting yourself up for a let down.
  10. For 5100 you can get value out of him if he scores half of the fantasy points he has gotten.
  11. So let me get this straight. He is 3-0 and he's crying? The Eagles actually have less injuries than anyone. He implies he struggles all week and can't get started due to practice one of the week but insinuates they are ok midway through the game. Verdict = Dude was toasted all game. Blame, blame, blame.
  12. I really am popping popcorn and watching this Richardson train wreck continue to blow up. Mostly because of how smug Irsay was at the time of the trade. There is very few people in sports that I would like to punch in the ear and Jim irsay is one of them.
  13. YPC is not a great stat even when you're not talking about...4 carries. I'm glad someone checked in to weigh in on the pro-Trent side though, was getting dull in here. especially when one of those 4 carries is an 11 yd run on 3rd and 20 You mean the draw play? The same play that Brown had his 50 yard run on against the Jags earlier in the year? The single play that accounts for like 14% of Brown's rushing yards for the season? Yup that's the one. No one is saying Brown is good either. I don't think anyone could be good at RB on that team right now. What about last year? Was Trent good then?
  14. Easy mistake to make. I'm sure they had loser on their mind when starting the Richardson blurb. I still can't accept hes a complete bust, I just hope after an off-season with the coaching staff he'll breakout next yr Depends on what you mean by complete bust. He is very ordinary, but you can be totally ordinary and put up borderline RB1 numbers in the right circumstance. I don't see that ever happening for him again. I don't think the Colts or any other team will leave their running game totally in the hands of Trent Richardson. What about him is ordinary? He's terrible.
  15. That's a lot of pros/cons, but the overall feeling I get from Richardson is that there are a lot of reasons why he's not being put in a good position to succeed...yet despite that, he's not impressive anyway. He's not someone I want to go out and buy. I think it's very possible that he's a mediocre player.Not being put in a position to succeed in Cleveland too? How come every RB had a better YPC in the 1.3 years he was there? How come all of the Indy backs have a better YPC?