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Mushin- huge game ahead (1 Viewer)

ltaylor

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Without giving away to much info let's just say that Mushin is within the top 10 WRs this week in Bloom's sheet. Needless to say , I happen to agree. People seem to be writing off Mushin somewhat since it seems like many people that drafted him just for the first two weeks didnt get the 200 yards and 2 TDs they were dreaming about. THey are feeling somewhat letdown because there expectations were unrealistic. Hello, Mushin got 15 targets last week!

This week he lines up against an average pass D against his former team, He will be motivated will get a ton of looks. Rosario is knicked up and Mushin and Delhomme have shaken off the cobwebs. With many WRs potentially playing in high winds and heavy rain tomorow, Mushin is a sneaky start over the likes of Ward, Holmes, Housh, Ocho Cinco, and (depending on how severe the weather forecatst looks) even B. Edwards! :lmao:

8 rec- 103 yds- TD

 
There's nothing wrong with Hackett; He is in for solid game as well. I just don' think he and Delhomme have quite the chemistry. I still think Hackett is a nice PPR start for a flex spot and is good for 5 -75.

 
Without giving away to much info let's just say that Mushin is within the top 10 WRs this week in Bloom's sheet. Needless to say , I happen to agree. People seem to be writing off Mushin somewhat since it seems like many people that drafted him just for the first two weeks didnt get the 200 yards and 2 TDs they were dreaming about. THey are feeling somewhat letdown because there expectations were unrealistic. Hello, Mushin got 15 targets last week!This week he lines up against an average pass D against his former team, He will be motivated will get a ton of looks. Rosario is knicked up and Mushin and Delhomme have shaken off the cobwebs. With many WRs potentially playing in high winds and heavy rain tomorow, Mushin is a sneaky start over the likes of Ward, Holmes, Housh, Ocho Cinco, and (depending on how severe the weather forecatst looks) even B. Edwards! :confused: 8 rec- 103 yds- TD
Um.....15 targets.....6 catches.....56 yards. poor. If thats all you get with that many looks-game over. Go ahead and look at recievers thats get looks and gets results with them. The ho hum players are less productive, even when given the targets.,a nd now the TE is hurt, no Steve Smith.........those are poor indicators. I have no convidince in muhommed. I woulnt do it over ward or holmes, Housh or stinko
 
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Without giving away to much info let's just say that Mushin is within the top 10 WRs this week in Bloom's sheet. Needless to say , I happen to agree. People seem to be writing off Mushin somewhat since it seems like many people that drafted him just for the first two weeks didnt get the 200 yards and 2 TDs they were dreaming about. THey are feeling somewhat letdown because there expectations were unrealistic. Hello, Mushin got 15 targets last week!This week he lines up against an average pass D against his former team, He will be motivated will get a ton of looks. Rosario is knicked up and Mushin and Delhomme have shaken off the cobwebs. With many WRs potentially playing in high winds and heavy rain tomorow, Mushin is a sneaky start over the likes of Ward, Holmes, Housh, Ocho Cinco, and (depending on how severe the weather forecatst looks) even B. Edwards! :popcorn: 8 rec- 103 yds- TD
Um.....15 targets.....6 catches.....56 yards. poor. If thats all you get with that many looks-game over. Go ahead and look at recievers thats get looks and gets results with them. The ho hum players are less productive, even when given the targets.,a nd now the TE is hurt, no Steve Smith.........those are poor indicators. I have no convidince in muhommed. I woulnt do it over ward or holmes, Housh or stinko
:confused: I mixed up my own flavor of the Mush koolaid last week @ WR3 / flex, and while he got some endzone looks, I think he's toast. Maybe a decent flex/WR4 option on occasion since there's not much left in CAR. Watching the game, Mush dropped a few and can't seem to separate at all. The targets seem like he's got upside - and maybe he will WHEN Smith comes back to take away the attention. Now, w/ D's focused on him (not that they really need to at this stage of his career), they're just taking him out. CHI should take away much of the running game, but still manage to get enough pressure on Jake to handle the passing game. Dropped him for Patten this week.
 
Without giving away to much info let's just say that Mushin is within the top 10 WRs this week in Bloom's sheet. Needless to say , I happen to agree. People seem to be writing off Mushin somewhat since it seems like many people that drafted him just for the first two weeks didnt get the 200 yards and 2 TDs they were dreaming about. THey are feeling somewhat letdown because there expectations were unrealistic. Hello, Mushin got 15 targets last week!

This week he lines up against an average pass D against his former team, He will be motivated will get a ton of looks. Rosario is knicked up and Mushin and Delhomme have shaken off the cobwebs. With many WRs potentially playing in high winds and heavy rain tomorow, Mushin is a sneaky start over the likes of Ward, Holmes, Housh, Ocho Cinco, and (depending on how severe the weather forecatst looks) even B. Edwards! :lmao:

8 rec- 103 yds- TD
Um.....15 targets.....6 catches.....56 yards. poor. If thats all you get with that many looks-game over. Go ahead and look at recievers thats get looks and gets results with them. The ho hum players are less productive, even when given the targets.,a nd now the TE is hurt, no Steve Smith.........those are poor indicators. I have no convidince in muhommed. I woulnt do it over ward or holmes, Housh or stinko
:goodposting: I mixed up my own flavor of the Mush koolaid last week @ WR3 / flex, and while he got some endzone looks, I think he's toast. Maybe a decent flex/WR4 option on occasion since there's not much left in CAR. Watching the game, Mush dropped a few and can't seem to separate at all. The targets seem like he's got upside - and maybe he will WHEN Smith comes back to take away the attention. Now, w/ D's focused on him (not that they really need to at this stage of his career), they're just taking him out. CHI should take away much of the running game, but still manage to get enough pressure on Jake to handle the passing game.

Dropped him for Patten this week.
I was planing on doing the same thing. Its just hard for me to pull the trigger when the guy had 15 targets. I didnt see the game. Was it alot of droped balls or just missed throws?

 
You are sadly mistaken if you think Peanut, Vasher, or Mikey Brown lets this two bit chump catch ONE ball. Mike Brown will probably lay a career ender on him today.

 
Moose needs 10 yards to hit the 10,000 yard club today, so today is a milestone day. Look for lots of short passes to Moose. Lots of ball control in today's Carolina/Chicago game.

 
moose had a 50+ td called back too through no fault of his own. HE did have a big day, the teammate let him down. He looked good and was excellant in blocking for the running game....

 
moose had a 50+ td called back too through no fault of his own. HE did have a big day, the teammate let him down. He looked good and was excellant in blocking for the running game....
:mellow: The topic would of been about spot on if the penalty hadn't negated the TD.
 

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