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    Larry Fitzgerald looks hot, AS USH

    by  • September 25, 2012 • News • 0 Comments

    You Benched Larry Fitzgerald?

    http://youtu.be/iZ8Qb9qm7N4 There are two schools of thought around whether I was stupid or gutsy this weekend. Regardless, I was certainly LOFTY. On one side, you have the more traditional view that you should “never sit your studs,” a stance I’ve taken in the past. And the other side of the argument is the “play...

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    Why do you still own Matt Cassel?

    by  • September 23, 2012 • Start or Sit • 0 Comments

    Here’s some last-minute start and sit advice as you put lineups together for Week 3.

    Matt Ufford at SBNation takes some starting shots. Did he say Andy Dalton?

    I do agree on Saints and Chiefs…and Matt Cassel. Why do you own Matt Cassel?

    And Cecil Lammey tells you why to sit Adrian Peterson.

    For projections on all the major players in each game, try Smitty’s advice at Draft Calc.

    Good luck this week.

     

    Time to drop Ronnie Brown, Fred Davis, and Braylon Edwards

    by  • September 20, 2012 • Waiver Wire • 0 Comments

    I’d also add Isaiah Pead, Tim Tebow, and David Wilson (might wait until we see him play Thursday night)  to the droppable list Cecil offers up unless you’re in a deeper league. If you need the spot for a more promising waiver wire pickup, don’t be afraid to let these guys walk this week.

    Who are you torn about dropping this week? Or who are you preparing to drop if they don’t show up in Week 3? Throw some names in the comments, and we’ll discuss.

    Stick a fork in Michael Turner

    by  • September 14, 2012 • Waiver Wire • 0 Comments

    Turner looked slow and unable to break even arm tackles. He isn’t a threat to contribute in the passing game, so you’re only real hope is that he picks up enough touchdowns to stay fantasy relevant. The Falcons had eight snaps inside the Chiefs’ 10 yard line on Sunday and Turner had one carry. If you have a way to get rid of him for anything of value, do it now.

    Heath Cummings  of Footballguys.com on Michael Turner’s slow start to the season in Week 1