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Postby Cooner » Tue Nov 23, 2004 11:26 am

RubeRiot wrote:So no one thinks the short week will have a negative effect on these guys?

no. the only guy i would think that might have needed the whole week would have been edge if he was tired from running so much, but he got the 4th quarter off. None of the guys involved in these games have nagging injuries that they would need to rest.
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Postby warrick95 » Tue Nov 23, 2004 11:31 am

Indianapolis...I said those four letters. Need I say more? Manning, James, Harrison, Wayne, Stokely, Pollard, Da. Clark.
Detroit...Roy Williams will shake off his latest disappointing games. Joey Harrington is an average #2 Quarterback vs. the improved Colts defense that I'm still not sold on and think might blow sometime soon. Kevin Jones is solid as a flex RB.
Chicago...Thomas Jones (#2 back)...my you must be desperate if you are even thinking about more...might want to think about the Chicago defense in deeper leagues.
Dallas...Henson is the favorite to start, but is only worth owning as a backup in a 2-start QB league and probably in keeper leagues (where you keep a rather large amount). Julius Jones is a solid flex RB. Keyshawn is a flex option. Witten is a #1 TE, obviously. I would consider the Dallas defense vs. Krenzel and Chicago, actually, even after their terrible game @BAL.
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Postby MadScott » Tue Nov 23, 2004 4:05 pm

34=Sweetness wrote:No one is mentioning the Bears D being a good start after one bad week? Come on people, no one stops the Colts. The Bears D should tear the Cowboys a new one turnover wise.
I do think their defense is a decent start this week but I do worry about them not having Urlacher in the middle, more for the run stuffing than anything.
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