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Postby Chaucer » Thu Sep 22, 2005 4:10 pm

Mine--

Back to earth:
Fast Willie after playing against a fired-up NE defense

Back on Top:
Peyton after picking apart CLE


Yours? ;-D
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Postby rocskins26 » Thu Sep 22, 2005 4:45 pm

Back to Earth:
the NY Frickin' Giants!!! They are scoring every way possible and(being a 'skins fan in NY) I hate it!!

Back on top:
I agree with you ,Manning and the Colts
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Postby maddog60 » Thu Sep 22, 2005 4:48 pm

Back to Earth:

Chicago, 38 points will be the season high. The offense will struggle a bit, but the defense will keep them in games.

Back on top:

I agree on Manning. He wont hit 50 TDs, probably not even 40 after these past two games, but the man is a freaking surgeon with a football.
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Re: Tuesday after Week 3--Back to earth/Back on top

Postby Heavyg25 » Thu Sep 22, 2005 5:00 pm

Chaucer wrote:Mine--

Back to earth:
Fast Willie after playing against a fired-up NE defense

Back on Top:
Peyton after picking apart CLE


Yours? ;-D


Bold prediction since NE Defense couldn't stop Davis last week. I am not comparing Willie to Davis but Willie isn't the talk of fantasy football for no reason. I hope for my sake that you are so very wrong.
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Re: Tuesday after Week 3--Back to earth/Back on top

Postby Chaucer » Fri Sep 23, 2005 7:06 am

Heavyg25 wrote:
Chaucer wrote:Mine--

Back to earth:
Fast Willie after playing against a fired-up NE defense

Back on Top:
Peyton after picking apart CLE


Yours? ;-D


Bold prediction since NE Defense couldn't stop Davis last week. I am not comparing Willie to Davis but Willie isn't the talk of fantasy football for no reason. I hope for my sake that you are so very wrong.


I like what I've seen of Willie, don't get me wrong. But I still think Belichek can out-scheme a rookie, even at a postion like RB. Plus, the difference between the defenses that Willie's seen so far in the NFL and the Patriots is pretty significant. Let's put it this way: We'll know a lot more about him next week then we do now. If he has a big game, maybe he is the real deal. But I expect a "back to earth" from him.
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Re: Tuesday after Week 3--Back to earth/Back on top

Postby Plindsey88 » Fri Sep 23, 2005 7:21 am

Chaucer wrote:Mine--

Back to earth:
Fast Willie after playing against a fired-up NE defense

Back on Top:
Peyton after picking apart CLE


Yours? ;-D



This was exactly what I was going to say.... But I'll post some others:


Back to Earth:

Trent Dilfer
Stephen Davis


Back on top:

Trent Green
Marvin Harrison
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Postby MiniDitkas » Fri Sep 23, 2005 9:44 am

when was plexiglass ever on top?
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Postby Plindsey88 » Fri Sep 23, 2005 9:58 am

MiniDitkas wrote:when was plexiglass ever on top?



I guess you're right, he never really was a fantasy stud.... Although at times he did make a pretty good fantasy play....

I'll go ahead and withdraw Plax from my list.
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Postby moochman » Fri Sep 23, 2005 10:33 am

Back on top: Culpepper. He will tear up a Saints secondary that is notoriously weak. Tice will play Moore more and the running success will lead to passing success. Everything points to C-Pep actually throwing a TD pass! I think maybe 2-3 of 'em.

Return to the dregs: VaGiants. They have to play a decent team instead of the fodder they feasted on the first two weeks.
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Re: Tuesday after Week 3--Back to earth/Back on top

Postby Kilroy » Sun Sep 25, 2005 3:52 am

Heavyg25 wrote:
Chaucer wrote:Mine--

Back to earth:
Fast Willie after playing against a fired-up NE defense

Back on Top:
Peyton after picking apart CLE


Yours? ;-D


Bold prediction since NE Defense couldn't stop Davis last week. I am not comparing Willie to Davis but Willie isn't the talk of fantasy football for no reason. I hope for my sake that you are so very wrong.


Davis had 3 1 Yard Touchdowns, so saying the Pats didn't stop him may be a little misleading. And the talk of Fantasy Football at this point last year was Quentin Griffin, so I wouldn't get too carried away about FWP. This week will be his first real test. I'm not sayin' he don't have "it", but after 2 weeks I'm not ready to say he does either.
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