A Flannel Shirt wrote:fking dillion can eat my balls
this assclown and his fudge nugget of a coach will cost me the game
Dude that isn't appreciated at all. Just because you made the mistake of playing an inactive Dillon, does not give you the right to bash him or his coach. Dillon is one heck of a running back, and a tough player. And Bellichek- 3 rings, nuff said.
Back off of it, becuase they don't care how your FF team did.
Hey learn to read. Last I checked this was the Cheering & Venting forum. Where is your cheering or venting, rather than your comment that has no place at all. And since you don't know how to read, I will make it easy for you.http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/players/3914/news
Oct 16 Patriots running back Corey Dillon is starting in today's game against the Broncos.
Views: Dillon had been listed as questionable with an ankle injury, but perhaps he is another victim of coach Bellichick's abuse of the injury report system. You are safe to keep Dillon in your lineup, as long as your expectations against a stout Broncos run defense are reasonable. http://rotoworld.com/content/playerpage ... m=&id=3914
Corey Dillon is active for the Patriots.
The Patriots had seven players listed as out, so they had no inactive options. James Sanders starts at strong safety for the Patriots for Guss Scott.
winjr wrote:Actually, Dillon was active, dressed and stood on the sideline the entire game. I think what irks Packman is that playing Dillon wasn't HIS mistake -- it was the mistake of whatever expert source informed us all that Dillon would start and play. I feel his pain.
I think I made my point. Those are just a few sources.
This is only my opinion, if you play the players I suggest and they do not perform well, please don't yell at me.