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Postby warrick95 » Sun Oct 23, 2005 1:26 am

Uhh i think they're both pretty decent bets...meaning martin and volek. I think Volek should still have a pretty decent game. I think Bradno jOnes might make a splash tomorrow and give Volek someone to target. He's worked with both Jones and Claico on the 2nd team in practice and might've developed a rapport with them.
I'm starting Volek over Vick ina league...i think i am at least. I dunno...don't really have to make that deicision until the late game tomorrow afternoon.

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Postby wizbang » Sun Oct 23, 2005 11:35 am

Volek is a risky play but if McCown starts versus him this game could turn into a shootout. I think the predictions here are on target. He has a great chance at exploding but the WR situation is scarey. I think the WRs will improve with Volek while the TEs see less action. I think Tennessee's terrible defense initiates the shootout and we know Volek can fling the ball. Remember, Bennett was a scrub before Volek took over last year so why can't he do the same with Calico/BJones. Didn't Mason miss many of Volek's big games?

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