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Postby T-BONE » Fri Sep 26, 2003 6:32 pm

What's up with all that offense???

It was just the last game... or will NO be that bad this season???


and Deuce. In my league his owner is trying to trade him with me. Is he still a top 10 rb????
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Postby pmix » Fri Sep 26, 2003 7:35 pm

I thought of going after Duece cause his value is low now, but his schedule is brutal: Carolina twice and Tampa Bay twice, etc. :-o He may have a tough time being a top ten back.

I'm beginning to think twice, unless I can get him dirt cheep!!

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Postby M_Zimm_ffc » Fri Sep 26, 2003 7:48 pm

He is right, only get Deuce if he is cheap. But, you have got to believe that they will snap out of it evetually.
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Postby Cambodian » Fri Sep 26, 2003 11:44 pm

I traded Deuce for LT. How'd I do?!
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Postby Alabaster » Sat Sep 27, 2003 12:38 am

pmix wrote:I thought of going after Duece cause his value is low now, but his schedule is brutal: Carolina twice and Tampa Bay twice, etc. :-o He may have a tough time being a top ten back.

I'm beginning to think twice, unless I can get him dirt cheep!!

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QB - Bulger, Favre, Warner
RB - Henry, A Green, Barber, Hambrick
WR - Moulds, Horn, Driver, Kor Robinson, Ch Johnson
K - Wilkins
Def - KC



I hear this a lot, but don't forget that McAllister had decent outings against both teams last year.

vs Tampa Bay
there: 109 yards rushing, 12 yards receiving, 0 TD
home: 99 yards rushing, 7 yards receiving, 1 TD

vs Carolina
there: 71 yards rushing, 34 yards receiving, 2 TDs
home: 110 yards rushing, 10 yards receiving, 0 TDs

I think part of Deuce's relative success was because neither Tampa Bay nor Carolina had explosive offenses, so New Orleans was never so far behind that they had to give up on the running game. Of course, this year could be different for two particular reasons. 1, New Orleans looks much worse this year than last, and with the defense playing so poorly, there's greater risk of falling behind quickly and abandoning the run. 2, both Carolina and Tampa Bay have more effective offenses, particular in the running game with the addition of Davis for Carolina and the possible emergence of Pittman for Tampa - this strengthens their ability to burn up clock to keep Deuce off the field.

Just my two cents.
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Postby T-BONE » Sat Sep 27, 2003 12:03 pm

There's a guy in my league that has Horn and Deuce. I think he's scared about last week performance... so he is trying to trade his players.

He just offered me Horn and Favre for Rod Smith and Hasselbeck.

I think I'll take it....
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Postby deftdelivery » Sat Sep 27, 2003 11:48 pm

Alabaster, I like the insight...you should become a member ;-D
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