Palmer might be ok since Rudi could likely get stuffed by the Balt defense, forcing Cinci to pass. However a lot of those passes will be going short-mid range to Housh, with less than normal looks for Henry and CJ (All just speculation, obviously).
Just found out that Cincinnati weather is an extention of the storm system that's about to hit us in Chicago (which I wasn't paying attention to until now). We're looking at 6" to over a foot in snow when everything's said and done, so while that probably won't affect this game, I'd keep an eye on the weather this Sunday for games in midwestern locations (KC @ Cle, Min @Chi, and Ind @ Ten come to mind) just to be safe.
QB - C. Newton WR - L. Fitzgerald WR - S. Smith (Car) RB - M. Turner RB - C. Johnson TE - A. Gates W/R/T - B. Wells K - S. Janikowski DEF - NYJ
BN - M. Ryan BN - J. Battle BN - P. Thomas BN - J. Ringer BN - V. Cruz BN - B. Pettigrew BN - SF D
so weather wont get REALLY bad till later? Anyone know how it is now? I just checked weather.com and it said hellish winds 20-30 at first, then 50-60 later on tomorrow MORNING. As for TONIGHT, it says rain for sure tonight, getting harder later. How bad is it now people in Cinci? Anyone?
I am in huge game for a playoff spot, do I start Graham who mgiht get a ton of FGs due to Balt D tightening up OR do I pick up Scobee?
Suggestions would be VERY much appreciated.
He who would trade liberty for some temporary security, deserves neither liberty nor security.
Should be applied to our current global situation and fantasy football as well.
Im in Columbus (about an hour and a half NE of CIN for those Geographically challenged), and its really not bad here...just a slight drizzle. If you look at the doppler, CIN is really on the outskirts of the storm, and remember, that the stadium is rigt on the river, so its the southern part of CIN.