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More reason NOT to look to Yahoo for fantasy updates...

Postby FatFoot » Tue Aug 19, 2008 4:33 pm

This kind of thing drives me nuts, because it's not just lazy... it's WEIRD.

Yahoo Fantasy Football wrote:Sun, Aug 17 RB Chester Taylor has certainly been a bright spot early on for Atlanta. "The thing that was most impressive was that Michael Turner ran the ball extremely well," coach Mike Smith after Smith gashed the Indianapolis Colts for 113 yards on four carries. "It was the second straight week we rushed for 100 yards so that was a positive." Turner's recent outburst came on simply up-the-gut plays. Turner actually only gained positive yards on two of his carries. The first, a 52-yard run, came when the right side of the offensive line created a cutback lane and left Turner to do the rest. The second big gainer was a 63-yarder that was a simple isolation dive play where fullback Ovie Mughelli sealed off the middle linebacker to create enough room for Turner to break free. "That gives you encouragement for the season," Turner said about the ability to gain yardage on the ground by simply lining up and pounding the ball. "We just got to clean up the little things, finishing in the red zone, getting third-and-ones, third-and-twos."

I can see (and of course, we HAVE seen) them putting the blurb for the wrong player under a player's name... but someone had to indicate that Chester Taylor has been "a bright spot" for ATLANTA.

Go Yahoo.
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