atrain also plays the nfc east next year. the eagles d and giants d will definitely rebound. both had a lot of injuries. also that leaves dallas. so that is potentially three bad matchups right there. washington is a wildcard...
greatgretzky wrote:atrain also plays the nfc east next year. the eagles d and giants d will definitely rebound. both had a lot of injuries. also that leaves dallas. so that is potentially three bad matchups right there. washington is a wildcard...
OMG, are we really talking individual 2004 game matchups already. Damn, I thought I'd be able to see some sun this year.
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Don't count "my Favourite" out yet fellas,,,,I think he's one of these guys who likes to "prove wrong".,,,,,not that he is high on my list or anything,,,just my 2 cents.,,,,and thats like only 1.2 in U.S.
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No way do I take Martin over Bennet. With Lamont Jordan chomping at the bit, Curtis is just in the way at this point. The Jets obviously have a youth movement going on, and its only a matter of time until it hits Cmart.
as long as he keeps produceing, no way do they replace him....he is mr.consistency at running back, he piled up 1300 yards this year with his starting qb out most of the year, and an o line that plain down suked......
I agree with Cornbread. Lamont Jordon has now been waiting 3 years for his chance. Martin is getting at that age where he will be relieved during the season to hopefully be fresh for a playoff run. I see a slight RBBC in Jet land with Lamont and Curtis splitting time. I could be wrong. I also wonder what Curtis cap number is this year and how much longer they will keep him. Just wondering for Dynasty and Keeper Leagues. To me Curtis is a decent #3 back, but I would not count on him for a #2 unless you are totally loaded at your other positions. Good Luck.