Friday, September 25, 2009

Week 3 League 2

League 2:

2QB - S. Wallace, Ben Roethlisberger,Daunte Culpepper, Matt Hasselbeck

Ben Roethlisberger :
Aaron Rodgers couldn't do it, but Big Ben should put up good numbers against the Bengals. The Steelers have been known for their run game and defense. Passing has not been their strength, but what a difference a year makes. Pittsburgh is the 8th best passing team this year and rank near the end in rushing. Look for Roethlisberger to find Hines Ward and Santonio Holmes and continue his aerial assault.
Anquan Boldin
So as the Cards face a Tampa 2 defense (Indy) who focuses stopping the long pass, we expect Boldin to get some quick passes to allow him to make a play. Being that he seems to have no ill-effects from a lingering hamstring issue that plagued him in pre-season and in Week 1, we expect good numbers this week and for him to get in the end zone.
The entire Redskins offense stinks and until they shake off the stench, I'm keeping Campbell on the bench.
Santana Moss:
It’s put up or shut up time for Moss in week 3. It doesn’t get any easier than a match up with Detroit and he should finally earn his keep. Moss torched the Lions last season with 9 catches for 140 yards and a TD and Detroit’s secondary isn’t looking much improved in 2009. [more]

3RB - Brandon Jacobs , Felix Jones, Clinton Portis, Caddilac Williams, Chris Wells
3WR - Anquan Boldin, Santana Moss, Antwan Randel El, Michael Clayton, Justin Gage

Anquan Boldin 12.5, Justin Gage 9.2, Santana Moss 9.0, Antwaan Randle El 6.2, Michael Clayton 5.7

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Week 3NFL Fantasy choices

League 1:

1QB - Rivers
2RB - Steve Jackson , Willis McGahee, Caddilac Williams, Steve Slaton, Chris Wells
Steven Jackson vs. Packers: Packers (18th vs. run) allowed 151 rushing yards to Bengals in Week 2 loss.

Fantasy Tailgate:
Cadillac Williams - Doing well, possible comeback player of the year BUT facing a Giants Defense that can and has dominated.

Steve Slaton vs. Jacksonville
After two disappointing outings, this guy is due to bust out against an ordinary Jacksonville run defense that has allowed the 11th-most fantasy points to running backs during the first two weeks.
Ray Rice/Willis McGahee vs. Cleveland

One week can make a big difference. It was McGahee who ended up the featured back against the Chargers, posting 15 carries and 2 touchdowns to Rice’s 8 carries and 0 touchdowns. This one could end up being an even time share, much to the dismay of Rice owners. For this week, consider both RB2/flex options against a Browns defense that has already surrendered 376 yards and 5 touchdowns. If you own both, flip a coin.

3WR - Percy Harvin, Johnny Knox, Roy Williams, Hines Ward, Louis Murphy, Lav Coles

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Canes do it again

Monday, September 07, 2009

Held out?

So some parents are worried about the impact of the Obama talking to their children, but have no problem with their own kids watching Hannah Montana. I find it sad that this is what politics have come to, that parents are fearing the office of the president.

Stimulus Question-mark

After reading this article it references these figures that has been payed out to help with recession:
  • $60 billion of the $288 billion in promised tax cuts to U.S. households
  • $84 billion of the $499 billion in spending has been paid.
  • $200 billion has been promised to certain projects, such as infrastructure and energy projects.
Thus, there is a chance we shall be doing better with the economy as opposed to doing nothing. However, will these be long or short trem effects.

As, it seems unemployment is still on the ropes, even in North Carolina.