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Archive for September, 2007

Dear RotoRob: Deuce Decision

September 30, 2007 | by RotoRob | Comments (0)
Losing Brandon Jacobs hurt a lot of owners.
The loss of Brandon Jacobs hurt the running back depth of many owners.

Dear RotoRob.com,

I have finally moved on to football fulltime. I will finish second in my baseball league so, sorry, I can’t rename the league the James Morris Memorial League. Mostly my fault.

Anyhow, on to football. I am hoping you have some great analysis to help me with my issue.

My team looked great the first three weeks, but now it is falling apart.

I lost Brandon Jacobs after the first week, but my depth at RB seemed pretty good (Joseph Addai, Deuce McCallister, Jacobs, Adrian Peterson of the Vikings and Ladell Betts). I figured I would be okay. Well, now I hear when Jacobs comes back it might be a commitee and Deuce is out for the year. It couldn’t get worse. So, on the waiver wire there is MoJo Drew, Jerious Norwood, Kevin Jones, Chris Brown and Tatum Bell. Got any ideas who would be the best pick up?

Oh, and I lost Andre Johnson for awhile as well. There’s nobody good on wire except maybe James Jones. I picked up Patrick Crayton from Dallas. Guys like Bobby Engram, Marty Booker and Jerricho Cotchery can be had on the waiver wire as well.

If it wasn’t for Tom Brady, Addai, Petersen and the NE kicker I would probably be 1-2 instead of 0-3. I guess I shouldn’t be too upset, but man when it rains it pours.

Looking for any help.

Daryl

Daryl,

I’d drop McCallister for someone like Brian Leonard from the Rams. Steven Jackson is out two-to-three weeks and Leonard has favourable matchup the next two weeks vs. Dallas and Arizona. Jones-Drew is just waiting for Fred Taylor to have the injury we all know is coming, but he is seeing next to nothing in terms of touches right now.

A WR sleeper has been Shaun McDonald from the Lions. But, you have to wonder if he can keep it up given their WR depth. But, I’d give him a shot as he seems to be getting the ball enough to justify it.

Dear RotoRob.com,

Which PK would you roll with? I am leaning towards Stephen Gostkowski, Jeff Reed, Nick Folk or Sebastian Janikowski.

Rock’n funk

I like Folk. Trust me…I think Brian Leonard is going to surprise some people this weekend and Folk will be getting some FGs.

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Dear RotoRob: The Next A-Rod?

September 29, 2007 | by James Morris | Comments (3)
Dear RotoRob.com, My name is Pete and I have been following your reports on Rotoworld and you seem to be on top of things in the baseball world. I was wondering if you had any info you could
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Week Four Wide Receivers

September 29, 2007 | by Derek Jones | Comments (2)
1. Randy Moss at Cincinnati “ Moss is having the best start for a receiver heading to a new team. He’s probably salivating at going against a porous Bengals’ secondary. 2. Steve Smith vs. Tampa Bay ” The injury to Jake Delhomme does not drastically change Smith’s value. David Carr will be effective in the […]
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Week Four Running Back Rankings

September 29, 2007 | by Andy Goldstein | Comments (1)
1. LaMont Jordan @ Dolphins – I still firmly believe that Jordan will eventually fade off and finish somewhere in the top 15 to 20 running backs. That being said, the Dolphins present an extremely friendly matchup to the hottest running back in the league. I can’t ignore that and Jordan should be good for […]
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Diamondbacks Report: Hanging On

September 28, 2007 | by RotoRob | Comments (2)
It all comes down to this weekend’s action to determine if the Diamondbacks can slither into the playoffs for the first time in five years. The good news is that the D-Backs went 50-31 at home this season ” their best home record since the last playoff team. The bad news is the rest of […]
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