Monday, September 29

Weekend Recap: Week 4

"If not A, then B". Those words were spoken by Mike Greenberg, and it holds true for certain things. If only fantasy football was that simple. There is rarely ever a "One or the other" type of situation. You're always dealing with tons of choices, each with their own pro's and con's. That's what makes fantasy football interesting. (And sometimes, stressful, frustrating, and maddening) Hopefully, a look back at week four will help you narrow down you choices for week five and beyond. - Matt Schaub and David Garrard both started playing to their potential this week. Still, I'd hold off on starting either of these guys. Let's see if they can keep it up. - I believe I said to deal MJD after I predicted he was going to have a big game against the Colts. Not to toot my own horn, but *toot toot* -- looks like I could be right. - Kudos to the Chiefs. They finally gave LJ the rock, and look what happened: they won! Keep it up Kansas City - in both the long and short-run, you'll make your organzation and fantasy owners happy. - The Titans' run defense could be the nastiest in the league. Take away AP's 28 yard touchdown run, and you have 17 carries for 52 yards. That's a 3 YPC. - Another kudos, this time to Oakland. It's about time you got Zach Miller, your only viable threat in the passing game, involved. - Subtract Brett Favre's number (4) from the number of touchdown passes he threw yesterday (6), and you get the number of times Cardinals' defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast threw down his headseat on Sunday after watching the Brett's pick apart Zona's pass defense. Who says math isn't fun? - Greg Jennings has surely emerged as Aaron Rodgers favorite target. - We at would like to extend our sincerest condolences to Matt Bryant and his family for their loss. - I never thought I'd say this but Kyle Orton played surprisngly well against the Eagles last night. Still, he doesn't have the weapons nor the skill set to deserve much of a look in most leagues. - Santana Moss: Another deep threat turned dependable. Jason Campbell is taking huge strides. Both his and Moss' fantasy value are doing the same.

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