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Those yahoo guys were right on with the Brian Westbrook at the top of the RB list at week 9. LMAO. And oh yeah, that Hasselbeck oblique injury was really bad that he had the game that i thought he would. I knew he'd do well against Cleveland. Thanks for the false injury report that made me take him out and lose the 1st place lead to drop into 3rd. I f*cking hate all fantasy experts! I have a great team and I'm so bitter I just wanna drop everyone.
thats y i go on my own and not listen to any1 else. but i'll give my 2 cents if ppl like it or not. and by the way i'm 7 n 1 in my league because i won't listen to any1 else. the only 1 i have to answer to is my wife lol.
So what was you first clue they were morons? Maybe the fact that there have been several hundred other threads with the same message. Let this be a lesson to everyone else that listens to the advise of "Experts" DON'T DO IT!
If you have such a great team then make your own freaking decisions and stop blaming random people on message boards for your losses. Try researching injury stuff yourself
Take some responsibility.
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My decision was based on what I thought to be a serious injury. Uh, most owners sit a guy, not matter how good he is, if the injury is reported to be significant. those morons on the ESPNEWS fantasy insider show said hasselbeck was. i win if cutler doesn't get hurt, that's all there is to it, and the person in first got extremely lucky. Cutler would have scored at least 6 points for me, c'mon.
I know of all those websites and there stupid player projections and rankings.You have to be foolish to pay for rotowire.
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