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Since you helped me - here is some a copy and paste of some serious advice from Yahoo anal...
Since you helped me - here is some a copy and paste of some serious advice from Yahoo analysis:
Lee Evans (WR, Buf) – Evans notched 4 receptions for 65 yards in Week Ten against
the Dolphins, but he couldn’t extend his TD streak to three weeks. He has averaged
6/120 and has scored 2 TDs in his last three games. He will probably come even
further back down to earth this week against a Patriot defense that has allowed 2
total TDs and an average of 9/102 to opposing WRs in its last four games. Asante
Samuel and the other Patriot corners will harass him with tight coverage and look to
shut him down with Buffalo’s most influential offensive player, Marshawn Lynch,
out for the game because they know the only guy in a Bill uniform that will be able to
hurt them is Evans. On top of that, Losman was atrocious with his accuracy a week
ago, and he could be terrorized by pressure in this AFC East showdown, which will
make it difficult for Evans to get the ball and make big plays deep in this brutal
matchup. The loss of Lynch is a huge blow for this offense, since they’ve been
leaning on him since day one of the 2007 campaign. There is a bit of a silver lining,
though, when you consider that Evans could see some garbage-time production
when all hope is lost and Losman starts slinging it every which way. He was quiet
against the Pats earlier this season, and we suspect a repeat performance could be
forthcoming, so use him with extremely limited expectations.
Bengal WRs -Chad Johnson caught 4 balls for 73 yards against Baltimore a week
ago, but he didn’t make an endzone appearance for the seventh game in a row. He
has averaged a pedestrian 4/55 in his last three games. T.J. Houshmandzadeh
snagged 6 balls for 45 yards against the Ravens last Sunday, but his eight-game TD
streak came to an end, since he didn’t score. He has posted a solid bottom line of
17/171/2 in his last three contests as the Bengals’ possession receiver. This duo
shouldn’t have much difficulty making plays against a Cardinal defense that has
given up an average of 13/159/1 to opposing WRs in its last four games because the
Bengals can’t seem to get their running game going, and the favorable matchup
should allow Palmer to move the offense through the air. While Johnson’s lack of TDs
makes him a less strong play than T.J. at this point, both guys will be in a position to
help you because their offense will need to pass it plenty and there’s always potential
for downfield fireworks when Palmer starts gunslinging. Cincy’s recent red zone
issues are a bit of concern for these receivers, but they remain elite guys that you
have to start. The Card secondary is susceptible and Coach Lewis will call upon these
wideouts to account for the offensive production. Chris Henry’s presence is double-
edged sword, as it will open things up for them but also cause Palmer to spread it
around more. Keep riding them.
I did not understand what you are doing with YOUNG?
For your sistuation I wouldn't split two WR's from the same team unless you think ...
For your sistuation I wouldn't split two WR's from the same team unless you think they (the TEAM) will put up lots of point. Cinci's over and under is 48, so Vegas is expecting some points.
O and I have TJ. This is my biggest match up of the season so far. I'm worried that ...
O and I have TJ. This is my biggest match up of the season so far. I'm worried that if I play TJ and Henry and Cin gets shut down again i'm done. I'm also worried that Evans will straight flop. Should I just flip a coin?
It works brotha - and think it's fair. Sometime folks post but help noone else. I t...
It works brotha - and think it's fair. Sometime folks post but help noone else. I try to help when I post at least 3 to 4 peeps.
Now what about Young?
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