I want to be on the money team Juan…need a new accountant
We all know about the Mayweather/50 beef going down, but maybe May is bringing on re-enforcements. Dez Bryant might just want to check in with his curfew police before hanging out with Floyd, as the Money likes to hang out at all hours.
Better throwing motion than Tebow Juan…
The Bengals have been searching for a partner in crime for their star WR, AJ Green. After a slow start to the season, Sanu has started to emerge a bit.
Andy Dalton: “He’s starting to emerge and it’s good to see. Early on, when he first got here in OTAs and minicamp and things like that, you could tell he had a great feel for the game. He made big plays for us this past week, converting a fourth down, a third down, scoring a touchdown. He’s really showing what he can do. I think he’s going to get more and more playing time because of it.”
I wouldn’t go out and grab him or anything, but Sanu could be guy to keep an eye on for the future.
I’ll never fumble this Juan…
The disdain of all fantasy owners is the amount of touches that LeSean McCoy gets. We all see what he is capable of when he gets the ball in his hands. We will see an increase in touches with Nick Foles behind center. Maybe not.
OC Marty Mornhinweg: “I think LeSean is eighth in carries and fourth in total touches; I don’t think there’s a problem there. Every game is different. You have to dig into every game. And usually the ball carriers a few more carries when you’re ahead in the four minute and toward the end of the game.”
The Eagles staff is content on using the forward pass as means to getting the ball down the field. I still think McCoy will be used more than he was with Vick, but it won’t be a huge uptick in touches.
I need a chance to take off Juan…
Let’s face it, BenJarvis Green-Ellis is an average NFL running back. Belichick knew it. He doesn’t do anything great and from a fantasy perspective has been truly disappointing.
The Bengals are saying they want to get Cedric Peerman more involved and I cosign on that idea. OC Jay Gruden came out this week and siad the following: Gruden said, “I think he will get more and more as the season goes on. It just depends on how the game goes. I think it’s important to get Cedric some more touches. He’s earned that right and gives us a little change of pace.”
I think it’s about time. Peerman could have some value down the stretch it the Bengals follow through.
Julio Jones A GTD
Joe Haden To Miss Week 11?
I learned this on P90X Juan…
What Adrian Peterson has done this season is far from the norm when it comes to reconstructed knees. Renowned surgery of the stars of the NFL Dr James Andrews, is one of the most shocked and rightfully so.
Andrews: “I can’t believe it,” Andrews told Peterson’s parents, via NFL.com. “For this guy to have played as much football as he’s played his whole life, and not to have hardly any wear and tear, it’s incredible. I’ve never seen a football player, especially one who runs and cuts as much as he does, with a knee in that condition. It’s like a newborn baby.”
Peterson: “Give credit to the doctor — he did a great job going into my knee and doing what he does,” Peterson said. “But I just feel like I’m different — my family and my genetics. Just how my body is built.”
AP is on pace for over 1,800 yards even with the team weening him into the season. The guy is a freak of nature or maybe he really is Purple Jesus.
I was doing AB Ripper X Juan…
According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer Haden pulled an oblique muscle in Wednesday’s practice and missed Thursday’s practice all together. Apparently, he will try to give a go on Sunday, but according to reports it doesn’t look good.
The Browns secondary without Haden was not good at all. Over the past 3 weeks Haden and company have held Ind, SD, and Bal WRs to 186 yards or less and only 1 TD in those 3 games. This is kind of big deal (Ron Burgandy voice) for Dez Bryant/Miles Austin who could end up having a big game here.
We’re talking bout practice Juan…
Julio Jones left the game against the Saints last week, only to return and grab a nice little 52 yard bomb. Now, he has missed practice all week and will be a gametime decision according to Mike Smith.
Smith: “These guys are so close and moving in the right direction that we’ll make a determination as late as we possibly can,” Smith said. “We can do it as late as we possibly can. They are working to get back. We are hoping that they’ll continue to progress tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday morning.”
They could be pulling a Calvin Johnson here and just letting him rest. I know I want him in this matchup and he he plays, he’s in your lineup.