Week 5 Start Em'
Start of the Week: Aaron Rodgers vs. Washington: Nothing says shoot out more than a high powered passing offense without a running game going against a purely terrible pass defense. While I don't see McNabb having great statistics (picks are a' coming) he will be firing balls deep to stay with the Packers. If you're a Rodgers owner start him and you can bench every other player and still come out on top.
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Start of the Week:Maurice Jones-Drew vs. Buffalo: Another week and another Start of the Week for MJD. This week's victem are the Buffalo Bills. The Bills allowed two 100 yard rushers in a route last week. While the craptastic Jaguars are not going to duplicate the Jets stomping of the Bills they are more than likely going to lean heavily on Jones-Drew. Patient owners who?? suffered through the first 3 weeks will have another redemption this week.
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Start of the Week: Randy Moss vs New York Jets: There are two things I know about Randy Moss without ever even sharing the same timezone as he. One, he has more talent at catching the football than anyone walking the planet today. Two, he has an ego equal to his talent. Nothing motivates this guy like a slight or an insult. All reports out of the recent trade point towards Belicheck being, well Belicheck and bouncing his record receiver for a third rounder over his attitude. Put him with a desperate old man who still has a cannon for an arm and I see fire works on Monday night. You own him, you start him. "Hey Randy, go deep!" works in any offensive strategy.
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Start of the Week:Zach Miller vs Houston: Another repeat! I promise I'm not being lazy this week. Miller and Gradkowski tore it up last week and now get a tight end's version of Christmas; the San Diego Chargers. They can't cover a tight end with a circus tent so look for Miller to go off once again.
Week 5 Sit Em'
Sit of the Week: Kevin Kolb vs San Francisco: Kolb had done nothing thus far to prove he is ready to roll this year. Samurai Mike is under some serious heat and will likely look to the Defense to step up and get a desperate win. Kolb also may be rolling with Mike Bell in the backfield which scares absolutely no one. This is a situation to avoid until Kolb proves he can play or goes back to holding a clip board.
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Sit of the Week: All Bronco Running Backs vs. Baltimore: Trust me, I've been in your shoes before Knowshon Moreno owners. I, too, fell to the thought and hope of a guy blowing up and being a steal only to wallow in misery the entire year over a blown pick. Thank you Tatum Bell. This week and every week for that matter look elsewhere for your runningback but do not look to the Bronco backfield.
Sit of the Week: Santana Moss vs. Green Bay: He's been a fringe wide receiver this year but because of McNabb some people are talking him into their starting lineups. Forget about mini-moss this week. He's at best a situational starter and especially against the Packers.
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Sit of the Week: Dustin Keller vs. Minnesota: The full compliment of weapons are now on the roster. While I don't see Holmes getting that many looks I do think Keller is the forgotten man this Monday.
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