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Calling our Shots: Week Three

Fantasy football can at times be a very funny place to seek help when you need it most. One week, a so called “expert” will tell you to start “Player A” because “Player A” is a “can’t miss” starter who will blow up that week. A week later, that expert will deny giving that advice to their readers or followers but will be more than happy to tell you to start “Player B” this week. It would be almost comical in some instances if it wasn’t so tragic for the people who take the advice of these charlatans.

As a staff member of DLF, I can tell you that everyone affiliated with this site both loathes and detests this behavior. Every staff member on the DLF team constantly tries to learn and better ourselves so we may be of better help to you. Part of that process is being accountable for our successes, as well as our failures. We’re doing that each and every week as we’re offering personalized lineup advice as part of our premium content. We’re answering every question posted in a timely manner and helping out as best we can – those answers are public knowledge and we’ll stand by them every week.

We’ve also decided to roll out this new series entitled, “Calling Our Shots.” The premise of this series is to get some predictions for the upcoming week. Some writer’s predictions are bold, some are solid, while others, well, we wouldn’t place too much money on them in Las Vegas!

When we’re right, we’ll share our successes. When we’re wrong, it should present a great way for our loyal readers to give us a good (and hopefully friendly) ribbing. The point is we don’t hide from the advice we give or the predictions we make.

We also want to give you the same chance.

Our community is an essential part of the success of DLF. This weekly series also asks YOU, the readers, to post your own shots in the comments below. We all have that coach in our league who says, “Yeah, I could have told you not to start that guy” and perhaps that’s even you who thinks that! Well, here’s your chance to make those bold predictions when they count – before the games are played. We invite everyone to blow up the comments section again today and make any player predictions you want for the week – this will give you a perfect opportunity to officially say, “I told you so,” or offer a brutally embarrassing piece of ammunition for your opponent to use against you next week. Either way, this is a great way for the community and the writers to have some good old fashioned fun each and every week!

Every person who is featured in subsequent weeks will be put into a drawing after week 17 for a free yearly membership or their renewal to our premium content and a free DLF T-shirt!

Week two is in the books and yet another week of pretty weird performances. While Eli Manning is a great quarterback, who would have guessed he would thrown for 510 yards in one game? Better yet, how many people would have guessed that Danny Amendola would catch 15 passes for 160 yards and a touchdown? I’m probably one of the biggest Amendola fans out there, but even that was a huge shock to me! Many people believed CJ Spiller was going to have a great game, but few would have thought that he would have totaled 170 total yards and two touchdowns.  If nothing else, the 2012 NFL season has provided a lot of excitement and surprises in just two short weeks.

Last week, as a staff, we saw 11 successful shots called relating to week one – this week we’ve more than doubled that amount with 24 successful predictions that came true in week two.

Of  special note is how well Eric Olinger did, pulling down six correct predictions, just barely edging Eric Hardter and Dan Hasty who both had five correct shots called. Here are the correct shots called by the DLF staff last week:

Eric Dickens – Dwayne Bowe has a nice day with over 100 receiving yards.

Eric Olinger – Brandon Weeden throws for more yards than Andy Dalton.

Eric Hardter – Trent Richardson gets back on track with 90 yards and a TD, in a losing effort.

Dan Hasty – Cam Newton will run for more yards than Mark Ingram.

Eric Olinger – Maurice Jones-Drew finds no running lanes and is held under 65 yards rushing.

Ken Kelly – Lamar Miller is active for the first time and has at least 30 yards rushing.

Eric Hardter – Carson Palmer exceeds 300 yards passing.

Dan Hasty – Larry Fitzgerald scores single-digit fantasy points.

Eric Olinger – Eli Manning throws for over 300 yards and 3 TDs.

Jarrett Behar – Hakeem Nicks goes for 100 yds, 1+ TDs

Eric Hardter – Vincent Jackson has over 100 yards receiving, with 1 TD.

Eric Olinger – RGIII throws for less than 250 yards but has 50+ yards rushing.

Ken Kelly – Alfred Morris has more rushing yards than Steven Jackson.

Eric Hardter – Danny Amendola leads all WR’s on either team in receptions and yards receiving.

Eric Olinger – Kevin Ogletree comes back down to earth and gets fewer than 5 catches and 50 yards. Zero TDs!

TheFFGhost – Witten recovers more completely and posts better stats than Ogletree.

Dan Hasty – Kevin Ogletree will go back to being irrelevant.

Jacob Feldman – Jets slip back to near pre-season form and only manage one TD against the Steelers. Greene rushes for under 50 yards.

Chris Rohrer – Antonio Brown has more targets, receptions, and receiving yards than Mike Wallace.

Eric Hardter – Mark Sanchez is held to under 220 yards passing, with a negative turnover differential.

Eric Olinger – Chris Johnson continues to be the new Chris Johnson and finishes the day under 3.0 YPC. He stinks!

Jacob Feldman – Chris Johnson will have another bad game, averaging under 3.0 YPC once again.

Dan Hasty – The Lions kick more field goals than score touchdowns.

Jacob Feldman – Roddy White posts more catches and more yards than Julio Jones this week due to Champ Bailey shadowing Julio.

Dan Hasty – Roddy White will outscore Julio Jones.

Just as we doubled our correct shots called in week two, we also doubled the amount of shots we just barely missed. In this category TheFFGhost claims the crown:

TheFFGhost – Remember last week when I said McCluster was going to emerge? He’s not done yet with another 5+ receptions in this game.

TheFFGhost – Both Arian Foster and Ben Tate have over 75 yards of rushing.

Eric Olinger – Ray Rice tops 150 total yards and scores at least one TD.

Eric Hardter – Ray Rice exceeds 25 touches, for 140+ total yards.

So we can see how well the staff did, but who is the big winner this week from our readers? This week ‘KCGuzz’ takes the crown with eight correct shots called, which is pretty impressive given the weird season we’ve seen thus far. Congratulations KCGuzz, your name will be entered into our year end drawing for a chance to win a free year of DLF Premium as well as a DLF t-shirt. Good luck!

Here were KCGuzz’ shots:

-Bowe gets a TD.

-Luck goes for 2 scores, primarily getting Indy caught up in garbage time.

-NO loses again, frustrated by the runs of Cam.

-Not much in the way of surprises here, as Foster goes for 100 YDs and a score.

-Reggie Bush gets in the end zone at least one time, and that is saying something with this offense.

-Jets offensive fireworks are over, and they are held to less than 10 points.

-Johnson does it again, or doesn’t do it again, however you look at it. 50YDs and no score are not exactly what fantasy owners were thinking about when they drafted him.

-Rivers has another clean game with 2 TDs and 250+ YDs.

So with two weeks down, the DLF staff seems to be catching on to how things are going in the NFL, for better or worse, we seem to have wrapped our brains around it. Or have we? Let’s see what the staff thinks will happen in Week Three:

St. Louis @ Chicago

Eric Dickens – Danny Amendola & Brandon Marshall set an NFL record for most combined receptions by two receivers in a single game.

TheFFGhost – The Rams secondary holds Marshall under 90 yards of receiving.

Eric Olinger – Chris Long finally breaks out and registers at least 1.5 sacks.

Jacob Feldman – Marshall flirts with 10 receptions on 15+ targets.

Andy Miley – Cutler and Bradford throw for over 300 yards each and will throw for 4 touchdowns between them.

Eric Hardter – Jay Cutler is sacked six times by an aggressive Rams front, and yells at his teammates some more.

Chris Rohrer – Danny Amendola records at least 10 receptions for 100 yards and Michael Bush totals over 100 yards from scrimmage and a TD.

Jeff Beran – Michael Bush plods his way to 85 yards and 2 TDs on 27 carries.

Buffalo @ Cleveland

Jeff Haverlack – TRich disappoints in week 3, showing that more than great talent is needed to be a fantasy performer.  No TDs and less than 70 yards rushing.

Paymon Shokoohi – Trent Richardson follows up a good week 2 with a great week 3, rushing for 150 yards and 2 TDs.

TheFFGhost – Chandler posts another touchdown in this game.

Eric Olinger – Brandon Weeden has a QB rating over 100 for the second straight week.

Andy Miley – Both Richardson and Spiller have over 150 yards combined and score touchdowns.

Eric Hardter – Greg Little goes for over 100 yards against a suspect Bills secondary.

Dan Hasty – Trent Richardson rushes for more yards than CJ Spiller.

Tampa Bay @ Dallas

Jeff Haverlack – Mike Williams continues to climb the “buy-low” ladder, scoring another TD.

TheFFGhost – Austin goes for over 80 yards and posts a touchdown.

Eric Olinger – Miles Austin continues to outperform Dez Bryant. Austin goes 100+ yards receiving, Dez less than 100 yds receiving.

Jacob Feldman – Austin and Bryant both show up with 200+ yards and 2 TDs between them while Witten lags behind them.

Andy Miley – Romo and Dez owners are rewarded with productive days. Romo will throw for 3+ touchdowns, 350+ yards and Dez gets 100 yards and a score.

Eric Hardter – Tony Romo throws for over 400 yards in a shootout.

Chris Rohrer – Dez finally lives up to the hype when he beats the Bucs D worse than he beat his mom, recording multiple scores.  — (if deemed too inappropriate: Dez finally lives up to his potential with multiple scores against a Bucs D that has been weak against the pass.)

Jeff Beran – Ogletree has a nice bounceback game with 70 yards and a TD; Murray racks up 140 rushing yards, 40 receiving yards, and 2 TDs.

Jacksonville @ Indianapolis

Jeff Haverlack – Donald Brown gets his first 100 yard rushing game of the year and teases fantasy owners … again.

TheFFGhost – Fleener grabs over 7 receptions and posts over 70 yards.

Eric Olinger – Luck throws for 275 and 2 TDs.

Eric Hardter – Justin Blackmon records more than six catches.

NY Jets @ Miami

TheFFGhost – Hartline grabs over 7 receptions.

Eric Olinger – Shonn Greene is held under 70 yards rushing and 0 TD.

Jacob Feldman – Reggie Bush doubles Greene’s yardage numbers on the day.

Andy Miley – Tannehill has another decent day with 250 total yards and scores 2 touchdowns.

Eric Hardter – Tim Tebow gets his first rushing score of the season.

San Francisco @ Minnesota

Jarrett Behar – Christian Ponder 200+ yards, 0 INTs.

TheFFGhost – Jared Allen adds two sacks to his career total.

Eric Olinger – Randy Moss scores at least one time in his return to Minnesota.

Jacob Feldman – Crabtree manages 6+ catch, 100+ yards, and a TD.

Eric Hardter – Adrian Peterson is held to fewer than 60 total yards.

Kansas City @ New Orleans

Eric Dickens – Jamaal Charles gets on track with over 100 rushing yards.

Paymon Shokoohi – Drew Brees throws for 4 TDs, matching his season total.

TheFFGhost – Graham has a great day with two touchdowns.

Eric Olinger – Dwayne Bowe goes over 125 yards receiving with a TD.

Jacob Feldman – Saints get on track with 5 total touchdowns against the Chiefs.

Andy Miley – Colston gets 125 yards and 2 scores after two quiet weeks.

Eric Hardter – Jamaal Charles finally breaks out with 130 total yards as the Chiefs squeak by the Saints.

Dan Hasty – Darren Sproles goes over 100 yards with a touchdown as the Saints finally get a win.

Detroit @ Tennessee

Jeff Haverlack – Titus Young is finally a fantasy factor with 110 receiving yards and a TD.

Eric Dickens – Kenny Britt goes for 100+ yards and a TD.     Matt Stafford & Calvin Johnson hook up for 2+ scores.

Jarrett Behar – Chris Johnson 20+ yards 2.0+ ypc

TheFFGhost – Britt has a modest return to full time duty with fewer than five receptions.

Eric Olinger – Brandon Pettigrew gets 8+ catches for 75 yards a TD.

Jacob Feldman – Ringer plays on 3rd downs and Chris Johnson is under 3.0 YPC once again.

Eric Hardter – Megatron gets his first score of the season…and then two more.

Dan Hasty – Jake Locker gets back on track against a vulnerable secondary. 300 yards and 3 touchdowns as the Titans shock the Lions.

Jeff Beran – Titus Young finishes with more than one reception for 12 yards.

Cincinnati @ Washington

Jeff Haverlack – This is the week that RGIII becomes an every week starter, totalling (4) touchdowns and 400+ yards of offense.

TheFFGhost – RGIII throws for over 250 yards and rushes for another 50+ yards.

Eric Olinger – Andy Dalton throws for 300 yards and 2 TDs.

Jacob Feldman – Garcon misses the game outright or is on the sidelines for most of the game if active. A few weeks from now we learn his injury is the dreaded LisFranc injury.

Andy Miley – RG3 throws for 350 yards, 3+ touchdowns, rushes for 80+ yards and a score.

Eric Hardter – AJ Green goes off for 130 yards and a score.

Chris Rohrer – Fred Davis gets out of his early season funk recording 5+ receptions for 75+ yards and a touchdown.

Dan Hasty – BenJarvus Green-Ellis runs for 100 yards and two touchdowns as both teams score upwards of 30 points.

Philadelphia @ Arizona

Jeff Haverlack – Larry Fitzgerald stays cold with less than 60 yards receiving and 4 or less receptions.

TheFFGhost – Fitzgerald is still held well below his draft position with less than four receptions.

Eric Olinger – No Arizona Cardinal scores an offensive TD.

Jacob Feldman – Fitzgerald continues to struggle but salvages his fantasy day with a short red zone TD.

Eric Hardter – Michael Vick tosses another three INT’s.

Dan Hasty – Larry Fitzgerald goes another week without scoring a touchdown.

Jeff Beran – Eagles D/ST scores 2 TDs

Atlanta @ San Diego

TheFFGhost – Gonzalez has more receptions and yards than Gates.

Eric Olinger – Ryan Mathews gets 150 total yards but fails to reach the endzone.

Jacob Feldman – Mathews starts but misses snaps due to some other injury. Ryan throws for 3 more TDs.

Eric Hardter – Ryan Mathews gets dinged up again, in some way, shape or form.

Chris Rohrer – We finally get a bit more of Jacquizz Rodgers.  Nothing too crazy, but surpasses 50 yards from scrimmage and makes an argument for severely limiting Michael Turner going forward.

Dan Hasty – Julio Jones returns to dominance with over 100 yards and a touchdown.

Jeff Beran – Ryan Mathews plays; Chargers equipment manager accidentally sews “MATTHEWS” onto the back of his jersey; chaos ensues.

Houston @ Denver

Jeff Haverlack – Andre Johnson makes fantasy owners forget about last week with more than 100 yards receiving and a TD

TheFFGhost – Demaryius Thomas out performs Andre Johnson in receptions and yards.

Eric Olinger – Arian Foster rushes for 130+ yards. Ben Tate rushes for less than 50.

Eric Hardter – The Broncos are held to under 300 yards of total offense.

Chris Rohrer – Peyton manning redeems himself throwing for 3 touchdowns and no interceptions.  Demaryius Thomas scores in his third consecutive game.

Dan Hasty – Andre Johnson gets shut down for a second straight week, this time by Champ Bailey in being held under 50 yards receiving.

Pittsburgh @ Oakland

TheFFGhost – Palmer throws for over 300 yards in a loss.

Eric Olinger – In an unexpected shootout both Palmer and Roethlisberger throw for 300+ yards and 3 TDs.

Jacob Feldman – McFadden continues to struggle with under 3.0 YPC.

Eric Hardter – Big Ben tosses three touchdowns as the Steelers win big.

New England @ Baltimore

Eric Dickens – Rob Gronkowski goes “Gronk” on the Ravens, accounting for 2 TD’s & multiple injured defenders.

Paymon Shokoohi – Joe Flacco gets his revenge on the Patriots, going for 300 yards and 3 TDs.

TheFFGhost – Welker gets a touchdown and over 7 receptions.

Eric Olinger – Ray Rice runs wild on NE accounting for 175+ total yards of offense.

Eric Hardter – After Julian Edelman rolls up on Gronk’s ankle, Welker gets off the bench and goes for 160 yards receiving.

Chris Rohrer – Wes Welker reminds us why he was franchised tagged and gets his first 100 yard game and touchdown of the season.

Dan Hasty – Ray Rice has his first off-week against the NFL’s #2 rushing defense, being held to under 70 total yards.

Jeff Beran – Wes Welker, backed by an army of his fantasy owners, storms the Foxboro Castle and overthrows Czar Belichick’s empire, thus reclaiming his rightful throne as the #1 WR in PPR leagues.  Or he gets traded back to Miami for like 19 1st round picks. One or the other.

Green Bay @ Seattle

Jarrett Behar – Jordy Nelson 75+ yards, 1+ TDs.

TheFFGhost – Crosby kicks more field goals than both teams touchdown totals combined.

Eric Olinger – Clay Matthews collects 2 more sacks.

Jacob Feldman – Seattle holds the Packers to under 300 total yards of offense.

Eric Hardter – Seattle’s defense forces Aaron Rodgers into two interceptions and fewer than 25 points.

Dan Hasty – Russellmania begins in Seattle. Russell Wilson throws for 250 yards and two touchdowns as the Seahawks shock Green Bay.

Once again, congratulations to KCGuzz for his winning shots. Let’s see what the rest of you have got. Can you outwit your fellow readers and make sense of what has been a crazy NFL season thus far? We judge entries on difficulty, number or correct shots called and the uniqueness of what is being predicted. Fire away!

Don’t forget, if we select your entry we’ll enter you into a drawing for a full year of DLF premium content and a free DLF t-shirt!

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f00sb4llpete
9 years ago

big games:

demaryius thomas, dez bryant, stephen hill
benjarvus green-ellis, jonathan dwyer, shaun draughn, daryl richardson

14m3s:
calvin johnson, danny amendola
jamaal charles, stephen jackson

ziggy19
9 years ago

I`m benching Brandon Lloyd and Jordy Nelson and putting my money where my mouth is and starting Leonard Hankerson. 8 catches 120 yds and a score.

Ken Dogson
Reply to  ziggy19
9 years ago

Trying to decide right now if I should add Hank from the waiver wire.

27 man league. PPR league.

Currently as benched WRs I have Collie, Hawkins, Massaquoi.

Starters are Julion Jones, Demaryius Thomas, and LaFell.

I have an empty starting spot at WR/RB.

I’d have to drop a WR or Bilal Powell, Bryce Brown, or Robert Turbin.

Ches
Reply to  Ken Dogson
9 years ago

Drop Massaquoi. Add Hank.

BLUEMETAL
9 years ago

St. Louis @ Chicago
1. Chicago dominates the Rams and Kellen Davis is a factor.
2. Bush has a 100+yards day with 1 or more TDs

Buffalo @ Cleveland
1. Cleveland goes back in the tank and Weedan throws multiple picks in a lopsided affair.
2. T. Rich is bottled up and is unable to clear 100 yards
3. Donald Jone has at least 75 yards

Tampa Bay @ Dallas
1. Close game with Dallas edging out TB in the 4th quarter
2. Murray accounts for 100+ yards
3. Doug Martin accounts for 100+ yards

Jacksonville @ Indianapolis
1. High scoring game with 50+ points overall
2. Avery continues to excel with 75+ yards
3. MJD has 100+ yards

NY Jets @ Miami
1. Sanchez has a good game with 2+ TDs
2. Reggie Bush has more receiving yards than rushing yards
3. Tannehil reminds everyone he is a rookie with an ugly game

San Francisco @ Minnesota
1. Ponder has a good game with 2+ TDs
2. AP goes for 100 yards against the vaunted SF defense and also gets a rushing TD
3. Gore picks up an injury

Kansas City @ New Orleans
1. Pierre and Ingram both get 75+ yards and a TD each
2. Colston gets his first TD of the season
3. Cassell throws multiple picks

Detroit @ Tennessee
1. Upset special of the week. TEN beats DET
2. Chris Johnson has over 100 yards
3. Pettigrew has more yards than Titus Young

Cincinnati @ Washington
1. AJ Green gets 100 yards and a TD
2. BJGE also goes for 100 yards

Philadelphia @ Arizona
1. Close game with fewer points than people think, perhaps less than 50
2. Damaris Johnson sees more than 6 targets and has respectable yardage

Atlanta @ San Diego
1. Biggest shootout of the week right here. More than 70 total points
2. Gates goes for 100 yards and a score
3. SD beats Falcons despite a good game
4. Julio is less of a factor than ppl think, perhaps less than 100 yards

Houston @ Denver
1. Manning throws for 2 or more TDs
2. Decker is a factor clearing 100 yards
3. Schaub goes toe-to-toe with Manning resulting in a 75+ yard game for Lestar Jean.

Pittsburgh @ Oakland
1. Shootout again with both Palmer and Ben going for 250+ yards and multiple TDs
2. DMC gets back on track with 100+ yards
3. Denarius Moore has more than 5 receptions and more than 100 yards

New England @ Baltimore
1. Baltimore dominates the game from start to finish
2. Gronk does not score a TD
3. Torrey Smith has 100+ yards
4. Dickson has more yard than Pitta

Green Bay @ Seattle
1. Higher scoring game than ppl think.
2. Rodgers goes back to being Rodgers and destroying the SEA secondary
3. Cobb has 7+ receptions and 80+ yards
4. Wilson has a multiple TD game with at least 40 rushing yards

9 years ago

Awsome that we can do this!

1. Dalton will throw for over 300 yards 2 tds
2. Culter has a carreer game. 350 yards plus 3 tds
3. Peterson has more receiving yards than rushing and is held under 75 total.
4. Chris johnson dissapoints again.
5. Jacksonville dominates on the run and keeps the colts offense off the field for 3/4 of the game.
6. Im right on every prediction.

sean mcguigan
9 years ago

Jets game plan to stop bush and do but still lose game
d Thomas goes to next level with huge game against tough Houston D
AJ Green over130 and a score
Donald brown finally has a break out game going for over 130 total yards and a score
Finley has his one monster game of the year……sell high after it as it will be only one of the year
Big Ben goes off for 325 and 3…..couple of longs ones to wallace and brown included
Trent struggles
Romo monster game
Charles finally looks like Charles
AP bottled up
spiller comes back down to earth
Gates plays but gets hurt again
Mathews plays and has over 130

German C.
9 years ago

WR Mike Williams is overrated, his TD reception last week vs. Giants was a joke.

he is a body catcher , the ball slipped through his Hands/Arm which was extended like a basket to try to catch that pass, if it was not for the helmet of the Giants defender which let the slipped ball bounces off back to the hands of Williams , he would have had a bad drop in the Endzone, then all people would have him low, now just because he went lucky and did catch a highlight shown ball for a TD, he is on his way up……!

Williams is a body catcher and these WR won’t last long in the NFL, stud WR catch with their hands, look over all these Fitz , Johnsons, Greens, Whight etc. soft good hands,

sorry i would have atleast 50 other WR’s than him on my team

Marek Kilanowski
9 years ago

Stl @ chi

Daryl Richardson goes 100+ and a score
Ashlon Jeffery gets 70 and a score

Buff @ cle

Trich goes 100+ rushing 40 receiving and at least one score
Spiller is contained somewhat and “only” gets 100 total yards and a score

Tb @ dall

Both offenses walk up and down the field with ease
Vjax goes 100+ and a score
Ogletree award goes to tiquan underwood with 120+ and 2 tds
Murray and Martin each go over 100 and 2 scores for Murray
Freeman and romo each run one score in

Jax @ ind

Close defensive game
Dwayne Allan goes 60+ and a score
Mjd goes 135+ total yards and a score

Nyj @ Mia

Another close defensive battle
Bush is bottled up under 90 total yards no td

Sf @ minn

Sf D dominates and holds the Vikings to 13 or less with no TD for AP
Kendall hunter gets 80+ and a score in garbage time since sf pulls out gore after 100+ and 2 tds and the game in hand

Kc @ no

JC gets only ten or less touches but takes one of them to the house
Hillis takes advantage this time around punches one in on goal line and gets 80 total tds
Sproles goes off 130+ total yds and a score
No pays way too much attn to bowe and Jon Baldwin goes 80+ and 2 tds

Det @ tenn

Titans offense wakes up sharp and CJ goes 110 total yds and a score
Britt goes 60+ and 2 scores
Pettigrew scores at least once

Cinn @ was

Aj green goes 100+ and a score so does Alfred Morris

Philly @ ari

Close game with a defensive score on each side
Celek goes at least 120 yds

Atl @ sd

Jones and gates both go 100+ and a score
Matthews has a solid return 120 total yds and a score
Philip rivers goes over 375 yds

Hou @ den

Peyton has a mediocre game. 200 yds 2 picks 2 tds
Houston dominates offensively schaub Aj and foster all have strong games

[email protected] oak

Ben throws for 3 tds Miller brown and Wallace each
McFadden struggles again

Matt Wertz
9 years ago

I predict that nobody cares about anyone else’s predictions. When are the rankings on this site going to be re-evaluated? What Is posted now is crazy and flat out wrong in many instances. If the cant be updated they shouldn’t even be posted. Lance Kendrick’s ahead of Bennett is just one of many examples. If ESPN can update their rankings weekly this Site should as well if they want to be taken seriously. I realize they’re rankings aren’t dynasty rankings, and dynasty rankings should change at slower pace but c’mon. That being said there isn’t a day that I don’t check out this site.

JBlake
Reply to  Matt Wertz
9 years ago

Yeah, this shot calling is my least favorite feature also, but lots of people seem to like it.

I love this site, and I’m a premium member, but I’ve also commented on the need to update the rankings. At least every other week by the main 8 writers would be nice. Silliness like Ogletree is nowhere to be found, but Lee Evans and Roy Williams are still there.

I predict that Jordan Shipley is no longer #55 on Ghost’s WR rankings.

I predict Jeff Haverlack takes the rankings very seriously; Kudos to Jeff for updating his rankings today.

stolenmeat
Reply to  Matt Wertz
9 years ago

I agree, this should be some thread in the forums. I’d like to see the rankings maintained better as well.

Admin
Reply to  stolenmeat
9 years ago

It’s something we’re addressing constantly. While dynasty rankings are certainly something that shouldn’t be tinkered with because of early season knee-jerk reactions, they should always be evaluated.

I know I’ve been pushing the writers really hard over the last couple of months and everybody has been extremely busy producing the content to keep up with the growing demand of the community. With as many articles as we’ve been pushing out, it’s been tough to balance and we’ve always felt the rankings are an important part of the site.

I know the group collectively was going through their own rankings and will be updating them all soon. It’s a tougher task than it looks, but it’s being addressed.

As far as this article goes, it’s been fun to watch. Some people are really loving it (it’s one of the most read articles each week) while some obviously don’t find it helpful. More than anything, this is just another way for us to interact with the community and have some fun after producing 20 or so articles each week.

Thanks for the support of site, gang!

sixshooter
Reply to  Ken Kelly
9 years ago

Absolutely nothing wrong with the article! Not sure why some are bashing it but it obviously is a popular one! It is interesting to me to read other’s opinion’s when it comes to how they feel specific player’s are going to play and/or how they feel a specific game is going to play out!

Ryan
9 years ago

STL v CHI: Bears D/ST scores a TD
BUF at CLE:Weeden gets sacked 4+ times
TB at DAL: Dallas wins by at least 10
NYJ at MIA:Tebow has 10+ offensive plays
SF at MIN:AP under 50yds rushing
KC at NO:Bowe and JC combine for over 250yds from scrimmage
CIN at WAS:Morris fumbles and another back takes over the carries
DET at TEN:Jared cook has more catches than Pettigrew
JAX at IND:MJD 100 total yds and a score
PHI at ARZ:Celek scores a TD
ATL at SD:Quizz leads the team in recs
HOU at DEN:Manning gets picked twice, and everyone in Denver panics
PIT at OAK:combined rush yards under 115
NE at BAL: NE wins, currently BAL favored -2.5

Billy Walker
9 years ago

StL/Chi – Robert Quinn sacks Cutler twice.
Buf/Cle – Stevie Johnson scores for third straight game and this time gets 60+ yards receiving.
TB/Dal – Jason Witten gets his first TD of the year.
Jax/Ind – Donald Brown rushes for 100+ yards.
NYJ/Mia – Ryan Tannehill throws 2 INTs.
SF/Min – Alex Smith throws his first INT of the year, and first since 11/24.
KC/NO – Drew Brees gets 4 TDs.
Det/Ten – Kevin Smith leads all RBs in this game in total yards.
Cin/Was – Andrew Hawkins gets 6+ catches and 80+ yards.
Phi/Ari – Vick gets knocked out of the game and Cards get surprise win as Kolb finds Fitzgerald for a TD.
Atl/SD – Matt Ryan throws for 275+ and 2 TDs.
Hou/Den – Willis McGahee gets 100+ yards rushing.
Pit/Oak – Jonathan Dwyer gets 75+ yards rushing and a TD.
NE/Bal – Julian Edelman catches 6 passes for 70+ yards.
GB/Sea – Cedric Benson rushes for less than 50 yards.

Doug Dischler
9 years ago

Danny Oblongata gets shut down in Chicago on a chilly windy day.

Spiller doubles up on TRich, going for over 150 yards combined.

D Murray goes over a 100, and drops a TD on Tampa

Dwayne Allen scores again, making him the redzone target TE to own in Indy

S Greene doubles up on Reggie Bush, going for over 100 on the ground, another 25 in the air

Frank Gore runs through Minnesota’s defense for 125 yards, and 2 scores. Crabtree drops another 125 on them, with a score as well.

Drew Brees gets on track with over 300 yards, and 75 yards to at least 3 different players through the air.

Megatron also gets on track, to the tune of 10 catches, over 200 yards, and a pair of scores.

The Law Firm is held to 50 yards on the ground as Washington runs (or…should that be…passes) away with this one with another big game from RGIII.

Vick shows signs of redemption with 250 yards in the air, another 50 on the ground, and 4 total TD’s.

Ryan Mathews suffers a setback from his broken clavicle, out another 8 weeks this time.

Sweet Willie runs for 2 TD’s against Houston.

Run-DMC goes off at Pittsburgh with Harrison and Troy on the sidelines for over 150 yards and 2 scores.

Flacco picks New England apart for over 300, and a pair of long TD’s to Torry Smith.

Russell Wilson has a big day, but its not enough as Green Bay wins a squeaker on the road thanks to a late Mason Crosby field goal.

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9 years ago

RG3 has his first bad start costing many a win this week

Ponder or AP gets knocked the fuck out

DMC goes for over 100 and a TD

Foster explodes close to 200 and 3 TD

MJD get 110 and TD

Brees/Cassel combine for 700 and 8 TDs

Gronk disappoints as NE goes to 1-2

Staff and Calvin cant get it done yet again Titans win as CJ goes for 100+ and finally scores

Blackmon gets first TD

Luck is top 10 this week

Ryan Mathews 120+ 2TD (1 rec)

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