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Calling our Shots: Week Four

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 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 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!

Despite an exciting week of fantasy football play the big news coming into week four is by far the return of the locked out referees. We saw an absolute travesty take place on Monday and, with all due respect to you Seattle Seahawks fans out there, the wrong team won that game. The outcome of that game appears to have prompted a deal between the referees and the NFL. Elsewhere, we saw Jamaal Charles rush for an astounding 233 yards. We also saw Ben Roethlisberger throw four touchdowns and compile 384 passing yards. On the flip side, Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Matt Stafford and Cam Newton each have one win, Drwe Brees has none – not exactly what we expected from the stud quarterbacks from last year.

How about another set of studs, the DLF staff? How did we do last week (I’m kidding but tell me that isn’t just the best Segway you’ve ever heard)? Well, the DLF staff posted a respectable 18 shots called. Eric Olinger again had the best performance with five shots called. Eric appears to have an inside line to the replacement referees so let’s see if he can repeat his performance from the past two weeks now that the “real” referees are back!

TheFFGhostThe Rams secondary holds Marshall under 90 yards of receiving.

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

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

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

Eric OlingerLuck throws for 275 and 2 TDs.

Eric OlingerShonn Greene is held under 70 yards rushing and 0 TD.

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

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

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

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

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

TheFFGhost – Gonzalez has more receptions and yards than Gates.

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.

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

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

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

We had another four shots called that were pretty darn close, Chris Rohrer called half of these shots:

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

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

TheFFGhost – Welker gets a touchdown and over 7 receptions.

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

So on to the good part, which one of you has been selected as the winner from last week? Well that honor goes to ‘Sean Mcguigan’. Sean Mcguigan had some pretty interesting shots that he called that ended up coming true:

-AJ Green over130 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.

-Charles finally looks like Charles.

-Spiller comes back down to earth.

Let’s see if the DLF staff can keep up the hot streak or if the replacement referees absence throws the called shots into disarray. Here are the DLF shots that we’ve called for week four:

Carolina @ Atlanta

Jeff Haverlack – DeAngelo Williams has a TD and nearly 120 combined yards … teasing owners.  

TheFFGhost – Cam has at least one more rushing TD than all other players combined.

Eric Olinger – Matt Ryan throws for 300 yards and 3 TDs.

Eric Hardter – Both teams eclipse 30 points.

Jaron Foster – Quizz continues to increase playing time with 100 total yards and a TD.

New England @ Buffalo

Jeff Haverlack – Buffalo beats NE and Fitzpatrick has a nice game 250+ yards, 2 TDs.

TheFFGhost – Stevie Johnson has at least 5 receptions and over 75 yards receiving

Eric Olinger – Gronk scores twice.

Andy Miley –  Highest scoring game of the week.

Eric Hardter – Tashard Choice leads the Bills in rushing.

Chris Rohrer – Tom Brady records 300+ passing yards and 3 TDs.  No running back eclipses over 100 total yards from scrimmage.

Minnesota @ Detroit

Jeff Haverlack – Titus Young is the secret weapon again.  90 Yards, 1 TD.

Eric Dickens – Christian Ponder accounts for 3+ TD’s.

TheFFGhost – Jerome Simpson reappears and gets at least 4 catches.

Eric Olinger – Adrian Peterson eclipses the 100 yard mark rushing.

Eric Hardter – Mikel LeShoure is held to under 70 total yards.

Chris Rohrer – Percy Harvin has at least 12 touches and 100 yards from scrimmage.

Jeff Beran – Calvin Johnson catches 2 TDs with over 120 yards receiving.

San Diego @ Kansas City

Eric Dickens – Ryan Mathews has 120+ total yards.

TheFFGhost – Mathews and Charles both go over 100 total yards.

Eric Olinger – Dwayne Bowe has 5+ catches and 80+ yards with a TD.

Eric Hardter – Jamaal Charles comes back down to earth, with only 150 total yards.

Chris Rohrer – Resumes his full workload and has over 100 yards rushing, however his touchdown is vultured due to his fumbling problems.

Jeff Beran – Jamaal Charles finishes with under 100 total yards.

Seattle @ St. Louis

Jeff Haverlack – Lynch totals 150 combined yards and 2 TDs.

TheFFGhost – Total passing yards for both teams combined is held under 450 yards.

Eric Olinger – Marshawn Lynch destroys the Rams with 125+ yards rushing.

Eric Hardter – Sam Bradford gets sacked six times.

Chris Rohrer – Daryl Richardson has no less than 10 touches and 50 total yards.

Jeff Beran – Russell Wilson throws for 2 TDs, runs for 1 more.

San Francisco @ NY Jets

TheFFGhost – Vernon Davis racks up 5+ catches as the Jets defense is exposed.

Eric Olinger – Vernon Davis makes it 4 for 4 and scores another TD.

Andy Miley – Alex Smith throws for 250+ yards and 2-3 scores.

Eric Hardter – Randy Moss makes the most of his playing time, scoring a TD against the Revis-less Jets.

Tennessee @ Houston

Jeff Haverlack – Huge day for Arian Foster. 150+ yards and 2 TDs.

Eric Dickens – Ben Tate goes over 100 yards again.

TheFFGhost – Against all odds Chris Johnson goes over 100 total yards.

Eric Olinger – Chris Johnson has less than 40 yards rushing but Locker throws for 300+ again.                                                                                                                        

Andy Miley – Ben Tate has 100 combined yards and a score.

Eric Hardter – Chris Johnson averages more than two yards per carry on the day.

Cincinnati @ Jacksonville

Jeff Haverlack – Armon Binns continues to emerge. 80+ yards, 1 TD.

Jarrett Behar – AJ Green less than 70 yards.

TheFFGhost – Dalton absolutely annhilates the Jacksonville defense passing for over 300+ yards.

Eric Olinger – Can I predict this game will be blacked out? Does that count? Green-Ellis has 75 yards and a TD.

Andy Miley – Andrew Hawkins and Justin Blackmon each have 50+ yards and a score.

Eric Hardter – Andy Dalton “only” throws for 240 yards this week.

Miami @ Arizona

Jeff Haverlack – Ryan Williams vaults into fantasy relevance with nearly 100 yards and a TD.

TheFFGhost – Ryan Williams goes over 100+ total yards.

Eric Olinger – Arizona will score at least one D/ST touchdown.

Andy Miley – Lowest NFL score this week.

Eric Hardter – Kevin Kolb reverts back to his normal form, accounting for three turnovers

Chris Rohrer – Miami held to under 300 offensive yards.

Oakland @ Denver

Jeff Haverlack – Eric Decker continues to disappoint, totalling less than 50 yards on 4 receptions.

TheFFGhost – Manning lights up the Oakland defense for over 250 passing yards and two touchdowns.

Eric Olinger – Peyton Manning throws 3 TDs and 250 yards.

Andy Miley – Eric Decker has 125+ yards and a TD.

Eric Hardter – Carson Palmer throws for 275+ yards despite a depleted WR corps.

Chris Rohrer – Denarius Moore has over 100 yards receiving.

Jeff Beran – Demaryius Thomas gets 150 and a TD.

New Orleans @ Green Bay

Jeff Haverlack – Rodgers takes out his Seattle frustration out on the Saints, throwing for nearly 400 yards.

Eric Dickens – Jordy Nelson blows up with 2 TD’s.

Jarrett Behar – Pierre Thomas 100+ total combined yards.

TheFFGhost – Graham gets over six receptions and scores a touchdown.

Eric Olinger – Cedric Benson has his first 100 yard game as a Packer.

Andy Miley – Rodgers and Brees combine for over 550 yards and 5 touchdowns.

Eric Hardter – Marques Colston scores his first TD of the year.

Jaron Foster – Rodgers returns to elite status with 300+ yards passing and 3 TDs.

Jeff Beran – Rodgers spreads the love with 5 TDs to at least 4 different receivers.

Washington @ Tampa Bay

Jeff Haverlack – Martin and Morris both get into the end zone.

Eric Dickens – Doug Martin goes over 100 yards w/ greater than 5.0 ypc.

TheFFGhost – RGIII has over 350+ total yards of offense with at least one passing and one rushing touchdown.

Eric Olinger – Vincent Jackson has 100 yards receiving.

Eric Hardter – RGIII accounts for 400 yards of offense and three TD’s.

NY Giants @ Philadelphia

Jarrett Behar – Andre Brown 75+ yards.

TheFFGhost – Bennett posts another touchdown.

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

Andy Miley – McCoy rebounds with 130+ combined yards and 2 touchdowns.

Eric Hardter – Hakeem Nicks returns and abuses the Eagles’ secondary for 120 yards and a TD.

Chris Rohrer Andre Brown receives more carries than Ahmad Bradshaw.

Jaron Foster – Bennett keeps the streak alive with another TD.

Jeff Beran – Ahmad Bradshaw overcomes the “neck bulge” and puts up 130 total yards and a TD. Andre Brown gets 7 carries for 20 yards. Giants win big by abusing the Philly OL. Nick Foles makes his season debut.

Chicago @ Dallas 

Jeff Haverlack – Dez Bryant catches 7 balls for 120 yards and a TD.

TheFFGhost – Three players go over 80 yards of receiving in this game.

Eric Olinger – Miles Austin continues to out produce Dez Bryant.

Andy Miley – Teams combine for 8 sacks given up.

Eric Hardter – DeMarcus Ware tallies three sacks of Smokin’ Jay Cutler.

Chris Rohrer – Jay Cutler pushes the wrong guy, and one of his offensive lineman eats him.

We at DLF hope those of you reading and participating in this series have enjoyed it as much as we have. We’ve been amazed by the support and readership we’ve received for this series! Keep your predictions coming and remember that we judge entries on difficulty, number or correct shots called and the uniqueness of what is being predicted. A big high five to Sean Mcguigan for winning the reader section of week three! Can you win week four?

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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10 years ago

Yeah…..about that whole Hakeem Nicks prediction. I should’ve “boldly” predicted he’d somehow hurt himself again and miss the game, huh?

10 years ago

CHI @ DAL: Marshall is held under 90 yards and doesn’t score by the Cowboys’ shutdown CBs.
NYG @ PHI: Andre Brown scores more FF points than Ahmad Bradshaw.
WAS @ TB: Vincent Jackson has one his trademark big games, going over 120 yards and at least one TD.
NO @ GB: ARod returns to elite in full force, going 350+ yards and 3+ TDs.
OAK @ DEN: DemThom continues his excellence, going 130+ and 1+.
MIA @ ARI: Reggie Bush, playing hobbled, continues his RB1 pace, getting 100 yards from scrimmage and a TD.
CIN @ JAX: Andrew Hawkins has at least 5 receptions and 70 yards.
TEN @ HOU: Jake Locker struggles against fearsome HOU D, passing for less than 250 yards and 2 TDs or less.
SF @ NYJ: Santonio continues his resurgence, getting 6+ for 80+.
SEA @ STL: Bruce Irvin registers 2 sacks and Bradford gets sacked at least 5 times.

Dave Lamson
10 years ago

My gut feeling says that Washington/Tampa game will be a shootout. Both RG3 and Freeman will light it up. Owners of both those QB’s will be in heaven this week.

10 years ago

Love the piece, but I have to strongly disagree with the Ryan Williams predictions. Miami has allowed 2.5 yards per carry this year. They’ve played Foster, McFadden, and Shonn Greene (scariest one I know). Unless Williams gets 30+ carries I don’t expect him to pass 100.

Alan Bauerle
10 years ago

Jeff I hope your right about armon binns!!

Reply to  Alan Bauerle
10 years ago

Me too. 🙂

sean mcguigan
10 years ago

D Thomas has career game over 160 yards receiving and at least 2 tds
Bradshaw and brown both play but brown outshines Bradshaw and cements himself as better half of what will be platoon rest of way.
Barden does not follow up big game this week and is held to 3 catches for 45 yards
Freeman explodes against horrendous redskin defense for close to 300 and 3 total scores(this will easily be his best game of the year)
Maclin comes back off week off and has solid game with 100 and a score…he is clearly the WR to own when healthy in Philly
Ben Tate out shines foster for one of only a couple times a year that will happen

Dillon Correll
10 years ago

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

you have this under shots called yet the Steelers didn’t win last week. shouldn’t it be under close calls?

10 years ago

-Carolina @ Atlanta – Cam Newton has more fantasy points than Matt Ryan
-New England @ Buffalo – Steve Johnson scores more fantasy points than Gronk (non ppr)
-Minnesota @ Detroit – Percy Harvin has 6+ receptions and 100 yards from scrimmage
-San Diego @ Kansas City – Dwayne Bowe has over 100 receiving yards
-Seattle @ St. Louis – Rams rush for less than 50 yards combined as a team
-San Francisco @ NY Jets – Santonio Holmes has over 75 receiving yards and a TD
-Tennessee @ Houston – Chris Johnson has more rushing yards than Ben Tate
-Cincinnati @ Jacksonville – Andy Dalton throws for more than 250 yards (bold I know)
-Miami @ Arizona – Ryan Williams rushes for less than 50 yards
-Oakland @ Denver – Demaryius Thomas has 2 TDs
-New Orleans @ Green Bay – Teams combine for 700+ passing yards
-Washington @ Tampa Bay – Josh Freeman throws less interceptions than Griffin III
-NY Giants @ Philadelphia – Lesean McCoy rushes for 100+ yards and scores a TD
-Chicago @ Dallas – Brandon Marshall has 100+ yards receiving and a TD

Mike Wendland
10 years ago

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– Cassel accounts for 3 more turnovers (2 INT + 1 FL)
– Bowe finishes with 4 catches for under 50 yards, no TDs

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– Martin gets 120+ total yards, 1 TD
– LB Rob Jackson leads the Redskins in tackles

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– Wilson gets his first rushing TD

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– Felix gets benched, Tanner gets his first carry or reception of the season

Skinny Elvis
10 years ago

Eagles/giants
Vick gets 4 total tds between rush/pass

RavingLunatic
10 years ago

CHI @ DAL: Dez Bryant scores two TDs
NYG @ PHI: Maclin scores a TD and leaves the game again with another injury
WAS @ TB: Fred Davis has 50+ yds and a TD
NO @ GB: Brees and Rodgers both throw at least 3 TDs each
OAK @ DEN: Demaryius Thomas has 100+yds and a TD
MIA @ ARI: Lamar Miller scores another TD
CIN @ JAX: BJGE has 100+yds rushing and a TD
TEN @ HOU: Chris Johnson finally gets at least 50 yds
SF @ NYJ: Powell has at least 50 more yds than Greene (rush+rec) and has a receiving TD
SEA @ STL: Golden Tate catches another TD

Raving Lunatic
Reply to  RavingLunatic
10 years ago

continued…
CAR @ ATL: Quizz gets a TD and more yards than Turner
NE @ BUF: Gronk has at least 10 rec and 1 TD
MIN @ DET: 100+ yards and 1 TD for Percy
SD @ KC: Rivers has 200+ yards passing and at least 2 TDs

10 years ago

Back after an unexpected week off. OK- the regular refs get a standing “O” their first game back. Oh, that’s right, I saw that in real life and not just in a dream. Tough one as a big Packer fan:
NO @ GB:
-NO finally figures out that Sproles is THE secret weapon, and he goes for 125 total yards and a score.
-Rodgers gets well on the NO D, but not as well as you might think; 300 yds and 2 scores are nice, but not the 400 yes and 3+ scores the fantasy owners are looking for. BG chooses to get some use out of CedBen and plods for 80+.

Car @ Atl:
-Cam pouts again as the Atlanta D mutes his line to some degree. Carolina gets behind early again and Cam is forced to get back in the pocket in the 2nd half. Cam throws 2 picks with a key one coming late to seal the deal. Ryan hooks up with his stable of weapons for 3+ TDs.

NE @ Buff: NE and there D get mad (finally), turn over the Bills 4 times en route to a 20-pt blowout. Welker gets back in the action with 100yds and a score. Rookie on the rise RB Boldin gets 8+ touches and some short yardage work for the NE side, and gets a goal line carrie again. Ridley owners beware.

Minn @ Det: Yes, AP is back, ready for more work, 125 total from scrimmage and 2 scores. Stafford racks it up trying to keep pace with what his lowly defense is giving up and goes for 400 yds.

SD @ KC: Mathews owners (myself included) get disappointed again as he fails to get in the end zone at Arrowhead. The Chiefs wear down the SD D with more of Charles in Charge(rs), 100 yes and a score and team rushing of 200 yes.

Sea @ ST Louis: Close game with Seattle feeling the MNF hangover. Wilson not so glorious in this one as he throws two picks, and St. Louis gets one at home. RIchardson, and not SJax, gets in the end zone for St. Louis, and where he hasn’t already, burns up the waiver wire in the next week on his 100 yd day.

SF @ Jets: Gore scores, Hunter scores, 200 yards rushing for SF. SF D gets mad and holds the Jets O to under 10.

Tenn @ Hous: Everyone keeps predicting the breakout for CJ-whatever, but it just isn’t coming as he is held to 50 yards and gives up the football. I’d mention his lack of pass blocking and probably going to get Locker killed, but that’s a given.

Oak @ Den: Peyton gets it done this week by limiting errors, 300 yards and 3 scores today.

Mia @ Ariz: The Ryan Williams show starts today with 20 touches, 125 yards, one score and another vultured by the guy with all the names (Stephens-Howlings).

Cin @ Jax: Cincinnati gets it done by turning over Mr. gabber 3 times and getting a score on defense. BJGE gets in the end zone twice, meaning the passing attack of dalton to Green have a relatively quiet day as they’re not needed.

Wash @ TB: Alfred Morris Day and the Nights turn the lights dim in TB and he really gets settled in as “the guy” with 125 yards and 2 scores.

NYG @ Phil: Vick does not finish what he starts, turns it over being being hammered into submission this week. The G-Men methodiaclly wear down the wide-9 defense of Philly with Bradshaw, Brown, and even some of the rookie Wilson for 200 yards rushing.

Chi @ Dall: Chicago continues to go one week up, one week down and falls to Dallas. Cutler turns it over 3 more times in the big spot. Romo gets unleashed for 3 scores and player of the game.

TTT
10 years ago

NO @ GB
Each tie end tears up the other team for 75 yards and a score. The Packers total 150 yards rushing, Rodgers 300 and two scores. Outside of Graham, Moore is the only fantasy relevant receiver for the Saints today.

CAR @ ATL
Ryan tears apart the Panthers and the Falcons go into halftime up 21. Newton puts up more yards rushing than passing against the Falcons D.

NE @ BUF
Stevie scores another TD. Welker has 100 yards, and Ridley has 60 yards and a TD.

MN @ DET
On Ponder! The Minnesota pass rush, or Jared Allen for that matter, are relentless, but Stafford still manages more than 20 fantasy points.s

SD @ KC
Charles rips the Chargers, but the Chiefs find a hard time passing the ball. Philip Rivers throws for 250 yards and two scores, one pick. Gates is a big part of SD’s passing game.

SEA @ SL
Lynch rushes for 125 yards and a score, nothing much else doing in this game unless you have Seattle’s D.

SF @ NYJ
What’s up Holmes? Holmes is relevant as an WR3 against SF, maybe surprising some. Hunter finally gets in the mix as SF is up 21+ by the third quarter.

TENN @ HOU
Locker struggles, Foster and Tate don’t.

OAK @ DEN
Don’t see much of worth here, maybe that’s just me.

MIA @ ARZ
Ryan Williams destroys the Dolphins run D for 80 yards and two TDs. He’s the explosive runner they need. Fitzgerald gets 100 yards and a score.
CIN @ JAX
AJ Green has another 150+ yard game, and MJD has 150 total yards.

WASH @ TB
RGIII has a tough day, but Ryan Grant gets in the mix for about 8 touches and Alfred Morris steals the show. Doug Martin gets 60 total yards and a score. Only 60 yards because TB will be throwing from behind.
NYG @ PHI
Manning devastates the “vaunted” Eagles pass D. McCoy gets 125 total yards and a score, Vick doesn’t make it through the game.

CHI @ DAL
Austin gets 75 yards and a score, Bush gets 90 rushing yards and a score, and Bryant gets 50 yards and a score.

Doug Dischler
10 years ago

CAR @ ATL – Julio Jones goes off for 3 TD’s. Mainly because I just traded him.
NE @ BUF – Welker is important once again, pulling in 150 yards, but no scores. Gronk finds the redzone.
MN @ DET – Calvin Johnson field day. Over 200 yards and 2 scores.
SD @ KC – Mathews fumbles again.
SEA @ Saint Looey (shameless replacement ref jab) – Russell Wilson continues to impress with a solid game. 250 through the air, 1 passing TD, 1 rushing TD, and no INT’s.
SAN @ NYJ – No man is an island, and San Fran takes advantage. 150 for Crabtree, and a score.
TEN @ HOU – Owen Daniels sighting, pulling in 5 catches, and a score. Under 50 yards for CJ again.
CIN @ JAC – Dalton under 220 yards, but a score. BJGE drops 2 in the endzone.
MIA @ AZ – Arizona has the lead all day. Less than 200 for Kolb, but over 100 for Williams, with a score.
OAK @ DEN – Less than 75 on the ground for Run DMC, but over 75 through the air.
NEO @ GB – Interception for MD Jennings. Nuff said. Geaux Pack Geaux.
WSH @ TAM – Another big day for RGIII, 300 through the air, 75 on the ground. 3 total TD’s.
NYG @ PHI – Big game for Vick. Mainly because I just traded him, part deaux.
CHI @ DAL – Cutler is thoroughly disappointing, less than 200 yards, no scores and a pair of picks.

Bonus shot – Golden Tate breaks both arms, and his jaw, allowing him to never be able to, or say again that he “caught that ball”. Loses all fantasy relevance, as if he had any. Nuff said part deaux.

Coach
10 years ago

Vincent Jackson has 120 and a touch

Arian Foster scores 3 touchdowns

Benjarvus Green Ellis has 100 and 2 touchdowns

MJD has 150 and a touchdown

Jimmy Graham goes for 100 and a touchdown

Demaryius Thomas has 120 and a touchdown

Peyton Manning throws for 300 and 3 TDs

Michael Turner has 100 yards.

Lesean McCoy fails to score or total 100 rushing yards.

Mikel LeShoure has no more than 75 rush yards.

Jay Cutler gets sacked more times than Brandon Marshall catches a pass.

Jackson C.
10 years ago

Jeremy Maclin will have over 100 yards and a TD

Brandon Lloyd will be held under 70 yards rec.

Doug Martin will have over 120 yards and a TD.

Jimmy Graham will have more fantasy points than the Saints real score vs. the Packers.

Jamaal Charles will have less than 80 yards.

Demaryius Thomas will have over 130 yards recieving

Miles Austin and Dez Bryant will be shut down by the Bears’ corners

Peyton Manning will throw multiple interceptions.

Ben Tate will have over 60 yards and a TD.

nick_depinho
10 years ago

Sanchez 300 yards 3 tds… bang heard it here first

Dr Charles Nichols
Reply to  nick_depinho
10 years ago

lulz

Admin
Reply to  TheFFGhost
10 years ago

You can just go ahead and delete my predictions this week…ugly.

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