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Calling our Shots: Week Six

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!

What has been a wild and, at time, unpredictable NFL season continued into Week 5. We saw Ahmad Bradshaw rush for 200 yards against Cleveland, a feat which made him the lead rusher for this week. Meanwhile, Reggie Wayne pulled in an incredible 13 receptions for 212 yards and a touchdown in a highly emotional game against the Green Bay Packers which the Colts were able to just barely squeak out and dedicated to their ailing coach, Chuck Pagano.

Following the conclusion of Week 5 the NFL now only has two undefeated teams left, one from the AFC in the Houston Texans and one on the NFC with the Atlanta Falcons. We also saw some brutal injuries that could affect fantasy teams going forward as Ryan Williams, Donald Brown and Brian Cushing all will miss significant time or the remainder of the year. All in all a week filled with emotional and statistical ups and downs.

Speaking of ups and downs the DLF staff, after riding a wave of successful weekly predictions, faced what can only be described as wipeout in terms of successful called shots. This week the DLF staff only was able to muster a grand total of 10 shots called. Once again this week Eric Olinger and TheFFGhost tied for the lead Shot Caller of the week with three successful shots called for each of them. The successful shots called are below:

(Note: Due to an unforeseen error the Monday night shots were omitted from last week’s article, one shot was called successful and two shots were close. We have added those to this article but we wanted to make our readers aware that we weren’t trying to sneak some shots in.)

Eric Olinger – Green-Ellis rushes for less than 70 yards no TDs

Eric Hardter – Andrew Luck eclipses 320 yards passing in an unexpected shootout.

Eric Olinger – Tony Gonzalez 5+ catches and a TD

TheFFGhost – Mendy returns and nabs at least 50+ total yards in shared work.

Eric Olinger – Brandon Marshall catches 7+ passes for over 80 yds

Jarrett Behar – McGahee 5+ receptions

TheFFGhost – Welker steps up due to injuries everywhere and grabs at least 10 receptions.

Eric Hardter – Colin Kaepernick vultures another rushing TD.

Jaron Foster – Mathews totals 100+ total yards and a score

TheFFGhost – Kerley is now the man in NY, he grabs at least five receptions as the Jets sorely miss Holmes.

In regards to close shots the DLF team fell just shot on five of their called shots. Here are those shots:

Eric Hardter – Michael Vick resumes his error-prone ways, accounting for three turnovers.

Andy Miley – Gore and Hunter, both, rush for 80+ yards and a touchdown

Eric Hardter – Philip Rivers throws for 300 yards as the Chargers send the Saints to an 0-5 record.

Eric Dickens – Shonn Greene & Bilal Powell account for < 40 total yards

Eric Olinger – JJ Watt increases his streak of games with multiple sacks to five. The guy is a MANimal.

While none of our readers had a particularly stellar week, just as the DLF staff, we chose “Christopher Hallam” on the strength of his Mendenhall return shot and the Lynch/Cam shot. Both were dead on and were pretty hard to call. Congratulations Christopher Hallam, you’ve been 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 are Chris’ called shots:

-Mendenhall celebrates his return with more all-purpose yds. than McCoy on the day; but does not get in the endzone (McCoy does).

-Lynch has the same number of TDs as Newton has INTs.

-Drew Brees will show the world one more time why he is so many levels ahead of Philip Rivers. Brees will break the Johnny U record and give his team their first WIN of the season.

So after a terrible Week 5 the DLF staff is anxious to jump into Week 6 and redeem our strong predictions from weeks 1-4. Here are the shots we’ve called for Week 6: 

Oakland @ Atlanta 

Eric Dickens – Julio Jones & Roddy White will combine for 250 yards and 3 TD’s.

TheFFGhost – Ryan passes for the most yards out of any quarterback in week 6.

Eric Olinger – Carson Palmer throws for 300+ yards.

Andy Miley – Start all your Atlanta passing game players, expect 300 yards passing, Julio, Roddy, and Tony will have 100 yards or a TD or both.

Eric Hardter – Matt Ryan and Carson Palmer will combine for 650 yards passing.

Jaron Foster – Quizz with 100 total yards and a score.

Cincinnati @ Cleveland 

TheFFGhost – Trich has more rushing yards than the entire Bengals team.

Eric Olinger – Green-Ellis breaks 80 yards and a scores a TD.

Andy Miley – Both quarterbacks throw for 300 yards and 2 TDs each.

Eric Hardter – Trent Richardson will account for 120 total yards against an overrated Bengals defense.

Chris Rohrer – Browns get their first win of the season at home.

Jeff Beran – I expect a shootout. TDs for AJ Green and Andrew Hawkins.

St. Louis @ Miami 

TheFFGhost – Tannehill passes for more yards but Bradford passes for more touchdowns.

Eric Olinger – Reggie Bush has 120+ total yards.

Eric Hardter – Robert Quinn continues his breakout season by posting another two sacks.

Chris Rohrer – Ryan Tannehill gets his first multi-passing touchdown game along with 250 yards.

Indianapolis @ NY Jets

Eric Dickens – Jeremy Kerley collects 5+ receptions (although it might take 10 targets from those QB’s).

Jarrett Behar – Vick Ballard 100+ rushing yards

TheFFGhost – Ballard rushes for more yards and touchdowns than Green.

Eric Olinger – Andrew Luck throws for 300 yards and 2 TDs.

Andy Miley – Both Indy tight ends get over 50 yards and a score each.

Eric Hardter – Tim Tebow is the quarterback for 10+ offensive plays.

Jaron Foster – Powell will have most yardage by a RB in this game.

Detroit @ Philadelphia 

Eric Dickens – LeSean McCoy has his season high in carries (27+).

Jarrett Behar – Megatron 100+ rec yards.

TheFFGhost – Leshoure goes for over 75+ total yards and gets a touchdown.

Eric Olinger – Mike Vick snaps out of his funk and picks up 300+ total yards.

Andy Miley – Calvin goes crazy 140+ yards and at least 1 score

Eric Hardter – Mikel Leshoure continues his plodding ways, running for under 3 ypc.

Chris Rohrer – Stafford gets back on track with over 300 passing yards and a pair of touchdowns.

Jeff Beran – McCoy finishes with 200 total yards and at least 1 TD.

Kansas City @ Tampa Bay

TheFFGhost – Despite a washed out quarterback throwing to him Bowe goes over 100 receiving yards.

Eric Olinger – Brady Quinn finishes the game with a higher QB rating than Freeman. Also throws his first TD as a Chief.

Andy Miley – Doug Martin gets back on track with 120 combined yards and a touchdown

Eric Hardter – The Chiefs will ride Jamaal Charles to another game of 30+ touches.

Chris Rohrer – Doug Martin records his first 100 yard rushing game.

Dallas @ Baltimore 

TheFFGhost – Two of Dallas’ receivers will tally more receiving yards than the top Baltimore receiver.

Eric Olinger – Dennis Pitta scores a TD and has at least 5 catches.

Andy Miley – Ray Rice finally has a breakout game 150+ total yards and 3 touchdowns.

Eric Hardter – Tony Romo lights up a soft Ravens’ pass D for over 320 yards and 2+ TD’s.

Jeff Beran – DeMarco Murray rides an improved OL to 125+ total yards and a TD.

New England @ Seattle 

TheFFGhost – Seattle holds the entire New England team under 120 rushing yards but Brady throws for over 300 yards.

Eric Olinger – Brandon Bolden is the leading Patriots rusher this week after Ridley’s fumble issues resurfaced.

Andy Miley – Start your defensive players and kickers, looking like a 10-6 game

Eric Hardter – Wes Welker again leads the Pats in receiving, leading to another weekly postponement of Brandon Lloyd’s “inevitable” breakout.

Chris Rohrer – Welker has yet another 100+ yards through the air, but Brandon Lloyd gets the non-TE receiving touchdown.

Buffalo @ Arizona 

Eric Dickens – Arizona almost completely abandons any semblance of a run game, rushing less than 25% of the time.

Jarrett Behar – LSH 5+ receptions

TheFFGhost – Arizona comes out angry, at least three sacks by the Arizona defense, Buffalo’s defense matches the total though.

Eric Olinger – Andre Roberts is the leading Arizona receiver in this game.

Andy Miley – William Powell gets 80 yards and a score.

Eric Hardter – Put up or shut up time for Mario Williams, who responds with two sacks.

Jaron Foster – Dynasty alert: Housler with 5+ receptions and a TD.

Jeff Beran – Buffalo defense gets back on track, shuts Kolb down and returns an INT or a Fumble for a TD.

NY Giants @ San Francisco

Jarrett Behar – Eli Manning 40+ passing attempts.

TheFFGhost – Despite the 49ers stout defense, Eli will pass for over 300 yards.

Eric Olinger – Michael Crabtree catches 5+ balls for at least 80 yards.

Andy Miley – Alex Smith throws for 275 and 3 scores.

Eric Hardter – Ahmad Bradshaw crashes back down to earth hard, totaling under 50 yards rushing.

Minnesota @ Washington 

TheFFGhost – RGIII returns and goes off, over 250 yards passing and over 75 yards rushing.

Eric Olinger – Kyle Rudolph finds the endzone this week.

Andy Miley – Pierre Garcon has 100 yards and a touchdown.

Eric Hardter – Alfred Morris struggles against the stout Vikings’ run D, totaling under 75 rushing yards and no rushing TD’s.

Green Bay @ Houston

TheFFGhost – Houston doesn’t have an answer for Cobb as he pulls in at least five receptions.

Eric Olinger – Arian Foster continues to shoulder the offensive load with 150+ total yards.

Andy Miley – Andre Johnson gets 100 yards and a touchdown

Eric Hardter – Owen Daniels continues to be Matt Schaub’s favorite target and leads the team in receiving.

Jeff Beran – Rodgers leads the Packers past the Texans with 375 yards passing and a rushing TD.

Denver @ San Diego

Eric Dickens – Demaryius Thomas scores 2 TD’s with 0 fumbles.

TheFFGhost – Rivers and Manning combine for over 550 yards combined.

Eric Olinger – Antonio Gates abuses the Broncos weak LB corp for his first multiple TD game of the year.

Andy Miley – Peyton and Rivers throw for over 300 yards and 2 scores each.

Eric Hardter – Ryan Mathews fumbles and doesn’t play another snap that game.

Chris Rohrer – Ryan Mathews finally gets a full workload and wows with at least 125 yards and a touchdown.

Once again a big congratulations to Christopher Hallam, our Week 5 winner. Entry is free, just post some can’t miss predictions and see how you stack up against the DLF staff and your fellow readers. Good luck to everyone!

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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9 years ago

Oakland @ Atlanta – Carson Palmer throw for more yards than Matt Ryan
Cincinnati @ Cleveland – Neither QB throws for more than 2 TDs
St. Louis @ Miami – No Rams RB rushes for more than 40 yards

Reply to  Paul Smythe
9 years ago

Accidentally submitted. Continued here:
Indianapolis @ NY Jets – Teams rush for less than 100 yards combined.
Detroit @ Philadelphia – McCoy scored 2 TDs
Kansas City @ Tampa Bay – Josh Freeman throws for 300 yards
Dallas @ Baltimore – No RB on either team rushes for more than 95 yards
New England @ Seattle – Wes Welker limited to no more than 3 receptions
Buffalo @ Arizona – CJ Spiller goes over 100 yards and a TD
NY Giants @ San Francisco – Eli has 300 passing yards
Minnesota @ Washington – Percy Harvin and Pierre Garcon combine for 200 yards from scrimmage
Green Bay @ Houston – No receiver over 100 yards
Denver @ San Diego – Peyton has more passing yards than Rivers

jeff hemlick
9 years ago

Oakland @ Atlanta –
Matt Ryan throws over 300 yds and 3 TD’s
McFadden scores 2 total TD’s
Carson Palmer Throws 2 INT’s

Cincinnati @ Cleveland-
AJ Green and Armon Binns each score a TD
Josh Cooper scores a TD
Richardson runs for more than 125 yards and at least 1 TD.

St. Louis @ Miami-
Tannehill throws 1 TD, and 2 INT’s
St. Louis sacks Tannehill at least 4 times.

Indianapolis @ NY Jets-
Ballard gets at least 60 yds. rushing with at least 1 TD.
Allen gets more receptions than Fleener and scores a TD.

Detroit @ Philadelphia-
Maclin gets 100 yds. receiving and at least 1 TD.
Vick has no turnovers.
Calvin Johnson gets at least 2 TD’s

Kansas City @ Tampa Bay-
Jamaal Charles scores a TD, but carries the ball no more than 20 times
Brady Quinn throws 2 INT’s
Mike Williams, Vincent Jackson, and Doug Martin each score.

Dallas @ Baltimore-
Romo throws three TD’s
Flacco gets sacked at least 3 times
Ray Rice does not rush for more than 100 yds., but gets a TD.

New England @ Seattle-
No RB rushes for more than 80 yards.
At least 8 different players catch a pass for New England

Buffalo @ Arizona-
Andre Roberts and Rob Housler score a TD.
Kolb throws 2 TD’s and 2 INT’s
Scott Chandler scores a TD

NY Giants @ San Francisco
No Giants WR will score a TD
Eli will throw at least 2 INT’s
Bradshaw scores a TD and fumbles at least 1 time.
Alex Smith and Kaepernick each throw a TD pass.

Minnesota @ Washington
Alfred Morris fumbles for the first time
AP runs for over 100 yards and at least two combined TD’s

Green Bay @ Houston
Foster combines for more than 150 yards and 2 TD’s
Rodgers throws for 2 TD’s and 1 INT.
Watt sacks Rodgers at least twice.

Denver @ San Diego
Decker, Thomas, and Tamme each score a TD
Manning throws for over 300 yards and at least 3 TD
Battle vultures a TD
Rivers throws for 2 TD’s and 1 INT.
No RB rushes for over 100 yards.

Aric Bremer
9 years ago

Stevan Ridley <50 combined yards and doesn't get a single redzone carry.

Philip Rivers at least two turnovers, but over 250 yards passing.

RG3 passes for less than 200 yards, runs for less than 40, Vikings keep up their ridiculous year with another win.

robertdhenley
9 years ago

oak vs atl
palmer thows for over 300 but has mor ints then tds

cin vs cle
hayden returns and gives up over 100 yards rec and at least 1 td to aj green

stl vs mia
r bush give mia 120 yards total and 2 tds in the victory

ind vs jets
luck contiunes to impress with 300 yards and 3 td

det vs phi
vick continues is turnover problem, 2 more turnovers

kc vs tb
tb def & special teams outscores kc

dal vs bal
romo follows up his 5 int game with 3 ints
ne vs sea
finally, wilson justifys all the hype, 300 total yards and 3 tds

buf vs ari
powell rushes for 100 yards and a td

nyg vs sf
eli passes for 300 yards and 3 tds

min vs was
ponder has a 250 yards 2 td game, add another 40 yards rushing

gb vs hou
foster goes for 150 total yards and 2 tds

den vs sd
manning has another 350 yard 3 td game

Dan D.
9 years ago

Miami vs. St. Louis
St. Louis’ defense continues to chase the quarterback, getting 5 more sacks and causing a fumble and interception by Tannehill.
Brandon Gibson does what he did in the first two games of the season and catches for 50-plus yards and a score. Oh, and Bradford throws to him 10-plus times as he becomes his favorite wideout.

NY Jets vs. Indianapolis
The struggling Jets offense finds some room for passing as Sanchez throws for 300 yards and a couple scores, and they beat Luck and his 250 and two interceptions.

Oakland vs. Atlanta
Atlanta’s defense continues to force turnovers, and Palmer throws two picks and force a fumble from McFadden.
Matt Ryan throws for 400 yards, abandoning the run game entirely.

Cincinnati vs. Cleveland
Andy Dalton throws for 300-plus and three scores, showing he is officially a good fantasy play-caller.
Phil Dawson (along with Van Der Beek) kicks for five field goals as Cleveland cannot punch it in, but can get close enough. Yeah, I projected a kicker.

John Warton
9 years ago

[email protected]:Michael Turner eclipses 100 yards and Gets a TD, reminding owners he’s still got some gas in the tank.
[email protected]: Both QB’s Go for over 300 yards and combine for 5 Td’s and 5 picks
[email protected]: Tannehill gets Picked off twice and Steven Jackson doesnt eclipse 5o yards.
[email protected]: Tim Tebow gets mor passing yards then Sanchez in limited play.
Detroit: Michael Vick has NO turnovers
Kansas [email protected]: Quinn Throws for over 200 yards and 2 tds.
[email protected]: Murray Racks up 90 yards rushing with a Td and 5 catches for 50 yards.
Patriots: Lynch goes for 125 Yards and a TD, Outdistancing any Patriots RB
[email protected]: William Powell goes for 85 yards and a TD with 30 yards receiving.
[email protected]: San Fran forces three turnovers
[email protected]: RGIII Returns and throws for 300 yards and two tds making everyone in DC forget about the Nationals.
Green [email protected] Houston Owen Daniels catches 5+ Balls for over 90 yards and a TD
[email protected] Diego : Decker and Thomas Combine for over 230 yards and two TDs.

BeastMode
9 years ago

Chief vs. Bucs

1-Dwyane Bowe amassed 80 yards receiving and 1td
2-Connor Barth scores more fantasy points than Brady Quinn
3-Doug Martin goes for 80yards +1TD

Colts vs Jets

1-Reggie Wayne totaled less than 70 yards, a victory for Antonio Cromartie

Lions vs. Eagles

1-Vick throws for 300+ yards and 3TD
1-Jeremy Maclin scores 1TD
2-Desean Jackson goes over 100+ yards and 1TD
3-Lessean Mccoy leads all running back with 150 yards and 2TD in fantasy points this Sunday
4- Megatron does not score a TD

Raiders vs. Falcons

1- Roddie White takes over this week and goes for 120+ yards and 2TD
2- Julio Jones score 1TD but goes for less than 75 yards
3-The Burner scores 2 rushing TD
4-Gonzalez does not reach the end zone but amassed at least 75+ yards
4- Logically, Matt Ryan throw 350+ and 3TD
4-McFadden has less than 12 carries but totaled at least 6 catches

Rams vs Dolphins

1-The leg, Greg Zuerlin, misses his first FG in Miami as Fisher called for another ridiculous long Fg with when ” Mr Bust” struggles to move the ball, again.
2-Reggie Bush either goes for 100+ yards or less than 50 yards. Boom or bust

Cowboys vs. Ravens

1-Murray has 20+ carries and 100+ yards
2- Tony Romo throws no INT
3-Rice rushes for less than 60 yards but total 100 yards from scrimmage

Billss vs. Cardinals

1- Kevin Kolb throws for 320+ yards and 3 TD as AZ abandons the running game
2- Kolb get sacked 5 times and fumbles once
3- Fitzgerald goes over 100 yards and 1TD
4- Arizona defense scores the most points in fantasy football by retuning two Bills turnover for TD

Pats vs Seahawks

1-There’s more Field goal in this game than TD
2- Wes Welker leads all receivers from both teams in yardage
3- Brady throws for no more than 2TD.

Giants vs. 49ers

1-Vernon Davies leads all tight end in receiving yards and scores 2TD this week
2- Bradshaw comes down to earth and rushes for less than 50 yards
3- Eli dissects the 49ers pass defense for 250+ yards and 2TD
4-Cruz scores 1TD

Vikings vs Redskins

1- All Day Peterson finally scores another TD since week 1
2- Percy Harvin does his thing and shredded Skins D for 120 all purpose yards and 1 TD

Packers vs. Texans

1- Andre Johnson (this is a guaranteed prediction here) scores 2TD, goes over 125+ yards and is targeted at least 10 times this Sunday.
2-Arian Foster has less than 20 carries as Houston falls behind early (Houston D is overrated and will be exposed this sunday)
3- Rodgers goes berserk on Houston D and throws for more 400+ yards.

Chargers vs. Manning

1-Demaryius Thomas scores 2 TD as Manning realizes when he throws deep, his team is unstoppable.
2-Antonio Gates blocks more than more in this game but score 1TD
3-Manning throws for 320+ yards
4- Ryan Matthews rushes at least 20 times and score 1 or 2TD

Ken Dogson
9 years ago

The players I start will underperform.

The players I bench will overperform.

9 years ago

IND vs. NYJ – A QB has the most rushing yards.

Dynasty Builder
9 years ago

NE vs SEA – The 12th man will weep like a small child.

Vendetta .
9 years ago

Trent Richardson goes crazy finally getting passing down work – 200 total yards and at least 1 TD.

Brett
9 years ago

Atlanta vs Oakland
Matt Ryan will continue his streak with another 330 passing yards and 3 TDs this week.
Jacquizz Rodgers still gets the shaft and only manages another 3 touches under Turner.
McFadden finds plenty of holes and rushes for 110+ yards and a TD for the second game this season.

Arizona vs Buffalo
Fitzgerald will lead the game in receiving yards, but stay under 100 total as the game will showcase lots of ground action.
CJ Spiller and Fred Jackson will fight for the lead RB spot some more. Jackson will have more yardage, while Spiller snags a TD.
William Powell makes his debut and puts up 130 total yards and a couple of receptions.
Kolb will throw an interception at some point.

San Francisco vs New York Giants
SFO Defense will catch a cocky Victor Cruz off-guard, getting 1-2 interceptions from Manning.
Bradshaw will have a bad day, rushing for 2 YPC average.
David Wilson sneaks into the end zone for a TD for the second week in a row.

Green Bay vs Houston
Rodgers will continue to struggle without Jennings on the field, throwing only 1 TD to Jermichael Finley.
Alex Green will post 75+ yards and a rushing TD, keeping the Packers on the board.
Arian Foster will retaliate with 150+ all purpose yards while Shaub throws an interception.

New England vs Seattle
Tom Brady and Russel Wilson will have a shootout, going for 600+ combined passing yards.
Golden Tate will be the only Seahawks receiver to catch a TD, but will only reel in half of his targets.
Lynch will keep things interesting at the goal-line, getting 2 TDs on 3rd and goal plays.
Hernandez will finally retake the field, stealing Gronk’s aerial TD this week while he takes the heat from Seattle’s Defense.

Cincinnati vs Cleveland
These teams will keep doing what we expect from them, but Cincinnati will come out on top when AJ Green goes for MVP of the week with 3 TDs and 120+ receiving yards.
Richardson will of course have a TD.

Detroit vs Philadelphia
Mikel LeShoure will come back out of his slump and put up more than 80 rushing yards again.
Michael Vick throws more interceptions than touchdowns.
All-stars Calvin and LeSean will duke it out, posting 2 TDs apiece.

Minnesota vs Washington
Percy Harvin will reel in double digit receptions before leaving the field with hamstring agitation issues.
RG3 will come back onto the field a little shaky and do poorly in the first half, forcing a shootout in the 2nd half with Alfred Morris limited in usefulness.
Josh Morgan will get fewer yards than Leonard Hankerson, further convoluting the Redskin’s depth chart.

Sven
9 years ago

Oakland @ Atlanta
Denarius Moore catches at least 5 passes for 100 Yds and a TD.

Cincinnati @ Cleveland
Both teams combine for over 600 passing yards.

St. Louis @ Miami
This game will produce a total of 3 more field goals than touchdowns.

Indianapolis @ NY Jets
Andrew Luck posts another big game in the Big Apple for 300 total yards with 3 total TD.

Detroit @ Philadelphia
Eagles once again go all in for pass plays, this time it works. Vick produces just one turnover and goes for 300 passing yards with 3 total scores.

Kansas City @ Tampa Bay
Shootout. Brady Quinn throws for 250 yards with 3 TD.

Dallas @ Baltimore
Ray Rice sees more than 25 touches and goes over 150 total yards.

New England @ Seattle
Patriots score more than 30 points and Brady throws for 3 TD.

Buffalo @ Arizona
Bad Defense? Not this time. Buffalo holds Kolb under 250 passing yards with just two scores (and overall under 23 points).

NY Giants @ San Francisco
Eli Manning will finish with over 300 pass yards and 3 scores, Alex Smith almost does the same, but only for 250 and 3.

Minnesota @ Washington
Alfred Morris stays hot with 90 rushing yards and a score, and even connects for 2 receptions.

Green Bay @ Houston
The Packers stop Arian Foster for just 80 rushing yards, but he catches 5+ passes for 60 yards and a REC TD.

Denver @ San Diego
Peyton Manning and Deymarius Thomas put up a show on MNF. Thomas has 110+ yards and 2 TD.

Frank Dehel
9 years ago

Oakland @ Atlanta –
Julio Jones catches 3 touchdowns.

Cincinnati @ Cleveland-
Trent Richardson and AJ Green (TOTAL YARDS) goes over 300yards.

St. Louis @ Miami-
Greg “The Leg” Zuerlein hits 5 field goals in today’s game.

Indianapolis @ NY Jets-
Tim Tebow gets more goal line carries than Greene OR ballard. Tebow scores as well.

Detroit @ Philadelphia-
Mike Vick scores 5 total touchdowns and has 1 or less TO.

Kansas City @ Tampa Bay-
Dwayne Bowe goes off and either goes over 150 yards or scores 2 touchdowns.

Dallas @ Baltimore-
Boldin catches a TD.
Kicker’s each kick 3 FG’s.

New England @ Seattle-
This game has more total INT’s than it does passing touchdowns.

Buffalo @ Arizona-
Peterson scores a special teams touchdown.
Fitzgerald and Chandler score.

NY Giants @ San Francisco
Cruz is held under 75 yards and 0 TDs.
Moss catches a TD.

Minnesota @ Washington
AP will double Alfred Morris stats in either yards and Tds.

Green Bay @ Houston
Everyone expects this to be a passing game, but Rushing TDs for both teams > Passing Tds.

Denver @ San Diego
Manning throws more INT’s than he does touchdowns.
Manning and rivers combine for over 600 pass yards
Mathews goes over 100yards and a TD
Gates socres a TD for first time all year

@unclepauly333
9 years ago

-Don Mega will go over 150 and 1-2 tds.
-DThomas over 100 and 1
-PManning-over 300 and 3
-Ballard-80-1
-Leshore-over 80
-Celek-TD
-fred Davis-6/85/td
-Aaron Hernadez-TD
-Kolb-300-3

JohnnyBoy
9 years ago

[email protected]: RunDMC re-awakens w/120+yds and 1+TD

[email protected]: AJ Green held to<70yds.

[email protected]: S.Smith flashes with 100+yds and a TD

[email protected]: Ballard 100+yds 1TD. Tebow leads J-E-T-S in rushing

Detroit: Both QB's go over 300yds. Vick has more TD's

Kansas [email protected]: Quinn finishes as a Top 8 FFB QB this week!!

[email protected]: Romo goes for 250+ w/2+ TD's. Rice is the only startable player from baltimore this week in non-PPR

Patriots: NE rushing totals less than 100yds. Brady 330+ 2TDs+

[email protected]izona: Fitz 120+yds 2TD's

[email protected]: A.Smith continues to impress 300yds 2TD's

[email protected]: Ponder 260yds+ 2TD's. Rudolph 60yds 2TD's

Green [email protected]: Alex green has 100+ total yards.

[email protected] Diego : Hillman has more total yards than McGahee.

Christopher Hallam
9 years ago

Missed getting my shots in this week 🙁 but will try and make it next week.

Thanks for the call out guys, greatly appreciated!

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