Fantasy Football Week 11 In Review And NFL Open Thread
Best’s Best Still a Bust When Riding the Express!!!!
Despite scoring their highest points for the season, Brian’s Best Team fell to the Thunderlips Express. The Express rolled to the Peak of the Week, pushed along by rookie receiver Mike Evans and Matt “holding Down the” Forte. Coach Dman seems to have gone for youth in his wide receivers with Evans and Bryant (Steelers, not Cowboys), after all but Jordy Nelson has been a flop for him this year. Tu asked the coach this question after the game.
Tu: Well, you pulled off a win this week coach.
Dman: Yes, it was a good pickup of Mike Evans that tipped me over the edge.
Tu: About that, you seem to have gone for the youth movement in wide receivers this year. Can you tell the readers why?
Dman: Whoa, that was almost a real question! All my receivers, other than Nelson, have been under performing and this seems to be the year of the rookie receiver. Bryant, Evans, Benjamin, Watkins, and Cooks are all playing very good. I have picked up a couple of them and they are starting to pay off.
Tu: So, was your WRs the weak link to your team?
Dman: Sadly, yes. Andre “Old Man of the Sea” Johnson has laid more eggs than the Raiders this year. Mike “No Short Game” Wallace is saddled with a QB that cannot throw past 20 yards and he is supposed to be a deep threat. All this added up to needing new receivers.
Streak of the Week
Even with two of his most prominent playmakers out on bye for the week, the ContumeliousAnalysts slapped down the GoingSouth Dragons, but failed to pick up the Freak of the Week. The slack was picked up by Brown, Charles, and the Arizona Defense. This was enough to get past the double donut rocking of Stacy and Gerhart for the Dragons. Tu talked with coach Jaybird after the game.
Tu: Good win coach, but it must have been nice to see the Dragons on your schedule when the Cowboys had their bye, correct?
Jaybird: It’s been weird. It feels like all of my byes have happened in the last couple of weeks. I can’t wait to have all of my team together again.
Tu: Well, two of your best players gave their best Raiders impersonation last week.
Jaybird: I’m just glad that six of his gave their best Broncos impersonation.
Tu: A Tebow joke?
Jaybird: I’ve stopped making those. I was more referring to the “What The Heck” loss against the Rams.
Tu: It’s not like it was a 43-8 game…
Jaybird: Hey, an L is an L.
Meek of the Week
Sometimes it is not how well you play, but who you play. This week Team Pooh Bear is thanking the football gods that they played the second lowest in points team when they scored the third lowest points. The main causes were Foster not playing at the last moment, thus rocking the donut, and Amhad “Glass Cannon” Bradshaw finally having his yearly injury. Still, the Wildcats were anything but wild with pedestrian performances from five players. In a side note, it looks like the Bears gamble to pick up Adrian Peterson will not pay off. The league has suspended him for the rest of the season.
The Quatrains of Nostradamus
Things are starting to look bad for Nostradamus. Three more teams are on the verge of defying his quatrains.
Remember, Dear Reader, that the records listed below are the number of wins and losses still needed for Nostradamus to be proven right.
Team Pooh Bear: 2-0-1 AKA: The Anointed Ones
Thunderlips Express: 1-0-2
Waynesport Wildcats: 6-(2)-(1)
Partisan Warrior’s: 1-3-(1)
DownSouth Dragons: 5-(2) AKA: GoingSouth Dragons
The Levellers: (4)- 7
Brian’s Best Team: 1-2
vogue furthermore wear the 1920s
how to lose weight fast Callaway X SERIES GEMS BLANCO
quick weight lossHow to Keep White Polyester Sport Clothing White