Wednesday, October 18, 2006

WDIS by Lord Helmet

Lets start by taking a look at how I did last week.

Big Ben vs. Jake Plummer:
I was surprised to see how conservative the Broncos played against a terrible Raiders team, at home no less! I recommended starting Plummer which did not work out very well, he had around a 100 yds and no TDs. Big ben and the Steelers however lit up a KC secondary, I touted as pretty good. Not the best start here

Edge: Big Ben

Ronnie Brown vs. Norwood & Turner:
I suggested sticking with opportunity and Brown came through, Norwood & Turner combined for 5 carries for 5 yds and 1 catch for 2 yds and no TDs. Brown carried 22 times for 127 yds and a score.

Edge: Ronnie Brown

Desmond Clark vs. Alex Smith:
I recommended starting Smith. Clark had 4 catches for 61 yds to Smiths 3 for 10, however one of those grabs by Smith was a TD

Slight edge: Alex Smith

Bryant Johnson vs Welker, Eric Parker and some other scrubs:
In the absence of Fitz, Johnson only had a couple of catches but one was for a TD. With Roy Williams back Hakim fell of the radar, Welker and Parker are now officially better options.

Edge: Johnson

Leon Washington vs. Musa Smith, Herron and more:
Leon only had 11 carries for 58 yds, but he was still a helluva lot better than Musa who produced 5 yds on the ground and a catch for -2. Herron has no value anymore as Green reportedly is back

Edge: Washington

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Q:
J. Kitna vs. D.Bledsoe:

A:Bledsoe is facing the improving Giants secondary, that have not given up a passing TD since week 3. He's coming off a good week connecting on 2 scoring strikes with TO, but was shut down by the Eagles the week before throwing 3 picks and no TDs. Kitna is also a bit inconsistent, but seemed to be getting into a groove with his go-to receiver Roy Williams last week. The Lions have 2 guards on the injury report as questionable and their 2 starting interior D-linemen are out for this game. It will be up to Kitna and the WR corps to keep them in this game, also Jones has been good as a receiver out of the backfield. Lions are facing the jets who's giving up a lot of big plays in the secondary.

Edge: Kitna

Q: Edge vs. Maroney, Rudi vs. Rhodes, Housh vs. Bry. Johnson, Lindell vs. Vanderjagt

A: Edge is playing Oakland, the joke of the league, a matchup the Cards should win but there's a new OC in Arizona whos promising no more conservative play calling. If this will limit Edge's opportunities remains to be seen, but he's proving so far that not even a Pro Bowl back can find running room behind that line. Maroney is a explosive and exciting rookie back and has been terrific in limited action. He's coming off his bye and a less than stellar performance against Miami, only racking up 38 yds on 18 attempts. The important thing is that he's involved in the offense and should continue untill Dillon is out of the picture.

Edge: Normally would say James but I'm confident in Maroney, so go with the rook.

Rudi is a stud and Rhodes is a scrub, Rudi gets alot of touches and even with a depleted o-line he's the play here.

Edge: Rudi

Housh vs. Bryant Johnson: Housh had 10 catches last week, and Palmer doesn't really get the time to throw deep thus making the underneath route open for lots of business.

Easy choice: Housh

Lindell vs. Vanderjagt: Flip a coin

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Lord_Helmet said...

Q: J. Kitna vs. D.Bledsoe:

A:Bledsoe is facing the improving Giants secondary, that have not given up a passing TD since week 3. He's coming off a good week connecting on 2 scoring strikes with TO, but was shut down by the Eagles the week before throwing 3 picks and no TDs. Kitna is also a bit inconsistent, but seemed to be getting into a groove with his go-to receiver Roy Williams last week. The Lions have 2 guards on the injury report as questionable and their 2 starting interior D-linemen are out for this game. It will be up to Kitna and the WR corps to keep them in this game, also Jones has been good as a receiver out of the backfield. Lions are facing the jets who's giving up a lot of big plays in the secondary.

Edge: Kitna

Lord_Helmet said...

Q: Edge vs. Maroney, Rudi vs. Rhodes, Housh vs. Bry. Johnson, Lindell vs. Vanderjagt

A: Edge is playing Oakland, the joke of the league, a matchup the Cards should win but there's a new OC in Arizona whos promising no more conservative play calling. If this will limit Edge's opportunities remains to be seen, but he's proving so far that not even a Pro Bowl back can find running room behind that line. Maroney is a explosive and exciting rookie back and has been terrific in limited action. He's coming off his bye and a less than stellar performance against Miami, only racking up 38 yds on 18 attempts. The important thing is that he's involved in the offense and should continue untill Dillon is out of the picture.

Edge: Normally would say James but I'm confident in Maroney, so go with the rook.

Rudi is a stud and Rhodes is a scrub, Rudi gets alot of touches and even with a depleted o-line he's the play here.

Edge: Rudi

Housh vs. Bryant Johnson: Housh had 10 catches last week, and Palmer doesn't really get the time to throw deep thus making the underneath route open for lots of business.

Easy choice: Housh

Lindell vs. Vanderjagt: Flip a coin