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  • Week 7 Fantasy Football Questions

    Roethlisberger on the road vs. Cincy?

    Or Favre on the road in the dome against Minnesota?
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  • #2
    I'd go with Favre.
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    • #3
      Favre had thrown seven touchdowns in two starts prior to the Packers' bye week, and this week's contest on the road against the Minnesota Vikings is more than favorable in his chances for continued success. Though the Vikes defense does rank eighth in the league against the pass, it has surrendered nine passing touchdowns in five contests. Futhermore, Favre has owned his NFC north rivals at the Metrodome in recent seasons. The veteran has thrown for 855 yards (285 YPG) and eight touchdowns in his past three regular-season starts in Minnesota, and there's no question the Packers will utilize Favre's cannon arm as it's main offensive threat with RB Ahman Green (knee) at less than 100 percent.

      Sit 'em QB's: QBs with unfavorable opponents: David Carr vs. Indianapolis, Joey Harrington at Cleveland, Ben Roethlisberger at Cincinnati, Michael Vick vs. N.Y. Jets, Anthony Wright at Chicago
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      • #4
        Hmmm, well I guess I should go with Brees on the road at Philly over Big Ben too, then...

        Anyone heard anything on Hines Ward? Most recent news I've heard is that he's still probable...

        He may not be a good play today either, but he might still be my best option at WR...
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        • #5
          QUOTE(Guppy @ Oct 23 2005, 09:35 AM) Quoted post

          Sit 'em QB's: QBs with unfavorable opponents: David Carr vs. Indianapolis, Joey Harrington at Cleveland, Ben Roethlisberger at Cincinnati, Michael Vick vs. N.Y. Jets, Anthony Wright at Chicago
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          I've got Vick and Roethlisberger...who's the better play? I was going to go with Vick

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          • #6
            QUOTE(tallahassee blues fan @ Oct 23 2005, 10:35 AM) Quoted post

            I'd go with Favre.
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            • #7
              QUOTE(DBear @ Oct 23 2005, 10:46 AM) Quoted post


              I've got Vick and Roethlisberger...who's the better play? I was going to go with Vick
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              • #8
                Crap. Torry Holt has been downgraded to questionable.
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                • #9
                  Pittsburgh @ Cincinnati - 1:00PM ET Kickoff

                  Updates from team not available yet.
                  Detroit @ Cleveland - 1:00PM ET Kickoff

                  Jeff Garcia - A local radio station in Detroit is reporting that Garcia will get the start over Joey Harrington in today's game.
                  Charles Roger - Will not play in today's game because he is still serving a league-imposed suspension.
                  New Orleans @ St. Louis - 1:00PM ET Kickoff

                  Marc Bulger - Will be inactive for today's game because of a sprained AC joint in his shoulder.
                  Isaac Bruce - Will not play in today's game because his is still recovering from a sprained toe. Kevin Curtis will once again start.
                  Kansas City @ Miami - 1:00PM ET Kickoff

                  Updates from team not available yet.
                  Green Bay @ Minnesota - 1:00PM ET Kickoff

                  Nate Burleson - Finally makes his return today from a sprained knee and sore shoulder.
                  San Diego @ Philadelphia - 1:00PM ET Kickoff

                  Updates from team not available yet.
                  San Francisco @ Washington - 1:00PM ET Kickoff

                  Arnaz Battle - Will not play in today's game because of a sprained knee. Johnnie Morton will start in his place.
                  Indianapolis @ Houston - 1:00PM ET Kickoff

                  Updates from team not available yet.
                  Dallas @ Seattle - 4:05PM ET Kickoff

                  Julius Jones - Did not travel with the team and will not play. No word on the starter at running back for Dallas today.
                  Bobby Engram - Out for today's game because he is still recovering from cracked ribs.
                  Darrell Jackson - Out for today's game because he is recovering from knee surgery.
                  Baltimore @ Chicago - 4:15PM ET Kickoff

                  Updates from team not available yet.
                  Buffalo @ Oakland - 4:15PM ET Kickoff

                  Updates from team not available yet.
                  Denver @ NY Giants - 4:15PM ET Kickoff

                  Updates from team not available yet.
                  Tennessee @ Arizona - 4:15PM ET Kickoff

                  Steve McNair - Did not travel with the team and will not play today. Backup Billy Volek will start for the Titans.
                  Drew Bennett - Out for today's game because of thumb surgery.
                  Josh McCown - A local radio station in Arizona is reporting that McCown will be the starting QB for today's game. Kurt Warner is active but he will be McCown's backup.
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                  • #10
                    Holt and Little are out today along with Bulger and Bruce.

                    Ouch.
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