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Consensus Start/Sit - Week 13

Whew, I've been enjoying Atlanta all day long - sorry it has taken a little while to get up the consensus start/sit list this week. Better late than never, no? So first, here are a few start or sit sites that weren't up yet for yesterday's post:'s Start 'em & Sit 'em: Week 13 The Hazean's Start & Sit: Week 13 CBS Sports' Week 13 Start 'em Sit 'em Fifth Down's Week 13 Gems and Gimps's Start 'em Sit 'em Week 13 Consensus picks for the week: QB Start: Kurt Warner, Derek Anderson, Ben Roethlisberger, Jon Kitna Sit: David Garrard, Eli Manning, Drew Brees, Philip Rivers RB Start: Justin Fargas, Thomas Jones, Jamal Lewis, Travis Henry/Selvin Young Sit: Kevin Jones, Laurence Maroney, Rudi Johnson, Willis McGahee WR Start: Joey Galloway, Sidney Rice, Larry Fitzgerald Sit: Derrick Mason, Jerricho Cotchery, Javon Walker, Steve Smith TE Start: Daniels, Witten, Pope, Dallas Clark Sit: Crumpler, Scheffler,

Start or Sit? Your Week 13 help is here...

Greetings. Salutations. It's start and sit day and unfortunately I am in a big hurry today. I roll out of town in a few hours so I'm going to be rather brief with today's post. My goal is to still get the consensus start/sit up tomorrow. And remember to check out yesterday's post which has a few start/sit sites up already. FF Goat's Crunchtime Start 'em Sit 'em and Sleepers for Week 13 FanNation's Start 'em, Sit 'em: Week 13 Bruno Boys' podcast Week 13: Start em or Sit em Football Docs' Week 13 Bench/Start Fantasy Tailgate's Spotlight Starters and Slackers - Week 13 Fantasy Football Whiz's Start or Sit Week 13 Junkyard Jake's Mickey the Crab's Bench/Start (yes, that's really the name) NFL Freaks' Start-Bench List for Week 13 FantasySharks' Start/Bench List Week 13 And if you're looking for some rankings and help, try for their positional cheat sheets. tags: fantasy football , nfl , f

Waivers and Start/Sit Advice - Week 13

Somehow, I acquired Adrian Peterson (CHI) off the waiver wire last night. I am ranked #2 in this league and thus had the 11th ranking for waiver transactions. Since I had Benson in that league, I put in the request for AP2 and I ended up getting him. Droughns and Cobbs went off the wire first - does anyone else find that odd? Are expectations that low for AP2? Granted, I'm not sure I'll be starting him anytime soon since I've got a little depth at RB, but I can't believe someone actually wanted Cobbs before Peterson. It's a strange fantasy world out there. So there are of course more waiver wire articles to read this fine morning if you find yourself still in need of grabbing a free agent: CBS Sports' Playing through the Wire: Fantasy epidemic - an important note is somewhat buried in here - Selvin Young is expected to play this week. He's questionable right now but keep an eye on his status. Another interesting tidbit from the Denver Post: the Raiders have

Waiver Time - Week 13

Waiver wire time, my friends. The next few weeks are crucial - either you're trying to make the playoffs or you're so far out of the playoffs race that you're just trying to prove you're better than your record. Either way, we all want to win, no? So take a look at some of the links below for advice on which free agents you should try to grab: FF Geek Blog - The Wire: Week 13 - as always, these guys continue to churn out some quality stuff. I am particularly interested in Greg Lewis here - haven't seen his name on a ton of other waiver wire sites. Nice work, FF Geeks. Check out The Hazean's Grab Bag: Week 13 . One note of caution, Denver's Andre Hall suffered a high ankle sprain this past weekend but played through it. It's unclear if he'll be able to play this week or not (um, who's left in Denver? Wait - me! I'll get my gear together and try out...though in all seriousness, Wali Lundy has been working out a bit here) - so keep your eye on

Week 13 Prep

This was a bit of a hit or miss week for me in terms of advice, like thinking that Chris Henry would be a better start than Chad Johnson. Wrong, completely wrong. Hopefully none of you actually listened to any of my advice except for those Gore owners out there. stubborn instance that Frank Gore would have a big game paid off. And part of the reason Gore's performance this week brings me such pleasure is that it was the icing on the cake in my matchup against my nemesis - nemesis, if you're reading this, I actually thought you might win this week what with LT, Andre Johnson, DJ Hackett and the Bears D on your team...but it just so happens that my team is too awesome for that. Romo, Gore, Ryan Grant, Colston, even Tony Scheffler. Total. Domination. And for the second time this season, I have taken you down, nemesis...excellent (said in a Mr. Burns and his scheming fingers kind of voice). Good fight though. Anyway, enough of my personal fantasy battles - a lot has

Week 12's Last Minute Decisions

Kickoff is only a few hours away - let's jump right into some advice for any last minute lineup decisions you may need to make. Rotoworld's Last Minute Decisions: Everything to Gain or tune into NBC Fantasy Fox Live (starts at 11 am every Sunday) to get all of your lineup questions answered. Bruno Boys' Week 12 Podcast: NFL Injuries and Weather KFFL's Sunday Morning Report Remember to check my posts from Wednesday and Friday for start and sit links. For the latest on news, my personal favorite is Rotoworld's NFL Headlines . Good luck this weekend! tags: fantasy football , nfl , football

IDP Forecast: Week 12

Greetings. Can I just comment on how great it is to have football on ALL weekend long? I can't say I'm the biggest supporter of the CU Buffs even though I'm here in Boulder, but their game was on this morning, followed by a day of great college games. Hope you all are enjoying this football holiday as much as I am. And for those of you who have only a limited interest in college football, don't worry, the NFL games are just 40 hours away. Let's get to IDP information for Week 12: Fantasy Insider Online's Week 12 Gridiron IDP Roundup - I was pleased to see these guys weren't on vacation from their IDP summary. I'm hoping their prediction for Patrick Willis is right on the money... Fantasy Football Whiz's Wired Up! IDP Style Week 12 The Hive. It is up but just the bare bones. It's a holiday weekend, who has time for long rants about IDPs? Okay, I might. But The Hive guy does not. CBS Sports' Witness for the Defense: Week 12 - again, more lov

Week 12: Start and Sit Advice

Week 12 is already 3 games in (what better way to celebrate Thanksgiving, right?) but there are plenty of start and sit decisions that need to be made for the rest of the games this week. I linked to a handful of start/sit sites on Wednesday so check out those sites as well as the ones below:'s Start 'em & Sit 'em: Week 12 FanNation's Start 'em, Sit 'em: Week 12 The Hazean posted a special Thanksgiving Start & Sit list and I'm guessing we'll see his regular Start & Sit: Week 12 before too long - I'll update this link when it's live. Fifth Down also posted special predictions for the Thanksgiving game but doesn't have the Week 12 Gems and Gimps up yet - again, I'll update this link when the story is up. Fantasy Tailgate's Spotlight Starters and Slackers - Week 12 Ask the Commish's Sit or Start for Week 12's Start 'em Sit 'em Week 12 I'll be busy today avoiding anything that

MNF photos

For those who are interested, here are a few Monday Night Football photos from the Broncos vs. Titans game earlier this week - who doesn't like photos of football things? Though if you're not into the Broncos, Titans, or the ESPN reporters, then just check back for another post from me later this week on more fantasy related content. First, we have some shots of the ESPN Monday Night Football game crew - Stuart Scott, Steve Young, and Emmitt Smith are in these shots: The Broncos emerging onto the field amidst flames and fireworks, with the Titans off to the right side of the photo: Jason Elam, the best kicker ever, setting MNF and Broncos records with his field goals and extra points all night long: Me, gleeful at the end of the game - the white bronco on the south end of Mile High is up above the JumboTron, kind of hidden in the smoke (more flames of course):

Snow, turkey, football - Week 12 is almost here!

It's a winter wonderland here, my football friends. It snowed about 4 inches overnight and it's still coming down - most of Boulder was smart enough to not come to work today - there were 3 of us on the bus this morning. Not cool. Now, let's talk football here. I'm seeing some mixed results on the start 'em sit 'em posts - some sites have them up, some are still getting up their waiver wire posts. Read on for advice of all kinds: Start/Sit: FF Geek Blog - these guys are great. They appeal to my holiday sentimentalities by naming their post Studs and Turkeys: Week 12 . And they have good advice - again. FF Goat - I've heard directly from The Goat that he is madly working his football connections to get all the necessary start/sit information ready. He'll be posting his start 'em sit 'em list for Week 12 this afternoon. Update: wait no longer, here's the Goat's Start 'em Sit 'em and Sleepers for Week 12 post. CoachBox's Wheelo

Week 12: Get Your Waiver On

Oh yeah. Monday Night Football was phenomenal. It helps that the Broncos won, that it wasn't freezing cold, and that our seats were very close to the ESPN MNF crew. At first we were a little bummed to be in the end zone, but when we got to our seats and saw that we were merely feet away from dudes like Steve Young, Michael Wilbon, Stuart Scott and Emmitt Smith, our seats seemed pretty awesome. Yes, I'm wowed by fame. On a slightly different note, I will say I was intrigued by the halftime show - not sure that any other city would've embraced dog relay racing (actually known as Flyball ) during the half time show the way Denver did. Fans around me were calling for the dog Mad Max to win the relay with almost more vigor than they were cheering on Cutler. There is no happier place in the world for a dog than the state of Colorado. Seriously, when I moved here 4.5 years ago the two things I immediately realized were: 1) everyone has a dog and 2) everyone has a Subaru. Anyway, I

What could be better than Thanksgiving football?

Happy Thanksgiving week. I'm sitting in a nearly empty library since the students here are all off for the holiday. Oh to be a student again. But I am going to Monday Night Football tonight, so nothing can wipe the perma-grin off my face. Go Broncos. Unless you've been living in a hole of some sort, you're likely aware that there are three NFL games on Thanksgiving, which means setting up your lineups a heck of a lot earlier than usual. So let's jump right into things and see who might be out there on your waiver wire - or perhaps more importantly at this time of year, who are the sleepers for Week 12? FF Goat's Fantasy Football Sleeper and Waiver Wire Watch Week 12 - okay, I have to get this off my chest...I recommended to one of you that you sit Santana Moss this week. I hope that you disregarded my advice but in case you didn't, my deepest apologies. Moss and Campbell looked great yesterday - and I also like the Goat's suggestion of Drew Carter. Should S

IDP Forecast: Week 11

Ah, IDPs. Who doesn't love a league with individual defenders? Read on for advice on which players you should have plugged into your lineup: Fantasy Insider Online's Week 11 IDP Roundup - I think it gets better every week. Looking for a way to capitalize on that John Beck situation? Check out FIO to see who they recommend...and I do love seeing D.J. Williams' name on there. CBS Sports' Witness for the Defense: Week 11 - a review of some IDP rookies and the Week 11 outlook for some of the regulars. FFToolbox's Week 11: IDP Sleepers - I picked up Crowell a few weeks ago and have yet to be even the least bit disappointed in that move. FFToolbox wisely agrees. FF Today's IDP Notes: Week 11 - I mean this guy goes way beyond just suggesting names, it's like reading a play-by-play for some of these IDPs. Well done. I linked to this in one of the comment sections earlier this week, but try the FF Whiz's Wired up! IDP Style Week 11 . Where has The Hive gone?

Consensus Start/Sit Picks for Week 11

Happy Friday and here are your consensus start/sits for Week 11. As noted before, I go through all the start or sit sites that I linked to yesterday and today (see below) and find the most common start or sit players for each position. Use this as a guide of course since everyone's lineup is different. So first, here are some more start/sit sites that have gone up since yesterday:'s Start 'em & Sit 'em: Week 11 The Hazean's Start & Sit: Week 11 CBS Sports' Week 11 Start 'em Sit 'em Fifth Down's Week 11 Gems and Gimps And onto the consensus picks: QB Start: Kurt Warner, Matt Schaub, Eli Manning, Brett Favre, Ben Roethlisberger Sit: JP Losman, Philip Rivers, Jay Cutler RB Start: Chester Taylor, Willie Parker, LenDale White, Willis McGahee Sit: Jamal Lewis, Thomas Jones, DeShaun Foster, Justin Fargas WR Start: Andre Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald, Joey Galloway Sit: Steve Smith, Lee Evans, Laveranues Coles, Dwayne Bowe TE Start: Owen Dani

Offline Often...

I just checked my online chat account for the first time in way too long and realized I've neglected my fantasy football chat recently (the chat is that gray box to the top right of the page). My apologies! Work has been beyond busy but that's probably true for most of us. My plan is to get online a couple nights a week and hopefully on Sunday mornings before game time. And this week, I will definitely be online and available to chat on Friday afternoon (keep in mind I'm on mountain time). So if I never got back to you about a lineup question, I'm sorry about that, and try me again another time!

Week 11: Start or Sit?

Start or Sit Day is here! And my MNF countdown is now at 4 days - can't wait. If I could blog from the game, I certainly would. But there's lots of ground to cover before then so let's get right to the start/sit links for this week: The Goat, a resource you really can't go into the week without reading. Check out Your Fantasy Football Start 'em Sit 'em and Sleepers for Week 11 . Another quality blog to check? FF Geek Blog and their Studs and Duds: Week 11 . CoachBox's Wheelock's Week 11 Start/Bench Recommendations - I do love seeing CU-Boulder's Mason Crosby on the list for kickers you want to start. I'm telling you, that dude can kick. FanNation's Start 'em, Sit 'em: Week 11 - poor Philip Rivers, he went so wrong so fast. Start/sit in podcast style with the Bruno Boys' Week 11 Start 'em or Sit 'em. Fantasy Tailgate's Starters and Slackers has high hopes for MJD against San Diego this week. FootballDocs' Week 11

More Waiver Suggestions for Week 11

I nearly sliced my finger off cooking dinner last night and am operating with a maimed left hand here, so due to the difficulty in typing, this post may be a little abbreviated in terms of commentary. But you're here for the links, not my great insight anyway, right? So read on for some quality waiver wire suggestions for Week 11 of the NFL season. CBS Sports' Playing the Waiver Wire: Taylor made FFToday's Through the Wire: Week 11 The Goat's updated Fantasy Football Waiver Wire and Sleepers Watch Week 11 FanNation's Wire Tap FF Xtreme's Fantasy Football Player Projections: Week 11 - no, not waiver wire suggestions, but good info nonetheless. Fox Sports' Waiver Review: Dunn producing again Check out the waiver wire info but also some great trade analysis in's Taking a look at trades as postseason approaches. Keep an eye open for the start/sit lists in tomorrow's post. tags: fantasy football , nfl , football , waiver wire

Waiver Wire Thoughts for Week 11

Are you feeling the effects of Adrian Peterson's LCL damage? Or still trying to rebound from LJ or Shaun Alexander going down? With fantasy playoffs right around the corner, I know we're all eager to polish up our teams. So whether you're looking to secure your playoffs position - or you're just trying to dodge any further fantasy humiliation, take a look at some of the links below for thoughts on who might be available in your league: FF Geek Blog's Waiver Wire Pickups, Keeper Sleepers and Spot Starts: Week 11 - waiver thoughts ranging from those players that are "mandatory pickups" to the real gambles. Well done as always. Rotoworld's Waiver Wired: Taylor Made advises you to stay away from James Thrash and his newly injured leg. NFLFreaks bring you Hot Waiver Wire Picks including Marshawn Lynch's backup, A-Train. Sports Outlaw's Weekly Waiver Wire Moves - Week 11 - I'm starting to see a Brodie Croyle trend here...'s Risers

Week 11 Prep

After tonight's game, we can officially say goodbye to the bye weeks - I for one am quite pleased to have a full arsenal of fantasy weapons ready for the next several weeks. However, the injury reports never seem to end (I'm sure every AP owner nearly had a heart attack yesterday)...check out either Rotoworld's NFL Headlines or KFFL's Hot Off the Wire for the latest news on injuries and/or lineup changes (Brodie Croyle here to stay?). And speaking of updates, looks like Shaun Alexander is out for tonight's match-up . I'm interested in how much action Leonard Weaver sees or if this will mostly be a Maurice Morris kind of night. So even though the bye weeks are ending, I know many of you out there are still looking for new players to add to your lineups to ensure a piece of the playoffs pie. Never fear - check out the following links: FF Goat's Fantasy Football Wavier Wire and Sleeper Watch Week 11 is full of suggestions, including mystery man James Thrash

Last Minute Decisions: Week 10

Hope you all are enjoying a nice college football Saturday. My Northwestern Wildcats just won their 6th game meaning they just might go to a bowl game this year depending on the Big Ten tie-ins and such. That would be so sweet. But let's get to professional football now. I know many of us are awaiting the Sunday morning injury reports before setting our final lineups, so hopefully the following links will be of help: Rotoworld's Last Minute Decisions: Gore Says He'll Go Bruno Boys' Week 10 Podcast: NFL Injuries and Weather KFFL's NFL Injury Roundup - Week 10 - KFFL also has a good Sunday Morning Report, which should be up tomorrow morning. If you're looking for start and sit advice, check out the links on my posts on Thursday and Friday . Good luck this weekend! Tags: fantasy football , nfl , football

IDP Forecast: Week 10

Time to take a look at some of the IDP prognostications for Week 10 of the NFL season. My personal favorite IDP site, The Hive, is sadly not up on the Fantasy Sharks' site yet. When it appears, I'll get a link up to it. So until then here are a few other sites to check out for advice on which individual defensive players you should have in your starting lineup this weekend.'s multi-page Week 10: IDP Sleepers delivers a couple of overlooked dudes that might be available for you to grab this week if you need to fill in for a bye. Or just upgrade your lineup. Fantasy Insider Online's Week 10 IDP Roundup - great content, these guys have obviously done their homework and you'll probably find yourself wanting more. If you have Leonard Little, Jonathan Vilma, or Nick Collins, check out CBS' Witness for the Defense: Week 10 for thoughts on who might be replacing them in the lineup now that they're injured. And read on for IDP suggestions and sleepe

Consensus Start/Sits for Week 10

It's Friday which means the weekend is a blessed few hours away and I've got your weekly aggregation of the start/sit suggestions out there. First, let's take a look at the start and sit sites that have gone up since my post yesterday : The Hazean's Start & Sit: Week 10 Ask the Commish's Sit or Start for Week 10's Start 'em & Sit 'em: Week 10 CBS Sports' Week 10 Start 'em Sit 'em's Start 'em Sit 'em Week 10 Fifth Down's Week 10 Gems and Gimps - not up yet but check back with this link. And onto the consensus picks - I read through the start and sit suggestions from all the links I provide and tally up which players have appeared most under start or sit for each position. Remember, this is just a guide, every lineup is different. QB Start: Brett Favre, Ben Roethlisberger, Marc Bulger, Drew Brees Sit: Brian Griese, Philip Rivers, Derek Anderson, Donovan McNabb, Vince Young RB Start: Cedric B

Week 10: Start or Sit Sites

Welcome to the weekly compendium of start and sit sites. Take a look at some of the links below for thoughts on which players in your lineup should be given the start nod. I'll be back tomorrow with my consensus start/sit suggestions from all these sites. The Goat brings us his Fantasy Football Start 'em Sit 'em and Sleepers for Week 10 article with sharp insight as always. FootballDocs' Fantasy Football Week 10 Bench/Start suggestions - do I see Cedric Benson's name in the start section? This may be a first. Or at least a first in a long, long time. FF Geek Blog's Studs and Duds: Week 10 - stop the presses, there's another vote for Cedric Benson to start against the lax Oakland rush D. Awesome. The FF Geeks have a pretty lengthy start/sit list here, so definitely check it out. Now the Bruno Boys not only go above and beyond by providing us with a podcast of their Week 10 Start em or Sit em but they also have some rankings that you might want to take a l

More Waiver Ideas for Week 10

Hi football fans. For those of you still needing some suggestions on which free agents to grab this week, don't worry...there's a world of waiver wire advice out there. I posted some of those waiver wire sites already on Monday and Tuesday but the list goes on forever. FanProphet's Week 10: Tuesday Wire Tap is up on Screaming Sports but he doesn't stop there, oh no. FanProphet also provides a weekly series called "The Gospel" that might be most helpful for those of you who do weekly fantasy competitions - right now The Gospel QBs is up and check back often for his RB and WR fantasy predictions for Week 10. CBS Sports' Playing the Waiver Wire: Can you get a Priest? - doesn't have a ton of WR help if you're looking for some receiver suggestions. But read on for RB and QB thoughts. FFToday's Through the Wire: Week 10 - this list goes pretty deep or "scours the barrel" as the author puts it. He also includes some IDP thoughts, which

Waiver Wire Time for Week 10

I simply can't believe how quickly the fantasy football season is flying by. Soon it will be March and I'll be morosely looking at the calendar wishing away the next 5 months. But let's focus instead on all the great free agents pickups you can get this week. Or may be forced to get if your QB got injured this past weekend (oh Cutler...) or you're a Brady owner (hopefully you planned for this...). FF Geek Blog - truly a favorite site of mine. Check out their Waiver Wire Pickups, Keeper Sleepers and Spot Starts: Week 10 article. The Sports Outlaw continues his plug for Chris Henry (WR) in this week's Weekly Wiver Wire - Week 10 suggestions. The Hazean's Grab Bag: Week 10 is up with some waiver suggestions and ready for your questions. I have not found anyone nearly as good/timely as The Hazean at answering your lineup go ahead and ask away. You'll have an answer before you know it.'s Risers & Fallers: Brees, Fargas on the ris

AP and other news from Week 9

I have a sad confession to make. I have Adrian Peterson in one league and yet did NOT win in that league. Stunning, right? By our scoring standards, he gave me 37.5 points but the rest of my team had a decidedly mediocre week - and my opponent had Hasselbeck, T.O., Randy Moss, and Tony Gonzalez, all of whom had pretty stellar weeks. So while AP hopefully led many of you to a sweet, sweet victory, I am going to have to whip the rest of my team into shape. Onto other news...were you all wondering why Priest Holmes was suddenly seeing a handful of carries? So was I. Apparently Larry Johnson injured his ankle and will be out for at least one week . And how about Jamal Lewis with 4 TDs? Yeah, I have Derek Anderson in one league and was getting more and more irate each time Jamal ran in a TD, particularly since the guy I was playing had Jamal on his team. [Note: AP broke Jamal Lewis' record of 295 rushing yards from 2003.] And Jay Cutler, Chad Johnson, Jerious Norwood, Ryan Grant, and Ah

Last Minute Decisions: Week 9

I'm a little late with this week's last minute decisions post - but I'm coming out of the Fantasy Cave now and have all the links you need. KFFL's Sunday Morning Report Rotoworld's Last Minute Decisions Bruno Boys' Week 9 Podcast: NFL Injuries and Weather If you're looking for some game-time injury updates on say, Frank Gore, or many of the other fantasy all-stars, try ESPN's NFL headlines , Rotoworld's NFL headlines , or Football Guys' Breaking News . If you're in need of some start/sit help, see my posts from Thursday and Friday this week. I'm married to a hardcore Peyton fan - my husband is from Knoxville, TN - so we're having some friends over for the overhyped game this afternoon. However, my sister and her boyfriend are big Pats fans so I imagine there might be some trash talk done via texting this afternoon...can't wait.

Consensus Start and Sit Picks for Week 9

Before we get to this week's consensus start and sit suggestions, here are a few more start and sit sites that were not included in my post from yesterday . CBS Sports' Week 9 Start 'em Sit 'em's Start 'em & Sit 'em: Week 9 Fifth Down's Week 9 Gems and Gimps Sport Projections' Start 'em Sit 'em - Week 9 And now onto the consensus picks for week 9. I started this feature last week and am tallying up all the start and sit votes I see on the start 'em sit 'em lists I link to every week. Then I give you a list of the 3-5 most popular start and sit players for each position. So if you're short on time and don't want to read every single start/sit article, then read on... QB Start: Matt Hasselbeck, Philip Rivers, Jay Cutler, J.P. Losman Sit: Kurt Warner, Steve McNair, Vince Young, Jon Kitna, David Carr RB Start: Shaun Alexander, Kevin Jones, Marshawn Lynch, Clinton Portis Sit: DeShaun Foster (and/or Williams), Willis McG

Start and Sit Suggestions for Week 9

Start/sit day is here! Week 9 of the NFL season is a mere 3 days away and I'm already getting some lineup questions from some of you dedicated readers out there. Fortunately, there's a bevy of start and sit sites to read and even MORE fortunately, I'll be doing my synopsis again tomorrow in case you just want to read up on the consensus start/sits for week 9. I think I've made it clear several times that the FF Goat is a great resource - and once again, he doesn't disappoint. Read the Goat's Fantasy Football Start 'em Sit 'em and Sleepers for Week 9 post. Those of you who just picked up Ryan Grant may be sorry to see who is listed under the Goat's sit 'em suggestions.... FF Geek Blog's Studs and Duds: Week 9 - note that they have decided not to focus on players in this week's big game - NE at Indy. So don't be startled that your favorite Colt or Patriot isn't on this well done list. FanNation's Start 'em, Sit 'em: We