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Week 11 Links and a bowling groove

Well I performed moderately well at bowling tonight - certainly didn't knock any one's socks off and an old man even kind of made fun of me at one point (though he also high-fived me on multiple occasions), but I feel like I've got my bowling groove back a bit. Should I have called this post "How the FFL got her groove back?"

As I mentioned earlier today, I probably won't get a chance to blog tomorrow so here are a few more articles to help you through the FFL Thursday drought.

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Unknown said…
so t. jones plays tonight... do i start him or c. johnson vs the jags?

so perplexing the pats seem a little weaker in the D than normal... but do i really believe that a jets running back does well vrs the pats at home...? i don't know if i can pull the trigger, but i hate to miss out on another 3 TD game you know?
I'd go with Johnson, I think. Like the matchup better even though the Jags run D is a tough one, too.

By the way, turns out sitting on the tarmac with a delayed flight is a great time to answer FF questions...I'm off to answer more!
Unknown said…
nice... headed somewhere warm or back home? i think i agree with johnson, you just never know what bill upchuck (as my wife would say, she's like p. manning a lot)will do. plus they're at home and i think favre will be the one to shine (if any)not jones...
Anonymous said…
As we hit late fall/early winter, weather impacts who to start and who to sit.

For example, with a 70% chance of rain tonight, should I sit or start Cotchery?

So, if anyone knows of any links that look at the interaction of weather/fantasy football on a weekly basis, I'd sure appreciate the info.

Peace,
Anonymous said…
Fantasy Football Cafe has way too many pop-ups.

Do everyone a favor and kick them to the curb!
Anonymous said…
I second thedewd's request. I'm debating about whether to play R. Moss in tonight's weather or Santonio Holmes instead. If it weren't for the weather, there'd be no question....
Anonymous said…
I can start 3 rb's. Who would you start J. Addai ( vs houston) M. Turner ( vs Denver ) J. Stewart (vs detriot) or Ricky Williams (vs oakland) Thanks
I will definitely scope out some weather articles for you guys - I know I've seen one recently nut can't remember where off the top of my head...

And thanks for the FF Cafe pop ups feedback - I'll probably still link to them a few more times but maybe with a pop ups warning or something. :)

As for RBs I'd go with addai, turner and Williams. Good luck!
Unknown said…
Playin football in really fun and enjoyable in winter. Checking weather Weather measuring instruments resource before you start playing is really a safe move.

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