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Little Week 6 sumpin' for everyone

My mom is coming to visit this weekend - she's going to be the family guinea pig on the fancy wifi-enabled buses that run from DC to NYC (yes, seems a little odd to call a bus fancy). My sister lives here in NYC, too, which means my mom will be in complete heaven spending all weekend with her girls (if you know my mom, I promise you could see her visibly gushing with excitement for this weekend) and I can't wait to have her here in my new home. Sadly it will be cool and rainy all weekend here in NYC - perfect football-watching weather, right? Well perhaps I can talk my mom into watching some football with me... 

Now to today's links!
And the slew of start/sit links and rankings up today:


NumbersAndGuts said…
Thanks for the post.
Mike said…
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Anonymous said…
Hello Sara.

I was wondering who you will pick between these Tightends

Shiancoe or Marcedes Lewis?

Unknown said…

Your thoughts please! I have both Big Ben & Hasselbeck, need to start 1. I already have L. Fitz, I need to start either V. Jackson or Nate Burleson. Most boards have them flip flopped. Big Ben faces the terrible Det D, but how much will they rely on the passing game? Vincent J. has been a beast but they are facing your own tough Broncos D who have YET to allow a 100 yard receiver. On the other hand, Seattle is against the worst passing D in the Cards. Your thoughts please!!
Matt said…
The footballdocs link is pointing to the rotoworld article.
squishy squid said…
Need advice: Currently, I have McGahee, who is sharing all his work with Rice, and Sammy Morris. Who should I start? My other RB is Kevin Smith.
Bobbert said…

I feel McGahee is still worth a look... i know he had a pair of down weeks, but he is this year's "TD Vulture of the Year"
I kind of like Sammy Morris to be honest...a messy backfield like BAL, I know, but he's got more potential this week I think.

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