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Week 8 prep: waiver up

For nearly the past 3 months, our house has been under construction as I'm sure I've mentioned on here a few times. Today marks they day that they're about 99% done, but most of all, the big orange dumpster outside of our house was finally removed. Most of the construction was about correcting some major water and termite damage but in that process we also got a new sunroom/playroom and I adore it. So while we're about a month over schedule and way, way over the original budget, now we have this space that so far all the humans and felines in our house seem to gravitate toward. It brings me happiness, which I know is a strange thing to say about a room, but then again Chris Johnson's huge performance on Sunday was also a source of some joy (didn't really think I'd be saying that this season). On the other hand, in that same dynasty league I also have MJD, so the overall status of my RBs there is very iffy. If you're also an MJD owner looking to the wire for some love, head on over to one or all of these links:

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Anonymous said…
notjustagame.com link is from 2005: Jeff Garcia, Daunte Culpepper and Kurt Warner.

Here's a link to this week's Waiver Wire: http://www.notjustagame.com/post-week-seven-waiver-wire-2
Ha! Whoa...not sure how I dug that up. Link fixed, thanks anon.
Anonymous said…
love the site. will u do the weekly start/sit consensus again thsi year? just curious
kate said…
Pictures please! Not your modus operandi, but we are facing down a home renovation project next summer and I am a sucker for before/after photos. :-)

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