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Me vs Bunny. Two good teams and if IIRC i got a whupping last time out in yr1 of the rebuild. In fact, yup i just went and checked ... 155 beat 116 in favor of the Nails. Trounced.

Either way, we're a wee bit closer in terms of scoring potential this year so im more optimistic than last year, but hesitant enough all the same.

Interestingly, i think this one will come down to the DBs ... Love Porter this week and season long. Verner too. Bottom line: Im completely outclassed at CB.

Decision to roll with 3 safeties over a 4th LB could help or hinder too. My decision to roll w/Skrine could bite me in the but.

Tried and failed to secure Gay, Tarell & Co. Winfield should be consistent enough. But Skrine was only in on about 55% of snaps last week. Should uptick this week, but nothing certain.

Also started Casey over Dareus. As i would anyone who jost lost a close family member. Some things are bigger than FF and my thoughts are with him and his family at this time. Truly tragic.

Everything else is pretty much as youd expect lineup wise tho :)
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As it went, here's the run down of the past few weeks' results:

Wk2
Shark Bitten 141
The Rusty Nails 123

Wk3
I'll Drink to That 114
Shark Bitten 157

Wk4
Shark Bitten 155
Bacchus 122

Wk5
Porch Crawlers 109
Shark Bitten 115

Wk6
Amity Island Avengers 112
Shark Bitten 151

Wk7
Shark Bitten 150
Sven's Sextacy 92

So the good news is, we're unbeaten at coming up the halfway stage of the season. With 6 games left of regular season, another win probably guarantees us a play-off spot and potentially a bye. The former was the atrget (play-offs), the latter would be a nice bonus.

The bad news is ... well don't really have any right now. It'll happen though. It happens to everyone.
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The only current moves of note in the interim since week 2 have been the acquisitions of:

    M.Wilkerson (DE) - The addition of Wilko pre-wk 4 has been a nice plus so far for us - esp with Clayborn ending up on IR so early in the season. He's gone from upside fill/bye week player to starter.
    B.Jones (LB) - I own DJSmith. Ive handcuffed a handcuff. True story #-o . Still, in an LB driven league why not? :dontknow:
    C.Dahl (S) - Needed some Safety bye week plays coming up. Hopefully Dahl can do the job without kicking me in the rump

DT
No doubt about it, Dareus & Casey havent been doing as well as id like and unless they buck up may well be for the cut at the seasons end. Theyve been steady at a low scoring spot - mostly. Hard to say theyve underperformed as such is the nature of the position, but i was expecting a little better ...

DE
Wake has woken up a bit, Clayborn has gone out for the season, Wilko has been doing a great fill in job & Quinn has been what i thought he was - a sack specialist that wont rack up as many tackles as youd like. Hes young, that can change. Maybe Graham will buck up a bit with a change of DC in Philly but hes only on the roster as a flier and will be one of the first against the wall if i need an emergency WW add, no doubt about it. Long on talent, short on health.

LB
Washington? Bowman? Jackson? Freeman? Its been undoubtedly the strength of the team and carried the bulk of the scoring. Having players like DJSmith (IR), Craig Robertson, the Bowman/Willis h.cuff (Larry Grant- a luxury roster spot/pickup) and Demario Davis (who's just coming along in NYJ as we speak) augers well. Hopefully the pickup in Davis' production will pick up for any slack in any drop-off in the other production here, though with a couple of options ahead of him, there's no rush right now.

CB
I kept Winfield on from last year, despite his age and being on IR most of last year. Guy is just a class player and as long as he's on the field for 3 downs i'll start him just as i have Finnegan in other leagues. Aside from having one of the few steady CB options in IDP, Janoris Jenkins and Buster Skrine are filling in nicely to tick my quota of "Targeted rookie CBs". Not sure about Skrine's long term value with Hadens return to full health, but the one thing about CB is that despite the questions there are always (ALWAYS) plenty of potential answers on the WW in any given week!

S
Our safety play has - like much of our DL play - been relatively consistent. No earth shattering games or performances, but some nice steady play. Unlike the DL players though not as much was expected out of these players by most preseason (Bigby & Coleman notably) so it's been a nice surprise that combined with the up and down performances

If i were grading our team over halfway through the regular season, i'd give it an A-. The results have been there (and been pretty good), but i can see problems at both DL spots (for different reasons), CB and S quite easily - and bad ones - down the line if i dont have a look at them in FA/WW and in the draft.
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We have a trade ...

I have a ridonkulous amount of LB depth: Washington, Bowman, D'Qwell, Butler, Freeman, KJWright, Demario Davis (R) as well as a couple of the Bishop injury beneficiaries - Brad Jones (current) & DJSmith (previously).

As a result, and in keeping with FF 101 "Always trade a position of depth for a position of need". DE might not have been as big a need as it looked coming into the season with a couple of players stepping up (Quinn & Clayborn, till his injury) & the acquistions of Wake & Wilkerson, but being play-off bound and hopefully ( :eusa_pray: ) looking like a contender, you always look to improve.

Give: D'Qwell Jackson (LB, CLE)
Receive: Chandler Jones (DE, NEP)

It's probably about right. I think Amity did well and i overpaid slightly, as LBs heftily outscore DEs, we can start more of them and his production had a couple of down weeks - which affects perceived value sometimes, but hey ... that's dynasty trading for you and it'll be VERY rare you'll get exact value between two owners in terms of rating players (everyone has a different take on every player!) but overall i hope we're both happy; He needs LBs badly, i need to prep for a strong play-off run. Win:win.

I believe the injuries all around the secondary and in the heart of the DL to Rubin & Taylor have been the main reason behind that and he'll be just fine for production down the stretch. And then some! GL to Amity and to us.

Other moves "In" this past week:

Danny Trevathan (LB, DEN) - A rookie LB out of Kentucky and a player i really liked coming into the draft. With Mays down and out and Woody playing full time Mike (MLB), DJWilliams may be back and be the better short term add, but his age and contract $ vs his actual production and off-the-field issues (John Fox is nothing if not a high character coach and he wont tolerate him for long imho unless he can manage a 360 on his past behaviour). If he's productive till Williams gets back or can get on for 2 or 3 downs, we'll see if we keep him onboard or not ...
Darnell Dockett (DE, ARI) - The complete opposite of Trevathan in that hes completely a short term thing, probably a week on the roster. Thats it. His production has been below the league average, but im short with Chandler Jones, Rob Quinn and Mo Wilkerson all on a bye i need someone to bookend Wake in our start 2 DE league. On the quiet, GBP dont allow as many sacks as they have done in the past but they are still top 5 for QB hits so im hoping for Dockett to parlay one or two of those into a sack. Ill take a sack and a couple of tackles for a "spot start" bye week filler. Please. Pretty please!

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Okay well that sucked ... Big time. What i thought may have been a pretty straightforward game became very uncomfortable, very quickly.

Going into Mondays game i was down for the first time this season that i can remember & needing 6-7FPts from Coleman to be certain of a win. On another weekend i wouldnt have been overly concerned. Nervous, sure - but not overly so (he says ... :F ). Given what had happened to the lineup that week @LB however comfort was never going to be a factor and it brought something home to me ...

Whilst i'm focused solely on the post season and trying to win the league, i never considered that going unbeaten would be something i would be hoping to aspire to.

Its a vanity.

If you offered me an ugly 6-4 season, a play off spot and a championship id take it over a perfect season and losing at the last.

Who wouldnt!

I'll tell you something though, despite all that i'll be the first to say i was swearing like a trooper at the screen when i checked in late sunday night at the thought of actually dropping a game. I wouldve been 8-1, big deal. But yeah, there i was :dontknow:

But taking nothing away from Turbodogs. That was a really close game and had he started Cameron Jorden (DE, NOS - 23 FPts this week) then thered be little i couldve done. Good game well played, sir.

Anyhoo ...

Thoughts

**LB almost killed us this week. A supposed strength? Goes to show you aught take nothing for granted:

    KJWright's concussion? Wright = 0Pts
    Miami's inability or desire to rush more than 18 times. Freeman = 4Pts
    Daryl Washington's lowest scoring game in 11 months. Washington = 11Pts

That meant our LBs scored (over 4 players) a miserable 35 FPts. Were it not for Donnie Butler's 20Pts, in this LB driven league itll put it into some sort of persective how badly we did and how close we came to dropping our first game this year.

**The Dockett pickup was a lifesaver this week. He did indeed manage to parlay QBs OL problems & QB hits into production and his 11 FPts (the same # as Daryl Washington produced and more than Demeco Ryans, Nick Barnett & TJ Ward) - half a sack, half a pts worth of TFLs, 2 x solos & 4 x assists. With the breadwinners (LBs) having a terrible week, those 11 FPts? It's no exaggeration to say it could easily have been our most important WW pickup of the year. Hard to believe i'll be kicking him to the roadside pretty quickly, but thats FF.

**Believe in Brad ... . Had i had the faith to start Brad Jones (GBP, ILB and benficiary of injuries to Des Bishop and then DJSmith), this wouldnt have been as close.

** The unsexy spots didnt let us down (DT & CB). They might not win you many games, but they CAN do it. Never take them for granted or get lackadaisical in whether you think its worth looking at the WW.

**The Trevathan pickup wasn't a bad idea. He put up 11Pts this week and showed he can be a good backup player. Be interesting to see how Fox and DJWIlliams plays out but im happy with the cost (a WW pickup) to be proven wrong. Alot of LBs popping up in the wake of a dearth of injuries - be intersting to see what Gary Guyton does to the snaps of another LB who was taken more widely last week (Ernie Sims) moving fwds. probably nothing, but hes a 2 down thumper specialist and he could be a rotational player.
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IDPeople wrote:Okay well that sucked ... Big time. What i thought may have been a pretty straightforward game became very uncomfortable, very quickly.

Going into Mondays game i was down for the first time this season that i can remember & needing 6-7FPts from Coleman to be certain of a win. On another weekend i wouldnt have been overly concerned. Nervous, sure - but not overly so (he says ... :F ). Given what had happened to the lineup that week @LB however comfort was never going to be a factor and it brought something home to me ...

Whilst i'm focused solely on the post season and trying to win the league, i never considered that going unbeaten would be something i would be hoping to aspire to.

Its a vanity.

If you offered me an ugly 6-4 season, a play off spot and a championship id take it over a perfect season and losing at the last.

Who wouldnt!

I'll tell you something though, despite all that i'll be the first to say i was swearing like a trooper at the screen when i checked in late sunday night at the thought of actually dropping a game. I wouldve been 8-1, big deal. But yeah, there i was :dontknow:

Anyhoo ...

Thoughts

**LB almost killed us this week. A supposed strength? Goes to show you aught take nothing for granted:

    KJWright's concussion? Wright = 0Pts
    Miami's inability or desire to rush more than 18 times. Freeman = 4Pts
    Daryl Washington's lowest scoring game in 11 months. Washington = 11Pts

That meant our LBs scored (over 4 players) a miserable 35 FPts. Were it not for Donnie Butler's 20Pts, in this LB driven league itll put it into some sort of persective how badly we did and how close we came to dropping our first game this year.

**The Dockett pickup was a lifesaver this week. He did indeed manage to parlay QBs OL problems & QB hits into production and his 11 FPts (the same # as Daryl Washington produced and more than Demeco Ryans, Nick Barnett & TJ Ward) - half a sack, half a pts worth of TFLs, 2 x solos & 4 x assists. With the breadwinners (LBs) having a terrible week, those 11 FPts? It's no exaggeration to say it could easily have been our most important WW pickup of the year. Hard to believe i'll be kicking him to the roadside pretty quickly, but thats FF.

** The unsexy spots didnt let us down (DT & CB). They might not win you many games, but they CAN do it. Never take them for granted or get lackadaisical in whether you think its worth looking at the WW.


9-0 right now will get you the same thing that 13-0 got me last year in the WALL.....spit.

Those footsteps you hear? That flash from the corner of your eye?

That's me, fuzzball. :guns:
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Kilroy1872 wrote:
IDPeople wrote:Okay well that sucked ... Big time. What i thought may have been a pretty straightforward game became very uncomfortable, very quickly.

Going into Mondays game i was down for the first time this season that i can remember & needing 6-7FPts from Coleman to be certain of a win. On another weekend i wouldnt have been overly concerned. Nervous, sure - but not overly so (he says ... :F ). Given what had happened to the lineup that week @LB however comfort was never going to be a factor and it brought something home to me ...

Whilst i'm focused solely on the post season and trying to win the league, i never considered that going unbeaten would be something i would be hoping to aspire to.

Its a vanity.

If you offered me an ugly 6-4 season, a play off spot and a championship id take it over a perfect season and losing at the last.

Who wouldnt!


9-0 right now will get you the same thing that 13-0 got me last year in the WALL.....spit.

Those footsteps you hear? That flash from the corner of your eye?

That's me, fuzzball. :guns:


I remember :)

Having got to the championship game in both (one - this one - more surprising than the other), as i said above i agree; ill take the ugly wins and the big game at the end, rather than a perfect season. Its a vanity.

Annoyingly it's a conceit i find myself giving more of a damn about than id care to admit :(

BTW you're aware that could sound like you're trying to expose me to an indecent exposure (footsteps ... flashes), right? :)

But yeah, bring it - ill be looking for you in the play offs as we have THE closest games.

Apropos of talking about big games, it's a good league and with 3 games left before the post season there are 3 teams at 6-3-0 and one "awe-mighty" humdinger of a game on the board next week!:

Wk11: Shark Bitten (9-0-0, 1st) vs Red October (7-2-0, 2nd).

A win for Red puts them one more win away from a guaranteed bye in the post season, a win for me takes me a step closer to an unbeaten regular season run (not bad for that #11 of 12 placed team i took over) but more crucially guarantees the bye.

A loss? That bye week for October coupled with a win for anyone of 3 teams makes it game on for that #2 seed and bye ... i know it might go against the grain, but you (and a couple of other teams) should be cheering me on this week as all 3 of you could still make that bye ;)

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IDPeople wrote:
Kilroy1872 wrote:
IDPeople wrote:Okay well that sucked ... Big time. What i thought may have been a pretty straightforward game became very uncomfortable, very quickly.

Going into Mondays game i was down for the first time this season that i can remember & needing 6-7FPts from Coleman to be certain of a win. On another weekend i wouldnt have been overly concerned. Nervous, sure - but not overly so (he says ... :F ). Given what had happened to the lineup that week @LB however comfort was never going to be a factor and it brought something home to me ...

Whilst i'm focused solely on the post season and trying to win the league, i never considered that going unbeaten would be something i would be hoping to aspire to.

Its a vanity.

If you offered me an ugly 6-4 season, a play off spot and a championship id take it over a perfect season and losing at the last.

Who wouldnt!


9-0 right now will get you the same thing that 13-0 got me last year in the WALL.....spit.

Those footsteps you hear? That flash from the corner of your eye?

That's me, fuzzball. :guns:


I remember :)

Having got to the championship game in both (one - this one - more surprising than the other), as i said above i agree; ill take the ugly wins and the big game at the end, rather than a perfect season. Its a vanity.

Annoyingly it's a conceit i find myself giving more of a damn about than id care to admit :(

BTW you're aware that could sound like you're trying to expose me to an indecent exposure (footsteps ... flashes), right? :)

But yeah, bring it - ill be looking for you in the play offs as we have THE closest games.

Apropos of talking about big games, it's a good league and with 3 games left before the post season and 3 teams at 6-3-0, there's one "awe-mighty" humdinger of a game on the board next week:

Wk11: Shark Bitten (9-0-0, 1st) vs Red October (7-2-0, 2nd).

A win for Joe should but ensure a bye in week 1, a win for me takes me a step closer to an unbeaten regular season run (not bad for that #11 of 12 placed team i took over).

A loss? That bye week for October coupled with a win for anyone of 3 teams makes it game on for that #2 seed and bye ...


Best of Luck...leading me in my division.

The enemy of my enemy is my friend. :thumbright:

And blah blah blah 11 of 12...I got the team you passed on.

Footsteps, fuzzball. :guns:
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Kilroy1872 wrote:The enemy of my enemy is my friend. :thumbright:

Nail ... Hammer :thumbright:

Now, i aint condoning it, but if ya'll could do something about Mr "S"Watt in his lineup - thatd be just peachy :D
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IDPeople wrote:
Kilroy1872 wrote:The enemy of my enemy is my friend. :thumbright:

Nail ... Hammer :thumbright:

Now, i aint condoning it, but if ya'll could do something about Mr "S"Watt in his lineup - thatd be just peachy :D


Against Chicago's O-Line? Hope for under 15. :F
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In: Derek Cox (CB, JAX)
Out: Craig Dahl (S, StL)

Nothing overly complex here.

Buster Skrine is on a bye, i (intentionally) "Travel light" @CB, its a min start 2 league, so i need someone to man up opposite Winfield.

Cox is mildly talented, but hasnt had great luck in the health and snap department. That said he got 100% of the snpas last week, so looks healthy and has a decent matchup against a pass-centric (Its Arians, right) colts team.

Lineup Wk10

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^^ Now im quite happy with that lineup, but just to put that into some perspective the guy im playing has players like J.J.Watt (who as Gary mentioned has the equivalent of an IDP Heaven matchup - the IDP stands for "Individual Defensive Porn", incidentally. That CHI OL is as sturdy as a chocolate coffepot :F ), and if you think thats bad? His other DE has the DET OL and goes by the given christian name of Jared :F Derrick Johnson, Dannell Ellerbe, Brandon Mebane are other key players he has to name but a few.

One thing's for sure, if his DEs have the game they should have and if my LBs are playing at anything but 100% their best this could get ugly. Fast.

Some of you might now be seeing why ive spent alot of time trying to improve my DEs, primarily at the cost of my LBs. Ive got enough to put out a good lineup and have depth, but its games like these where LB brute strength wont be enough. Ill need everyone to come through.

As a BUF fan it pains me to say it, but i need both Chandler Jones (vs BUF) and Wake (vs TEN) to step up. Both are tasty matches, albeit off the "set menu" rather than the "a la carte" that Red's boys' will be dining off this weekend. There are soem other tasty games tho. StL, JAX & TBB are both running the ball a fair amount which should help Bowman, Butler & Freeman. The Lions and Colts should keep Winfield and Cox occupied and Casey has been steady enough he should be a steady play vs MIA and not be on a down swing, as can happen at the DT position sometimes.

If you're reading Joe? Best of luck, should be epic =D>
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OUCH. Knocked from the ranks of the unbeaten by a scoring correction.

If there's one thing about IDP that makes me crazy it's that. You never know when a close win isn't. :censor: ](*,) :censor: ](*,)
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Thoughts (Wk10)

Okay well there is good news and bad news.

The good news is - as pointed out - that we didnt have to worry about staying undefeated against red october this week.

The bad news is, we sucked anyway! :D :D

A few things that we need to reflect on:

    Sadly i wasnt able to get KJ out of my lineup, he wasnt starting i wasnt able to get on hte PC. RL happens. I cant get worked up over that!
    Jerrell Freeman? ANOTHER poor week of production. Now thats something i can rile against. Really need to see something more now before i go back to that well as a starter.
    My front 3 (DT, DE, DE)? Cant say i wasnt expecting better outta Casey, Wake & Jones. I dont mind Quinn & Wilkerson putting up big numbers on my bench. You wont go a season without having a few weeks where youll regret what you left on the bench. But when youre starters fail abjectly and in numbers? That smarts ...
    Ultimately, 3 things to take away. One, who udnerperformed. Two, the %age starter efficiency and Thirdly (and most crucially) the potential points (ie best lineup). In the case of the latter, Red wins regardless, nothing you can do when you lose to the better team on the day and his was :thumbright:

All credit to Joe, thats some team he's got and he was up there last season and he will be this =D>

Im feel a little less magnaminous about the stat change -over a week after the fact (:D) - but well played Turbodogs too (110 vs 111 final, belated score!)! If results go their way this week theyre right back in the play-off place hunt.

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OUT: Derek Cox (CB, JAX)
IN: Darius Butler (CB, NEP)

OUT: Darnell Dockett (DE, ARI)
IN: Leonard Johnson (CB, TBB)

OUT: Larry Grant (LB, SFO)
IN: Akeem Dent (LB, ATL)

Winfield is on a Bye, Skrine is back - but Haden is coming back too. When he starts again (and he will, GTD vs DAL which is a great matchup) Skrines value will drop. Our CB stud becomes so much dust. Such is the fickle world of CBs.

Cox didnt work out, Docket was just a bye week plug n play and Grant was a luxury roster spot.

With Antoine Winfield (CB) out & Buster Skrine (CB) potentially a non starter this week, that was the priority - just as DE was in wk9.

Butler is my replacement for Winfield this week and should be the guy most likely to be picked on by Brady this week - which works fine for me. Vaughn could also put up good numbers there for Indy (or even the guy more bullied by Brady if they think Butler might know Brady too well from their NEP days together), but ill roll with Butler this week.

Johnson fulfills the criteria of "rookie starting CB whipping boy" for TBB and will be "Plan B", if Haden is a go and Skrine doesnt start.

I was surprised to pick up Dent in the 3rd and final rnd of Waivers this week as im neither the Nicholas or Weatherspoon owner. I dont expect many days in the sun with him this year - but just like DJSmith last year i dont mind stashing a guy for next year on the off chance. Especially if Weatherspoon has a relapse.

Between him, Demario Davis (NYJ, LB) and Danny Trevathan (DEN, LB) id be ecstatic if one of them can become a staple heading into 2013.

Looking around the WW moves this week some other good pickups by Amity @CB (Heyward & Lacey) and a really sneaky one by Rusty Nails on Amukamara. With the Gmen being on a bye, i was hoping i could sneak in for wk12 if either of the 2 pickups this week didnt work. If i had the roster room id wouldve moved for him post WW in FCFS. fat chance with this lot :F Well played!
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Theres the lineup^^. Some things to look at:

@DT: Casey is out, Dareus starts by default
@DE: With only Quinn facing a potential banana skin in terms of matchups, there are 3 nice matchups to choose from for 2 spots: Wake vs BUF OL, Wilkerson vs StL OL & Jones vs IND OL. For now im going with Wake & Jones. That said though Jones has been a little down past couple of weeks. That either means he's going to be tapdancing on Lucks helmet or gazing at it from afar ... Im hoping for the former, but wouldnt be surprised by the latter. Wouldnt shock me if i get cold feet & roll with the safer matchup of Wilkerson come Sunday Morning ...
@LB: 2 bad weeks? I have other options? As much as i love Freeman - and i do - hes grabbing some pine this week. Its not as great of a matchup, but Brad Jones gets his spot. Washington is back of his bye and is a must start every week and Butler who rounds out the starters will be steady if unspectacular
@CB: If it looks like Skrine wont get significant PT (Haden & Co.) then ill start Johnson (TBB, CB)
@S: I dont have many options to roll with here. Coleman starts regardless and im not that huge a fan of either Bigby or TJ Ward this week, but im hoping Bigby will at least get a chance to grab a fumble off of McGahee or one of the losse balls around Decker or the TEs.