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Camdemonium

Jets v Dolphins

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Quick fantasy advice, up by three points and need to preserve the lead. My opponent has Shonn Greene going tonight. I've got two spots have to play Dustin Keller at TE but then the other I have Santonio Holmes or Daniel Thomas. Scoring is 1 point for every 20yds receiving/25 yards rushing and 6pts for a TD. Who should I go with....I'm thinking Santonio because the Dolphins have given up close to two passing TD's a game but the Jets run defense is pretty terrible also....

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Did you guys hear Berman? Atlanta played a get well game yesterday?

Fatass needs to stomp running his mouth. He get's paid to be annoying and yell like an idiot.

^I guess he does his job well then

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Did you guys hear Berman? Atlanta played a get well game yesterday?

Fatass needs to stomp running his mouth. He get's paid to be annoying and yell like an idiot.

From the mouth of a Falcons fan y'all came to play. That was no "get-well" game.

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Fireman Ed is teh awesome!!

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Fireman Ed is teh awesome!!

Drunken Joe Namath would've been better.

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If you're going to run play action then pass it to the rb...why the fug would you not have Tomlinson or Joe McKnight in....

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That was a great cut by Reggie....

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