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Week 3: I benched Newton and started Eli Manning

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And there should be no question why I will remain in LAST place for the third straight week!

How do I get good at this stuff?

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I benched Carolinas D and play San Frans! DAMNIT!!!

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That's an honest mistake imo... regardless of what anyone says, who predicted that game yesterday???  Nobody, that's who.

 

My wife had the SF defense or the Panthers defense and she was pissed she didn't play the Panthers... but if she'd asked me before the game I would've picked SF too.

 

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Dude...

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You always play Cam in fantasy. He's just one of those players you don't bench.

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I played the Panther's D, but my opponent had Romo & Murray. On top of that, Jones & Lynch decided to under perform on me. I need about a 400 yd, 4td performance from Manning tonight... On the up side, that's possible.

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I benched him for Vick.  Maybe it was good luck for Cam?

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I benched the Panther's D in one of my leagues.....didn't matter, my oppo has a 50pt lead on me this week with Decker left.

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