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Michael Fabiano, Are you even trying?

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Ok, So Im looking through his list of Start em or Sit em for this week. I look through the QBs, No Cam Newton. Well Im starting him anyways as I think he is starting to play better. So RBs, No Panthers. WRs, No Panthers. RB and WRs I can kind of understand. So I look at the defense tab just knowing Carolina is a start em....NOPE. You would think a documented top 5 defense playing a rook QB and RB, would be an automatic start. COME ON MAN! There was just no mention of the panthers anywhere.

 

http://www.nfl.com/fantasyfootball/story/0ap2000000268075/article/start-em-sit-em-quarterbacks-for-week-8

 

 

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Don't sweat it brah Fabs doesn't even lift.

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even after he takes the time to explain why he picks who he picks, you still don't understand why?

 

remove the blind homer glasses and read it again.

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oh no what are we gonna do????

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To be fair, Carolina's track record against no-name or rookie QBs, RBs, or WR starting their career isn't exactly stellar.

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even after he takes the time to explain why he picks who he picks, you still don't understand why?

 

remove the blind homer glasses and read it again.

 

He did not explain anythign about the panthers. I have been starting the Carolina D for weeks now. They are top 5 in scoring. Nothing else needs explained. 

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"Obvious fantasy starters like Aaron Rodgers and Adrian Peterson will not be featured."

 

 

 

I think Cam qualifies as an obvious starter.  He is consistently ranked in the top 5 of fantasy quarterback projections.

 

 

Maybe even Carolina defense/ST is an obvious start as well.

 

 

 

I think that article is more of a "guys on the fence" advice column.

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At the top he says he doesn't state the obvious starts like Rodgers or AP. Cam and Carolinas defense is an obvious start duh

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He did not explain anythign about the panthers. I have been starting the Carolina D for weeks now. They are top 5 in scoring. Nothing else needs explained. 

 

it's obvious all you did was scan for anything panther related, and got upset when you didn't see anything obvious.

 

this may help you out...For your final lineup decisions, check our lineup rankings.

 

it's from the very same article.

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"Obvious fantasy starters like Aaron Rodgers and Adrian Peterson will not be featured."

I think Cam qualifies as an obvious starter. He is consistently ranked in the top 5 of fantasy quarterback projections.

Maybe even Carolina defense/ST is an obvious start as well.

I think that article is more of a "guys on the fence" advice column.

Get that common sense outta here!!!

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My bad. I am drinking the kool aid right now. Good obvious catch. 

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Actually.. he did mention a Panthers WR: Smitty

 

Owners beware - Steve Smith at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Thurs.): To put it lightly, Smith has not done well against the Buccaneers in recent seasons. He hasn't scored a touchdown against them in the last five meetings, and has posted 80-plus yards just once in his last eight games versus Tampa Bay. Smith could also see a lot of CB Darrelle Revis(Maximum value: High WR3)

 

There ya go.. feel better now?

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