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(ESPN)   For your fantasy football team, here are the players that Matthew Berry loves, and the players that he hates going into the draft. And a little love for some radio host nobody's ever heard of   (espn.go.com) divider line 54
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2013-08-10 04:31:41 AM
well, im a believer.  i'd go Jones and Cobb.  when TEs have a monster year they follow it with 75% or less of the numbers from that monster year.  every defense prioritize to shut them down now.  id rather go with a mid level TE for a better pick-to-value ratio.
 
2013-08-10 11:17:08 AM

The Flexecutioner: well, im a believer.  i'd go Jones and Cobb.  when TEs have a monster year they follow it with 75% or less of the numbers from that monster year.  every defense prioritize to shut them down now.  id rather go with a mid level TE for a better pick-to-value ratio.


Truth but he already had that drop off last year due to injury/head coach not there. Believer isn't the best term, no Jennings and jordy just had knee surgery. Cobb should see similar if not more production. With only 2 Rec in a line up I'd go with the rec and te keeper, but yeah it's a tough decision
 
2013-08-10 02:00:03 PM
In addition to being painfully unfunny, Berry's fantasy analysis is weak. I am a CBS man when it comes to fantasy football, Yahoo and ESPN do not impress. Jamey Eisenberg knows what's up.
 
2013-08-10 02:19:48 PM

thecpt: The Flexecutioner: well, im a believer.  i'd go Jones and Cobb.  when TEs have a monster year they follow it with 75% or less of the numbers from that monster year.  every defense prioritize to shut them down now.  id rather go with a mid level TE for a better pick-to-value ratio.

Truth but he already had that drop off last year due to injury/head coach not there. Believer isn't the best term, no Jennings and jordy just had knee surgery. Cobb should see similar if not more production. With only 2 Rec in a line up I'd go with the rec and te keeper, but yeah it's a tough decision


well, im a believer for another reason, im a UK alum.  but yeah, he's proven enough and the situation at GB demands more from him so this is gonna be a big year if he doesnt get hurt.  im in a few keeper leagues and he was an early investment paying off so now im diggin in my heels on making him a prime component.  also, this year i think i'll let go of my irrational allegiance to Stevie Johnson.  I know too little about how Kolb's clicking with Buffalo or how good their o-line is.  last year was a guessing game as to which Stevie was showing up.  this year feels the same.
 
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