Originally posted by Guru ZimStill, I'm looking at Lewis' backup in my fantasy league right now.
Jamal has always ahad problems holding out to the ball during stretches. But I would(and am in my two leagues)stikcing with him. Add that the fact that Zack Thomas probably won't play means good things for Jamal. It may be another 35 carry, 130 yard slam fest. But he'll get his yards.
Oh don't get me wrong - the guy is "a hoss" - but there has to be a breaking point for anyone.
I picked up Chester Taylor just in case so that I can screw over the guy that has Lewis in my league. I almost dropped Johnson (Priest's backup) to do it, but I thought there was a little too much potential irony there.
Willful ignorance of science is not commendable. Refusing to learn the difference between a credible source and a shill is criminally stupid.
Originally posted by redsoxnationRay Lucas? My god, was David Klingler to busy to take a phone call? Hell, I'm surprised Billick didn't try to dig up Randall Cunningham before he went this far in the dreg pile.
That shows you how bad Chris Redman is at Quarterback.
Actually, the 2nd half of the Rams game on Sunday night showed me how bad Chris Redman is at quarterback
It must be pretty embarassing for a back-up to drop DOWN the order when the starter gets injured.
I kinda wanted them to stick with Redman just out of a morbid fascination to see whether it led to a heart attack killing Ray Lewis before Ray Lewis killed Redman.
The way this years been going I almost fancy the Bungles to win the division now, with the charge starting with a win over KC come the weekend.
And so ends the Strahan return speculation! (sports.espn.go.com) Hopefully at least. One long running on/off retirement saga a year is quite enough for me thanks. In fact, if we could limit it to once a decade that would be OK too.