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  1. D.J. Chark caught 8-of-15 targets for 104 yards and two touchdowns in Week 11 against the Colts. Chark was the lone bright spot, catching both of Nick Foles's touchdowns. He sprinted untouched to the end-zone for a 34-yard touchdown on the second drive of the game, and added another one on a fade route in garbage-time. Chark been Foles's go-to receiver, though that's based off just five quarters of play. He'll be a FLEX play for a Week 12 matchup with the Titans. Dude is on pace for 80/1300/13 and they call him a flex play lmfao
  2. Patriots are going to be kicking themselves for the next 20 years
  3. Mark Ingram (toe) was listed as limited on Monday's practice report. The Saints didn't actually practice on Monday, as this is just an estimation since the Saints and Falcons were forced to issue a report ahead of their Thursday night matchup. We don't imagine it's anything to worry about right now, but in the event Ingram ever missed a game, Alvin Kamara would be in the overall RB1 conversation. For now, both are top 12 or 15 fantasy backs. The number 1 and 2 RBs since the AP trade are top 15 backs...
  4. How anyone can sit there with a straight face and say the Vikings are better than the Eagles is laughable. What will be the excuse when the Eagles slaughter the Seahawks in Seattle on Sunday? Probably something about them not having Sherman or chancellor...
  5. My favorite part is when they take Hunt out for West because of pass protection, yet from what I've seen West literally never stays in to block. He just runs a route into the flat or a short curl every time, he NEVER blocks. So why the f--- do they insist on taking Hunt out?
  6. So this is the game that will allow him to finish as a top 5 WR and will cause him to be drafted in the first round and then everyone will complain about him next year as he sits as the WR15 for the whole year. Rinse and repeat
  7. Then why does it literally never happen to Ekeler
  8. He got tackled at the 3 yard line this week and had that bull**** catch at the 1 yard line that didn't count last week, but okay.
  9. But what if the Chiefs go down by 3 points? How else will Andy Reid lead the comeback without having Smith throw it 60 times?
  10. The rotoworld blurb actually got it right for once. The fact of the matter is that Melvin Gordon simply is not a good running back. He survives on volume and TDs, not efficiency.
  11. He had a concussion? I guess that's what happens when you slam your head into the brick wall in front of you whenever you get the ball.
  12. Why hand the ball to the guy leading the league in rushing on first and goal when you can have your WR throw goal line fades
  13. Michael Crabtree has the ball in his hands a lot.