Monday, October 12, 2009

Sunday Schooled-What We Learned From Week 5

-Tom Brady, despite missing two easy throws to Moss in the first half had 2 scores before the break.  After halftime, the Pats gameplan became way too conservative, he lost a fumble and missed Welker on a slant that would have won the game.  The Pats have to go back and realize they missed an opportunity in Denver.

-Miles Austin's breakout, which was predicted here, came.  He broke two huge gains out of short gains for 2 scores, saving the Cowboys.  Tony Romo owes him a steak dinner.

-After a slow start Roddy White busted out for over 200 yards and 2 scores.  One was a busted coverage 90 yard score, so expect inconsistency from the Falcons #1 WR with Tony Gonzalez still in the lineup.

-Joseph Addai, despite battling an injury, got more touches then Rookie Donald Brown and used the most of it as he scored again for the Colts.  How will the return of Anthony Gonzalez impact Austin Collie's value?  The BYU rookie scored twice more on Sunday.

-Bills, Titans, Rams, Raiders go get yourselves new QB's asap.  How do the Bills LOSE a game when the Browns QB completes 2 passes...yes....2!

-Any fantasy owner that played Jake Delhomme owner in the place of a bye week QB (me), was livid that on 1st and goal the Panthers attempted 0 pass attempts...and didnt score.

-Glen Coffee will be fine after leaving Sunday's blowout loss to the Falcons

-Eddie Royal finally woke up with over 10 grabs, so hopefully you bought low on the Broncos WR#2, while Brandon Marshall is turning into the beast we all knew he was.

-Welcome Back Matt, as Hasselbeck throws 4 TD's in the rout of Jacksonville.  Houshmandzadeh scores twice and so does Burleson...what about Carlson? 

-Expect Mark Bulger to be back for the Rams next week.  He was 7-7 and a TD in garbage time and Kyle Boller shockingly looked like garbage.

-Nice fantasy days from Kellen Winslow, Matt Cassel, Michael Turner, Reggie Wayne, Kyle Orton, Ahmad Bradshaw, Cleveland's D, Matt Ryan, Jeremy Maclin, Donovan McNabb, Michael Bush, and Rashard Mendenhall.

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