I have Brady and Rivers... Brady goes against Baltimore, Rivers against Pitt
Who to start?
Rivers put up 400 + yds on Baltimore wk 2... will Brady have a similar outing? or was that just Rivers being Rivers?
My other logic is that the Ravens should be up on the Pats, so that should make Brady throw, while I think SD will be up on Pitt most of the night... this is a tough one.
Let me know if you have any advice. Don't just say 'start XXX' say why...
i don't know its close but San Diego will try to get more carries to LT to try to get him in a rhythm and i don't know if Taylor will have as good a week again just my opinion but i would start my least favorite player in the nfl Brady.
Thanks guys, I was leaning towards Brady too.... Bird, who were u referring to when you said "Taylor"?
lol just kidding Fred Taylor.
oh yea........ sorry im a dumbass sometimes
Let the record show that, a year ago, I picked the Utah Jazz as the team most likely to post the worst record of the lockout-shortened season, and they ended up making the playoffs. So these are, of course, just educated guesses that could just as easily be wrong. It’s easy to say that L.A., OKC, and Miami will be the best teams next year, but picking the worst is a much tougher job. Orlando, however, seems like as good a guess as any team.
Possibly the deepest the conference has been in quite some time, the race for both playoff positioning and a postseason berth in general in the Western Conference is going to be interesting to watch in 2012-2013.
As for Leuer, Scott said, “He definitely has 3-point range, much more athletic than people think he is, and he’s a tough kid.”