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  1. He's the player you should add to your roster this week.Who should I drop: Matt Ryan, Matthew Stafford or Jay Cutler? There's no doubt that you should part ways with Matt Ryan. Even at his best this season, he's been a fairly mediocre fantasy quarterback. Who should I add: Ronnie Hillman or C.J. Anderson?Gary Kubiak is proving that he's no fan of your fantasy team by saying this week that Ronnie Hillman would remain the team's starting running backAaron Rodgers Jersey, even though he was outplayed by C. Dalton or Bortles? Week 13s toughest fantasy calls The fantasy regular season is nearly over. That means all of your roster decisions now come with significantly more gravitas. Blake Bortles could also have a pretty big day against the Titans, but his propensity to turn the ball over (13 interceptions) will make it an uphill battle. Get the most out of Dalton this week while you still can.In the latest episode of the NFL Fantasy LIVE podcast the gang discuss Week 13 waiver targets, the latest injury news on Gronk, CJ2K, etc. Follow him on Twitter Start Walker this week.Who should I start: Andy Dalton or Blake Bortles?I'm not big on Andy Dalton for the fantasy playoffs, but that doesn't mean he can't help you get there . This is one of the best matchups you could imagine for the Red Rifle going against a Browns secondary that didn't have the greatest day against the mighty Matt Schaub. I'd feel much better with either of those quarterbacks over Matt Ryan. Who should I start: Scott Chandler or Delanie Walker?When will the tight end position cease to vex us? The short answer is Green Bay Packers Fanatics Jersey. not soon. Every choice you make from here on out comes with a lot more consequences. That means it's important that you make the right call. In that case, it's good that you're here for Make the Right Call. J. Anderson last week. Even still, Anderson is the more complete back and is a bigger threat as a pass-catcher. That's why you're faced with the hardest choices your lineup generally had. This isn't a news flash, but Scott Chandler isn't going to fully replace the void Rob Gronkowski is leaving in your heart (and lineup) this week. However he will get some work in the Patriots retooled passing game. , and which players they trust down the stretch. Don't forget to subscribe and listen in HERE!Marcas Grant is a fantasy editor for NFL.com. That's enough to earn him extra snaps over the course of the game. All you're looking for is opportunity and the player with the ability to make the most of it. That would be Anderson. Last weeks' 14-point performance against a pretty tough Steelers defense should give an extra boost of confidence about putting him in your lineup this week. It also helps that Rawls' offense has been much more consistent than Allen's Official Licensed Patriots Elite Jersey. I'd give the Seahawks running back the start this week. What a coincidence, eh?Should I start Javorius Allen or Thomas Rawls?Every game, all seasonBoth of these rookie running backs have taken over for injured starters in their respective offenses and both have done good work in relief roles. If you were to go strictly by the matchups this week, the edge would go to Buck Allen. But there's no denying that Thomas Rawls looks like the better running back on the field. In the past couple of games he's been an interception machine, throwing five picks. To make matters worse, his schedule is pretty unfavorable down the stretch with two games against the Panthers looming Miami Dolphins Jersey. In the meantime, Matthew Stafford has started to catch fire while Jay Cutler remains fairly consistent. The difference is that while Chandler is just a part of what New England does, Delanie Walker is the focus of Tennessee's passing game. Walker is also a more talented player with a much better matchup. That's all I need to know. .
  2. And the winners for games, events that should be movies are . . Miami Dolphins Elite Jersey. Some of the greatest movies have been about football -- North Dallas 40, Brian's Song and Any Given Sunday. I'm surprised it hasn't been made yet. Last Stand: Story of the last Browns game in 1995An evil owner pulls the plug on one of the beloved teams in NFL history in order to move his franchise to Baltimore. While the city fights back to keep its history, the players make one last great effort for some of the best NFL fans by winning the final football game in Cleveland Municipal Stadium. My Brother's Keeper: The Story of Super BowlAn evil, sweatshirt-adorned coach along with his cocky, good looking all-American quarterback with the model wife continues to make their awe-shucks Southern rival look foolish. Finally, as the coach and GQ quarterback are on the verge of a perfect season, the dim-witted brother of the Southerner rises to the challenge to take them out in this true underdog story. And as a bonus DeAndre Hopkins Jersey, the sequel is pretty good, too. ) Tuck: Story of the Tuck Rule GameThis could be the prequel for My Brother's Keeper, exploring a time when people actually rooted for the sweatshirt-adorned coach and his cocky, good looking All-American quarterback with the movie star girlfriend. The flick also features a side-story to serve as a prequel for Redemption. Holy $#%$!: Tim Tebow did what?The only drawback -- doesn't Tebow look like the bully from every sports movie of the 80s? Isn't he like a modern-day version of Billy Zabka? That said, I already have the perfect cast for this movie. Here are six movies pitches for films based on actual NFL games and events.All of these -- of course -- are based on a true story.And without further ado . We just need to punch it up a bit, playing up Brady Quinn as the brooding, conniving understudy. Have the South Park guys write this and it could be a comedy with hit songs: Blame Orton and Tebow: (Expletive) Yeah! I Guarantee It: The Story of Super Bowl IIISeriously, how has this never been made into a movie? The underdog AFL represented the free-love, counterrevolutionary, carefree side of the 1960s, while the NFL was the stodgy, buttoned up establishment. There are many layers to this story Stefon Diggs Jersey. All right, maybe we can try to erase Any Given Sunday from our minds.But let's not forget one of my all-time favorites, Heaven Can Wait. In that movie, the Los Angeles Rams quarterback is accidentally taken from his body by his guardian angel but is reincarnated into the body of a wealthy businessman who buys the team and inserts himself as quarterback. The climactic scene has the Browns players pouring into the Dawg Pound after beating their cross-state rivals, the Bengals.Agree or disagree, contact Rank via Twitter or via Facebook. Also be sure to catch the latest on the Dave Dameshek Football Program. That might seem a little far-fetched, but in the movie the Rams beat the Steelers in the Super Bowl . The film nearly foreshadowed Super Bowl XIV the following year, however, the good guys lost in real life.With that in mind, we could use another NFL blockbuster. Redemption: Story of the 2008 NFC Championship GameA former Pro Bowl quarterback is callously released by the team he led to prominence, and his last chance comes as the backup for a pretty-boy Heisman Trophy winner in Arizona after a failed stint in New York. But when fate hands him another chance, he responds by taking the Cardinals to the Super Bowl. (Sure, the Cards lost in the Super Bowl, but the film stops on a high by ignoring it -- just like in MoneyballSammy Watkins Jersey. .
  3. Talk about it via Twitter or via Facebook Also be sure to catch the latest on the Dave Dameshek Football Program Marshall Faulk Jersey. Larry Brown/Desmond Howard The Raiders have made a ton of mistakes in free agency. I mean a lot (hello, Javon Walker). But the Raiders had this weird fascination with Super Bowl MVPs in the 1990s, going after Larry Brown and Desmond Howard in successive seasons. It's like the Raiders watched only one game per season, the Super Bowl, and that was it. Needless to say, neither guy garnered much of an impact. Neil O'Donnell If the Raiders only watched Super Bowl XXX when they decided to sign Brown, it's clear the Jets didn't watch the game as they signed O'Donnell, who threw the game away. Could you imagine any other person to top this list? Haynesworth signed a seven-year, $100-million deal which turned out to be a bigger heist than the Ocean's 11 movies. Haynesworth's time in Washington was punctuated by failed conditioning tests and complaints about the team's defensive schemes under Mike ShanahanMike Williams Jersey. Let's just say he didn't get all of the $100-million, but he should be ashamed for any of the money he did get. So the Skins get a mulligan for Dana, Deion and Smith (and really, he wasn't too bad), but you can't forgive them for Archuleta, who also netted a playmate .David Boston When Boston signed with the San Diego Chargers, I quickly shot a note over to a Chargers staffer I was friendly with to congratulate him on the deal. Only in a world where Ryan Leaf exists can Boston escape the notoriety of being the biggest bust in San Diego sports history. For Delhomme, his night came in the 2008 NFC divisional playoffs when he threw five interceptions against the Cardinals . Delhomme threw just eight touchdowns with 18 interceptions the following year and this led the Browns to sign him to a five-year, $42-million deal. This made the signing of Jeff Garcia look rational. Sometimes these big free-agent victories don't always work out. With that in mind, I present to you the biggest free-agent busts in NFL history. And without further ado Joe Montana Jersey. For most fan bases, this is a great time of year. But first, words of caution before you rush out to purchase a Mike Wallace-Dolphins jersey, sometimes a big-name free agent won't be enough to push your team over the top. Consider it a piece of advice from a guy who roots for a team which signed Albert Pujols last year, and Josh Hamilton this year. And this should show you it's hard for sports fans to trust anything associated with the word Boston in it. Well, except for Sam Adams and Bill Burr.Albert Haynesworth No surprises here. Biggest free-agent busts in NFL history The free-agency period begins on Tuesday and it's one of the most exciting times of the year. At least Garcia landed a playmate out of the deal. Adam Archuleta The Redskins have a long history of big-name free-agency signings. Deion Sanders, Bruce Smith and Dana Stubblefield come to mind. O'Donnell joined the Jets and went 0-6 in an injury-shortened season. The Jets finished 1-15, brought in Bill Parcells, and O'Donnell was quickly sent on his way. Jake Delhomme Delhomme was like the NFL-version of Rick Ankiel -- a solid player who, for one night, just lost his marbles. But at least those guys had a history of being top NFL players. The Redskins just lavished money on Archuleta for no reason Golden Tate III Jersey. What's more baffling is the Redskins had Ryan Clark on their roster, too. And one of the most optimistic, too. With every signing comes the hope that this will be the year your team makes it all the way to a Super Bowl championship. Well, not you, Cincinnati. .
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