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Old 10-11-2012, 08:35 AM   #24
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I think I got hosed... I had Maurice Jone sDrew. He's been...spotty. Well he has a bye week and I have nobody on the bench to put in (ESPN league lets you only hold three RBs or Three WRs for ten three five slots, one combo WR/RB slot).

So either leave an empty slot or trade. I am in first in the league so I have the #10 waiver spot, so if I drop him this week I'll surely lose him. So I traded for Stephen Jackson.

boned?
Jeff the bearded loves him some phat back. Jackson is the perfect back to compare to an Eddie George. He'll lean on his HB's as much as possible.

I had MJD for 3 years and he's a boom-r-bust runner. He'll have a 40 yard game, then a 70 yard game with a TD, then a 135 yard and 2 TD game vs. an unfavorable matchup.

He's impossible to predict.
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