Paul Charchian's Fantasy Football Report

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Paul Charchian is the founder of LeagueSafe.com, radio host on KFAN-AM 1130 and lead designer of the Best Buy Weekly Football Challenge.
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Scott R

Dallas, TX

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Sep 25, 2009
 
I don't agree that Michael Turner is a no-brainer. If NE gets up early, which I expect they will after losing last week, Atlanta will be forced to play catch up. That means more Norwood and less Turner because Norwood comes in during passing situations.

Turner is a great runner. But if Atlanta falls behind early, he could really disappoint some owners who are really counting on him.
Jason Schober

Minneapolis, MN

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Sep 25, 2009
 
You are crazy if you think that Kurt Warner shouldn't be started this week. The Colts have not given up a passing td because the played offenses that are run first and pass as a last resort. Chad Pennington is nothing to gauge your defense by. Bob Sanders is not playing so the colts secondary is suspect at best against one of the best passing offenses in the league.

Tashard Choice is a nice pick, but you have to remember he had a larger role last year as Felix Jones was a rookie learning the system with lingering injuries, so Choice had a bigger role last year. This year Jones is getting the bulk of the carries while barber is out, if hes out that is.

Laurent Robinson I totally agree with. I recently picked him up in one of my leagues. He getting targeted more and more by Bulger and looking how the Packers secondary was able to allow Carson Palmer to adjust and throw all over the field last week, Bulger could quite easily do the same and Robinson should reap the benefits. Not to mention, they'll have to keep up with the packers offense.

Short But Sweet:

Chris Johnson is always a must start! unless you also have AP and Frank Gore.

Willis McGehee can no longer be considered a sleeper as he is ranked in the top five so far this season and has been consistent.

Randy Moss will not be a fantasy stud until Brady gets his legs back. and his marbles!(Major League II).

Take a chance on any saint at this point. Look what Mike Bell did the first two weeks. MIKE BELL! You never know who might go down and then step up.
Tybalt

Saint Paul, MN

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Sep 26, 2009
 
generally speaking, this guy is too clever by half. he can analyze tendencies but he doesn't know who's a good player or not. i wouldn't give his advice much credence. also, the ravens will beat the clevelands by at least 50.

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