Fantasy Baseball: Tuesday News and Notes

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Collin Hager - The Roundtable in MLB
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Any fan of the Patriots that walks away from that game last night satisfied needs their head examined. Despite dominating in every statistical category, it took a Buffalo mistake in order for them to come away with a win. The defense could not stop the Bills. The Bills. This is the team that fired their offensive coordinator just 10 days ago and had an offensive line where 60 percent of the players never had a snap in the NFL. That same line manhandled the front seven of New England. With Terrell Owens barely around, Fred Jackson tore them to shreds. It was as if the team had never seen a screen pass before. This was an all-around bad game for New England. More over, if this game is against a good team, they lose. Every non-Pats fan will join the chorus of boos at Leodis McKelvin. Whether ...

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Fantasy Baseball: Tuesday News and Notes

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Collin Hager - The Roundtable in MLB
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Any fan of the Patriots that walks away from that game last night satisfied needs their head examined. Despite dominating in every statistical category, it took a Buffalo mistake in order for them to come away with a win. The defense could not stop the Bills. The Bills. This is the team that fired their offensive coordinator just 10 days ago and had an offensive line where 60 percent of the players never had a snap in the NFL. That same line manhandled the front seven of New England. With Terrell Owens barely around, Fred Jackson tore them to shreds. It was as if the team had never seen a screen pass before. This was an all-around bad game for New England. More over, if this game is against a good team, they lose. Every non-Pats fan will join the chorus of boos at Leodis McKelvin. Whether ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - MLB
Article written by Collin Hager - The Roundtable

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