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Fantasy Football Report: Week 10

Matt Cassel

You know what’s funny? In countless leagues, Michael Vick went undrafted. Hell, he wasn’t taken in the SoB football league. Even if Kevin Kolb missed playing time, we couldn’t have possibly expected Vick to put up these kind of numbers. He’s gone from most exciting QB to watch, to highest paid QB of all time, to dog murderer, to jail, to begging for a job anywhere, to most exciting QB to watch.

Now, we are hearing whispers of a possible MVP award for the guy, and hey, I say he deserves it. Enough with crucifying the man for what he did. He did it, he got caught, admitted his wrongdoings, served his time, lost his job, went back to square one, and now he has rebuilt his career. Congrats on the success Mr. Vick, but if you are caught running another dog fighting ring, then I will start backing your brother Marcus.

Injury Bug

  • New York’s Steve Smith is going to be sidelined until December with a torn pectoral muscle. Mario Mannigham will likely receive more looks in Smith’s absence.
  • Not like it matters because anyone who owns Jimmy Clausen should be taken to a dark room and shot, but the rookie QB suffered a concussion on Sunday. Oh please, hurry up and grab Tony Pike if he is still possibly available in your league.
  • Brett Favre had a terrible performance in Week 10, so he blamed it on a shoulder injury. I don’t care to comment any further.

Who’s Making Noise

  • Fred Jackson is still showing signs of relevance after cooling off after a breakout season last year. Buffalo got their first win of the season and Jackson scored both TD’s to go with 170 total yds.
  • After literally dropping the ball (several times) against Cleveland, rookie TE Rob Gronkowski made peace with Patriots fans by hauling in 5 passes for 72 yds and 3 TD.
  • All Hail Matt Cassel! Flexing those QB muscles, Cassel threw for a career-high 469 yds and 4 TD with zero INT. I’m tellin’ ya, he’s got the skills.
  • We should take note of Jaguars receiver Mike Thomas. He led the team with 149 yds and a score on Sunday. With David Garrard throwing for 602 yds and 6 TD over his past two games, it may be time to invest in Jacksonville’s passing game.

Big Busts

  • One of the two gods of fantasy football, Adrian Peterson apparently saw Brett Favre’s penis and couldn’t concentrate as he totalled only 75 yds and 0 TD.
  • After Peyton Hillis tore New England’s defense up for over 180 rush yds, Rashard Mendenhall couldn’t find a hole with 50 rush yds and no scores.
  • The Colts may have won, but Peyton Manning had nothing to do with it. The rocket-armed QB had a season-low 185 yds with no scores.

The Final Word on Week 10: Is Randy Moss Droppable?

Seriously, let’s examine the facts.

  • Season-high receptions: 5
  • Season-high receiving yds: 81
  • Yards per game: 37.7
  • Current QB: Vince Young/Kerry Collins

After Week 10, Moss has 339 yds and 5 TD. Given his current QB situation combined with the fact that it is the Chris Johnson show in Tennessee, and not to mention we only have seven weeks left in the fantasy season, I say drop him.

Moss wasn’t producing with Brady, he didn’t want to produce with Minnesota, and now he is stuck in the Music City with no room for him in the offense. Sorry, but a once prominent receiver is on the back nine, time to take Old Yeller out back and put a bullet in him.

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