#FanDuel #NFL Week 12 Retrospectacle: Injury Bug Bites Tight End Position

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Forget Black Friday. It was a dark and dreary Sunday for fantasy football‘s top tight ends, as both Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham were carted off with knee injuries. They say injuries are a part of the game, but we sure wish they weren’t.

Graham has already been ruled out for the season with a torn patella tendon, while the New England Patriots hope for the best from Gronk’s tests this week.

We might get some bargains from their potential replacements, but FanDuel players have to hate seeing their premium tight ends—if Graham was one still—go down.

The reports on Gronk’s injury early Monday morning were promising, as the Boston Herald‘s Jeff Howe observed Gronk moving around in the locker room without any noticeable trouble or pain, walking out of the stadium “without crutches or barely even a limp.”

“He’s the best tight end in football,” Brady told Howe. “It’s so hard to see these guys get hurt like this. I always have a lot of respect for players who play this game because you risk a lot to play. I think a lot of times, that gets overlooked because you sacrifice a lot. I think guys sacrifice their bodies. It’s hard to see your friends get taken down like that. It’s part of the sport. We understand that. I have a lot of respect for the players who take the field.”

Despite the optimism, if Gronk were to miss at least some time, you can turn your FanDuel plays to Pats backup Scott Chandler ($5,300). He caught a season-high five passes Sunday night for 58 yards and a touchdown for 14.3 FanDuel points.

The Graham loss is a lot more troubling, and not just because of its season-ending severity. The backup, Luke Willson ($4,800), has had only sporadic moments of fantasy football success. He will be a full-timer now, though, as The Seattle Times‘ Bob Condotta reported.

“Everybody loves him,” Willson told Condotta of Graham. “Great guy in the locker room and extremely hard worker, for a guy with his talent to see him work as hard as he does is pretty cool and you don’t ever want to see that happen to anyone on the NFL, let alone a guy like Jimmy.

“I know Jimmy, he is probably down right now, but what I have gotten to know of him these past six, seven months he will attack this rehab and be back next year.”

The news wasn’t all bad for FanDuel players. We review the Sunday studs, in addition to the duds, and what those performances mean to one-week fantasy players going forward in our Monday Week 12 Retrospectacle.

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Studs

WR Doug Baldwin, Seattle Seahawks (35.5 FanDuel points)—The game has really opened up for him of late (6-145-3 Sunday) and his FanDuel price ($6,200) is only creeping up. The matchup at Minnesota for Week 13 isn’t favorable, but you have to trust he is the clear-cut, go-to man with Graham down.

QB Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks (35.2)—He has eight touchdowns and over 600 yards passing since Marshawn Lynch (hernia) was officially ruled out. It is a shame Graham won’t be around for this stretch run out of Wilson, whose price is a reasonable $7,800, even if the aforementioned matchup is difficult.

RB Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings (31.7)—At least we have one trustworthy running back worth the FanDuel premium ($9,100). Peterson (29-158-2 rushing) faces those Seahawks and their No. 5-ranked run defense. A healthy Peterson is worth the price against anyone, especially since he dominates his team’s touches.

WR Sammy Watkins, Buffalo Bills (30.8)—We will consider it the FanDuel video jinx. After being featured here (see video below) amid his outrageous first half (6-158-2), Watkins disappeared without a catch after the intermission. The takeaway here, more than Watkins’ periodic excellence, is the Chiefs secondary is one to take advantage of. They have been dead last in fantasy against wideouts, per FFToday.com.

WR Markus Wheaton, Pittsburgh Steelers (30.6)—We figured Antonio Brown and Martavis Bryant would be marginal plays against the Seahawks on the road, but we didn’t figure it would be because Wheaton would dominate across the middle. Wheaton was Ben Roethlisberger’s hot hand, going for 9-201-1. While you can love Wheaton’s $6,000 price for Week 13, you have to consider Brown and Bryant the wiser plays still.

WR Brandon Marshall, New York Jets (29.6)—Few could have imagined he would average nearly one touchdown per game with the historically woefully quarterbacked Jets franchise. Marshall’s 9-131-2 proves he is 100 percent after being banged up midseason. At $8,100, he draws the New York Giants secondary in Week 13. Lock him up.

WR Jarvis Landry, Miami Dolphins (29.4)—He capitalized on Darrelle Revis’ (concussion) absence with 13-165-1, a performance that might get us to stop calling him a poor man’s Odell Beckham. Landry looks golden at $7,400 against the suspect Baltimore Ravens secondary next week.

RB C.J. Anderson, Denver Broncos (29.3)—That was a big-time performance (15-113-2 rushing and 4-40 receiving) that likely handed him his feature-back role back. Notably, Anderson isn’t yet priced as an elite back ($6,800) and draws the worst team in fantasy against running backs, per FFToday.com, in Week 13, the San Diego Chargers.

QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, New York Jets (29.18)—This 277-4 performance has to inspire you if you’re looking for a $7,500 bargain quarterback play for Week 13 against the Giants. Fitzy at least has some elite targets to throw to in Marshall and Eric Decker ($7,200).

QB Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers (28.9)—He shows he should not be buried (300-4), even if his Chargers’ playoff hopes and his FanDuel price of $7,600 are down. You cannot play him against the Broncos’ No. 1-ranked defense next week, though.

WR Jeremy Maclin, Kansas City Chiefs (26.5)—There have been some lean weeks of late, but Maclin’s 9-160-1 revival sets him up nicely against a suspect Oakland Raiders secondary (fourth-worst against the pass). His price ($6,500) for that matchup is almost too good to be true.

WR Seth Roberts, Oakland Raiders (26.3)—His 6-113-2 is a sign of things to come, especially if you like the $5,400 value against the Chiefs secondary that made Watkins look like Hall of Famer Andre Reed.

QB Tyrod Taylor, Buffalo Bills (26.24)—This performance (291-3) made him look like the bargain FanDuel start he was early in the year, but you cannot love him (even at $7,400) for Week 13 against the resurgent Houston Texans.

K Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis Colts (15.0)—They are much more of a field-goal threat without Andrew Luck (kidney) right now and Vinatieri is priced to play at $4,700, which is tied for just 15th on the FanDuel kicker board for Week 13.

Cincinnati Bengals Defense (17.0)—They generally don’t get much love, but the Week 13 matchup against the Cleveland Browns on a short week has their price up to $5,100. They still might be worth it after their dismantling of the St. Louis Rams on Sunday.

Duds

RB Lamar Miller, Miami Dolphins (2.8)—You shouldn’t have played him against the Jets’ No. 1-ranked run defense, but if you went contrarian you are kicking yourself after his five carries for just two yards. Things should be looking up going forward, especially as his price is trending down at $6,700.

RB Todd Gurley, St. Louis Rams (3.5)—We probably should grant the rookie a dud pass. This is his first single-digit FanDuel performance since taking over as the starter. The matchup for Week 13 against the Arizona Cardinals (No. 4 vs. the run) shouldn’t excite anyone, though, especially at $8,400.

RB Frank Gore, Indianapolis Colts (4.7)—The Tampa Bay Buccaneers limited him to 24 yards on 19 carries—19! Wow, Gore is finally showing his age. Week 13 is at the Pittsburgh Steelers and their No. 7-ranked run defense. No thanks, even at $6,200.

WR Michael Floyd, Arizona Cardinals (1.9)—We thought his being announced as active Sunday was good news. Nope. One catch for 14 yards and a lot of ticked-off FanDuelers. The only good thing to come from this was his priced dropped under $6K at $5,900 for Week 13.

WR Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos (4.1)—The Broncos might not miss the old Peyton Manning (foot) amid this two-game win streak and overtime victory over the previously unbeaten Patriots, but Thomas does. He caught just one of his team-high 13 targets from Brock Osweiler. There isn’t a price low enough to trust Thomas right now—definitely not at $7,600.

Source: NFL Week 12 Retrospectacle: Injury Bug Bites Tight End Position

What You Need To Know to #Win #TNF

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Thursday Week 7 Selections

We have heard your requests for us to provide our insights and thoughts about players in the Thursday game each week.  We haven’t focused on this game, simply because these players aren’t eligible in the main contest each week but there are some great value tournaments that do include these players so here we go.

For this week, we have the 49ers and the Seahawks.  A game that the last couple of years has been an exciting matchup and mostly defensive play.  This year, both teams are struggling and there aren’t too many standouts from a fantasy perspective.  In fact, I suggest that there won’t be a single player in this game that ends up on the winning lineup for the full week $1,000,000 challenge.  That said here are some guys to consider:

  • Garrett Celek – Face it the Seahawks can’t stop the TE position this season, look for him to be a cheap, yet productive play with a projection of 8.6 and a salary of only $2,500.
  • Carlos Hyde – The 49ers will run the ball and Hyde will get all of the work load. He probably cracks the end zone once and gets you a 12.8.
  • Jimmy Graham – The Seahawks have made a concerted effort to get him the ball and he comes off a 100 yard performance. I don’t trust this much but it wouldn’t surprise me to see him go over a 100 yards again without a td this week.

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Bust a Move

Ever look at someone’s face when they found that sleeper that pays off?  It’s like the proud father watching his son hit the game-winning grand-slam – I’ve seen it a hundred times.  Everyone loves talking about sleepers and who they think are the bees’ knees.  But busts?  Busts are like a fungus – no one wants to talk about it – especially if you got that guy high in your draft or spent a lot of money to put him in your lineup.  It hurts.  Everybody hurts and everybody poops, so here is some guys you might want to target for breaking your heart in the 2015 campaign.

DeMarco Murray  RB, Philadelphia Eagles

2014 was the first year of his career that Murray was able to play in all 16 regular season games, and he did not disappoint. He put up 1,845 yards on the ground, went for another 416 yards receiving and touched pay dirt 13 times. The guy was an absolute beast, and even proved he’s tough enough to battle through injury when he played through a broken hand at the end of the season. That’s the best we’re ever going to see from Murray, though.  It’s all downhill from there, or is it?  DeMarco was running behind the best offensive line in the NFL last season, and despite the grit he displayed, he is still injury prone. Those 392 rushing attempts and 57 receptions from last season, have to catch up to him, that’s what history tells us. The Cowboys knew this, and made the right call to let him walk. Murray’s still going to be featured in Philly, but he’s not as talented or durable as LeSean McCoy. He’s not going to fall off the face of the fantasy earth, but there’s zero chance he gives us anything close to 2014.  I’d wager he plays in twelve games, and gets 1,100yds .

Arian Foster  RB, Houston Texans

Got hurt again and at best might miss the first few games, at worst the season.  Foster did have a nice season in just 13 games last year (1,573 combine yards/13 total TDs), much more productive than any other top RB was able to accomplish in 16 games, but he is always hurt. His 95.8 rushing YPG were the most since his absurd breakout season in 2010, but he’s still played in just 21 games over the last two seasons. With that said, Foster will turn 29-years old in August, and it appears the miles on his legs are starting to catchup quickly.  30 is the fine line for RBs, but something tells me the downward trend has already started for Foster.  Foster hasn’t given us a double digit rushing TD season since back in 2012, failing to do so in back-to-back seasons for the first time in his career (only 9 rushing TDs in the last two seasons combined).  Foster is more of a RB2 this season, even if plays. That’s much worse than his current price tag indicates. The defense is on the up in Houston, but Foster is the only thing they currently have going on offense right now. That may sound nice for fantasy purposes, but if Hoyer/Mallet can’t keep the offense on the field, there’s not a lot of value.

Calvin Johnson  WR, Detroit Lions

Megatron truly peaked in 2011 and 2012, (like the movie) when he put forward seasons of 1,681 yards/16 TDs, and then 1,964 yards/5 TDs (flukey). Nonetheless, he was dominant during that stretch. Since then, he’s been on the decline — at least for him. That all came to a head last season when Johnson was only able to accumulate 1,077 yards in 13 games.  Calvin’s 71 receptions in 2014 were the fewest since his down year in 2009 — not a good sign. Some of the problem is Matthew Stafford and his inconsistencies. Some is the Lion attempting to commit to running the ball more, and some of the blame goes to Johnson. The main difference between last season and the rest of his career, though, was the emergence of another legit WR — Golden Tate. Tate was a much better fantasy option than Johnson last season, and could be again this year.

Jimmy Graham  TE, Seattle Seahawks

Jimmy Graham got traded to the Seahawks! This obviously helps give the Seahawks more options in the red zone, but … it’s not good for Graham’s fantasy value. Russell Wilson really likes to spread the ball around, but he’s also never had a legitimate No. 1 option to throw to. It will be interesting to see how that works out, but I believe Wilson sticks to his old ways.  Don’t get me wrong, Graham could lead Seattle in all major receiving categories, but he won’t be dominant like he was with Drew Brees in New Orleans. Keep in mind that Graham averages just over 60 YPG for his career, and only 55.6 YPG last season. He’s very TD dependent on a team that never produces big time receiving numbers. The goal is still to pound the ball with Marshawn and get Wilson out of the pocket, and how does Jimmy produce if Jimmy is always blocking? Speaking of Beast Mode, he caught the most TD passes on the team last year with four. 900 yards and nine TDs for Graham sounds about right in 2015 … good, but not great.

Peyton Manning  QB, Denver Broncos

Ah, Peyton. I believe your time has finally come. The problem is, I don’t really have any great numbers to prove it, just that his cost will not justify his lowered stats. Manning’s three seasons in Denver have been his best in terms of TD production (aside from his then record breaking 49 TDs back in 2004). Manning’s going to have a good season, but he’ll be a bust in the sense that he won’t be even CLOSE to his season averages as a Bronco of 4,954 yards and 43.6 TDs.

Manning threw 15 INTs last season, not too alarming, but still his most since 2010. The eye test just tells you that he lost a step last season, at some point that has to count. If he loses another step, he’s still going to be a good QB, but he’s not going to be Peyton Manning. He lost his top red zone target to the Jags in Julius Thomas, and it will be his first season under head coach Gary Kubiak — something we still need to see how Manning adjusts to. Combine all those aspects with father time (he always wins) and Peyton might not be the lock most feel he is to remain an elite fantasy QB.  Besides, no QB has ever won a Superbowl older than 38, nor played in one.

Are You Ready 4some…

Hi, my name is still Logan Cartwright and I still drink rum with ER nurses at night – but in one particular way, I am a New Man, a different man, a more dangerous man than the last time we talked – and that was a few weeks ago, right?

It was sometime after midnight on the 4th, when we went outside the bunker to work on our own fireworks display, that could scare the snot out of the neighbors.  They all know us as gentle, fun-loving people with goofy timing, but would never in their wildest dreams expect to be blasted out of bed before sunrise for no good reason – maybe it was the Rum splashed with Jameson and ginger, maybe it was the idea that THIS is what John Adams meant by continuous celebration – they believed only a vicious idiot would do something like that – and they knew I was no idiot.

Summer is always a wild time for me and this summer has been and will be anything but calm and relaxing.  I’ll spending most of my time dealing with wild and interesting, but importantly huge things – and they will happen very soon – we are all in for an extremely fast season – Football is only 8 weeks away!

We all feel more comfortable in the fast lane and so today is no different – we are gonna break down some of the pre-season’s biggest off-season moves and what that might mean for your Fantasy Football team and what that might mean for your FD game.

SAINTS:

If you paid any attention to them last year you might have found yourself curiously confused as what you witnessed.  Was this the end of the Payton-Brees profilic offense?  Had time finally caught up?  Did they really just lose the division like that and lose to Atlanta twice?!  Yes!  It was painful – sure they scored points, gained yards like nothing was statistically different – but wins were choked away by unforced errors on offense.  The defense was horrible and it is hard to think it will improve more than 10 spots this year.  But the stunner was trading a basketball-playing-marshmallow, to gamble on a more dynamic running offense.  CJ Spiller, Max Unger should help Brees-us, but…

SEAHAWKS:

Yes the ‘Hawks get Jimmy Graham and already that is an upgrade at wide receiver – but it seems people are over-selling the importance a TE is going to bring.  Sure Jimmy can catch, but jimmy gets rubbed out often and no one confuses Jimmy with a real game-changing TE in Gronkowski.  If you keep drinking the kool-aid, you’ll find yourself going overboard thinking the Seahawks will resemble anything like the Patriots two TE sets.  Having said that, Russell Wilson was third overall in pts/game on FanDuel and adding Jimmy should help an offensive coordinator that has always wanted a tight end that can catch – now we wait and see.

Revis-Island pt.Deux:

The Jets’ issue was not defense and Revis decided that he could go home again – $$$ doesn’t hurt either.  Todd Bowles will be able to keep offenses guessing knowing that Cromartie and Revis can run with any WR – but time seems to against that idea in my opinion and didn’t Richardson get busted and miss 4 games?  To consider the Defense, you have to look at the other side of the ball and believe that it is in Geno’s hands.  If he plays well, so will the defense – if he has not evolved, then nothing changes for Jets fans.

RUNNING BACKS:

A lot of them moved around –

  • Shane Vereen to the Giants
  • CJ Spiller to the Saints
  • Lesean McCoy to the Bills
  • Demarco Murray and Ryan Mathews to the Eagles
  • Darren McFadden to the Cowboys

You know only a few of them are going to make any significant impact – the rest are just bargain-bin additions.  We know it was a foregone conclusion that Jerruh Jones was gonna sign a Razorback – and nothing in the past says that McFadden will be anything close to what DeMarco Murray was for Dallas – but I dare you to say that to a Cowboys fan – in fact do, just to see their face and listen to the logic that they won’t miss a beat.

SUH:

Is making a lot of scratch, so much that he might run the ball at the goal-line or throw a pass.  But if the Dolphins were 24th against the run and SUH is believed to be one of the best run-stoppers – then you have to believe that the Dolphins will finish higher.  I don’t see it.  You know my thoughts on SUH from the last article I wrote when he signed with Miami.  The Dolphins averaged 8.38pts/game last year – I see no change, ok, maybe Suh gets them another .5/game – is that worth 100+million?

 

 

We are all in for a wild ride the next few months – so good luck and drink all the cold beer you can get your hands on for as long as necessary to guarantee victory.  Send me your football questions and look for the new baseball DraftKings page on Tuesday in the RotoCanon tab – Shaka

Clear as Mud

The Past is a statement, the Future a question.  Hopes rise and dreams flicker and die.  Love plans for tomorrow and the widowed think of yesterday.  Life is beautiful and living is hardship.  The sound of music flows down a dark street.  Like a tornado ripping thru your home and granting passage to a whole new world of colorful possibilities, only to realize it was all a delusion from the concussion you suffered because you rode your bike without a helmet – Ive seen it a hundred times.  Then the New Year began for the NFL.

Within 30min yesterday, the day moved from rumor and innuendo to surrealistic glee.  It was like watching a live chicken being dropped in a snake pit.  So with emancipated joy NFL GM’s traded away talent, signed perishable goods and threw fanbases off their bandwagons.  The Chipster trading Nick Foles for Sam Bradford and further having fans asking “whats up with that?”  The thing for me about Chip is this, he’s gonna succeed or drown doing it his way and you have to admire that.  Chip is channeling his inner Sinatra and good for him, but it’s hard to have faith in his conviction that X’s and O’s are better than Jimmy’s and Joe’s – scheme is cool Chipster, but players win titles.


Frank Gore, (#EagleForLife) gets cold-feet marrying Philly and agrees to sign with Indy so he can play once again with Andre JohnsonIndy also signed Trent Cole – Chipster?  Detroit replaces $uh (who still has not signed) with Ngata, in a trade with Baltimore.  Jake Locker retires?! 4 years into the league and what, the pressure of being a backup is too much?  Expect Jake to follow another Tennessee QB – Vince Young – and attempt a comeback down the road.

But the piece-de-resistance – is Mr. Stay-Puft himself.  You know the guy, his name is Jimmy, but plays like Jane on God’s Army – He acts like a WR, dreams of being a WR, but plays TE better than he played basketball – he tries to remind us of his hoop-dreams everytime he dunked a goal-post.  He has talent, but watching the league catch up to his limitations the last two years you realize the Saints never wanted to pay him that kind of lettuce for a guy who plays basketball better than he blocks.  That’s the statement that was made by the Saints yesterday – that and $$$ – but mostly having a guy on your roster that burned bridges with his contract talks, angering the Pope in the process, and wilting like a hothouse flower in big moments – jimmy’s down.  Jimmy wanted it to be basketball all time and anytime he was touched, wanted a foul called.  The Ginger Drake is just like Brie – appears tough on the outside, but with minimal effort, exposes a soft inside, best experienced with several crack-ahs.  So, goodbye Jimmy Graham – thanks for the memories – in your place we will have an actual WR run your routes, that is difficult to rub out, takes a hit and knows how to block – his name is Marques Colston……his name is Marques Colston……his name is Marques Colston……


 

Going undefeated in any conference is adamantium – going all the way is mythical.  Only a handful teams have done the wire-to-wire:

  1. 1956 San Francisco Dons, 29-0
  2. 1957 North Carolina Tar Heels, 32-0
  3. UCLA Bruins, 30-0
    1. 1964
    2. 1967
    3. 1972
    4. 1973
  4. 1976 Indiana Hoosiers, 32-0

and since 1976 a few teams have been undefeated, never to become mythical:

  1. 1979 Indiana St Sycamores 29-0
    1. lost to Michigan St in championship game
    2. Bird v Magic I
  2. 1991 UNLV Runnin’ Rebels 30-0
    1. lost to Duke in the Final Four
  3. 2004 St. Joseph’s Hawks 27-0
    1. lost in quarter-finals of A-10 conf.tournament
  4. 2014 Wichita St Shockers 34-0
    1. lost to Kentucky in round of 32

The point of this is to show Karmic Responsibility.  It’s a real disease that infects morons and idiots, with the greatest impact felt upon the teams they claim to root for.  We have seen an exponential increase of afflictions in recent years – i.e., dope#1 gets a tattoo on his foot with the Nationals winning the World Series this year – in March! – The Nationals are out.  We’ve seen lots of other dopes get tattoos (or other nonsense) for their team, so they can claim forever to the sycophantic brigade of idiots that HE knew it, CALLED it and got the tattoo to prove it – BEFORE it happened.  Al Bundy just got a tattoo to show the guys in No Ma’aM the game he had, when he scored 4 touchdowns

So where am I going with this? Kentucky.  The Blue-blooded program still haunted by Christian Laetner – the program whose fans believe it’s their divine right to be kings of the hardwood, regardless of how seldom they win it all – have misused their Karmic Responsibility.  Kentucky Uber Alles they claim and yet the team prints shirts 31-0, more to go – then fans launch a shirt into the atmosphere to mock the gods.  A mouth-breather gets a new license plate that says 40-0.  Even Calipari got involved by saying they might put the Lakers in their tournament bracket.

Oh how we forget Prometheus and the eternal torture – You do not lampoon winning titles – the gods will smite thee as they have always done – or have you forgotten 1992.  Your failure, Kentucky fan, gave rise to Duke!  That is your eternal-anchor, worn forever around your blue-blooded neck and still you shun your Karmic Responsibility to remain humble until after victory is quenched.

Mouth-breathers and knuckle-dusters are exposed on the digital-ether for eternity, like a flag-burner – we know who you are and what you’ve done.  Violators of sports-patriotism rise up from the muck and gain upright mobility, only to be slaughtered like the swine they are – it’s the Law of Mogis .  For Kentucky, they have the talent to win – they have the height – the length – the defensive wizardry – however they are susceptible to any team that has athletic big men and a team that rebounds for fast-break points.  Kentucky has improved shooting the ball, but the Karmic Wheel O’Justice spins for thee and the Gods demand their sacrifice – it will happen and in the worst way Kentucky fan.


 

Conference tournaments are in full swing and soon Selection Sunday secedes to Madness!  Again you will have a chance to earn more than you know what to do with – unless you have Mike Tyson tastes – by picking the perfect bracket – in the Billion-Dollar-Bracket Challenge.  Odds of getting a perfect bracket are 1 in 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 – that’s quintillion.

We will not claim we can help you with that – if we could, we would not assist you – but, we have been testing and tweaking our formulas in the conference tournaments, and so far we are in the 78% range of picking the winner SU – 63% against the spread.  So if you saw what we did for the college football bowl games and our overall gambling skills – for entertainment purposes only – you know this is where you need to be, to help fill out your brackets and show that jerk at the office he’s a poseur and couldn’t pick his nose with a 24k nose picker…Just don’t geaux and get a tattoo that reads “office pool winner 2015” or make t-shirts, because clearly you are who we talk about – YOU ARE THAT GUY.

In closing, do you ever remember when a few weeks of NBA basketball was this much fun to watch?  Maybe it’s more fun seeing your bankroll grow like ours has that really improves the flavah.  We work hard so you don’t have to — Play and win, it’s that simple.

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