Week Three Reaches

Last week’s reaches did pretty well so I’ll try it again:

Quarterback

J.T. O’Sullivan vs. Detroit – The game is at home against one of the worst defenses in the NFL. I have to think JTO will throw for two TDs in this game and for well over 200 yards.

Jon Kitna at San Francisco – It could get ugly at times for him with some INTs, but he’s a good bet to throw at least two TDs and for well over 200 yards against a suspect 49er secondary.
 

Running Back

Julius Jones vs. St. Louis – He may have been a dog last year but it’s all about matchups and Jones has a great one again this week.

Sammy Morris vs. Miami – Even if Laurence Maroney plays, they should be up big in this game in the second half so Morris should be at least a solid #3 RB this week.

Fred Taylor at Indianapolis – He’s been quiet so far but the only thing the Jags can really do against the Colts is run the ball.

LenDale White vs. Houston – Have to think he’ll be heavily involved again when they get a lead. White should be a solid #3 RB this week.

Wide Receiver

Amani Toomer [...]

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