Week Three Reaches

Here’s a look at my week three reaches:

Quarterback

Joe Flacco vs. Cleveland – Of course check the latest hour-by-hour forecasts
right before this and other games start. If the weather holds up, Flacco should
do well since the Browns have a weak pass rush and the Raven OL is one of the
best in the NFL.

Byron Leftwich vs. NY Giants – The Giant secondary has major injury
issues with two starters, so Leftwich has a chance to continue his recent
success. The bottom line is for the Buccaneers to have a chance to win, they’ll
have to likely throw it at least 40 times.

Jason Campbell at Detroit – This is about as good of a matchup that
Campbell could get, so there won’t be any excuses if he doesn’t do well. Weather
won’t be a factor since the game is indoors. The Lion secondary is one of the
worst, so the opportunity is there for him to put up solid numbers.

Running Back

Fred Jackson vs. New Orleans – He went way late in drafts, but he’s not
sharing the ball at all with Marshawn Lynch still out. Jackson faces a beatable
Saint front seven and should get plenty of touches. He’s looking like a solid #2
RB this week. Even if [...]

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Matthew Camp

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Joe Dolan

Joe is a son of the video-game age - his extensive knowledge of NFL rosters dates back to the early 1990s.


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Tom Brolley

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