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Each week, TSN. Roman Josi Jersey .ca Fantasy Editor Scott Cullen and NFL Editors Ben Fisher and Mike Hetherington discuss three hot fantasy football topics. Which dual threat QB will finish with the most fantasy points, Russell Wilson, Colin Kaepernick, or Cam Newton? Cullen: If I’m looking ahead to the end of the season, I’m inclined to take the one with the highest ceiling and, to me, that’s Kaepernick. Wilson has been great this year – running more and more effectively – and Newton is something of a one-man show for Carolina, but the reason I choose Kaepernick is that he has more weapons at his disposal. The 49ers have a running game and a far better class of receivers than either Seattle or Carolina have to offer and having the surrounding pieces is important to maximize value. Fisher: Wilson is the safe choice, Kaepernick is the exciting choice, and Newton is the right choice. I like Wilson’s methodical approach in the run game, but he doesn’t offer quite enough in the pass game. Kaepernick will have big games but also some boneheaded performances that will hurt your team. Newton fits somewhere in between but his proven playmaking ability both through the air and on the ground make him the choice for me.. Hetherington: Based on how the 49ers are using him, I’ll go with Colin Kaepernick. Jim Harbaugh has asked Kaepernick to throw the ball more than ever this year, while not limiting his impact in the running game. Though Newton used his legs for over 100 yards against the Bengals, the 2011 first overall pick has been cautious running the football this season and lacks the explosive weapons in the passing game Kaepernick has. Wilson may be the most developed of this bunch, but his value is limited simply due to the presence of the Marshawn Lynch and the commitment to running the football in Seattle. What is WR TY Hilton’s ceiling with Andrew Luck as his quarterback? Cullen: Eventually, the ceiling ought to be pretty high for Hilton, but it still may be another year or two before he’s really going for big yardage and part of that is the Colts still have other options. Reggie Wayne has been targeted 54 times, only five fewer than Hilton, and both of the Colts’ top receivers only have one touchdown, because TE Dwayne Allen and RB Ahmad Bradshaw are scoring. Hilton’s size may work against him as a red-zone target, which means that even if he puts up a 1,500-yard receiving season, he may be hard-pressed to reach double-digit touchdowns – certainly the case this year, but even for the future. Fisher: Andrew Luck gets all the comparisons to Peyton Manning, so it’s only fair that Hilton should get compared to Manning’s favourite target from his Colts days, Marvin Harrison. Hilton deserves it. The third-year receiver won’t put up a 200 point fantasy season this year like Harrison consistently threatened from 1999 all the way until 2006, but as Reggie Wayne continues to age and Indy realizes they don’t need high-end free agent receivers like Hakeem Nicks with Hilton carrying the load, the third-rounder will be among the elite fantasy receivers. Hilton is a stud! Hetherington: As long as Luck remains healthy under centre, the sky is the limit for Hilton. Luck has commanded one of the top scoring offences this season and Hilton appears to be taking the premier role in it. The lone hold back for Hilton is Luck’s commitment to spreading the ball out – seven players have 13 or more catches this season. If Hilton emerges as Luck’s go-to guy, he could emerge as a top-end WR1, but for now I’ll keep him as a high-end WR2, making him a must start each week. Hilton needs to add more touchdowns to become a top-level threat. Is Joe Flacco a QB1? Cullen: Can’t we just ask if Joe Flacco is elite? Ha! When he has a five-touchdown game, sure, the argument can be made for Joe Flacco as QB1, but he’s right on the edge for me. If you’re in a 12-team league, sure he might be a low-end QB1, but probably not in a 10-teamer. It’s a fine line, but I still have a hard time putting him up there, even after a career game. Fisher: Still can’t do it. While Flacco is knocking on the QB1 door after his monster Week 6 performance, I still expect he’ll fall to his middling QB2 numbers of a year ago. Flacco will have a big week from time to time – whether it’s against another defence as incompetent as the Bucs, or maybe his top receiver carries some huge motivation into a game - but there are too many QBs are as good as Flacco at his best every week for the Ravens signal-caller to be considered Top 10. Hetherington: It’s easy to want to buy in to Flacco after his five touchdown performance against the Buccaneers, but Flacco is not a QB1. Flacco’s week-to-week performance is too inconsistent to make him a QB1, instead I see the Super Bowl XLVII MVP as a high-end QB2 who is worth starting in favourable matchups. Speaking of which, Flacco should have another strong day this week against the Falcons, but should not be relied upon as your top QB option every week. Fantasy Football Report powered by Coors Light Calle Jarnkrok Jersey . -- Manager Bob Melvin shuffled the Athletics batting order and got the type of production he was looking for from the top of the lineup. Juuse Saros Jersey . -- After a year spent travelling the world, Brooks Koepka suddenly is in a position to play a lot more golf at home. http://www.officialpredatorsproshop.com/Predators-Mattias-Ekholm-Adidas-Jersey/ . A strong fastball. A big, bending curveball that can buckle hitters at the knees. Against the Detroit Tigers on Sunday, Elias put the entire package together against one of the leagues strongest lineups.Its a case of same again for Vancouver Whitecaps. After a successful switch in formation for last weeks home win over Houston Dynamo, Caps head coach Carl Robinson is expected to keep the same lineup for their match against Colorado Rapids at BC Place (Saturday at 3:30pm pt live on CTV BC). We have seen many good qualities from Robinson in his opening months as a rookie head coach, the latest being just last week when he showed a willingness to change. The Whitecaps had played his preferred 4-2-3-1 formation in the opening three matches, but needed to find a way to get the best out of forward Kenny Miller and also Chilean midfielder Pedro Morales. So Robinson made a switch, and the diamond midfield worked well as the Whitecaps won 2-1 against the Dynamo to keep their unbeaten start to the season alive. Theres little doubt about the star of the show last week - Morales was magnificent, especially in the first half. The Designated Player was everywhere, making the most of the freedom afforded him as a central attacking midfielder, showcasing his full range of ability, highlighted by his sublime passing. A cross-field ball driven between three Houston players was the top moment for me, but his first-time cross to the head of Andy OBrien, who then set up Jordan Harvey for the first goal, was very close behind. Morales is a difference maker that the Whitecaps have been craving for some time. He excites the crowd and makes those around him more effective. His influence on games will be key to deciding how successful the Whitecaps will be this season. Another big factor will be the depth of the Caps squad. They have assembled a quality group of players that gives Robinson plenty of options and will be extremely valuable as the season progresses. It also gives him the flexibility to change both personnel and formation within games, something he has already shown he is not afraid to do. One of the positives of the 4-4-2 diamond is that Darren Mattocks and Kenny Miller are both able to play in their favoured positions up front. Miller was less effective when playing wide as one of the three attacking midfielders in a 4-2-3-1, but his experience alongside the youth of Mattocks is important for the Whitecaps and against Houston, the partnership worked well. Other positives last week included a strong performance from goalkeeper David Ousted, more excellent work from young Argentine Matiias Laba in his role as a defensive midfield destroyer, and solid displays from both fullbacks Jordan Harvey and Steven Beitashour. Marek Mazanec Jersey. Everything seemed to work against Houston. Now the Whitecaps look for similar success against a Colorado side that is 1-1-1 through its first three matches. They have scored five goals, but all of them have been a result of penalties, four scored by Vincente Sanchez, and one rebound after Deshorn Brown saw his spot kick initially saved. Being awarded five penalties in just three games sets a new MLS record, but finishing chances from the run of play is something the Rapids have been struggling with through the first three matches (1-1 at New York, 2-0 win home to Portland, 3-2 loss home to Kansas City). Colorado are expected to play a 4-2-3-1 formation, but Pablo Mastroenis team will be missing some key pieces in Vancouver. Former Toronto FC defender Marvell Wynne is suspended after a sending off in the loss at home to Sporting Kansas City a week ago, regular left back Chris Klute is injured, and there is also a question mark about whether veteran players such as Sanchez and Edson Buddle will play on the BC Place turf. Colorado finished three points ahead of Vancouver last season, beating the Caps to the final playoff spot in the Western Conference, although the Rapids exited at the first hurdle, losing their Knockout Round match against Seattle, 2-0. The Rapids have kept many of the same players who got them to the postseason. Spanish defensive midfielder Jose Mari is one of the new names likely to play in Vancouver as he returns from a one-match suspension picked up in just his second game in MLS as the Rapids beat Portland 2-0 at home a fortnight ago. Thomas Piermayr could make his MLS debut in defence after signing with the Rapids this week following a trial spell with the club. While most of the players are the same, there is, of course, a new coach. Mastroeni had a long and successful MLS career as a player and is now embarking on a new challenge. With two rookie coaches on the sidelines at BC Place, it will be an interesting tactical battle. The Whitecaps have equaled their best start to a season since joining Major League Soccer with eight points from their opening four matches, a win against Colorado would set a new high standard, and also lay a strong foundation ahead of back-to-back matches against LA Galaxy. China Jerseys China Jerseys Jerseys NFL Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys 2018 Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping ' ' '
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