Submitted by reader Nick S.
Here is Nick's explanation on how his team achieved this prestigious distinction
So I knew I was facing a tough foe but have been hamstrung by injuries over the past few weeks:
– Peyton Hillis Madden Curse Joseph Addai Hamstrings Jahvid Best Season-threatening concussion Ahmad Bradshaw Season-threatening foot injury
On top of that, this week my WRs were facing adversity, so I decided to bench them and take my chances with backups and waiver selections:
– #1 Stevie Johnson On Revis Island #2 Brandon Marshall Underperforming all year
My starters and their justification:
– Michael Vick Favorable matchup at home but ended up producing very little fantasy numbers
– Delone Carter Named the starter, but I expected splitting time. He ended up fumbling in the first series and never seeing the ball again.
– Taiwan Jones Figured RB-by-committee in Oakland and his speed and hints for more playing time seemed like a good investment for this week and take a flyer.
– DJ Ware Another by-committee scenario. Has shown promise and gotten confidence from his team. Hardly saw the ball. When he did have a positive play it was called back due to holding calls.
– Jon Baldwin Picked him up hoping he'd go back-to-back positive weeks against a weak Miami team
– Laurent Robinson He's actually been one of Dallas' better receivers and had a favorable matchup.
– Oakland Defense Could do nothing against one of the worst QBs in the league. Should have been a favorable matchup.
Overall, I knew I needed an amazing week from flyer pickups got literally nothing all day. Should have stuck with my guns to at least have a respectable total.
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