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Answers to DEt/CHI, HOU/IND & NO/GB

DET/CHI

Poor Roy Williams.

Bears QB Rex Grossman did great - 4 TDS and 289 yards on just 20 completions.  Here's to hoping RB Thomas Jones benefits from the normal defenses that teams will have to employ after GRex tore apart the first two teams' defenses.

The Bears Defense continues where it left off last season - a must-start and the likely difference in a couple week's worth of fantasy match-ups.

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HOU/IND

David Carr had a very nice day - 22/26/219/3 TDS, but the Mario Williams-led defense gave-up 43 points.  The triumvirate RBBC gained 98 yards on 20 carries.  That three-ehaded monster should be avoided until it's shrunken down to one.

Andre Johnson caught one of those TDS, but only had 56 yards.

As for the Colts RB situation, Joseph Addai has to be ahead - Tony Dungy protestations aside.  16/82 rushing and 2/22/1 receiving is only dampened by his two fumbles, but he is clearly the one improving

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NO/GB

The weekend's best fantasy game had Saints QB Drew Brees erasing the memory of last week's medicority with 353 yarda and 2 TDS.  Marques Colsten grabbed another TD pass and shouldn't be available in any depe league.

Reggie Bush didn't dazzle rushing the ball (6/5), but he did catch 8 passes.  His value remains unchanged.

Deuce McAllister carried 12 times for 47 yards, but scored two TDs.  he is clearly the #1 runner.

Rookie WR Greg Jennings came back from a potential 100% drop list with a TD and 67 yards receiving with 6 recpetions. Interestingly, I listened to XM Radio's Rotowire Fantasy Football Hour with Chris Lis, and he I advised taking Jets receiver Jerricho Cotchery over Greg Jennings.

I am not so sure.

Ahman Green crashed back to Earth and had the typical one fumble.  Where's the "doubtful" injury report?  I know it's there.

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