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Sunday, December 10, 2006

cupcake tuneup

wow, NFL was pretty fun today. Vince and Leinart were sick. The Cards / Seahawks (forever the butt end of jokes) I must say play the most exciting football out there. Anyways back to important news. Hopefully tonight I will play LSU, after then its Auburn. Yup: Tigers squared. End of the year always proves to be tough in my Dynasty, but this year I added BYU for fun, so that I could have a snow game and stick it to Mormons.

Leading up into the game of the week against 8-1 LSU, I had two cupcake games which proved no problem, except for the fact that there appears to be a controversy for the #2 WR spot. FR Anthony Thomas who was #6 on the depth chart, all of sudden progressed 5 points to an 85 rating. With his speed and agility there was no way I could keep him out of the lineup. Canadian Kenny Thornton (pictured right) established himself as the #1 guy, he broke an Alabama single game reception record vs. Miss St. And SR Lawrence Curry who returns punts and kickoffs is fine at #3. However Freshmen Chris Richard and Thomas along with SOs David Wayne and Wes Holey all have about the same ability. And all except Richard (he's a nice guy) are demanding the ball. Anyways their performance in the LSU and Auburn games will most likely determine their futures at Alabama. Key stats below, enjoy:

Alabama 52, Mississippi St 7 Tuscaloosa

Spicer 9-10, 156 yards 2TDs
Graves 14-18, 190 yards 3TDs
Ferguson 100 yards
Thornton 12rec 213 yards 3TDs (school rec for single game rec)

Alabama 38, Vanderbilt 10 Nashville

Spicer 8-12, 118 yards 1TD
Graves 9-12, 95 yards 2TDs; 47 yards rushing
Ferguson 130 yards 2TDs
Anthony Thomas 3rec 63 yards 1TDs (The TD was sick, he juked past everyone)


k I'm going home to watch Saints / Cowboys

1 Comments:

  • man! I wish you could stream those LSU and Auburn games. I'm so curious, I need to know how they go. 2012 is going to be a huge year, and the expectations grow with each week.

    This sounds like a WR logjam and you need to find a way to resolve it, maybe with drawing straws, some sort of duel, dance off.

    By Blogger Christian, at 10/12/06 8:43 PM  

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