J. J. Watt

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  1. The Don

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    Was easily blocked by a single lineman against New England. Obviously still playing through a lot of pain post-surgery. He did have a nice game against KC in Week 2, but weeks 1 and 3 have been duds.

    Do you bench the superhero until he's back in form? It's not like there's many d-linemen to plug in who put up decent points on a regular basis.
     
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    I think you have to play him against a Tennessee team he has dominated in the past with his 15.5 sacks vs the Titans in his career. That, and Tennessee is giving up the most fantasy points to opposing defensive linemen.

    I have to agree that he looks limited but if he's going to get away with a big game, it's more than likely going to come in an important divisional rivalry.

    "Turn Down For Watt" :headphone:
     
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    Too bad to see him lose a prime year of his career. . .
     
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    I'm scared to death of Kuechly now...but, injuries are a part of it
     
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    It would be a real shame if Luke's career is cut short.

    Could just be me, but it seems like there's more injuries than there used to be, or maybe the league is more careful about them, especially concussions. Between injuries and bye weeks, you can end up with starting lineups that are radically different than what you envisioned after you were done putting your teams together for the regular season.

    The only thing more frustrating is how there always seems to be more bad luck than good luck in the playoffs. :smuggrin:
     

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