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http://www.buccaneerslockerroom.com/authentic-o.-j.-howard-jersey , and four more next week. From there we’ll be able to utilize our entire roster when making up our weekly fantasy lineups. For now, we’ve analyzed the Week 10 schedule, and identified several players to start and others to avoid as we get ever closer to fantasy playoffs.START `EMQuarterback— Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tampa Bay vs. NY JetsFitzpatrick will seek revenge against his former team, which has surrendered the most passing TDs to QBs this season (19). Even without suspended WR Mike Evans, Fitzpatrick still has enough offensive firepower to use against the Jets, who’ve given up the third most fantasy points per game (FPPG) to QBs over the past four weeks.— Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh at IndianapolisRoethlisberger is the 24th best fantasy QB in standard scoring but is averaging 314 passing yards and has thrown 15 TDs in six career games against the Colts. Indianapolis has allowed the most passing yards to QBs this season.— Josh McCown, NY Jets at Tampa BayMcCown continues to be an excellent streaming option against the Bucs, who’ve allowed the seventh most FPPG to QBs. He’s averaging 20 FPPG over the past four weeks.Running back— Orleans Darkwa, NY Giants at San FranciscoDarkwa has had a productive season, gaining 5.1 yards per carry. The 49ers have surrendered the most FPPG and most rushing yards to RBs.— Matt Forte, NY Jets at Tampa BayForte more than doubled Bilal Powell’s snaps played percentage in Week 9. He faces a Buccaneers team that’s allowed seven total TDs and the second most FPPG to RBs over the past four weeks.Wide receiver— Mohamed Sanu, Atlanta vs. DallasSanu has scored double digit fantasy points in point-per-reception (PPR) formats in six of seven games. He’s scored TDs in two consecutive games, and takes on the Cowboys who’ve given up the sixth most FPPG to WRs.— Robby Anderson, NY Jets at Tampa BayAnderson has provided fantasy owners who play in PPR leagues with double digit points in four consecutive weeks. He has scored a TD in three straight games and faces the Buccaneers, who’ve surrendered the second most FPPG to WRs.Tight end— Eric Ebron, Detroit vs. ClevelandEbron has an opportunity to have a productive game against the Browns, who’ve given up the most receptions and second most FPPG to TEs.–Garrett Celek, San Francisco vs. NY GiantsThe Giants have given up at least one TD to a TE in every game this season. With even little known TEs like Jeff Heuerman and Tyler Higsbee having scored against the “G-Men”, Celek has an opportunity to find the end zone as well.SIT `EMQuarterback— Kirk Cousins, Washington vs. MinnesotaCousins has averaged less than 10 FPPG over the past two weeks, in part due to injuries to his pass catchers. Wide receiver Jamison Crowder, who was coming off his best game of the season, and TE Jordan Reed, missed Week 9. If they play in Week 10, they’re likely to be limited. The Vikings have allowed the fourth fewest FPPG to QBs.— Philip Rivers, LA Chargers at JacksonvilleThe Jaguars have yielded the fewest passing yards Womens M.J. Stewart Jersey , TDs and FPPG to QBs. Rivers has struggled this season, and has scored just over 13 FPPG over the past three weeks.Running back— Adrian Peterson, Arizona vs. SeattleThe Seahawks haven’t given up more than 75 rushing yards to a RB since Week 3, and have yielded the fifth fewest FPPG to RBs. Don’t be fooled by Peterson’s monster performance in Week 9. Much of it was due to the 49ers’ poor run defense.— Kenyan Drake and Damien Williams, Miami at CarolinaDrake and Williams have a tough matchup against the Panthers, who’ve given up just three rushing TDs this season, and an average of 78 rushing yards per game.— Ameer Abdullah, Detroit vs. ClevelandCleveland has been pretty good at stopping the run. The Browns’ defense of 2.9 yards per carry allowed leads the NFL, and they’ve held their opponents to 84 rushing yards per game. Abdullah is averaging 2.34 yards per carry over his last two games.Wide receiver— Will Fuller, Houston at LA RamsThe season ending injury to Texans QB Deshaun Watson will hurt Fuller’s long term value. With Tom Savage under center Fuller was only able to catch two of eight targets. Fuller got off to a hot start this season, and scored seven TDs in his first four games. However, the Rams have given up just four TDs, as well as the seventh fewest FPPG to WRs.— T.Y. Hilton, Indianapolis vs. PittsburghPittsburgh has given up the third and second fewest FPPG to QBs and WRs respectively. It also has a good pass rush which will further complicate things for the Colts, who’ve given up the most sacks this season. Hilton is a matchup play going forward. If you have a better option for Week 10, use it.Tight end— Charles Clay, Buffalo vs. New OrleansClay has a good chance to play in Week 10 but has a tough matchup against the Saints. They’ve given up the fewest receptions to TEs, as well as the third fewest FPPG to the position. If Clay sits, we’d advise you to fade his backup Nick O’Leary, as well. Here’s what I saw during the first seven days of practice." NFL training campBucs Nation NewsFinal Thoughts From The First Week Of Training CampNew,13commentsHere’s what I saw during the first seven days of practice. EDTNow that I will be watching practice afar from my residence in Nashville, I figured it’d be a good idea to summarize the main points of what I was able to witness in person at Bucs’ training camp over the past week.None of this is set in stone. We still have a long way to go, but as far as trends go, these are storylines worth monitoring as camp progresses. Be sure to check out updates from Gil Arcia, Bailey Adams, and David Harrison as they will be attending camp over the coming weeks! 1. This coaching staff is a breath of fresh air. From the media availability of not going to take the “feelz” approach with what’s happened in camp during these next few paragraphs. Instead, I would like to express my gratitude, fortune Noah Spence Jersey , and sheer happiness that I was able to spend a week and a half in Tampa Bay watching this team do its thing. When I first graduated college, I was your typical, the-world-will-come-to-me, 20-something year-old. I did everything I was told to do in school. I took my required courses and prerequisites, but I also took production classes, worked at the campus TV station, and held an internship with a local news station. I sent out maybe 5-6 applications during the weeks prior to graduation and in hindsight, I should’ve sent out around 50-60. While hindsight is always 20/20, it’s also a motherf%$@#! when you look back and realize you could’ve done more. Not to make excuses - or brag - but one of the reasons why I didn’t make much of an effort to get a job was because I went through a two-month long interview/hiring process for a production assistant position with ESPN. This began around two weeks after graduation. During that time - being the inane kid I was - I figured there’s no way in hell I wouldn’t get that job. Well, sure enough, I didn’t get the job. I made it to the “semifinals” but lost out to someone who was better than I was. So what did I do? Well, I picked up a job serving tables and continued to pick and choose where I wanted to go career-wise, which in return handicapped me and essentially phased me out of any chance of getting a job that would not only begin my career, but one that could become a stepping stone toward a higher position in the sports reporting world. What made matters worse, the jobs I did apply for, I never heard back from anyone involved with the process. Not one word. Ghosted, as the kids like to say these days. At one point and time, I thought to myself: Is this really what I’m supposed to do? Sure, everyone has dreams, but are mine a lost cause?That period of reflection was not only humbling, but motivating. I knew right then and there that if I wanted to do this for a living, it would be up to me - myself and no one else - to get it done. It was time to work and leave the excuses off the table. There was no other direction or route to take at this point.I wrote for this crappy little website for about two years and it was unpaid gig, but it was an organized outlet that allowed me to get my voice out. Regardless, it was tough, especially when trying to make ends meet with a job that actually makes you money. I started my own website which lasted about an entire two months before I went back to writing for the aforementioned website, which had taken a major turn for the worse at that point. A few months later, the site was a distant memory which no longer existed. Four years removed from school with no updated work is a tough, tough situation for someone to be in Deone Bucannon Jersey White , especially in this line of work. If you’re not up to date in terms of product, content, or knowledge, most places aren’t even going to think once about looking at your resume. Fortunately, I stumbled upon Bucs Nation and Gil Arcia, who had just taken over as manager. With a stroke of luck, he hired me and the rest is history. I say all of this as a prelude (and a damned long one, at that) before thanking not only Gil and our staff of amazing writers, but before thanking you, the reader, as well. Without you, this doesn’t happen. We don’t happen. Covering the Bucs doesn’t happen. To see many of you - old faces and new - routinely checking in (and commenting) on our work is a breath of fresh air for someone who has always questioned whether or not they were meant to do this. Whether it’s criticism, approval, or a means of discourse - the interactions with all of you mean everything to us. Regardless if we agree or disagree, the conversation is always there and you always come back for more. I also want to say that if you’re chasing your dream: don’t ever give up. Ever. No matter who tells you what you can’t do, what you think you can’t do, or if you don’t know how to get it done - just find a way. It may be as simple as starting a blog about your local little league baseball team or a journal about a relative that is trying to make it as a pro athlete. Whatever it is, just get it done and say it in the manner that you think it should be said in. Granted, I still have a long way to go. This isn’t a full-time, fully-paid gig, but I am grateful for that. When you have to work for your goals, it opens up a whole new world for appreciation of the little things. It’s a step on the ladder that I’ve been ever-so fortunate to experience and it’s also something that I’ll never forget. So, again, I am so grateful for all of you and cannot wait to continue to provide as much information as I can!
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