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Celebrating in style.

Andrew Curtis‘s insight:

It’s pretty impressive how an NFL star can be so humble and down to earth, even after an important win on the biggest of regular season stages, Monday Night Football. Now I’m craving the Waffle House

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PHILADELPHIA — The headlines are now being generated by Philadelphia Eagles receiver Riley Cooper’s hands, not his mouth.

Andrew Curtis‘s insight:

Vick, familiar with controversy and media scrutiny, is the perfect teammate to help Cooper get through this situation. Cooper, with his quarterback’s help and support, has been making headlines for his performance lately, rather than his off-the-field issues.

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There is one man the Philadelphia Eagles must stop if they want to break their home losing streak and win on Sunday. It isn’t Robert Griffin III. It’s Alfred Morris.

Andrew Curtis‘s insight:

In a big NFC East divisional game, both Philadelphia and Washington are facing a must-win situation. The Eagles haven’t won at home in awhile, so the best way for them to break their slump is to slow down Alfred Morris, before he sets up the passing game for Robert Griffin III. The best way to beat the Redskins is to make them one-dimensional, and that’s what Philly is going to try to do.

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The Carolina Panthers aren’t talking playoffs yet, but there is no doubt Sunday’s 10-9 victory against the reigning NFC champion San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park has increased expectations.

Andrew Curtis‘s insight:

The hottest team in the NFL outside Kansas City resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. Led by quarterback Cam Newton and the 2nd ranked defense in the NFL, the Panthers have rejeuvenated their fanbase and the entire region. Newton has a big opportunity to shine, both for my fantasy team and in front of the entire nation, on Monday night against Tom Brady and the Patriots in front of his home fans.

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Cotchery caught a career-high three touchdown passes in the loss to the Patriots. With free agency looming, the Steelers would be wise to consider keeping Cotchery in town for another year or two.

Andrew Curtis‘s insight:

Jerricho Cotchery (one of the best names in football) is building a great bond with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger despite the team’s struggles in the win column. The duo looks to be on the same page, no matter what the situation. The Steelers have been finding themselves down a lot in games thus far, so Cotchery’s fantasy owners are reaping the benefits. I just picked him up last week. Let’s see what kind of production he gives me.

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Everyone on the Eagles benefitted from Nick Foles‘ record-tying seven touchdown passes, but wide receiver Riley Cooper benefitted a bit more than most.

Andrew Curtis‘s insight:

Just when Cooper looked to have built great chemistry with quarterback Nick Foles, this happens. He had three touchdown receptions in Sunday’s blowout win in Oakland. It looks like he will play against the Packers this Sunday, but I’m not expecting half the numbers he put up last week. Playing football sick isn’t easy.

 

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Posted: November 7, 2013 in Uncategorized

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Andrew Curtis‘s insight:

Newton has established himself as a top five quarterback in the NFL. The question now becomes, can he take the next step? That’s a tall task this week in facing the vaunted 49ers defense. Something tells me Cam is up to the challenge. He rose to the occasion in college against quality defenses like Alabama and in the biggest of games.

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