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The only thing that limits Brady’s upside this week is the possibility that he’ll be pulled in the third or fourth quarter as the team salts away a big lead. His floor is probably 300+ yards and 3 TDs, and there is a strong potential for more.
BenJarvus Green-Ellis/Danny Woodhead/Stevan Ridley
This game shapes up to be a blowout for the Pats, and the Chiefs give up 134 yards per game on the ground. I think this trio will eclipse that average. Look for BJGE to rack up 70+ yards and a TD, Woodhead to put up around 50-60 total yards and Ridley to flirt with 50 total yards as well. Any New England running back should be a better-than-average play this week. I wouldn’t even fault a team for trotting Kevin Faulk out there if they’re desperate.
Wes Welker/Deion Branch/Chad Ochocinco
Welker has scored just once in his past five games, but he stands a decent chance of reaching paydirt this week against a KC defense that has given up 16 passing TDs on the year. Look for him t...
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