Found November 12, 2012 on Razzball Football:
Before this weekend hit, Calvin Johnson admitted he’d been playing dinged up stating he had suffered nerve damage week 4 which was affecting his grip.  Unfortunately for most of the fantasy community who drafted him, it affected their grip as well as Johnson became constant ‘should I trade him?’ fodder across the fantasy football community.  Not to toot my own horn – namely because I don’t like the idea of saying I toot anything – but I did say to buy low on Calvin after his clunker vs the Bears.  Even with a bad game vs the Seahawks nestled into the last three weeks, I think it’s safe to say that was a good call as today was the game changing Calvin his fantasy owners were looking for.  Despite a fumble, Megatron dropped 207 receiving yards and a touchdown on the beleaguered lineups of his fantasy faithful on 12 receptions and now has 382 yards receiving over the last three weeks.  Safe to say, you’re not getting Calvin from his owners any longer but if you did when I suggested it…...
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