Found September 22, 2012 on Juan Elway:

I started doing this to grown men that wanted autographs Juan…

Mark Ingram is one of the hardest fantasy guys to rank each week.  You just never know when the Saints will give him any sort of volume.  He is the goaline RB, but they throw so much around the stripe that he is not trustworthy.  Maybe the Saints sitting at 0-2 may start trying to run the ball this week.

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