Found October 27, 2012 on Philly Sports World:
  Philly Sports World Fantasy Week 8   Game of the week, our Eagles against the undefeated Falcons. The Eagles and Mike Vick are in desperate need for a win and history is on their side. Andy Reid is 13-0 coming out of bye weeks so sticking with history, I am taking the Eagles in a close game, 23-17. Must starts> Brent Celek has been quiet the past few games and the Eagles will need a big game from their tight-end if they are to win, 90 yards and a touchdown from Celek. Jason Hanson> The Lions are struggling and this week will not get any better against a tough Seahawk defense. A game of field-goals, Hanson will get 4 in a losing effort. SIT> Matthew Stafford is becoming one of the biggest disappointments of the season. The Seahawks will put pressure on him all game forcing 3 interceptions. DeSean Jackson> The new contract has not equated into production as Jackson will continue with another small performance officially he has become a number 3 fantasy receiver.                Similar Posts: WEEK 1: Philly Sports World Fantasy must starts and sit the bench. Fantasy football week 7 sits and starts, game of the week Philly Sports World week 4 fantasy sits and starts Strong defense and Michael Vick keys to Eagles 24-23 win PSW Fantasy Week 6 recap
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