Found November 04, 2012 on Juan Elway:
I thought it was casual Juan… With the news of Darren Sproles having surgery and possibly being out for 4-6 weeks with a broken hand will give the multidimensional Thomas a much bigger role in the offense.  He has to be considered a top 20 guy now, especially in PPR leagues.  Lance Moore should also benefit from additional targets that will be left behind.  Moore came up big when Reggie Bush went down and will be in a similar situation here. Patrick Willis And His Bro Hang At The Club Beanie Wells Hangs With Some Friends
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