Originally written October 04, 2012 on Philly Sports World:
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Philly Sports World Fantasy Week 5
Week 5 game of the week Cleveland at the N.Y. Giants. Coming off a tough loss in Philly the Giants you can expect will come out with guns a blazing. Until last week, everyone was calling Eli Manning the best quarterback in the NFL, well, he still is. Manning will throw for 300 and three touchdowns against the 0-4 Browns. Giants 27 Browns 13
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Adrian Peterson>; The Titans defense or what little they have is no match for Peterson who has played well this season coming back from injury. Minnesota likes to throw, yes, but Peterson will still get plenty of chances, scoring twice for the Vikes.
Eli Manning>; Bouncing back just like the rest of the Giants, Eli gets his 300 yards and three touchdowns.
Jeremy Maclin>; Maclin’s invisible game last week coming back from injury against the Giants was an anomaly. Expect the Steelers defense to key on DeSean Jackson, leaving Maclin with 6 catches for 100 yards and a td.
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Fred Jackson/C.J. Spiller>; Come on if you think they can run on San Fran you’re dreaming and in San Fran? Last week’s drubbing of the Jets should have you scared to put anyone up against them.
Jamaal Charles>; One week I love him the next I don’t, Baltimore will control the line and Charles, keeping him under 75 yards and out of the end zone. If your only other choice is Steven Jackson well I guess you’re playing him.Similar Posts:

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