You play fantasy football. You need suggestions for potential gems on the waiver wire for Week 12. You watch this video. Yes, it’s really that easy.
You might be one of those people who are wondering why the Bucs suddenly look so much better than they did during most of their eight-game losing streak to start the season. Don’t fall for the easy narratives people will throw out there like all of a sudden Bucs head coach Greg Schiano’s “plan” is working, or that a new guy here and a new guy there has turned everything around. Here are the top five reasons the Bucs have looked better.
At the same time, Texans head coach Gary Kubiak pushed the panic button by pulling starter Case Keenum in the third quarter for Matt Schaub, the guy who he benched earlier this year. The Texans were only down 11 and Keenum hadn’t played so bad that any kind of change was needed at the time. Especially when you factor in how long Kubiak stayed with Schaub after he threw pick six after pick six to start the season.
The excuse that he had to change the offense was horse crap and everybody knows it. There wasn’t anything ground breaking that the Texans did after Schaub came into the game — as a matter of fact, it looked just as predictable as it has all season.
What did he have to show for this “bold move”? Two field goals and his star wide receiver walking into the locker room before the final minutes went off the clock because of a verbal altercation with Schaub.
Carolina Panthers – Marqise Lee, Wide Receiver, USC: It seems like every year, the Carolina Panthers need to add a wide receiver, because every year, they ignore the Cheap Chelsea Jerseys position for Cheap Atlanta Braves Jerseys too long on draft day.
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