Week 13 Start 'Em, Sit 'Em: Titans a welcome host for Schaub, Texans

Some fantasy football owners have long since given up on their seasons, but for others Week 13 is crucial. It marks the end of the fantasy regular season in standard leagues, so consider this the last real competitive week for waiver pickups.

If you've clinched a playoff spot, enjoy the mostly pressure-free week. If you need to win this week to secure a postseason berth, we're here to help clinch your decisions with the weekly Start 'Em, Sit 'Em.


Saints -- Drew Brees, Darren Sproles, Marques Colston, Jimmy Graham: Sproles is the only real question mark here, but after his seven catches for 65 yards last week, he's a must-start running back or flex in PPR formats. Graham should also rebound against the seventh-worst team in fantasy versus tight ends.

Falcons -- Matt Ryan, Michael Turner, Jacquizz Rodgers, Julio Jones, Roddy White, Tony Gonzalez, Matt Bryant: Facing the Saints has been a start-all game all season, and this week even offers the chance to use Rodgers. The Falcons gave Rodgers a bigger piece of the timeshare with the slowing Turner last week, and the Saints are dead last in fantasy against running backs. The Saints are also last against quarterbacks, third-worst versus wide receivers and in the bottom 10 against tight ends. Start both Falcons backs in addition to all of your weekly Falcons must-starts.


Saints -- Mark Ingram, Chris Ivory, Pierre Thomas, Lance Moore, David Thomas, Garrett Hartley, Saints D/ST: The return of Sproles ruins the rest of the Saints' running back options, even if the Falcons are 11th-worst in fantasy against the position. It's just impossible to be sure which back will get the bulk of the carries or the goal-line work. Also, Moore is off the fantasy radar this week because the Falcons have done a good job against opposing wide receivers (seventh-best in fantasy).

Falcons -- Falcons D/ST: This is a marginal unit, and the Saints are a dangerous offense.


Texans -- Matt Schaub, Arian Foster, Andre Johnson, Owen Daniels, Shayne Graham, Texans D/ST: The Titans are one of the most fantasy-friendly opponents in the NFL, ranking in the bottom 10 against quarterbacks (seventh-worst), running backs (fourth-worst), tight ends (third-worst), kickers (fifth-worst) and D/STs (eighth worst). It all makes Schaub a sleeper starter this week.

Titans -- Chris Johnson: He is facing the No. 1 team in fantasy versus running backs, but Johnson has been at his best in the toughest matchups this season. Also, Johnson is the only back to top 100 yards against the Texans' run defense this year, rushing for 141 in Week 4.


Texans -- Justin Forsett, Ben Tate, Kevin Walter, Keshawn Martin, Garrett Graham: Forsett is the one many will take a chance on here because of the favorable matchup, but remember that his long touchdown on Thanksgiving really shouldn't have counted. Also, Tate is going to return from injury and could affect the touches Foster's backup gets in garbage time.

Titans -- Jake Locker, Kenny Britt, Nate Washington, Kendall Wright, Jared Cook, Rob Bironas, Titans D/ST: Not only is the Texans' defense better than it has shown in recent weeks, but also the Titans have some uncertainty with quarterback coach Dowell Loggains taking over as offensive coordinator. Expect the Titans to go to a rhythm passing game to set up the run, throwing to the backs and tight ends on the early downs. That makes Cook a potential sleeper, but all of the receivers are a risk until the results sort themselves out.


Colts -- Reggie Wayne, Adam Vinatieri: The Lions' defense hasn't been all that forgiving for fantasy opponents this season, ranking near the top 10 against most positions. If you're looking for a sleeper, Vinatieri (the Lions rank fourth-worst versus kickers) and tight end Dwayne Allen (the Lions rank fifth-worst versus tight ends) face a favorable matchup. But Allen will have to deal with the potential return of fellow rookie Coby Fleener (shoulder).

Lions -- Matthew Stafford, Mikel Leshoure, Calvin Johnson, Ryan Broyles, Brandon Pettigrew, Jason Hanson: Leshoure is one of the best plays of the week at his position, facing the ninth-worst team in fantasy versus running backs. Also, Broyles has taken over as a starter with Titus Young still being punished for personal conduct issues. Pettigrew is a marginal option, especially after his drops and fumble on Thanksgiving. Plus, he faces the second-best team in fantasy versus tight ends. He still rates among the top 12 in fantasy at the position this week, because the top tight ends have been so inconsistent as a group this season.


Colts -- Andrew Luck, Vick Ballard, Donald Brown, T.Y. Hilton, Colts D/ST: Luck has been much better at home and he hasn't been fantasy-starter worthy of late in general. It is probably time to bench him for a quarterback with a more favorable matchup. The Lions are in the top half of fantasy against quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers. Ballard would be a better play if Brown weren't expected to get more and more of the timeshare as the weeks move on. Hilton is just out of the range of fantasy starters with bye weeks no longer affecting depth at wide receiver.

Lions -- Joique Bell, Kevin Smith, Titus Young, Tony Scheffler, Lions D/ST: Bell is the one to resist here. Smith has played more snaps than Bell in each of the past two weeks because of his better pass-protection skills. Also, Leshoure is his own goal-line back now.


Jaguars -- Rashad Jennings, Cecil Shorts, Justin Blackmon: Jennings resumes feature-back duties with Jalen Parmele (groin) going on IR and it comes just in time to face the second-worst team in fantasy versus running backs. Also, Chad Henne faces the 10th-worst team in fantasy versus quarterbacks, and while he isn't yet starter-worthy in crunch time, he makes the consistent Shorts and surging Blackmon solid starters in all fantasy leagues now.

Bills -- C.J. Spiller, Fred Jackson, Stevie Johnson: Spiller will get 60 percent of the touches, which makes him a must-start, while Jackson's 40 percent use is enough to play him against the sixth-worst team in fantasy versus running backs. The Bills' running game in a favorable matchup will also make kicker Rian Lindell an option for those without an elite kicker to trust week to week.


Jaguars -- Marcedes Lewis, Josh Scobee, Jaguars D/ST: Henne's down-field pluck makes these options a consideration, but not quite starter-quality for contending teams in crunch time. Watch Lewis for potential rewards down the stretch, though.

Bills -- Ryan Fitzpatrick, Donald Jones, Scott Chandler, Bills D/ST: Even the most favorable of matchups won't give these options enough value in the post-bye season.


Seahawks -- Marshawn Lynch: An awful performance against the Dolphins was an eye-opener, but expect the Seahawks to do a better job game-planning against the third-best team in fantasy versus running backs. Lynch still rates among the top 25 running backs to start, even in the toughest of matchups.

Bears -- Michael Bush, Brandon Marshall, Bears D/ST: We are assuming Matt Forte (ankle) will be out or not at full strength this week, so consider Bush a low-end starting option in a run-heavy offense. The Seahawks' run defense is better than it showed last week, but if the Dolphins could figure out how to run on Seattle, you can bet the Bears will, too.


Seahawks -- Russell Wilson, Sidney Rice, Golden Tate, Zach Miller, Steven Hauschka, Seahawks D/ST: The Bears are third-best against quarterbacks and sixth-best against wide receivers, so expect the Seahawks' passing game to prove too weak to trust against the Bears, whose defense ranks in the top half of fantasy against just about everything. The Seahawks' defense showed last week that it can't be trusted when away from home.

Bears -- Jay Cutler, Earl Bennett, Kellen Davis, Robbie Gould: With Alshon Jeffery (knee) out and Devin Hester (concussion) banged up, Bennett should get the targets that don't go to Marshall. This is still a tough Seahawks defense, ranking third-best against quarterbacks and second-best against wide receivers. The suspended corners are going to play amid appeal, by the way.


49ers -- Colin Kaepernick, Frank Gore, Michael Crabtree, Vernon Davis, David Akers, 49ers D/ST: This is virtually a start-all game for the 49ers, assuming they keep the continuity with Kaepernick at quarterback. The 49ers will also be motivated, knowing they blew an opportunity against the Rams in San Francisco earlier in a 24-24 tie. If you're looking for a sleeper running back, consider the long-lost Brandon Jacobs, who assumes the backup running back job with Kendall Hunter (Achilles) out for the season.

Rams -- Steven Jackson, Danny Amendola: If not for Jackson having his best performances in recent weeks against elite run defenses and Amendola staving off injury concerns, this would be a sit-all week for the Rams. Jackson ran for 101 yards and a touchdown against the 49ers on the road, so you have to consider him among the Top 25 running backs to start. Also, Amendola, if healthy, figures to be useful in PPR formats as a frequent target underneath, especially because there should be ample garbage time against a resurgent contender.


49ers -- Mario Manningham, Randy Moss: The Rams are quietly in the top 10 of fantasy against wide receivers. These two are marginal options.

Rams -- Sam Bradford, Daryl Richardson, Chris Givens, Lance Kendricks, Greg Zuerlein, Rams D/ST: There's no need for a reminder about how good the 49ers defense is, but just in case: fourth-best versus quarterbacks, second-best versus running backs, third-best versus wide receivers, fifth-best versus tight ends, No. 1 versus kickers and 10th-best against D/STs.


Vikings -- Adrian Peterson, Jarius Wright, Kyle Rudolph, Blair Walsh: Wright and Rudolph are the sleepers here against a Packers defense that is seventh-worst in fantasy versus wide receivers. Wright gets targets with Percy Harvin (ankle) expected to be out, and Rudolph figures to be the primary receiving option on most play-action plays.

Packers -- Aaron Rodgers, Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, Mason Crosby, Packers D/ST: Expect a rebound week for Rodgers and company. Greg Jennings (sports hernia) should play, but he'll be limited, so keep Nelson and Cobb among your wide receiver starters, along with the kicker and defense.


Vikings -- Christian Ponder, Jerome Simpson, Michael Jenkins, Vikings D/ST: The only real consideration here is the defense. Figure that the Packers will scheme better pass protection here, and the Packers are still eighth-best in fantasy against opposing D/STs. Find a one-week replacement for the Vikings' D/ST.

Packers -- James Starks, Alex Green, James Jones, Jermichael Finley: The Packers haven't settled on which running back they're going to trust, and only the Dolphins, Chargers, Steelers, Broncos, 49ers and Bucs have allowed fewer yards per carry than the Vikings (3.8) this season. Also, Jennings' return figures to push Jones and Finley further down Rodgers' pecking order in the passing game.


Panthers -- Cam Newton, Steve Smith, Greg Olsen: Fantasy owners should feel a lot better with Newton now than they did early in the season, but only start these primary Panthers options against a Chiefs' defense that has played better in the second half of the season.

Chiefs -- Jamaal Charles: The seventh-worst team in fantasy versus running backs allowed rookie Bryce Brown to announce himself with authority last Monday night. Charles should be in for one of his best days, particularly at home, assuming the Chiefs don't screw it up and limit his touches again.


Panthers -- DeAngelo Williams, Jonathan Stewart, Mike Tolbert, Brandon LaFell, Louis Murphy, Gary Barnidge, Graham Gano, Panthers D/ST: There will be a temptation to try to take advantage of a non-contending Chiefs team with Williams (who will presumably be the starter with Stewart [ankle] expected to be out), LaFell and the defense. Resist that temptation. The Chiefs played well against better opponents like the Steelers and Ravens and they have allowed the fewest receptions to wide receivers in the NFL to date, making LaFell a poor play. Sure, the Chiefs are second-worst in fantasy against D/STs, but the Panthers' awful run defense can really hurt them here.

Chiefs -- Brady Quinn, Peyton Hillis, Dwayne Bowe, Jon Baldwin, Dexter McCluster, Tony Moeaki, Ryan Succop, Chiefs D/ST: The Panthers are quietly fifth-best in fantasy against wide receivers and top 10 against quarterbacks. If you consider anyone here, it should be Hillis against the Panthers' iffy run defense, but Hillis hasn't been fantasy-worthy all season.


Patriots -- Tom Brady, Stevan Ridley, Wes Welker, Aaron Hernandez, Stephen Gostkowski, Patriots D/ST: The Dolphins are mostly middle of the pack against everything in fantasy, save for running backs, where Miami ranks fifth-best. This is an important test week for Ridley owners. If Ridley handles a matchup Marshawn Lynch failed in a week ago, you should feel fine starting Ridley against the No. 1 Texans (Week 14) and No. 2 49ers (Week 15). Hernandez should also prove to be more of a factor than he was in his return a week ago.

Dolphins -- None: Explanation in the sits section below.


Patriots -- Shane Vereen, Brandon Lloyd, Julian Edelman, Visanthe Shiancoe: Vereen is a consideration off of his big week, but the Dolphins' staunch run defense is enough to give pause. Lloyd is a potential sleeper if Edelman doesn't play, and Shiancoe figures to get more targets the longer Rob Gronkowski (arm) sits, but these guys aren't trustworthy options this week.

Dolphins -- Ryan Tannehill, Reggie Bush, Daniel Thomas, Brian Hartline, Davone Bess, Anthony Fasano, Charles Clay, Daniel Carpenter, Dolphins D/ST: This a sit-all game for the Dolphins, not because of what the Pats do defensively as much as what the Dolphins do offensively. They spread the ball around and it's unclear where the yards, targets or touchdowns are going to come from.

There will be some offensive numbers put up against the Pats, particularly in garbage time, but which running back do you trust? Bush against a top-10 run defense or Thomas for a potential score against a defense that has given up just six touchdowns to running backs in 12 weeks? Only five teams (Cardinals, Giants, Bears, 49ers and Texans) have allowed fewer touchdowns to running backs. And in the passing game, the Dolphins went to Bess over Hartline last week, leaving this week's primary target a mystery. Consider Bess and Hartline low-end options in PPR formats, at best.


Cardinals -- Beanie Wells, Cardinals D/ST: Wells returned with a good outing a week ago, and the Jets' woeful offense has allowed teams to pound out yardage against what should be a decent run defense. Consider the Arizona defense a streaming play against a team that is fifth-worst in fantasy against D/STs.

Jets -- Dustin Keller, Jets D/ST: This is another awful week to trust a Jet, save for the defense against a terribly quarterbacked Cardinals team. Keller is a low-end option because he rates as his team's primary target, but it should be warned that the Cardinals have been third-best in fantasy versus D/STs.


Cardinals -- Ryan Lindley, LaRod Stephens-Howling, William Powell, Larry Fitzgerald, Andre Roberts, Michael Floyd, Todd Heap, Jay Feely: The Jets, ranked in the top 10 of fantasy against quarterbacks and wide receivers, get to tee off against the worst starting quarterback in the NFL. That makes former fantasy star Fitzgerald a bad play, along with just about every Cardinal.

Jets -- Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, Shonn Greene, Bilal Powell, Jeremy Kerley, Chaz Schilens, Stephen Hill, Nick Folk: You likely don't need reasons to sit your Jets, but the Cardinals still are fifth-best in fantasy versus quarterbacks and ninth-best against running backs. We wouldn't be all that wary of using Greene, though, if not for the timeshare he is in with Powell now. If you have to trust a Jets offensive player, bank on Powell finding the end zone once or twice. We only list him as a sit because this game is just as likely to finish in a 0-0 tie after a full overtime.


Buccaneers -- Doug Martin, Vincent Jackson, Dallas Clark: The Broncos' defense is top 10 in fantasy against running backs and wide receivers, but Martin and Jackson are sure starts in any matchup in crunch time. Clark is a sleeper, having earned fantasy starter status with his targets in recent weeks and now facing the second-worst team in fantasy versus tight ends. Only the Redskins and Pats have allowed more yards to tight ends and no team has allowed more than the eight touchdowns the Broncos have surrendered to them.

Broncos -- Peyton Manning, Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker, Matt Prater, Broncos D/ST: This should be one of the best weeks of the season for the Broncos' passing game. The Bucs are fourth-worst in fantasy versus quarterbacks and second-worst against wide receivers. And given that the Bucs have the No. 1-ranked run defense in the NFL, figure Manning throws for 350 yards and four touchdowns here. The Bucs are sixth-best against kickers and third-best against D/STs in fantasy, but Prater and the Broncos have earned must-start status in all matchups.


Buccaneers -- Josh Freeman, Mike Williams, Tiquan Underwood, Connor Barth, Buccaneers D/ST: The weather won't be seasonably bad, but after a mediocre Week 12, Freeman figures to be worse against a red-hot Broncos defense playing at home. Underwood's recent surge has dropped Williams out of fantasy-starter status, a move that should hold against the Broncos, the eighth-best team in fantasy against wide receivers and fourth-best against kickers. It is a good week to spot-start someone for Barth.

Broncos -- Knowshon Moreno, Ronnie Hillman, Lance Ball, Brandon Stokley, Jacob Tamme, Joel Dreessen: Moreno earned the feature-back role just in time to face the No. 1-ranked run defense in the NFL. It would be a bad time to trust Moreno as a starter, though, especially because Ronnie Hillman and Lance Ball can still factor in more than they did a week ago. Stokley has gotten some run as a fallback option for Manning in the passing game, but the Bucs' pass defense has been so poor, we should expect Thomas and Decker to have field days. Finally, the tight-end situation fluctuates week to week, so don't take a gamble there in fantasy crunch time.


Browns -- Trent Richardson, Browns D/ST: This should be Richardson's best week of the season, facing a Raiders defense that is third-worst in fantasy against running backs and falling. Cleveland's defense has played better of late, so consider it a streaming option against the woeful Raiders.

Raiders -- Darren McFadden, Brandon Myers, Sebastian Janikowski: This assumes McFadden finally returns from his high-ankle sprain. If he does not, then Marcel Reece owners can rejoice again, particularly in PPR formats. Myers has earned starting status, even if the Browns are No. 1 in fantasy against tight ends. Janikowski should remain among the top 12 most-productive kickers with the Raiders offense struggling to produce touchdowns in the red zone.


Browns -- Brandon Weeden, Josh Gordon, Greg Little, Ben Watson, Jordan Cameron, Phil Dawson: Gordon, Little and Dawson are potential sleepers against the Raiders, who are eighth-worst against wide receivers and third-worst against kickers. Only consider them out of desperation, though, because you can never be sure when the Browns are going to resort to playing like the Browns.

Raiders -- Carson Palmer, Denarius Moore, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Raiders D/ST: The recent struggles of Palmer makes it difficult to trust him now. The best one can hope for is this passing game to wake up against a Browns defense that is ninth-worst in fantasy versus wide receivers.


Bengals -- Andy Dalton, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, A.J. Green, Jermaine Gresham, Bengals D/ST: The surging Bengals have made these guys must-start options in all matchups of late. The defense draws the best matchup, facing the sixth-worst team in fantasy versus D/STs.

Chargers -- Ryan Mathews, Danario Alexander, Antonio Gates: The Bengals' defense has been playing well of late, but Alexander has earned must-start status, while Mathews and Gates face a unit that still ranks in the bottom half of fantasy against running backs and tight ends.


Bengals -- Cedric Peerman, Mohamed Sanu, Andrew Hawkins, Mike Nugent: The Chargers are mostly fantasy-neutral in terms of matchups, but they rate second-best in fantasy against kickers, making the one seeming question mark a no go. Peerman is a sit against a Chargers defense quietly tied for fifth-best against the run, while Sanu should take a step back with the potential return of Hawkins (knee) stealing some targets.

Chargers -- Philip Rivers, Ronnie Brown, Malcom Floyd, Nick Novak, Chargers D/ST: The shaky play of the Chargers, coupled with the Bengals' top 10 rankings versus quarterbacks (seventh) and wide receivers (fourth), make these options too difficult to trust right now.


Steelers -- Steelers D/ST: The uncertainty of the quarterback situation and difficulty of the matchup make everything but the defense too impossible to trust at this point. Let the dust settle this week.

Ravens -- Ray Rice, Torrey Smith, Justin Tucker, Ravens D/ST: This should be another low-scoring defensive struggle, but these fantasy standouts warrant staying active in all formats.


Steelers -- Ben Roethlisberger, Charlie Batch, Jonathan Dwyer, Isaac Redman, Rashard Mendenhall, Antonio Brown, Mike Wallace, Emmanuel Sanders, Heath Miller, Shaun Suisham: This is a mess Big Ben could settle if he could come back and prove healthy and productive. But that is no sure thing at this point. Dwyer takes over as the starter, but the Steelers will use all of their backs. Wallace, Sanders and Brown, who's returning from a high-ankle sprain, can't be trusted with Batch at quarterback. Finally, Miller's season has gone downhill since Big Ben went down.

Ravens -- Joe Flacco, Bernard Pierce, Anquan Boldin, Jacoby Jones, Dennis Pitta, Ed Dickson: The Steelers' defense quietly remains the No. 1-ranked unit in the NFL. In fantasy terms, they are first (versus quarterbacks), fourth (versus running backs), first (versus wide receivers) and sixth (versus tight ends). Clearly, even without Big Ben, they are a matchup to avoid if possible.


Eagles -- Bryce Brown: Expect Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy to remain out with concussion symptoms; Brown is the only Eagle worth trusting as a fantasy starter.

Cowboys -- Tony Romo, Dez Bryant, Jason Witten, Dan Bailey, Cowboys D/ST: If DeMarco Murray (foot) and Miles Austin (hip, hamstring) are healthy, this will be a start-all game for the Cowboys. Start Murray and Austin if they play and consider the rest of these guys starts this week against the long-folded Eagles.


Eagles -- Nick Foles, Jeremy Maclin, Riley Cooper, Damaris Johnson, Jason Avant, Brent Celek, Alex Henery, Eagles D/ST: DeSean Jackson (ribs) season-ending IR designation makes your decisions here a lot easier. Maclin, Cooper and perhaps Johnson might be sleepers now, but Foles has proven to be so ineffective in favorable matchups, it's hard to start them against the Cowboys' quality corners. Dallas' defense is a lot better than it has shown and should be expected to play at its best in this one.

Cowboys -- Felix Jones, Lance Dunbar, Dwayne Harris, Cole Beasley, Kevin Ogletree: Jones is the only maybe on this list, but even if Murray is out again, you should bench Jones against an Eagles defense that is eighth-best in fantasy versus running backs and has allowed a league-low two rushing touchdowns to running backs. The replacement wide receivers might be considerations if Austin doesn't play this week.


Giants -- Eli Manning, Ahmad Bradshaw, Victor Cruz, Hakeem Nicks, Lawrence Tynes: Thankfully, Manning shook his slump and made Cruz and Nicks look potentially elite again. It comes just in time to face the second-worst team in fantasy versus quarterbacks and the worst team versus wide receivers. Bradshaw looked spry with rest a week ago, too, and Andre Brown's (leg) loss for the season makes Bradshaw the full-time goal-line back again. This will wind up a shootout late.

Redskins -- Robert Griffin III, Alfred Morris, Pierre Garcon: RGIII has posted the two best games of his brief career back-to-back, but outside of his running back and Garcon, it's hard to know which other receiver to trust. Someone is going to find the end zone among Santana Moss, Aldrick Robinson and Leonard Hankerson, but playing any one of them is also risking taking a zero, too.


Giants -- David Wilson, Rueben Randle, Domenik Hixon, Ramses Barden, Martellus Bennett, Travis Beckum, Giants D/ST: Wilson will be intriguing backing up the always-banged-up Bradshaw, but Washington is top 10 in fantasy against running backs. Stash Wilson; don't start him. One of these wide receivers will also surprise against the worst team in fantasy versus wide receivers, but like the Redskins corps, it's impossible to know which one. If you need a sleeper, Randle is the best bet recently. As for the Giants' tight end situation, Bennett hasn't been fantasy-worthy for weeks and the targets figure to continually go more to Beckum now that he's off the PUP list.

Redskins -- Logan Paulsen, Kai Forbath, Redskins D/ST: With a shootout expected, don't touch the defense. These other two might be options, but they don't rate among starters at their position going in.

If you play in those weekly salary-cap games, here is a suggested way to set your lineup this week:

Quarterback -- Eli Manning and Matthew Stafford (Peyton Manning if you go top shelf)Running back -- Mike Leshoure or Arian Foster (if you go top shelf)Running back -- Jamaal CharlesWide receiver -- Demaryius Thomas or Eric DeckerWide receiver -- Andre Johnson or Ryan BroylesTight end -- Jason Witten or Antonio Gates or Jermichael FinleyFlex -- Any of the above remaining, including Justin Blackmon or Cecil ShortsKicker -- Dan Bailey or David AkersD/ST -- San Francisco 49ers, Houston Texans or Dallas Cowboys

You have a better lineup? Challenge me with it on Twitter @EricMackFantasy.

Eric Mack writes fantasy for Track his weekly starts and sits every Thursday, his last-minute Cheat Sheet on Sunday mornings and his Fantasy Fast Forward on Sunday nights. You find also him on Twitter, where you can mock him, rip him and (doubtful) praise him before asking him for fantasy advice or challenging him to a head-to-head fantasy game @EricMackFantasy. He reads all the messages there (guaranteed) and takes them very, very personally (not really).


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