Irresistible force, meet immovable object.
Orton's weekly clip of nearly 44 attempts and 354 yards is showing no signs of letting up, especially given running back
This game will affect the fantasy landscape for the rest of the season. If the Broncos can throw on the Ravens, they can do it against anyone. But if the Ravens shut it down, it might be the first chink in the Denver offense's armor.
The best plan of attack for fantasy owners might be to sit Orton, but play your Denver receivers.
Even in the worst case scenario of a blowout,
Either way, Sunday allows Denver a chance to show the league and the fantasy world just how legit Orton and the Broncos are.
Here are my top four picks for fantasy goodness and bottom four games of this weekend.
True, Moss gives
While I'm "meh" about the Vikings outlook, I think it hurts the Patriots' stock considerably.
On the lower end of the transaction ticker this week, I like the
Call it venting or just a teed-off clarion call for certain players to wake up. With 16 weeks pretty much the universal standard fantasy season, we're one quarter of the way through 2010, and there's plenty of highly drafted question marks sucking the life out of starting lineups, or worse yet, gathering digital dust on the bench. Here is my baker's dozen of dart board targets so far: