thetruth new rankings
1.pj all day 6-1- this team is so deep its not even funny. when players like moss and thomas have bad weeks. you have guys like miles austin, fitzpatrick to come through.
2.kacey 5-2 he has won three in the row.
3.bu huskies- 5-2 still a threat come playoff time
4..gatorheels 4-3-even though his team lost. i still feel like he has the best team in the afc.
5.thetruth 4-3 he was missing two key players, plus fitz, miller and knox didnt really come through. but he still manage to score 115.44 on the best team in the league this team should really be 5-2 .
6.eagles4-3- dont under estimate this team. they can put on a show on any giving sunday
7.birdzilla 4-3- this team could be a top four team if it had reliable rbs and a upgrade at wr. his qbs are the only thing that keeps him going.
8.turtles3-4 -the same can be said with him. only if he a upgrade at rb. he would be rolling like a school bus
9.qhaynes 3-4- still a good team. just needs to get few upgrades at rb and get a new second qb now that hill has lost his job
10.lemons 2-5 hes been active, plus his team has look good for the last two weeks. still needs alot of work and very doubtful for the playoffs
11.r-dot 2-5-hes active but his team just cant seem to get it right. if i was him i would put everyone on the trading block and hope to improve the team. this team needs to get on the ball .
12-lion pack 0-7 this what happens when your not active. not only does he play a piss off team in thetruth next week , but he will be without several players all on a bye week.
i dont think my recievers are too bad Ward laid asn egg ut he was leading the league in reciving and its just one game hes defietly a top 10 reciver. and Sidney rice is climbing the ranks hes had two consecutive 100 yards recieving yard games and is becoming a very reliable second option maybe even a bad number one ill admit my third reciever is shay but my main concern is my tight ends and running backs.
Much Like Washington guard Brad Beal, Shabazz is going to be a fairly safe pick. He may not have franchise star potential, but he could be very good if paired with the right star.
Once upon a time, Tracy McGrady was considered to be one of the best players in the NBA. The seven-time All-Star and two-time scoring champion seemed destined to be mentioned in the same breath as Michael Jordan, Dominique Wilkins and Kobe Bryant, some of the most electrifying scorers in the history of the NBA, but he never quite lived up to that billing.
“(John) is more of a two/one than a one/two,” Casey said. “He is one of our best three-point shooters. He is one of those guys who knows how to play. He has been through the wars. I think he is going to be a pleasant surprise. I know John is going to make a case for himself and it is going to be hard to keep him off of the court.”\909090089
A couple of years ago at the McDonald’s All-American game, media went nuts over the four top-25 recruits that the University of Kentucky had compiled for the 2011-12 season. That group, which featured Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Marquis Teague, obviously went on to win the championship and helped make it fashionable for other top recruits like Nerlens Noel to find their way to Lexington for this basketball season. It turns out, that was only the start of what looks like a pretty impressive recruiting run for UK.