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My favorite thing about this thread is that it's the worst in the forum, it's so bad I actually like it, and even respect it in a sick way. It's a hideously diseased monstrosity out of the late night

Just read that Powell only has one testicle, but it's huge. Starting him with confidence.

The level of delusion in this thread is astonishing

after seeing Williams out cold I snagged powell thinking he might be a nice filler against buffalo if Williams had to sit.....their O line is brutal, their schedule is not particularly nice, but how much talent does this kid have,any chance he busts out now or is it RBBC time?

Powell touched the ball almost 50 times in college. We have a potential stud on our hands,

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after seeing Williams out cold I snagged powell thinking he might be a nice filler against buffalo if Williams had to sit.....their O line is brutal, their schedule is not particularly nice, but how much talent does this kid have,any chance he busts out now or is it RBBC time?

Powell touched the ball almost 50 times in college. We have a potential stud on our hands,

PER GAME?!?!?! or lifetime LOL
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after seeing Williams out cold I snagged powell thinking he might be a nice filler against buffalo if Williams had to sit.....their O line is brutal, their schedule is not particularly nice, but how much talent does this kid have,any chance he busts out now or is it RBBC time?

Powell touched the ball almost 50 times in college. We have a potential stud on our hands,

PER GAME?!?!?! or lifetime LOL

23 career carries in college. He's so mysterious!

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No RB on this team has been useful thus far, and I expect this trend to continue. The line is garbage, Kolb gets hit about 25 times a game and is never upright. Maybe bye week filler, but this guys not gonna start crushing it or anything

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Fantasy football players are like whores. The minute fresh meat rolls up, no matter how bad it is, everyone wants to jump on it.

That's how you hit guys like Cruz last year or Austin the year before....sure it could be a fluke and good chance it is a fluke....but every once in a while that guy sticks around for a beastly season, and if you get him your sitting much prettier with a 12th waiver spot, than the #1 waiver spot with bad players

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Mike Jurecki of XTRA Sports in Phoenix expects La'Rod Stephens-Howling to be the Cardinals' starting tailback until Beanie Wells returns from his turf toe injury late in the season.

Wells was placed on I.R., but with the "designated for return" classification and is eligible to return no sooner than Week 12. We anticipate Arizona's backfield -- behind a putrid run-blocking line -- to struggle mightily for consistent rushing yards. Return-yardage leaguers and PPR owners may prefer Stephens-Howling, although William Powell is probably the favorite for carries. Alfonso Smith is another candidate. We won't have much clarity before we see the actual touch and snap distribution on the field in a game.

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Lets not forget about this...

Cardinals RB William Powell suffered a head injury in the second half of Thursday night's loss to the Rams and didn't return.

Details of the injury were not available until today, and it appears Powell may have encountered a concussion. He has been the Cardinals' primary back in the no-huddle offense. Alfonso Smith replaced Powell against St. Louis. Powell now has ten days to get cleared before the Bills in Week 6. Oct 5 - 3:05 PM

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The offensive line is definitely a problem but I still think that with the amount of talent Powell has, it'll balances it out. A lot of people want to trade for Powell in my league -- I might even turn down Ray Rice/Foster at this point. His potential is too great.

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The offensive line is definitely a problem but I still think that with the amount of talent Powell has, it'll balances it out. A lot of people want to trade for Powell in my league -- I might even turn down Ray Rice/Foster at this point. His potential is too great.

There is a definate, possibility of there being a chance that i may or may not know what it is that i am not possibly trying to get across at any not given time, at the chance of you understanding in the slightest that there is a slightly less than nothing chance that there is any chance at all of this making any sence at all.

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