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User Comments for Week 18 DEF Rankings

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I can't believe you guys actually think these defensive rankings are viable. Do you guys watch these teams at all? Seattle should be first, followed by Cincinnati. I bet both get over 10 fantasy points this weekend. As for the rest, it will be a toss-up which gets burnt the most. Minny and GB will probably do worse than the others due to their playing each other for the 3rd time in the last month. I think Wilson will be able to take advantage of the Washington D, and I think Indy will do better than Baltimore in that game. Houston will be in this group of losers as well. Just my humble opinion.

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JUNGLE_KAT_60 01/04/13 08:55 PM
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Our defense projections are only for fumble recoveries, interceptions, sacks, safeties and TDs (punts, kickoffs, fumble recoveries, interceptions). We do not take into account points or yards allowed.

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FFToolbox 01/05/13 02:11 PM
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