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Gastineau Lives last won the day on April 16 2014

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  1. Mark Andrews (knee) is active for Week 15 against the Jets. Andrews has made a quick turnaround after he could not finish Sunday's win over the Bills. It's great news for fantasy owners, though the concern for the semifinals is that Andrews will be needed for few snaps/routes against a pathetic Jets squad. A top-eight option, Andrews is even more boom/bust than usual. Inactive for the Ravens are QB Trace McSorley, WR Jaleel Scott, OL Ben Powers, LT Ronnie Stanley, ILB Chris Board, DT Justin Ellis amd CB Anthony Averett. This dick
  2. I wish there was a downvote stronger than a buttfumble, something like you having sex.
  3. No, ape. Every other blurb can then call an opposing defense pathetic, which would be silly.
  4. They're all relative to each other in that the Jets are no more pathetic than the 14 teams that are below them and a few above them, so singling them out for particular criticism is absurd.
  5. Then half the defenses in the league are pathetic which is logically impossible.
  6. Mark Andrews (knee) returned to Ravens practice on Tuesday. It was just a walk-through, but it's a great sign after Andrews departed Sunday's game early and was absent from Monday's session. Considering the amount of health issues he's had this year, it's still possible the Ravens opt to play it safe and hold Andrews out on the short week against the pathetic Jets. If he does suit up, he will be a mid-range TE1 with a snap count a possibility. SOURCE: Jeff Zrebiec on Twitter Lamar Jackson (quad) has confirmed he will start Thursday's game against the Jets. Jackson got in a limited practice on Tuesday and is good to go. He revealed he was injured on a low hit in the process of delivering his 61-yard touchdown strike to Hayden Hurst on Sunday. Even with the health scare, Jackson safely checks in as Week 15's No. 1 quarterback against the Jets' pathetic defense. SOURCE: Jeff Zrebiec on Twitter
  7. This says alot. Only question is are you neutral or anti? You are a negative to the site, beyond a doubt.
  8. If this turns out like any of your other predictions, we're in good shape.
  9. You and CJ look great! Meeting you that day was really nice. You guys were great. Not sure if I ever thanked you properly. So happy for you.
  10. Lol yeah he's a whole 4 percentage points better with professional receivers, oline, a team that is actually good in comparison to other teams they play against. He's not expected to be the offense. Your point is silly.

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