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BFFL Week 6 Projections

Quarterbacks

Pos Player Team Opponent Last Week Projection Comments................................
QB Pablo Sanchez Melonheads vs. Patriots 17 41 Oh boy, here we go. The Patriots are coming to town and that means it's blowout season! Pablo could reasonably join the 50-point club in this game.
QB Debby Nagasawa Cowboys @ Browns 36 35 Debby has been a stud. In her worst game so far this season, she scored 28 points, which is the best 'worst' game out of anyone (if that makes sense). No question about her dominance, keep her going.
QB Brett Favre 49ers vs. Bears 7 32 The most impressive part about the 49ers' 5-0 start is the fact that Brett Favre hasn't been playing that well. I think he might finally get his breakout game of the season against a weak Bears defense.
QB Holly Franklin Giants @ Titans 17 29 After two disappointing weeks to start the year, Holly has found her niche. It could all culminate with a juicy matchup against the Titans. This could be Holly's chance to shine.
QB Rich Gannon Packers @ Monsters 13 27 After 50 points in the first two games, Rich has only 26 points since. However, the Monsters towards the bottom of the league in yards allowed and just allowed 31 points to the opposing QB. Rich could get richer.
QB Steve McNair Raiders vs. Ponies 42 27 Steve's worst game this season is 23 points, which is pretty dang good. No matter what defense is thrown his way, he'll respond. Keep him in your lineup.
QB Chuck Downfield Texans vs. Colts 20 25 Ah, yes. The matchup Chuck has been waiting for. The Colts have the worst pass defense in the league and all the Texans do is pass. If Chuck can limit the interceptions, he could do some big damage.
QB Amy Bostwick Vikings @ Rams 24 25 You know the drill. You have Amy, you start her. End of story.
QB Lulu Legosi Jets @ Chargers 31 22 Lulu was great last week, mostly because of her running ability. The Chargers are middle of the pack in both passing and rushing, so Lulu should have a more balanced game.
QB Sharon Crowe Ponies @ Raiders 7 22 Sharon couldn't get much going last week, but she's always been and up and down player. This week could be an up, as the Raiders are known to engage in high-scoring battles.
QB Judy Abwunza Eagles @ Armadillos 14 21 Judy had a down game last week, and the Eagles couldn't come away with the win. They've got another tough opponent on deck, and Judy will need to ball out if they want to win.
QB Drew Bledsoe Chargers vs. Jets 21 20 Perhaps I denounced Drew too soon. After 16 points in the first 3 games, Drew has rebounded with games of 22 and 21. He's starting to regain his form. The Jets pose a bit of a challenge, but I think Drew is hot right now.
QB David Wilco Falcons vs. Wombats 28 20 The Wombats defense gives up a lot of yards, and most of those are from rushing. David might record more rushing than usual, which racks up stats more quickly than passing.
QB Betty Houstan Monsters vs. Packers 16 20 Betty has been a decent fantasy quarterback despite her lack of rushing attempts. She's fourth in the league in passing yards and has 12/2 TD/INTs. She's been excellent and should keep it going against the Packers.
QB Debra Hannigan Steelers vs. Hornets 23 19 Debra looks like she had a good game last week, but it was mostly rushing yardage; the Steelers still lost 27-6. Debra keeps faltering against bad teams. She needs to not hold back.
QB Sally Dobbs Armadillos vs. Eagles 31 16 Sally spent all afternoon tearing up the Texans' defense, but the Eagles won't be as easy. Sally has been good but has limited potential here.
QB Matt Monday Wombats @ Falcons 11 16 After 5 weeks, would you believe that Matt Monday is leading the league in passing touchdowns? I couldn't either. But the Falcons could allow Matt to lengthen that lead.
QB Ben None Colts @ Texans 36 15 Ben None is the top fantasy scorer after 5 weeks with an even 200 fantasy points. However, the Texans are notorious for stopping the run and will force Ben to pass. I think this severely limits his chances for another huge game.
QB Zena Fromme Bears @ 49ers 32 14 If only you could rollover points. I don't think Zena will be able to find the passing success she had last week against a nasty 49ers team. Don't count on the Bears being the first team to topple them.
QB Thor Thwackhammer Rams vs. Vikings 22 14 Thor enjoyed facing the Patriots and put up the fantasy numbers he was expected to put up. This week, the Vikings will be a tougher test, but not a total disaster for Thor.
QB Bert Nicholson Browns vs. Cowboys 5 8 Bert scored 53 points in Week 1 and only has 39 points in four games since then. He's been downright disgusting. It's not going to get better this week.
QB Stuart Sullivan Hornets @ Steelers 9 7 After starting the year off with a bang, Stuart has now put up single digits in each of the last two games. The Steelers have been pretty bipolar lately, but if the good Steelers decide to show up, Stuart will stay in single digits again.
QB Dan Doorknob Patriots @ Melonheads 0 6 Dan is the most frustrating fantasy QB to own. He has two games of 30+ and two games of 0! Which version of Dan will we get this week? With a hungry Melonheads team on the other side of the ball, I'm guessing it'll be closer to 0.
QB Andy Gibbons Titans vs. Giants 6 0 I think Andy has feet where his hands should be or something. There is no excuse as to why he is this bad of a quarterback.

Running Backs, Wide Receivers, and Tight Ends

Pos Player Team Opponent Last Week Projection Comments...............................
RB/WR Florence Jackson Giants @ Titans 23 34 After four points in two games, FloJack has 94 in her last three. She might double that after this game...okay not really. But she's bound to go off against this meager squad.
WR Vicki Kawaguchi Chargers vs. Jets 34 33 Now that the Chargers offense looks competent, Vicki is even more dangerous than she already was. Keep her in your lineup!
RB/WR Stephanie Morgan Raiders vs. Ponies 27 29 Stephanie rebounded nicely after her Week 4 dud. She's clearly the favorite target and will get most of the passes thrown her way.
RB/WR Belinda Winters Vikings @ Rams 21 27 Belinda was great last week as the Vikings were actually forced to throw the ball. And wouldn't you know it, they won the game too! I think they'll stick with that game plan this weekend.
RB/WR Victor Jones 49ers vs. Bears 6 26 Victor hasn't quite lived up to his potential as the best WR in the league, but he's been pretty good. I think the 49ers will have a good game against the Bears this week, Victor included.
WR Lance Lundergaard Ponies @ Raiders 7 26 Lance's numbers have been falling off a cliff lately. He needs to return to his former self, which I think he has a chance to do against the Raiders' weak pass defense.
RB/WR Frankie McDoogle Jets @ Chargers 3 25 Frankie only mustered up 3 fantasy points and no receptions last week. I think he'll bounce back nicely, as the Chargers aren't that big of a threat defensively.
RB/WR Knuckles McGhee Cowboys @ Browns 6 24 Knuckles surprisingly struggled last week, but the Cowboys still rolled. This time around, he should easily dismember the Browns.
WR Reese Worthington Eagles @ Armadillos 16 24 Reese is still on top of the WR world, and for good reason: he's a beast! The Eagles depend on him and so does your fantasy lineup.Q
WR Maria Luna Falcons vs. Wombats 37 21 Maria is a stud and there's no reason to believe that won't continue against a so-so Wombats defense.
WR Rainbow Callahan Melonheads vs. Patriots 20 21 Rainbow has been a consistent producer for the Melonheads, and she' in line for a lot of action as the Melonheads are sure to destroy the Patriots.
WR Evan Lindstrom Monsters vs. Packers 12 20 If it weren't for that unexpected zero in Week 3, Evan might be the leading receiver in the league. As it stands, Evan is the man among Monsters. He's a good play here.
WR Mindy Weaver Steelers vs. Hornets 5 19 Mindy has had three straight duds, what is going on!? I think this is the week she brings it back, because the Hornets have an awful pass defense.
WR Cade McNown Giants @ Titans 11 18 The Titans will give up points to just about anybody. I think Cade McNown will have his best game in quite some time.
WR Jorge Garcia Texans vs. Colts 14 18 Jorge is not going to go off very often, but against this weak secondary, he should be able to get his fair share.
WR Georgette Washington Wombats @ Falcons 28 18 Georgette has dropped 20+ in every game except one. She's been a stud for the Wombats and your fantasy team.
RB/WR Yasmin Kristov Steelers vs. Hornets 10 17 Yasmin has been consistent, scoring double digits every game. She should keep it going because Debra loves to throw to her.
WR Dwight Frye Cowboys @ Browns 15 17 Dwight picked up Knuckles' slack last game, but in this matchup against the Browns, everybody will be firing on all cylinders.
WR Patsy Clinehurst Ponies @ Raiders 17 17 Patsy has really burst onto the scene the last few weeks, and I think she's shown that she's the real deal. The last test is showing us that Lance and Patsy can co-exist in the same offense.
RB Horace Young Colts @ Texans 2 16 Horace Young is getting the start against the Texans which means he could run wild! He's a nice stream if you need a RB.
WR Baloney Maloney Bears @ 49ers 28 16 Baloney was fantastic last week, but the Bears offense should take a hit as they face a tough opponent. Baloney is probably still start-worthy, but don't expect an outburst.
WR Neal Smith Colts @ Texans 15 16 Neal Smith is the main target and will finally get a lot of looks now that the Texans will shut down the Colts run game. He'll get several points just based on the volume of receptions.
WR Kenny Kawaguchi Melonheads vs. Patriots 6 16 After totaling 36 fantasy points Week 1, Kenny only has 21 points since (including two shutout games). However, with the Patriots on the horizon, everybody on the Melonheads is sure to see some action. I like Kenny in this one.
WR Nutzy Nussbaum Rams vs. Vikings 19 16 Picking which Rams receiver will do better is like predicting Bitcoin prices. I think both of them might do okay, but who knows.
WR Terrell Davis Rams vs. Vikings 16 16 Picking which Rams receiver will do better is like predicting Bitcoin prices. I think both of them might do okay, but who knows.
RB/WR Armon Hammerstein Armadillos vs. Eagles 42 15 Armon had the game of a lifetime last week. However, the Eagles have the speed to keep him in check, unlike the Texans.
WR Omar Stephano Hornets @ Steelers 5 15 Remember when Omar was the top WR in the league? Yeah, now Stuart can barely throw him the ball. Omar is useful since he's the most likely player to get a touchdown, but the Steelers might prevent everyone from scoring.
RB/TE Tony Delvecchio Cowboys @ Browns 18 14 Tony has been creeping up the ranks of fantasy tight ends. I think a soft matchup against the Browns is another one that he and the Cowboys will exploit.
WR Susie Townshend Wombats @ Falcons 7 14 Susie has had her ups and downs, but she's one of the best second receivers in the league. She's always worth a look, especially if Matt Monday continues to lead the league in touchdown passes.
WR Tiffany Bosworth Eagles @ Armadillos 14 13 Tiffany is clearly behind Reese in terms of production, but she's no slouch. Despite scoring less than Reese every week, she's scored double digits 3 times.
RB/TE Mohammed Springsteen Melonheads vs. Patriots 10 12 Mo has surprised us as a good tight end this season. He could reach the end zone again as the Patriots will hand out touchdowns like free samples.
TE Marky Dubois Texans vs. Colts 19 12 Marky is the man and he has finally regained his position as the top tight end. Keep him in your lineup.
WR Pinky Purton Bears @ 49ers 10 11 Pinky has put up at least 9 points each game, but her highest output is only 18. She's very consistent but will never carry your team to victory single-handedly.
WR Lola Linkletter Vikings @ Rams 7 10 Lola hasn't quite replicated her 37 point outburst from Week 2, but she's been decent here and there. Her worth is mostly dependent on touchdowns.
RB/WR Jimmy Rockfish Packers @ Monsters 14 10 Neither of the Packers' receivers have been very consistent this season, and the Monsters just held Frankie McDoogle to three points, so this concerns me a little.
RB/WR Mikey Thomas Texans vs. Colts 11 10 Fun fact: Mikey is the only person in the league who has passing, rushing, and receiving yardage!
TE Kimmy Eckman Texans vs. Colts 2 10 Kimmy was only able to catch a single pass last week, but the fact that she never gets a zero is reason enough to keep her as your tight end.
WR Cullen Sullivan 49ers vs. Bears 0 10 Cullen has been awful this season. If there was ever a time for him to show up, it would be against a weak defense like the Bears. But proceed with caution.
WR Stinky Steiner Chargers vs. Jets 8 10 Stinky has yet to hit double digits, mostly because he has yet to score a touchdown. Will this be the week he breaks the seal?
WR Austin Carpenter Packers @ Monsters 13 10 Neither of the Packers' receivers have been very consistent this season, and the Monsters just held Frankie McDoogle to three points, so this concerns me a little.
WR Amir Khan Raiders vs. Ponies 3 10 What happened? After 70 points in the first three games, Amir has 3 points in the last two games. Maybe opposing defenses have figured out who to stop.
WR Ronny Dobbs Texans vs. Colts 0 10 Ronny was held without a catch last week, which will happen from time to time against a tough opponent. However, the Colts give up a lot of passing yards, so everybody might get a chance to perform this weekend.
RB Winky Wojohowitz Rams vs. Vikings 0 9
RB/TE Travis Diamond Monsters vs. Packers 4 9 Travis had a down week after a few good performances. He's pretty boom or bust, and therefore hard to predict.
TE Needle Haystack Bears @ 49ers 15 9 Needle has finally proven why he's a valuable tight end. Unfortunately, he's about to run into a tough opponent. His success will be dependent upon a red zone touchdown.
TE Jevon Kearse Chargers vs. Jets 14 9 Jevon, like the entire Chargers offense, is starting to find his groove. He's becoming more and more dependable as a fantasy tight end.
TE Junior Seau Ponies @ Raiders 4 9 Junior has had one big game this season, and just little pieces of yardage here and there. Against the Raiders, there are lots of receiving yards to be had, and Junior could get some of them.
RB Greg Bonnell Falcons vs. Wombats 4 8 With Greg Bonnell being a new rusher in the Falcons backfield and the Wombats having a bad run defense, it's all adding up to a potentially big day for Greg.
RB Karen Donato Patriots @ Melonheads 0 8 Karen might get some more action in this game if the Melonheads stop the pass early.
TE Craig David Falcons vs. Wombats 11 8 Craig has been a surprise player out of the tight end position the last few weeks. The David (Wilco) to (Craig) David connection is a good one.
WR Nate Kowalski Browns vs. Cowboys 10 8 Unfortunately for Nate, Bert Nicholson has been playing horribly and can't get him the ball enough times. I would wait for a weaker opponent before starting Nate again.
WR Angela Delvecchio Texans vs. Colts 13 8 Angela had her best game of the season last week, and has another chance to reach double digits depending on who the Texans decide to give their touchdowns to.
RB/TE Dmitri Petrovich Eagles @ Armadillos 0 7 Dmitri put up a goose egg last game but he could see a red zone target this week. Might be a time to gamble if you have no other tight ends.
TE Oliver Ramierez 49ers vs. Bears 0 7 Oliver has been all but nonexistent so far. Maybe if the 49ers got him more involved, their offense would work better.
TE Tom Getz Hornets @ Steelers 11 7 If the Hornets get the ball to Tom a little more, they might have more chances to win.
TE Leah Wayne Packers @ Monsters 3 7 If Leah Wayne was as good at football as she was at baseball, you'd win every fantasy game.
WR Liz Levin Monsters vs. Packers 16 7 I'm pretty surprised that Liz has reached double digits three times this season, although she hasn't reached 20. I'm expecting some regression eventually. It may be a game where every pass goes to Evan.
RB Marcus Weiss Giants @ Titans 0 6 Marcus could see some opportunities in the backfield in this game.
RB/TE June O'Shea Giants @ Titans 3 6 The Giants have their most favorable matchup of the year, so is this the week June finally does something?
RB/TE Ricky Williams Jets @ Chargers 13 6 The Dreadlocked Wonder finally had a good game last week, reaching the end zone. Let's hope we don't have to wait 5 weeks until the next one.
TE Jocinda Smith Rams vs. Vikings 0 6 After I heralded Jocinda as one of the top tight ends, she put up two straight zeros. Oops. I think she's gonna find herself some stats this week after a little hiatus, because the Rams need her.
WR Nickie Noodleson Armadillos vs. Eagles 5 6 Nickie had two good games but came back down to single digits. I don't think the Eagles are the opponent that will give up too many points either.
WR Amanda Craven Colts @ Texans 2 6 Amanda might not make a difference against the Texans if Ben has Neal and Horace to throw to.
WR Annie Frazier Jets @ Chargers 0 6 Uh oh, is Annie hitting her weeks-long slump like she did last season? Might be time to dump her and find somebody riding a hot streak.
RB/TE Rose Watson Steelers vs. Hornets 4 5 Rose is still well behind the other two girls on the Steelers in terms of receiving.
WR Hank Wilson Hornets @ Steelers 1 5 If touchdowns were scored with your feet, Hank might be the best in the league! But as it stand, Hank's hands aren't quite as reliable.
WR Kim Esposito Patriots @ Melonheads 4 5 Kim was unable to do much of anything last week, as was much of the Patriots team. This week could be even uglier against a tougher opponent.
RB/TE Brace-Face Brixton Wombats @ Falcons 1 4
TE Olive Hussein Armadillos vs. Eagles 0 4 Olive is too valuable of a blocker for the Armadillos (or at least, that's an explanation we can go with).
TE Karla Karloff Raiders vs. Ponies 15 4 Karla now has two games of 15 points, and 1 point in the other three games combined. Basically flip a coin with her. We got tails, that means a 0.
WR George Coleman Browns vs. Cowboys 3 4 Things aren't very fun in Brown Town. Especially when you're the second receiver on a team that can't pass the ball.
RB Kiesha Phillips Armadillos vs. Eagles 12 3 Kiesha is back to limited usage this week.
RB James Zorn Bears @ 49ers 3 3
RB George Anderson Browns vs. Cowboys 1 3
RB Andres Isben Eagles @ Armadillos 3 3 Andres has been getting a few looks each week but he's too inconsistent.
RB Hans R. Dirtywashum Titans vs. Giants 0 3 Honestly, the Titans should put Hans at QB instead of Andy. But I can't make decisions for the computer.
WR Petunia Young Falcons vs. Wombats 4 3 Petunia is still not seeing the type of volume you want from a second receiver. Maria is just too good; she's hogging all the yardage.
WR Nellie O'Neal Patriots @ Melonheads 1 3 Nellie is just too slow to find any open field against fast teams like the Melonheads.
WR Ernie Steele Titans vs. Giants 1 3 If I was Ernie, I would demand a trade. He's one of the best receivers in the league, long and lanky, with incredible hands. But the pure incompetence of this dipstick of a quarterback can't even stay upright long enough to throw the ball in his general direction. We could replace Andy Gibbons with a seesaw and just jump on the other end, sending the football flying like a makeshift catapult, and that would be a better way to get the ball to Ernie than what the Titans are doing now. Anyway, bench Ernie this week.
WR Pickles Peterson Titans vs. Giants 13 3 Pickles actually played decent last week and caught a touchdown, a flash in the pan for this fallen former BFFL star.
RB Tina Herrara 49ers vs. Bears 2 2
RB PJ Shareef Packers @ Monsters 2 2
TE Fred Sanders Browns vs. Cowboys 0 2 The Browns need Fred to block, not catch. In fact, they could probably use three Freds.
TE Judy Place Patriots @ Melonheads 0 2 Judy's place is on the free agent waiver wire.
TE J.J. Shetland Vikings @ Rams 3 2 J.J. has two more J's in his name than he has reasons to be in your starting lineup.
WR Cisco Kidd Bears @ 49ers 2 2
WR Spanky Simpson Giants @ Titans 1 2
WR Renee Matthews Jets @ Chargers 0 2
RB Jay Green 49ers vs. Bears 0 1
RB Chico Pappas Melonheads vs. Patriots 2 1
RB/TE Carlos Ocampo Titans vs. Giants 1 1 The Titans need Carlos to block, and he's not even doing that.
WR Jane Davis Chargers vs. Jets 0 1
WR Daisy Dewchester Monsters vs. Packers 5 1
WR Isaac Drummond Packers @ Monsters 5 1
WR Cory Barker Wombats @ Falcons 0 1
RB Bridget Oofar Armadillos vs. Eagles 0 0
RB Chucky Flinder Bears @ 49ers 0 0
RB Mark Epstein Browns vs. Cowboys 0 0
RB Jenny Strauss Chargers vs. Jets 0 0
RB Star Moonbeam Chargers vs. Jets 0 0
RB Mikey Tice Colts @ Texans 0 0
RB Cynthia Miller Cowboys @ Browns 0 0
RB Wing Kwan Cowboys @ Browns 0 0
RB Luanne Lui Eagles @ Armadillos 0 0
RB Whitney Singh Falcons vs. Wombats 0 0
RB Daphne Farrington Giants @ Titans 0 0
RB Ben Olds Hornets @ Steelers 0 0
RB Nestor Carpenter Hornets @ Steelers 0 0
RB Bill Larsen Jets @ Chargers 0 0
RB Esther French Jets @ Chargers 0 0
RB Eric Lebeaux Melonheads vs. Patriots 0 0
RB Cathy Benitez Monsters vs. Packers 0 0
RB Olivia Harris Monsters vs. Packers 0 0
RB Clarice Reid Packers @ Monsters 0 0
RB Wanda Hudson Patriots @ Melonheads 0 0
RB Georgia Doyle Ponies @ Raiders 0 0
RB Kate Schwartz Ponies @ Raiders 1 0
RB Dolores Lucio Raiders vs. Ponies 0 0
RB Fred Benson Raiders vs. Ponies 0 0
RB Jay Canasta Rams vs. Vikings 0 0
RB Ray Tran Steelers vs. Hornets 0 0
RB Wendy Harmon Steelers vs. Hornets 0 0
RB Stan Olafson Titans vs. Giants 0 0
RB Dante Robinson Vikings @ Rams 0 0
RB Pete Montoya Vikings @ Rams 10 0
RB Marcie Mallow Wombats @ Falcons 0 0
RB Shermie Shannon Wombats @ Falcons 0 0
TE Lisa Crocket Colts @ Texans 3 0 Lisa will be relegated to blocking duties against the Texans.
WR Sugar Stone 49ers vs. Bears 0 0
WR Ricky Johnson Armadillos vs. Eagles 0 0
WR Julio Henderson Browns vs. Cowboys 1 0
WR Joshua Marriott Colts @ Texans 2 0
WR Mickey O'Connor Cowboys @ Browns 0 0
WR Gretchen Hasselhoff Eagles @ Armadillos 0 0
WR Mike Schwartz Falcons vs. Wombats 2 0
WR Crazy-Legs Calonzo Hornets @ Steelers 0 0
WR Ashley Webber Melonheads vs. Patriots 0 0
WR Nancy Martin Patriots @ Melonheads 0 0
WR Pete Wheeler Ponies @ Raiders 0 0
WR King Kirby Raiders vs. Ponies 1 0
WR Charlotte Allen Rams vs. Vikings 0 0
WR Paul Applebaum Steelers vs. Hornets 0 0
WR Johnny Omar Titans vs. Giants 0 0
WR Lorrie Peters Vikings @ Rams 0 0

Defenses

Pos Player Team Opponent Last Week Projection Comments..............................
DEF 49ers Defense 49ers vs. Bears 19 19 The 49ers have been amazing this season on their way to a 5-0 record. They should be able to sack Zena Fromme all game long and extend that to 6-0.
DEF Cowboys Defense Cowboys @ Browns 9 18 The Cowboys defense slightly disappointed last week but a matchup against the Browns looks very promising.
DEF Giants Defense Giants @ Titans 17 18 The Giants defense had their best game yet against a pretty good offense. This week they get possibly the worst offense in the league. The G-Men could even improve upon last week's performance. They're a good streamer pick.
DEF Raiders Defense Raiders vs. Ponies 24 18 The Raiders were phenomenal last week, putting up 24 fantasy points. They could threaten a 20-pointer again, since Sharon Crowe gets sacked a lot.
DEF Vikings Defense Vikings @ Rams 9 18 The Vikings played below their standards last week, but they have a favorable matchup here. They should be one of the top defensive options this week.
DEF Jets Defense Jets @ Chargers 20 17 The Jets defense was outstanding last week, and could be line for even more greatness this week. Drew Bledsoe has been improving, but he's still sacked a lot.
DEF Melonheads Defense Melonheads vs. Patriots 10 16 Every defense circles their game against the Patriots on the schedule because they know they're gonna have a good day. The Melonheads are no different.
DEF Packers Defense Packers @ Monsters 10 16 The Packers just lost a game that they should have won, and they'll probably come out swinging to avenge it. I think their defense will bounce back this week against the Monsters.
DEF Colts Defense Colts @ Texans 11 15 The Colts get to face Chuck and the turnovers Texans this week, which could result in good things!
DEF Falcons Defense Falcons vs. Wombats 9 15 The Falcons defense isn't one of the most revered in the league, but they have a good matchup here against the Wombats. They could play beyond their means this week.
DEF Monsters Defense Monsters vs. Packers 14 15 The Monsters defense has been slightly improving each week, and had a season high 14 in their last game. Will they continue the trend this week?
DEF Bears Defense Bears @ 49ers 17 12 The Bears defense has been looking better every game. While they may give up a lot of points, the sacks and takeaways are the only things that count in fantasy.
DEF Steelers Defense Steelers vs. Hornets 1 12 Last week the Steelers forgot how to tackle and put up a league-wide season low of 1 point. They seem to choke against lesser opponents. Hopefully they’ve learned their lesson and can put the Hornets in their place.
DEF Eagles Defense Eagles @ Armadillos 6 11 The Eagles defense was overwhelmed last week by Amy Bostwick and the Vikings. This week they could be line for a few more sacks with Sally Dobbs in the pocket.
DEF Wombats Defense Wombats @ Falcons 6 11 The Wombats defense has been pretty meh this season. They haven't shown anything to convince me to start them.
DEF Ponies Defense Ponies @ Raiders 16 10 The Ponies lost a heartbreaker last week, and it was not the defense's fault. They've been pretty solid. But Steve McNair and co. have been known to torture opposing defenses.
DEF Rams Defense Rams vs. Vikings 19 10 The Rams thoroughly dispatched the Patriots last week, but the Vikings are a whole 'nother beast. It won't be another shutout, that's for sure.
DEF Texans Defense Texans vs. Colts 19 10 The Texans were able to terrorize Sally Dobbs and even score a defensive touchdown. But this week, Ben None will be too fast to sack and they'll have to rely on takeaways.
DEF Armadillos Defense Armadillos vs. Eagles 8 9 The Armadillos find themselves facing another tough opponent. The Eagles have been careful with the ball; Judy Abwunza has only thrown 1 interception all season.
DEF Patriots Defense Patriots @ Melonheads 15 6 The Patriots defense has actually been getting better lately, but I think the Melonheads might put them in their place this week.
DEF Chargers Defense Chargers vs. Jets 6 5 The Chargers have been winning games lately, but not because of their defense. The Bolts will have a hard time sacking Lulu Legosi.
DEF Browns Defense Browns vs. Cowboys 6 4 Remember when the Browns defense scored 26 in Week 1? Yeah, they've only scored 29 in four games since. Not an attractive pick here either.
DEF Hornets Defense Hornets @ Steelers 3 3 The Hornets defense could only muster up 3 sacks last week against the slow-footed Zena Fromme. This week they're facing the Steelers, and Debra Hannigan is three times as quick as Zena.
DEF Titans Defense Titans vs. Giants 6 3 The Titans couldn't stop a nosebleed if they were an extra absorbent tampon.

Kickers

Pos Player Team Opponent Last Week Projection
K Eric Lebeaux Melonheads vs. Patriots 2 5
K Ricky Johnson Armadillos vs. Eagles 6 4
K Spanky Simpson Giants @ Titans 2 4
K Hank Wilson Hornets @ Steelers 0 4
K Cullen Sullivan 49ers vs. Bears 1 3
K Jimmy Rockfish Packers @ Monsters 0 3
K Lorrie Peters Vikings @ Rams 1 3
K Marcie Mallow Wombats @ Falcons 4 3
K Amanda Craven Colts @ Texans 2 2
K Wing Kwan Cowboys @ Browns 1 2
K David Wilco Falcons vs. Wombats 2 2
K Frankie McDoogle Jets @ Chargers 2 2
K Cathy Benitez Monsters vs. Packers 0 2
K Karla Karloff Raiders vs. Ponies 1 2
K Jay Canasta Rams vs. Vikings 0 2
K Ray Tran Steelers vs. Hornets 0 2
K Cisco Kidd Bears @ 49ers 1 1
K George Anderson Browns vs. Cowboys 1 1
K Jenny Strauss Chargers vs. Jets 3 1
K Reese Worthington Eagles @ Armadillos 2 1
K Wanda Hudson Patriots @ Melonheads 0 1
K Lance Lundergaard Ponies @ Raiders 0 1
K Marky Dubois Texans vs. Colts 0 1
K Johnny Omar Titans vs. Giants 0 1
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The Proof is in the Pudding: Proofs of Work for Solving Discrete Logarithms

Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2018/939
Date: 2018-10-05
Author(s): Marcella Hastings, Nadia Heninger, Eric Wustrow

Link to Paper


Abstract
We propose a proof of work protocol that computes the discrete logarithm of an element in a cyclic group. Individual provers generating proofs of work perform a distributed version of the Pollard rho algorithm. Such a protocol could capture the computational power expended to construct proof-of-work-based blockchains for a more useful purpose, as well as incentivize advances in hardware, software, or algorithms for an important cryptographic problem. We describe our proposed construction and elaborate on challenges and potential trade-offs that arise in designing a practical proof of work.

References
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Bitcoin Incidents with the TSA

I'd like to write a blog post that shows a timeline of incidents in which the TSA has questioned and/or accosted people because they 'thought they saw Bitcoin' in someone's luggage.
There's Davi Barker's story: http://dailyanarchist.com/2014/02/24/the-tsa-is-looking-for-bitcoin/
Are the others? It sure seems like there are but I can seem to find any other incidents on google.
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My thought on Bitcoin in the Beltway after Sunday

Continuation of previous topic.
So today was a shorter day. I missed some presentation times since I was preparing for my own panel.
I attended a part of the "Digital Currencies vs. the Empire". Early on Angela Keaton was sharing her stories about how government was illegally surveying her Antiwar.com company.
I couldn't stay for the whole talk as I wanted to catch the Maidsafe presentation. Unfortunately, that was a waste as they were a no-show. Oh well.
Afterwards I attended "Fear Not the Silk Road" by Kristov Atlas. He talked about Silk Road decreasing the amount of violent crimes, as well as empowering anyone to make their own business using highly-anonymous technoligies, such as Open Bazaar. All in all, soon relatively cheap technologies will be able to empower the people in oppressive regimes.
Next up, Chris Odom of Open Transactions talked about his project. He and his team moved to Switzerland to be able to develop truly free software. The platform is gaining more and more features as they integrate more and more elements from Namecoin and Bitmessage. The talk was really brief and to the point.
The next talk I attended was on "Bitcoin in Space" by Jeff Garzik, where he talked about putting small cubesat satellites onto low earth orbit and using them to put full Bitcoin nodes in space. This would allow anyone around the world be able to synchronize their clients even in an event of local Internet being shut down. It really looks like an interesting project, even if the practical applications might be limited.
The main presentation of the day was "How Blockchain Technology Can Mend the Broken Nonprofit Sector" by M.K. Lords, Andreas, Davi Barker and Jason King, where they talked about nonprofits and Bitcoin. Overall, the consensus is that it is easier for nonprofits to accept Bitcoin donations than credit card donations, but despite that there are few Bitcoin charities. A number of charities are also skewing their mission statement to be in line with some grant requirements. Andreas jokingly suggested that if Jason redefined his mission statement from feeding the homeless of Pensacola, to "dropping food onto homeless from planes in Pensacolastan", he would get a lot of government funding ;). It was also mentioned that Bitcoin might be an only option for some charities to even exist - for example if you have a charity for women in oppressed countries where it is impossible for them to even have bank accounts, they have no other way of receiving donations. All in all, Bitcoin is a great solution for the charities.
The day concluded with a talk by me and David Lowy on "The Singularity of Money" replacing Cody Wilson that couldn't make it today. We talked about how in the future the currency won't matter, only the value. Instead of seeing a single world currency, we will probably be seeing a number of easily exchangeable currencies being used. Crypto 2.0 systems will be integral in making this happen.
Overall, the day was less eventful than yesterday, probably because a lot of people have already left to attend a conference in China. It was still interesting.
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Anyone know where I can get some bitcoin brochures?

I never recieved my brochures from bitcoin bigfoot. I managed to get some from Davi Barker but his brochures are not normally available for purchase and I would rather not try to contact him personally again.
Is there anywhere I can simply buy some bitcoin brochures. Preferably brochures made for consumer introduction purposes?
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