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Each week, TSN. John Brown Jersey .ca Fantasy Editor Scott Cullen and NFL Editors Ben Fisher and Mitch Ward discuss three hot fantasy football topics. What is the better QB-receiver combo, Drew Brees to Jimmy Graham or Matthew Stafford to Calvin Johnson? Scott Cullen: I prefer Drew Brees-to-Jimmy Graham for a couple of reasons. First, Graham has a larger gap over the next-best tight ends than Johnson does over the next-best wide receivers. Secondly, its much easier to trust the production of Brees, who has thrown a league-leading 110 touchdown passes (compared to 77 for Stafford) since the start of the 2011 season. Ben Fisher: To me, this one is easy. While Brees has a slight lead in points over Stafford among QBs, and Graham has a slight lead in points on Johnson, what makes it a no-brainer for the Saints duo is Grahams healthy lead in points among all TEs. While there are a number of players hot on Johnsons trail at the top of the WR ranks, Graham is by far the top TE this year (thanks in large part to Rob Gronkowski missing most of the first half with injury) which makes him all that more valuable. Mitch Ward: Really close call on this one. Individually, I like Brees a little more than Stafford but Johnson a little more than Graham. As a combo though I give the edge to Brees and Graham based on one main thing: touchdowns. Brees has thrown 21 touchdowns, 10 of which have been caught by Graham while Matthew Stafford has 16 touchdown passes, 7 of which have gone to Megatron. Still, you arent going wrong with either duo. Are you buying Chris Johnsons revival? Was Week 9 an aberration for CJ2K or a sign of things to come? Cullen: Of course, Fantasy Killer Chris Johnson waits until Week Nine for his first 100-yard rushing performance of the season. While I cant buy fully into any revival talk, considering his play over the last two-and-a-half seasons, its also notable that hes tended to have more big games in the second half of the last couple seasons. In 2012, he had seven games with at least 100 yards from scrimmage between Weeks 7 and 14 and, in 2011, he was over 100 yards from scrimmage six times between Week 8 and the end of the season. The Titans schedule is also conducive to decent production over the second half of the season, starting this week against a Jacksonville team ranked 32nd against the run. Fisher: Fool me once, shame on you… Johnson hasnt been the same back since joining the 2,000 yard club in 2009 and while fantasy owners have held out hope hell return to that form ever since, Im not one of them. Through nine weeks Johnson is a strong RB2 and thats just where hell stay. While I wouldnt worry about Shonn Green stealing too many points away from Johnson the rest of the way I also dont think hell push CJ2K to a higher level. Ward: No I am not buying into the Chris Johnson revival. One big game does not equal a turnaround. The 150 yards he pied up in Week 9 were more than he had in the four previous weeks combined and the two touchdowns were his first and second of the season. Johnson is still capable of big games, he had a few monsters last year too, but he is equally (if not more) capable of a complete dud in any given week. Ill need to see him string together four or five more good outings in a row before I start to believe that the 2009 CJ2K is back. I wouldnt consider Johnson as anything more than a solid RB2 right now. After another impressive performance, is Zac Stacy a legit RB1? Cullen: I have Stacy ranked 10th this week, at Indianapolis, so hes right on the cusp of RB1 for me. Obviously, his yardage in the last couple weeks stands out, but the better reason to hope that Stacy is a legitimate RB1 going forward is workload. He has 53 carries in the last two games and, with Kellen Clemens at quarterback, the Rams likely have to lean more on the running game than they might have otherwise. Fisher: Stacy is a hard player to figure out but after five straight strong weeks its time to give him the benefit of the doubt but an RB1? Since taking over the starters role in St. Louis Stacy has been averaging double digit points and went off last week for about 30 points. You cant expect that every week and the fifth-rounder, in a Kellen Clemens-led offence, will likely score closer to his Week 6-9 average and thats not quite good enough to crack the Top 10 running backs. Ward: Yes, Stacy has seen 27 and 33 touches in the last two weeks and theres no reason to think that trend wont continue if he stays healthy. Without Sam Bradford, the Rams passing game is pretty awful so they will have to continue pounding the ball along the ground with Stacy. Based on volume alone Stacy would be an RB1 consideration; the fact that Stacy is actually doing something with his touches (4.6 yards per carry this season) makes him a must start. Lamar Jackson Jersey . Englands only win in the four most recent trips north had been tight, and Scotland was expected after losing 28-6 to Ireland six days ago to show some venom against its archrival. Kenny Young Jersey . -- The Los Angeles Clippers chose not to speak publicly about owner Donald Sterling before they faced the Golden State Warriors for Game 4 of their first-round series Sunday. . The 24-year-old Raley was 0-2 with a 9.00 ERA for Chicago in his first two career starts after being called up from Iowa on Aug. 7. He was optioned to Iowa on Monday after losing 3-0 to Cincinnati in Chicago on Sunday.Philadelphia, PA ( - A week ago, we wondered how Jimmy Walker would rebound from his stunning collapse. This week, you can ask Martin Kaymer the same question? Kaymer birdied three of the first four holes on Sunday, and after a par on the fifth, he was 10 clear of the field. Eight holes later, he trailed by one. That epic collapse was considerably worse than Walkers the previous week. Walker led by three with eight holes to play after he birdied the 10th. Walker played the final eight holes in 1-over par as he bogeyed the 14th and parred the other seven holes. That opened the door for Patrick Reed, who played the final four holes in 3-under par with an eagle, two birdies and a bogey. Reed then beat Walker in a playoff. Kaymers collapse came mid-round, and he had time to come back, but failed to do so. He was 10 strokes clear of the field, and 12 ahead of eventual champion Gary Stal, after five holes. Three holes did Kaymer in. At the sixth, Kaymer could only pitch his second shot down the fairway. He flew the green with his third. The next shot may have been the turning point. Kaymers par chip horseshoed the cup. If that drops, maybe things go differently. Three holes later, Kaymers drive stopped against a bush. He contemplated playing the shot left handed, but chose to take a drop instead. He found sand with his third and walked off with a double-bogey. Meanwhile, Stal had birdied three of four to climb to 16-under. Stal, who was one group ahead of Kaymer, also birdied Nos. 10 and 11 to make it six birdies in eight holes. Suddenly, Stal was within two. Just as fast as that happened. Stal was in the lead shortly thereafter. Kaymer made a mess of the 13th. Another poor drive led to another penalty drop. He flubbed a chip as well, and it all added up to a triple-bogey. That handed Stal a 1-shot lead. The difference between Kaymer and Walker is that Kaymer had five holes to overcome Stal. Walker was in the final group, right behind Reed. Kaymer could only par the last five holes and he ended two back as Stal added a birdie at 16. Now we look to see if Kaymer can bounce back. He won his second major championship last year at the U.S. Open. Between a victory at the 2010 PGA Championship and his U.S. Open title, Kaymer struggled with his game despite winning four times on the European Tour, two in 2010 and two more in 2011. He had done enough to finish 10th on the European points list to earn his way onto his second straight Ryder Cup team in 2012. When he beat Steve Stricker in the penultimate match, that clinched the cup for the Europeans. Kaymer, who had scuffled most of that season with his game, was the hero for a team that matched the biggest comeback in Ryder Cup history. Following a two- win 2011 campaign, Kaymer posted just four top-10 finishes in 19 starts before the RRyder Cup. Jaleel Scott Jersey. In 2013, Kaymer collected eight top-10s, but failed to win again. He got back into the winners circle last year at the Players Championship, where he opened with a 63 before holding off Jim Furyk. Kaymer put on a sublime performance at the U.S. Open, where he rolled to an 8- stroke victory. He bounced back once over a period of time. Can he quickly rebound like Walker did last week? Walker coughed up the title at Kapalua on Monday, then closed 62-63 to earn a resounding 9-shot win at Waialae. He got over that disappointment rather quickly. Can Kaymer do the same? We know one thing is certain: He wont win this week. He isnt playing a tour event. Kaymer is slated to return next week in Dubai. Bouncing back wont be as easy for Kaymer as it was for Walker because the field in Dubai will include world No. 1 Rory McIlroy, No. 2 Henrik Stenson, No. 6 Sergio Garcia and tour stalwarts like Graeme McDowell and Lee Westwood. Next week in Dubai will be a big test for Kaymer. He has shown his mettle in coming back before, can he do it again will be the question. ALLENBYS STRANGE ORDEAL It isnt often you hear a story about people getting beat up and robbed in Hawaii. It probably happens, but not as often as in, say, New York City or Philadelphia or Los Angeles. It definitely isnt often that you hear tale of a professional golfer getting beat up and robbed. That seems to be what happened to Robert Allenby on Friday night in Hawaii. Were not debating whether it happened or not, the photos prove something happened. The police will fill in the details at ght. Allenby says he doesnt remember leaving a wine bar after being separated from the people he was with. He has stated in a few interviews that he was then knocked out and dumped from the car he had been riding in. He came to as he was being kicked by homeless people at the location where he was dumped. He says two people helped him, the first got him away from the people kicking him, the second got him a cab back to his hotel. Allenby feels lucky to be alive after the ordeal. This could serve as a wake-up call to him and other athletes that things like this can happen anywhere and anytime, so they always need to be on their guard. MINI-TIDBITS * Jimmy Walker set a few records in his victory at the Sony Open. His 9-shot win was the largest margin of victory and his closing 125 was one shot better than David Toms old mark of 126. In the 50-year history of this tournament, Walker was the fourth back-to-back winner. * The Masters continues to expand its field to amateurs. The winner of the inaugural Latin America Amateur Championship, Matias Domi

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