In brutal, wintery conditions it was an ugly slugfest from the get-go. The Maulers got off to a solid start Thursday night with the Cowboy's Nick Folk and Jason Witten receiving solid scores, but fell apart early Sunday as Brett Favre looked confused and frustrated in the blustery confines of the New Soldier Field. Drew Brees had struggles of his own, failing to improve upon Tony Romo's backup performance, but he managed a helpful 10 points along solid performances out of Braylon Edwards and Lee Evans. Plaxico Burress under the steady hand and accurate arm of Eli Manning failed to come through late as Clinton Portis ran roughshod over an overrated Minnesota defense on his way to a championship game MVP worthy 23 points.
Indeed in a week in which two of the best performers on each team rode the pine, the chumps' constistency and just plain guts, as well as tough but brilliant managing was enough to prove conclusively that alprazolam is simply the greatest fantasy football mind of the modern era and in all likelihood a first ballot hall of famer.
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