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    From a fantasy perspective...

    I thought it was interesting looking at the comments in the "sitem/startem" section of a fantasy football website I use each week. Here are their comments for both teams starters (from a fantasy football perspective):

    Ben Roethlisberger
    In week 13 he needed to air it out, and did. Last week he was severely slowed simply by the weather. This week he'll be indoors and facing a bottom tier pass defense. They are in the bottom third in terms of both passing yards and touchdowns. Big Ben should have a Big game this week.

    Brad Johnson
    Going into the game against St. Louis he'd had a couple solid games, but the fact that he couldn't put up points against the Rams says a lot. Considering he's now posted 3 of his last 5 games under 12 points he is officially a fantasy liability. I might as well point out he's facing a defense that doesn't give up many passing touchdowns just to drive the point home. Don't start him.

    Hold on now. Johnson put up five touchdowns in his two games prior to last week, and while he posted atrocious fantasy numbers in week 14 (146 yards and zero scores) he had a very respectable completion ratio (16-25). So the point is that he is playing well, but he is not a lock to score well. The Steelers are ranked 5th in passing touchdowns allowed, but they are 21st in passing yards allowed. Don't bench just anyone for him, but he certainly is worthy of consideration.

    Jerome Bettis
    Bettis had a huge game last week but was given more touches than usual due to the weather. This week things will return to a slightly more balanced approach that will limit his value. That said, Minnesota gives up a rushing touchdown each week and I'll gamble that it's going to be Bettis who gets it.

    Willie Parker
    Willie is going to pile up solid yardage this week and should be good for about 75 or 80. I wouldn't expect a score from him so if he happens to break one, consider it bonus. He's a great #3 but a fairly weak #2.

    Michael Bennett
    Last week he was the main ball carrier but was one of 6 players with at least one rushing attempt. I'm wary of starting him this week with two other people in the backfield and a match up against the number 4 rush defense.

    Mewelde Moore
    1 touch last week. That's all folks.

    Hines Ward
    Ward was able to be productive last week despite the weather, an injured Roethlisberger, and a stingy Bears defense. There's no reason he shouldn't be even better this week. (He is listed as probable, so make sure he doesn't get downgraded as the week progresses.)

    Marcus Robinson
    His numbers are all over the place. The last two weeks have shown that the three touchdown outing was not a sign of things to come. I'm more worried about the fact that he only had one reception last week. Pittsburgh gives up some yardage through the air but it doesn't look promising that Robinson will get much of it.

    Nate Burleson
    The fact that he only had 2 catches for 20 yards against the hapless Rams gives me no faith that he'll do well against a much better Steelers' defense.

    Heath Miller
    Minnesota has a poor pass defense (24th) and the weather will be less of a problem due to the dome. I'd look for Miller to have a decent outing this week posting mid to high single digit numbers.

    Jermaine Wiggins
    His numbers have been mediocre at best this season and have been sparse over the last couple weeks. This is a decent match up but he's just putting up a Gut Check kind of season. He has yet to break the 70 yard receiving mark.

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    Re: From a fantasy perspective...

    [size=18px]from KFFL (Vikings)[/size]

    MINNESOTA VIKINGS VS. PITTSBURGH STEELERS After a terrible start to the season, the Minnesota Vikings (8-5) have turned things around and are vying for a NFC North division title and a playoff berth. The Vikings, who are riding a six-game winning streak, will face the Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5) in Week 15. Pittsburgh is the toughest opponent left on Minnesota's schedule. Although the Steelers defense is still a solid unit, it has not played well in recent weeks. Let's see if the Vikings' fantasy stars can capitalize on this.

    PASSING MATCH-UP: QUARTERBACKS QB Brad Johnson has become the king of passing efficiency since he took over. In his last four showings, Johnson has posted a 96.6 passer rating, which equates to an average of 201 passing yards, 1.3 TDs and 0.5 INTs per game. While these are not stellar numbers, they are consistent numbers. Johnson is a solid backup quarterback for your fantasy playoff run. He is viewed as an average No. 1 quarterback or a decent injury replacement for your regular starter against the Steelers.

    The Pittsburgh defense is still ranked in the top third of the league in defending against opposing quarterbacks. Since Week 11, opposing signal callers have averaged 210 passing yards, 1.5 TDs and 0.5 INTs against this unit. These numbers are very similar to Johnson's averages over that same time span.

    RUSHING MATCH-UP: RUNNING BACKS Whether it's due to lingering injury or due to being in head coach Mike Tice's doghouse, RB Mewelde Moore (thigh) has taken a backseat to RB Michael Bennett, who has been named the starter for Week 15. Since Week 11, Bennett has been utilized an average of 15 times per game (23 percent) and has been utilized an average of 1.8 times inside the red zone (20 percent) per outing. He has had his number called one time inside the 5-yard line during that time span. Bennett has not racked up significant yardage in most of those games, but he has been able to find the end zone. In his last four games, Bennett has averaged 39 rushing yards, 0.5 rushing touchdowns, two receptions, seven receiving yards and 0.3 receiving touchdowns per outing. Bennett will lose a few carries to both Moore and rookie RB Ciatrick Fason. You should consider Bennett an average play as a weak No. 2 running back or a strong No. 3 running back.

    RB Mewelde Moore has been utilized an average of 13 times per game (21 percent) and utilized an average of 1.3 times per contest inside the red zone (14 percent) over the last month. He has averaged 46 rushing yards, 1.3 receptions and eight receiving yards per game but has not found the end zone during that span. Moore is an average No. 3 running back or injury replacement this week.

    RB Ciatrick Fason continues to see a smattering of plays each game. Since Week 11, Fason has been utilized an average of 4.5 plays per game (7 percent) and utilized an average of 1.5 plays per outing inside the red zone (17 percent). Fason has averaged 13 rushing yards and 0.5 touchdowns per game and has become an important part of the Vikings' goal-line offense. He is viewed as an average play as a No. 3 running back or injury replacement.

    The Steelers' defense has done well against opposing running backs over the last four weeks, surrendering an average of 97 rushing yards, 20 receiving yards and 0.8 touchdowns per game.

    RECEIVING MATCH-UP PART I: WIDE RECEIVERS PR/WR Koren Robinson continues to be a pleasant late-season surprise. In Week 14, Robinson scored a rushing touchdown, which is his second offensive touchdown in the last two weeks. Since Week 11, Robinson has been targeted an average of six times per game (10 percent) and an average of one time per outing inside the red zone (11 percent). One of his targets has come inside the 5-yard line. Robinson has converted those targets into an average of 0.5 total touchdowns, three receptions for 61 receiving yards and six rushing yards per game. Robinson is viewed as an average play as a weak No. 2 or strong No. 3 wide receiver.

    WR Marcus Robinson has seen limited targets over the last four weeks, but he still has been productive. Since Week 11, Robinson has been targeted an average of three times per outing (5 percent) and targeted an average of one time per game inside the red zone (11 percent). In addition, Robinson has been targeted an average of 0.5 times per contest inside the 5-yard line. He has averaged 1.8 receptions for 28 receiving yards and 0.8 touchdowns per game. While Robinson has found the end zone three times, his lack of targets has grown worrisome. He is an average play as a No. 3 receiver or injury replacement this week.

    WR Travis Taylor has given way to Koren Robinson as the Vikings most-targeted wide receiver. Since Week 11, Taylor has been targeted an average of 4.5 times per game (7 percent) and targeted an average of 0.3 times per contest inside the red zone (3 percent). Taylor has averaged 2.3 receptions for 31 receiving yards per game but has not found the end zone. He is an average play as an injury replacement who should preferably stay on your bench this week.

    After he was inactive for Week 12 and Week 13, WR Troy Williamson returned to the field in Week 14 and racked up 23 offensive yards. Since Week 11 (two games played), Williamson has been targeted an average of four times per outing (3 percent). None of his targets has come inside the red zone. Williamson has averaged 0.5 receptions for nine yards and 10 rushing yards per game. Williamson should stay on your bench this week.

    WR Nate Burleson has just four receptions over the last four weeks (three games played). Since Week 11, Burleson has been targeted an average of 2.7 times per game (3 percent) and targeted an average of 0.3 times per outing inside the red zone (3 percent). Burleson has averaged just one reception for 11 receiving yards per game during that span. Burleson is a weak play, and you should leave him on your bench.

    The Pittsburgh defense has struggled against opposing wide receivers. Since Week 11, opposing wideouts have averaged 12 receptions for 162 receiving yards and one touchdown per game. The Vikings' wide receivers may find success this week.

    RECEIVING MATCH-UP PART II: TIGHT ENDS The role of TE Jermaine Wiggins in the offense has been reduced since QB Brad Johnson took over the helm. Wiggins has been targeted an average of six times per game (9 percent) and targeted an average of 1.3 times per outing inside the red zone (14 percent). He has averaged four receptions for 38 receiving yards but has not found the end zone. Wiggins is viewed as an injury replacement who is better off left on your bench.

    TE Jim Kleinsasser has averaged just two targets per game (3 percent) over his last four outings. He has averaged 1.8 receptions for 12 receiving yards per game. Kleinsasser is viewed as a weak play and a bench player against the Pittsburgh defense.

    The Steelers' defense has played well against opposing tight ends. Since Week 11, this unit has allowed an average of 0.5 touchdowns and 30 receiving yards per game to the position.

    KICKING MATCH-UP K Paul Edinger has shown that he performs significantly better under pressure. Since Week 11, Edinger has converted 5-for-6 FGAs (average of 1.3 successful FGAs per game) and 11-for-11 XPAs (average of 2.8 successful XPAs per outing) for an average of 6.5 kicking points per contest. Edinger has benefited from improved play on both sides of the ball. He is viewed as a strong play and a decent No. 1 place kicker this week against the Steelers.

    In recent weeks, Pittsburgh's defense has allowed a significant number of kicking opportunities to opposing place kickers. Since Week 11, opposing kickers have averaged two XPAs and 2.3 FGAs against this unit.

    DEFENSIVE MATCH-UP Over the last four weeks, the Minnesota defense has been one of the top fantasy defenses in the league. Since Week 11, the Vikings have allowed an average of 15 offensive points and have logged an astonishing 2.8 interceptions, 0.8 fumble recoveries and 2.3 sacks per game. If the Vikings' defense can continue to play well, this unit will help your fantasy team advance deep into the playoffs. The Minnesota defense is viewed as a solid No. 1 defense and a strong play against Pittsburgh's offense.

    The Pittsburgh offense ranks in the middle of the league in turnovers and offensive points scored. Since Week 11, the Steelers have averaged 18 offensive points per game and have allowed 2.8 sacks, 0.5 fumbles and 1.5 interceptions per outing.

    [size=18px]from KFFL (Steelers)[/size]

    PITTSBURGH STEELERS AT MINNESOTA VIKINGS The Steelers will travel to frigid Minnesota to take on the Vikings in a match-up of playoff hopefuls. The Steelers (8-5) bounced back, with an impressive 21-9 beating of the Chicago Bears, keeping their flickering playoff hopes alive. Meanwhile, the Vikings (8-5) continued to roll, defeating the St. Louis Rams 27-13. Both teams face a must-win situation, which should make for an entertaining game. Let's take a closer look and see how these teams stack up against each other.

    PASSING MATCH-UP: QUARTERBACKS QB Ben Roethlisberger had a solid, but unspectacular outing against the Bears, going 13-for-20 (65.0 percent) for 173 yards and one touchdown. Over the last four weeks, he has completed 67.8 percent of his passes (59-for-87) for an average of 173 yards, 1.3 touchdowns and 1.3 interceptions per game. This week, he has a tough match-up against the surging Vikings and could struggle. He should be used as an injury replacement or kept on your bench this week. He is a weak play against Minnesota.

    The Vikings have been strong against the quarterback position over the last four weeks. Opposing quarterbacks are completing only 57.7 percent of their passes (86-for-149) for an average of 201 yards, one total touchdown (0.7 passing and 0.3 rushing) and 2.8 interceptions per game.

    RUSHING MATCH-UP: RUNNING BACKS RB Willie Parker continues to show signs of breaking out of his struggles, rushing 21 times for 68 yards (3.2 yards per carry) and added two receptions for 45 yards (22.5 yards per reception) against the Bears. His total could have been larger, but head coach Bill Cowher turned to the snow plow RB Jerome Bettis for most of the second half against the Bears. Over the last four weeks, he is averaging 17 carries for 60 yards (3.6 yards per carry) per game, while hauling in an average of 2.3 passes per game for 25 yards (11.2 yards per reception) and 0.3 touchdowns per contest. Parker has been utilized on an average of 18.8 plays per game (29 percent) with an average of 1.5 attempts per game coming inside the red zone (20 percent). Parker should be viewed solid No. 3 fantasy running back against the Vikings, although he is a weak play.

    RB Jerome Bettis turned back the clock against the Bears, rushing 17 times for 101 yards (5.9 yards per carry) and two touchdowns. What made this effort even more impressive was the fact that he recorded 100 yards in the second half of action. Over the last four weeks, Bettis has averaged 8.3 carries for 31 yards (3.7 yards per carry) and 0.8 touchdowns per game. The Steelers are utilizing him on an average of nine plays per game (14 percent), with an average of 2.5 plays per game (33 percent) coming in the red zone (one play per game coming inside the 5). Bettis should be viewed as a No. 3 fantasy option this week against the Vikings; he is a weak play.

    RB Verron Haynes returned to action against the Bears and had a solid afternoon, carrying the ball four times for eight yards (2.0 yards per carry and hauling in two passes for 29 yards (14.5 yards per reception). In all, he has averaged 2.5 carries for four yards (1.6 yards per carry) and 1.5 receptions for 23 yards (15.3 yards per reception) per game over the last four weeks of action (two games). The Steelers have utilized Haynes on an average of 4.5 plays per game (3.5 percent), with zero attempts coming in the red zone. Haynes is not much of a threat and should be kept on your bench this week.

    FB Dan Kreider continued to pave the way for the Steelers' rushing attack. He has no fantasy value again this week.

    The Vikings are allowing an average of 19 carries for 70 yards (3.6 yards per carry) and 0.3 touchdowns per game on the ground to opposing running backs six receptions for 53 yards (8.8 yards per reception) per game against this unit.

    RECEIVING MATCH-UP PART I: WIDE RECEIVERSWR Hines Ward had another solid outing Week 14, hauling in three passes for 27 yards (9.0 yards per reception) and one touchdown against the Bears. He is averaging 5.3 receptions for 68 yards (12.9 yards per reception) and one touchdown per game over the last four weeks. In all, he has been targeted 9.8 times per game (15 percent), with an average of two targets (26 percent) per game coming in the red zone. He should be considered a low-level No. 1 or solid No. 2 option this week against the Vikings, although he is a weak play.

    WR Antwaan Randle El had a mediocre afternoon against the Bears catching two passes for 28 yards (14.0 yards per reception). Over the last four weeks, he is averaging 3.3 receptions for 33 yards per contest (10.0 yards per reception). Overall, the Steelers are targeting him on an average of 5.5 plays per game (8.5 percent) with an average of 0.8 targets per game (9.9 percent) coming in the red zone. Randle El should be viewed as an injury replacement or kept on your bench this week; he is a weak play.

    WR Cedrick Wilson had continued to contribute against the Bears, grabbing two passes for 29 yards (14.5 yards per reception). In all, he is averaging 2.5 receptions for 41 yards per game (16.3 yards per reception) over the last four weeks. The Steelers have targeted Wilson on an average of 4.8 plays per contest (7.3 percent) with zero targets coming in the red zone. He should be viewed as an injury replacement or kept on your bench this week; he is a weak play.

    WR Quincy Morgan recorded just one pass for 10 yards. Over the past four weeks he is averaging 0.8 receptions for 11 yards and 0.3 touchdowns per contest. He should be kept on your bench this week, he is a weak play.

    The Vikings are allowing an average of 12 receptions for 118 yards (9.9 yards per reception) and 0.8 touchdowns per contest to the wide receiver position over the last four weeks, numbers that could make for a long afternoon for the Steelers' wide receivers.

    RECEIVING MATCH-UP PART II: TIGHT ENDSTE Heath Miller was left off of the stat sheet against the Bears, doing most of his damage as a blocker in the snowy conditions at Heinz Field. Over the last four weeks, he is averaging three receptions for 27 yards (8.9 yards per reception) per game. He is being targeted on an average of 3.8 plays per game (5.8 percent) with zero targets coming in the red zone. Miller should be kept on your bench this week; he is a weak play against the Vikings.

    Over the past four weeks the Vikings have dominated the tight end position. They are allowing opposing tight ends to average only 3.5 receptions for 30 yards (8.4 yards per reception) and zero touchdowns per game, all ranking in the top third in the league over this span.

    KICKING MATCH-UP PK Jeff Reed had been solid, averaging 2.3 XPAs and one FGA per game over the last four weeks, going 9-for-9 on XPAs and 3-for-4 on FGAs. Reed should be kept on your bench this week against the Vikings; he too is a weak play.

    The Vikings have been stout against opposing kickers over the last four weeks, with kickers averaging one XPA going 4-for-4 and two FGAs going 8-for-8 over this span.

    DEFENSIVE MATCH-UP The Steelers' defense had a solid outing against the Bears and may be coming together. Over the last four weeks, they are allowing an average of 22.3 offensive points and 300 total yards per game (196 yards passing and 104 yards rushing). They have struggled producing turnovers (zero over the last two games) and sacks, averaging only 0.8 turnovers (0.5 interceptions and 0.3 fumble recoveries) and 2.8 sacks per game. View the Steelers' defense as a low-level No. 1 fantasy option or just keep them on your bench this week.

    The Vikings' offense is improving, averaging 21.3 points per game over the last four weeks. In all, they are gaining an average of 304 yards per game (190 yards passing and 114 yards rushing). They also do a great job protecting QB Brad Johnson and the football, allowing an average of only 2.3 sacks and 1.5 turnovers per game (0.5 interceptions and one fumble recovery).

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    Re: From a fantasy perspective...

    Nice read ... very informative.

    I especially liked this one, Ben Roethlisberger "He should be used as an injury replacement or kept on your bench this week. He is a weak play against Minnesota. " ... lol

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    Re: From a fantasy perspective...

    The only real problem with that is that being a "bottom tier" fantasy team is actually incorrect at this point. The Vikings pass defense has been stellar for six straight games now. They still gave up a few yards to a few teams because they were ahead in all the games from beginning to end (except for the Packers game), but the overall is just 209.67 passing yards a game ... as well as 17 INTs in those games ... so to call our pass defense poor is just incorrect ... it has given up some yards, but it has not given up a "big day" since Delhomme and the Panthers seven weeks ago.

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    Re: From a fantasy perspective...

    "midgensa" wrote:
    The only real problem with that is that being a "bottom tier" fantasy team is actually incorrect at this point. The Vikings pass defense has been stellar for six straight games now. They still gave up a few yards to a few teams because they were ahead in all the games from beginning to end (except for the Packers game), but the overall is just 209.67 passing yards a game ... as well as 17 INTs in those games ... so to call our pass defense poor is just incorrect ... it has given up some yards, but it has not given up a "big day" since Delhomme and the Panthers seven weeks ago.
    In context with that, we havn't given up a 100 yrd rusher since week #4 against Atlanta and it was W. Dunn .... but Shhhhhhh, don't let anyone know !!! It's better to sneak up on them .... :wink:

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    Re: From a fantasy perspective...

    "midgensa" wrote:
    The only real problem with that is that being a "bottom tier" fantasy team is actually incorrect at this point. The Vikings pass defense has been stellar for six straight games now. They still gave up a few yards to a few teams because they were ahead in all the games from beginning to end (except for the Packers game), but the overall is just 209.67 passing yards a game ... as well as 17 INTs in those games ... so to call our pass defense poor is just incorrect ... it has given up some yards, but it has not given up a "big day" since Delhomme and the Panthers seven weeks ago.
    They (KFFL) said the "Minnesota defense is viewed as a solid No. 1 defense and a strong play against Pittsburgh's offense."

    DEFENSIVE MATCH-UP Over the last four weeks, the Minnesota defense has been one of the top fantasy defenses in the league. Since Week 11, the Vikings have allowed an average of 15 offensive points and have logged an astonishing 2.8 interceptions, 0.8 fumble recoveries and 2.3 sacks per game. If the Vikings' defense can continue to play well, this unit will help your fantasy team advance deep into the playoffs. The Minnesota defense is viewed as a solid No. 1 defense and a strong play against Pittsburgh's offense.

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    Re: From a fantasy perspective...

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "midgensa" wrote:
    The only real problem with that is that being a "bottom tier" fantasy team is actually incorrect at this point. The Vikings pass defense has been stellar for six straight games now. They still gave up a few yards to a few teams because they were ahead in all the games from beginning to end (except for the Packers game), but the overall is just 209.67 passing yards a game ... as well as 17 INTs in those games ... so to call our pass defense poor is just incorrect ... it has given up some yards, but it has not given up a "big day" since Delhomme and the Panthers seven weeks ago.
    They (KFFL) said the "Minnesota defense is viewed as a solid No. 1 defense and a strong play against Pittsburgh's offense."

    DEFENSIVE MATCH-UP Over the last four weeks, the Minnesota defense has been one of the top fantasy defenses in the league. Since Week 11, the Vikings have allowed an average of 15 offensive points and have logged an astonishing 2.8 interceptions, 0.8 fumble recoveries and 2.3 sacks per game. If the Vikings' defense can continue to play well, this unit will help your fantasy team advance deep into the playoffs. The Minnesota defense is viewed as a solid No. 1 defense and a strong play against Pittsburgh's offense.
    Yeah, I was talking about the top one.

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    Re: From a fantasy perspective...

    If you look at the KFFL fantasy analysis the summary is:

    Passing: Adv. Vikings

    Rushing: push

    Receiving: Adv. Vikings

    Kicking: Adv. Vikings

    Defense: Adv. Vikings by thin margin

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    KFFL's fantasy rankings by a few positions for week 15:

    QB

    Brad Johnson: 1 or inj, Tier 5

    Ben Roethlisberger: inj or bench, Tier 6

    RB

    Willie Parker: 2 or 3, Tier 5

    Michael Bennett: 2 or 3, Tier 5

    Jerome Bettis: 3, Tier 7

    Mewelde Moore: 3 or inj, Tier 9

    Ciatrick Fason: 3 or inj, Tier 10

    WR

    Hines Ward: 1 or 2, Tier 3

    Koren Robinson: 2 or 3, Tier 5

    Marcus Robinson: 3 or inj, Tier 8

    Travis Taylor: inj or bench, Tier 10

    Cedrick Wilson: inj or bench, Tier 11

    Antwaan Randle El: inj or bench, Tier 11

    Troy Williamson: bench, Tier 13

    Nate Burleson: bench, Tier 14

    Quincy Morgan: bench, Tier 14

    TE

    Jermaine Wiggins: inj or bench, Tier 5

    Heath Miller: bench, Tier 7

    Jim Kleinsasser: bench, Tier 8

    PK

    Paul Edinger: 1, Tier 3

    Jeff Reed: bench, Tier 6

    DT

    Minnesota Vikings: 1, Tier 2

    Pittsburgh Steelers: 1 or bench, Tier 4

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    Re: From a fantasy perspective...

    i would only be starting ward if i was going to start anyone from this game. its going to be very low scoring.
    We're bringing purple back.

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    Re: From a fantasy perspective...

    I would start the Vikings D, that's it from this game.

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