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Nate Gerst

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I'm a contributor at Sports Unbiased, and a Fantasy Football and NFL writer. My goal is to bring you the facts that can help you win your fantasy league. Once the facts are provided the rest is up to you.

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Atlanta Falcons Record: 2-5 Offense Passing: 4th Offense Rushing: 32nd Defense Passing: 22nd Defense Rushing: 22nd Carolina Panthers Record: 4-3 Offense Passing: 29th Offense Rushing: 8th Defense Passing: 10th Defense Rushing: 2th Keys to the Game Atlanta: Julio, Julio, where art thou Julio? Matt Ryan hasn't been bad this year but he is certainly missing his top target Juilo Jones. However, the Falcons have to move on from the injuries and start playing football. This was a team everyone considered to be Super Bowl contenders but why can't they win. The reason they aren't winning is because they have become...

Kansas City Chiefs Record: 8-0 Offense Passing: 25th Offense Rushing: 11th Defense Passing: 4th Defense Rushing: 12th Buffalo Bills Record: 3-4 Offense Passing: 30th Offense Rushing: 7th Defense Passing: 24th Defense Rushing: 25th Keys to the Game Kansas City: Andy Reid is feeling right at home in Kansas City. He has the Chiefs at 8-0 (the only undefeated team), Jamaal Charles is his new LeSean McCoy, and his defense is stellar. Reid probably never dreamed of a season like this when he arrived in Kansas City, but if he wants to keep the Chiefs rolling he will have to do a few things. He needs to develop the...

Carolina Panthers - 31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 13 The Buccaneers are downright bad and their schedule doesn't get any easier. Tampa Bay rookie quaterback, Mike Glennon has potential but it’s to late for the Buccaneers to do anything this season. As for the Panthers they are looking impressive. Cam Newton continued his elite performance for the third straight week. When Cam is good the Panthers are a team that is hard to beat. New Orleans Saints - 35 Buffalo Bills - 17 The Saints are who we thought they are. They rely on Drew Brees and until someone can stop him, they will continue to rely on him. As for the Buffalo Bills, they...

Cincinnati Bengals Record: 6-2 Offense Passing: 7th Offense Rushing: 19th Defense Passing: 11th Defense Rushing: 9th Miami Dolphins Record: 3-4 Offense Passing: 18th Offense Rushing: 23rd Defense Passing: 19th Defense Rushing: 19th Keys to the Game Cincinnati: The Bengals are on a four game win streak and look to keep it going when they hit Miami on Thursday night. The key to making it a five game win streak is going to be on Andy Dalton. Dalton looked sharp versus the Jets in week eight, but he faces another tough pass defense in Miami. Miami is going to bring pressure and Dalton has to get rid of the ball...

New York Giants Record: 1-6 Offense Passing: 10th Offense Rushing: 31st Defense Passing: 20th Defense Rushing: 21st Philadelphia Eagles Record: 3-4 Offense Passing: 11th Offense Rushing: 1st Defense Passing: 31st Defense Rushing: 12th Keys to the Game: New York: The Giants have been just downright awful this season and it won't get any easier as they face the Eagles this week. If the Giants want to win they need a way to move the chains. Yes, Eli Manning will be throwing to his targets and getting first downs, but they need to find a rushing attack. Currently, Brandon Jacobs is questionable for the game and...

The Buffalo Bills offense have certainly had their fair share of injuries throughout the season. So far this season, Buffalo has had three different quarterbacks play for them. EJ Manuel, Thad Lewis, and Jeff Tuel have all appeared in games for Buffalo. EJ Manuel is clearly the fan favorite of the three and still the starter when he returns from injury (for right now...more to come below). Jeff Tuel had a great preseason but when his number got called versus the Cleveland Browns, it looked like he didn't have the tools for the job. Last but not least there's Thad Lewis. Lewis has been tossed around from team to team but hasn't been bad...

Miami Dolphins Record: 3-3 Offense Passing: 16th Offense Rushing: 25th Defense Passing: 25th Defense Rushing: 14th New England Patriots Record: 5-2 Offense Passing: 20th Offense Rushing: 14th Defense Passing: 11th Defense Rushing: 31st Keys to the Game: Miami: The Dolphins are coming off another loss after a 3-0 start. The key to the game for Miami is to stop the Patriots passing game. This year Tom Brady doesn't have all the great wide receivers options he benefited from in the past, none the less, he is finding a way to win. Also, with the return of Rob Gronkowski, Miami is going to have to find a way to...

Carolina Panthers Record: 3-3 Offense Passing: 28th Offense Rushing: 7th Defense Passing: 5th Defense Rushing: 4th Tampa Bay Buccaneers Record: 0-6 Offense Passing: 2nd Offense Rushing: 22nd Defense Passing: 9th Defense Rushing: 21st Keys to the Game: Carolina: Cam Newton needs to continue his steady play. Newton hasn't had a great year but he hasn't had a bad year either. Newton is currently completing 63.5 percent of his passes which is the highest of his NFL career. His quarterback rating is also at a career high and he is showing improvement in all areas of his game. Newton will be facing a good...

Buffalo Bills Record: 3-4 Offense Passing: 30th Offense Rushing: 5th Defense Passing: 20th Defense Rushing: 28th New Orleans Saints Record: 5-1 Offense Passing: 2nd Offense Rushing: 22nd Defense Passing: 9th Defense Rushing: 21st Keys to the Game: Buffalo: TIME OF POSSESSION! Yes I wanted to make a point with the time of possession. Buffalo is facing a high powered offense and if they want any shot at winning this game they need to keep the ball away from Drew Brees. The offense will need to focus on running the ball, I know they are limping but they are going to have to find a way to eat up the clock. The...

The New England Patriots and the New York Jets are both in the AFC East. Most people would assume that these two teams dislike each other but this hatred is much more than dislike. In Week 2, the Patriots and Jets had a skirmish of some sorts which led to fines and some ejections. Willie Colon, the Jets right guard, was one of the players who got ejected from that game and he was slapped with a $34,000 fine. Colon stated this week, "I hate hate them, but love them at the same time because they're a team that forced you to give them your best." Now Colon is not the only one who hates the Patriots. Antonio Cromartie, starting cornerback...
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