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Sharks’ Flash and Crash – Fantasy Start ’em or Sit ’em NFL Week 4

Jay Cutler Hello again loyal readers and fantasy football people. Well here we are in Week 4 of the 2009 NFL season ( seems to be going fast huh? ). Ok so here’s where we seperate the true draft gurus from everybody else playing as the bye weeks are now in effect.

Do you have the back-ups good enough to survive? Do you feel you may need some extra advice going into this week? Well don’t worry because as an added bonus to my fantasy start ’em or sit em segment known as “Flash and Crash” I will also offer some waiver wire pick up ideas and some good guys to start this week. So sit back and relax, read along and go get em in week 4!

Ok so my coulmn isn’t always perfect but when I mention guys like Johnny Knox and he does his deed it makes me feel pretty good. Or when I say Matt Schaub is good for 3 TDS and he throws 3 TDS, well you get the point, so here is what I like this week.

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