Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel – Xbox 360
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Platform: Xbox 360
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Although the Dallas Cowboys are staring at a 23-7 halftime deficit to the Philadelphia Eagles on Thanksgiving, fantasy football owners who started DeMarco Murray aren’t complaining.
Murray is one of Dallas’ few bright spots, rushing for 46 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. He also has three catches for 18 yards.
The touchdown was big in that it broke a four-game scoreless streak for Murray, per ESPN Stats & Info:
Joseph Randle’s also made a brief appearance in the first half with two carries for six yards and one reception for minus-one yard.
While those numbers aren’t great, they’re both more than the sum of Lance Dunbar’s performance. He’s failed to touch the ball once offensively through the first half.
Murray’s no longer on pace to eclipse 2,000 yards, but he remains an obvious must-start in every fantasy format. No running back is a surer thing than the 26-year-old. Even in his worst performance of the year, he went for 79 yards, which isn’t bad if that’s his floor.
Murray will also continue being one of the most valued running backs in daily fantasy leagues.
The Cowboys play the Chicago Bears next week, which means that Murray doesn’t have a hugely favorable matchup. On the other hand, the Bears rank 14th in rush defense, according to Football Outsiders, so it’s not as if Murray is looking at the toughest defense in the league.
Unless Murray goes down, both Dunbar and Randle remain fantasy afterthoughts. Right now, there’s no reason to believe that they’ll get enough touches to even warrant a place on your bench, unless you’ve got a deep roster/league and can afford to have a dead spot or two.
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Streetwear darlings The Quiet Life hit us with some new images to coincide with the brand’s latest collection for holiday 2014. Thematically, the release touches on all-over prints and technicolor patterns, used across a range of basic pieces. The collection remains very much within the wheelhouse of The Quiet Life’s previous offerings, and fans of the Los Angeles-based brand should not be disappointed with this new drop.
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