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  • Todd Heap TE BAL- Okay he has been fairly inconsistent so far this year, but he has 4 TDs in the past 4 games.  If your starting tight end is injured, you could do worse than Heap.
  • Sam Bradford QB STL- Bradford is having a solid rookie season.  If you need a QB, Bradford has a pretty good match-up against the Falcons this week
  • Danny Amendola WR STL (ppr)- He won't put up touchdowns every week, but he should post around 6 catches a game.  
  • Mark Sanchez QB NYJ- The Jets for whatever reason, haven't been able to run the ball the past couple of weeks.  Sanchez has been inconsistent when he has had to throw, but he has been putting up decent yards, and a score or two.  His match-up against Houston is favorable for him, as everyone has been able to throw at will on the Texans.
  • Shonn Greene RB NYJ- LT has slowed down in recent weeks, and Rex Ryan said he wants a more balanced workload between his backs.  With Greene getting more carries, his value goes back up.  
  • Benjamin Watson TE CLE- If you starter is out, he is a solid option.  Colt McCoy has no reliable receivers, and Watson is getting a lot of looks.
  • Shaun Hill QB DET- If you need a 2nd QB, Hill is a solid option.  He has many weapons to throw to, and throws for a ton of yards.  The only downside is, he also throws about an INT per game.
  • Fred Jackson RB BUF- If you have been hurt by under-performers, and injuries Jackson is a solid start.  It looks like Spiller is out for this week, so Jackson will get all the work.
  • Jacob Tamme TE IND- I've said this last week as well, but is owned in 73% of ESPN leagues.  If  you need a TE, Tamme is getting enough catches and yards to easily start, even as a flex TE/WR if your league has that option.
  • Ricky Williams RB MIA- With Miami getting back to running the ball, Williams could put up some solid games in time for the fantasy playoffs.
  • Josh Freeman QB TB- He has really played well this season, and if you need a starter, or looking for someone who could help you out down the stretch.  Freeman is only owned in under 60% of leagues.
  • LaGarrette Blount RB TB- He has really played well this season, and could help you, if you need running back depth.
  • Mike Thomas WR JAX- Even without that fluke hail mary play, he was having a solid season.  Has more value in ppr, but if you need a WR3 he would be a solid option. 
  • Felix Jones RB DAL (ppr)- He is getting more work in this offense, and is the best option in this backfield as a receiver. 
  • Mario Manningham WR NYG- With Steve Smith out, Manningham has the talent to post some solid games, such as last week 10-91-1TD.
  • Justin Forsett RB SEA- After last weeks game, he could be in line for more carries, as Lynch has been awful since he came over in the trade from Buffalo.
  • Deion Branch WR NE- While he had 2 solid games since coming back to New England, he has also been inconsistent.  I think the inconsistency was due to his injury, and he could really help your team out during the fantasy playoffs.

 

Ignore

 

  • Chester Taylor RB CHI- He hasn't done much of anything all year.  He had 11 carries and 3 catches last game, but didn't do much with them.  I don't expect him to start getting that many touches.
  • Greg Olsen TE CHI- He has 2 TDs in the past 2 games, but he is still way too inconsistent.
  • Cedric Benson RB CIN- How do you not run well against the Colts?  He should bounce back from last weeks awful game.  I wouldn't recommend dropping him.
  • Jermaine Gresham TE CIN- His first solid game all year, don't look too much into it.
  • Brian Hartline WR MIA- He does have some ppr value, but with Miami's starting and back-up QB out, I expect them to run the ball more.
  • Anthony Fasano TE MIA- Last week was the 2nd time he went over 50 yards all season.  I don't think he will have another game like last week this season.
  • Mike Goodson RB CAR- Had a great game last week, but when the rest of the Panthers running backs get healthy, he will be buried in the depth chart. UPDATE-D. Williams is placed on the IR.  He could still receive some carries, as Jonathan Stewart has been ineffective.
  • Zach Miller TE JAX- Last week was his first meaningful game, don't expect that again.
  • Kevin Walter WR HOU- Had a solid game, but before that he didn't record a catch in his past three games.  Don't expect much from him the rest of the way.
  • Matt Cassel QB KC- First time he went over 300 yards this season.  I don't think he will post another game like that anytime soon.
  • Mike Williams WR SEA- While he, at times, has been solid.  Seattle's offense is too inconsistent to have Williams start for your fantasy team.
  • Deon Butler WR SEA- Take away that 63 yard TD, and he had a pretty awful game.  He had 3 catches for 3 yards without the that TD play.
  • Early Doucet WR ARI- While he has potential, the Cardinal's QB play really limits him.  
  • Rob Gronkowski TE NE- Don't expect another game like last week from him.  It would be different if he had been decent all season, but Aaron Hernandez had been getting more targets up until this game.
  • Keiland Williams RB WAS- He had a solid game because of garbage time.  Once the rest of the Redskins backfield returns, expect him to find the bench.
  • Jerome Harrison RB PHI- Harrison hasn't done anything since coming over in a trade from Cleveland because of McCoy being entrenched as the starter.  He put up his stats on a long run, and garbage time, don't expect this to happen again.
  • Jason Avant WR PHI - While he is a solid slot receiver, his stats were a product of garbage time, and the Eagles offense exploding Monday night.  

 

Watch

 

  • Brandon Gibson WR STL- He posted decent back-to-back games.  If you are in a dynasty league he definitely would be someone to look for. 
  • Delanie Walker TE SF- For whatever reason Troy Smith loves to look his way.  I wouldn't read too much into this, but T. Smith has played well in his two starts, and should continue to start.
  • Troy Smith QB SF- I can't believe I'm writing this, but he has played well in his two starts.  If your starter is out, he is an option (owned in 3.9% of ESPN fantasy leagues).
  • Tyler Thigpen QB MIA- If you really, really need a QB Thigpen is most likely on the wavier wire.  He had solid fantasy season in 08, and if he starts for a couple of games, he could put up decent numbers, with all of his options on offense.
  • Bo Scaife TE TEN- I know he hasn't done much of anything all season, it appears as though he might get more looks, as opposing defenses focus on Moss.
  • Thomas Jones RB KC- Posted back-to-back bad games.  If he has another bad game, don't hesitate to drop him.
  • Kevin Boss TE NYG- With Steve Smith out, he could receive more catches, but he still doesn't have much value right now.  Wait a week before picking him up.
  • Steve Breaston WR ARI- He has the speed to get some down field looks, but Derek Anderson has no accuracy.  If he continues to play well, it wouldn't hurt to take a chance on him. 
  • BenJarvus Green-Ellis RB NE- How did he run so well against the Steelers?  Even after that great game he had, I would avoid him as he is very inconsistent.

 

Drop

 

  • Kerry Collins QB TEN- If for some reason you had to start Collins, or had him on your roster, drop him as he is out for a few weeks.
  • Randy Moss WR TEN- While it is too early to tell how he will play with the Titans, I don't expect much.  In my mind he is more of a decoy to open up Tennessee's offense for Chris Johnson, and Kenny Britt.
  • Steve Smith WR CAR- He, like the rest of the Panthers, is having an awful season.  
  • Marshawn Lynch RB SEA- He has really struggled since coming over in the trade from Buffalo.
  • Tim Hightower RB ARI- Even when he starts, he doesn't produce.  When Wells returns from injury, Hightower won't get much work.
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