Friday, October 13, 2006

Hot and Cold

Hot Pickups:

(WR)Bryant Johnson: As a Larry Fitz owner i jumped on Johnson right when i found out Fitz was out a few weeks. Grab him before someone else gets him. Although they play the bears this week he will be a good in the upcoming weeks. After Chicago its Oakland and Green Bay

(RB)Leon Washington: With the Jets down Washington came in and rushed for over a 100 yards. If your RB's on the wire are picked over like in most leagues, you might want to give him a shot.

(RB)Travis Henry: Henry went for over 120 yards on the ground last week. Washingtons Run D will make it hard for him this week but after their bye week they play Houston... if you need help that week keep him until then

(QB)M. Leinart: If you didnt pick him up like many did and hes available... Jump on that! Hes owned in only 41% of FleaFlicker leagues. He showed he is for real against KC's Def. This week is not to start him against the bears as i believe he will get killed lol... but he has soft D's coming up and could have big games.

Drop 'em:

(WR)C. Henry: Suspended for a few games, I doubt he will be of fantasy value when he comes back. The coach didnt have too many nice things to say about him

(QB)D. Culpepper: With Harrington starting again, and Culpep's subpar season thus far, there has to be someone on the wire with more value. Even Losman is a better pickup lol.

(QB)Simms: If for some reason you had him after week one... hes long gone. He's still owned in 27% of Fleaflicker leagues

(RB)D. Williams?: DeAngelo Williams could be a drop... his injury has him out what looks like could be 4 weeks. He wasnt producing much anyways so this gets Foster the carries. While Williams went down Foster has 100+ yards.

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Crystal said...

Reggie Williams from Jacksonville seems to being doing well for me so far :D

Anonymous said...

I'd suggest keeping Williams if you have the roster space...when he comes back and when (not if) Foster goes down with an injury...he'll be the starter