Sit and Start Wide Receivers Week 14

Calvin Johnson

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The following are the must-start wide receivers. These are the players that have no risk, no injuries, and are most likely to get their projected more or higher.  Start the following guys with confidence and over any of the other players that are listed if you have them.

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Sit and Start Wide Receivers Week 13

 

Eric Decker Broncos

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The following are the must-start wide receivers. These are the players that have no risk, no injuries, and are most likely to get their projected more or higher.  Start the following guys with confidence and over any of the other players that are listed if you have them.

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Sit and Start Wide Receivers Week 12

Randall Cobb

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The following are the must-start wide receivers. These are the players that have no risk, no injuries, and are most likely to get their projected more or higher.  Start the following guys with confidence and over any of the other players that are listed if you have them.

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Sit and Start Wide Receivers Week 11

A.J. Green

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The following are the must-start wide receivers. These are the players that have no risk, no injuries, and are most likely to get their projected more or higher.  Start the following guys with confidence and over any of the other players that are listed if you have them.

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QBs Injuries & Week 11 Hot Waiver Wire Pickups

Ben Roethlisberger

It seems like the NFL is taking big hits a lot more serious these days.  Over the week 10 games, there were several big hits that knocked players out of the game with concussions and their status for week 11 looks questionable or already rules out. This means that not only are there going to be the last bye games, but there will be some extra back-ups taking starting duties. Continue reading

Sit and Start Wide Receivers Week 10

Mike Wallace

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The following are the must-start wide receivers. These are the players that have no risk, no injuries, and are most likely to get their projected more or higher.  Start the following guys with confidence and over any of the other players that are listed if you have them.

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Quarterbacks Options For Aaron Rodgers Bye Week

Aaron Rodgers

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Drafting Aaron Rodgers in the first round was a given for most owners. I can’t see any reason that he ever made it into the second round.  If you did get lucky to have a chance at him and drafted the MVP QB, then you’ve most likely played him all year with confidence and had no reason to have or play a back-up QB. Continue reading

Hot Off The Wire – Week 10 Waiver Pickups

Danny Amendola

The final bye week of the year is coming up and we’ve got some waiver gems for you to help get your lineups ready for the final weeks and the playoffs.  Granted, rookie studs like Doug Martin and Andrew Luck are not available on the wire, and if they were, after their last performances they will be gone. However, there are some notable players that are coming up that could help your team over the next couple of weeks and should be considered for a waiver pickup. Continue reading

Week 9 Hits and Misses

Doug Martin

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25 carries for 251 yards and 4 TDs. Holy TB RB Doug Martin – was there ever a better week for a running back? The answer is no, not for a rookie. I especially love how well Martin did this week because I wrote about him as one of my sleeper RB picks before the start of the season. I was also smart enough to draft him in one of my leagues. I wish I had him in all of my leagues. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ o-line, one of the NFL’s most expensive o-lines by the way, has given Doug Martin and QB Josh Freeman lots of opportunity to run, pass and score. Folks, here me now, this is not a fluke. The Tampa Bay offense is here to stay.

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Rookies Setting NFL Records In Week 9

Andrew Luck

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Every year or so there is a special player that comes out of the college system and makes and impact in the NFL earlier, but it seems like lately there have been a little more than usual and they are doing bigger things then before even quicker.  The latest example of this comes in week 9 of the NFL regular season where not only did rookie Doug Martin nearly set a new rookie single game rushing record, but Andrew Luck, the number overall pick in the draft, put up a new rookie single game passing record besting Cam Newton’s record that was set last year. Continue reading