Monday, October 15, 2012

Early Waiver Wire Report

BYE Week: Atlanta, Denver, Kansas City, Miami, Philly, and San Diego  

Adds: Welcome them to your family, they're one of us now...


Josh Freeman TB: Gets to play the Saints next week, and had a three touchdown game yesterday. It's a recipe that may finally allow Freeman to feel comfortable in the new TB offense.

Brandon Weeden CLE: Weeden is starting to feel confident and hitting deep passes, a good combo without a doubt. Look for him to do well in the matchup against fellow rookie, Andrew Luck.

Ryan Fitzpatrick: Fitzy gets Tennessee to get him back on track in the passing game, and thats a good sign. Only a bye-week filler, Fitzy is due for one of his big games.


Felix Jones DAL: The Demarco Murray train appears to have hit a snag. Constantly injury prone, he is likely to out for a bit. Jones steps in to a good situation and should be a target for you.

Jahvid Best DET: Best's latest concussion test results are going to be revealed any day now, and if he's clear, he's a difference maker for Detroit. Keep an eye on the situation, but don't wait too long.

Daryl Richardson STL:
Seems a timeshare is happening in St. Louis between D-Rich and Steven Jackson. Richardson is a good add to your bench in a wait and see approach.

Wide Receivers 

Mike Williams TB: Williams is quietly becoming relevant. I think all the Tampa Bay offensive players are getting used to the new Schiano system and it's finally starting to be evident. Williams is securely TB's number two receiver, and he is producing.

Kendall Wright TEN: With Britt always banged up, and Hasselbeck in play, Wright has become an option for fantasy owners. Grab him while the going is good. 

Brandon Gibson STL: With Danny Amendola out for a while, someone has to catch passes in St. Louis. That appears to be where Gibson enters into the equation. If you are desperate at the spot, he can small doses.

Josh Gordon CLE: Another guy taking advantage of an injury situation. With Jordan Norwood out, Gordon stepped in and made some big plays. A former teammate of Weeden, Gordon is a nice add as a speculative play down the road. He may evolve into something more than expected. 

Tight End

Brandon Myers OAK: A nice sleeper pick at tight end, he should be on your radar if you need help at the spot. 

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