Here are a few guys you might possibly want to add to your team to make them 0ohhh so much better.
Roy Williams: At this point he is a must pick up. I’m sure you have a Devin Hester/Legedu Naanee on your team and can switch them out for Roy, even though it pains me to say it! He had another good game and is just making plays. And Romo will continue to throw the ball and throw it well.
Mike Williams: I’ve noticed some people dropped him during his bye and now he has a nice game and you want to punch small woodland creatures. Well, it’s not the end of the world, but I would try to grab him again. The guy is amazing, and for reals. Freeman isn’t going to make him an elite fantasy player right now, but he should target him enough to keep him in the WR3 level, with some games like Sunday’s.
Deji Karim: I was high on him as MJD’s backup and a return man coming into the season, but he was injured, but he’s finally healthy and got a shot on Sunday. He had 15 carries for 70 yards and looked good doing so. MJD keeps tweaking body parts and if you own him Karim is a must add. I think if you are looking for a speculative RB add, you could do a lot worse than Karim.
Robert Meachem: Are you kidding me with this!? Where was Lance Moore? Hmmm? Ok, I don’t even care Mr. Payton. I’m over you and your wide receivers! Well, except for Colston. He’s the only guy you know will get over 5 targets. Meachem had a good game against Arizona and has a better shot at deep TD passes (which Brees is good at throwing) than most of the other guys, so I like him a little, but I can’t promise you won’t get a 1 target no receptions game from him next week.
Marcedes Lewis: He only has 16 receptions but 5 touchdowns. If he doesn’t get into the endzone he doesn’t have a good fantasy game. His redzone targets make him an add if you are hurting at TE, but don’t drop someone who is more consistent, but just not getting into the endzone as much.
Nate Burleson: He is healthy again, but for how long? He has the ability, but just can’t stay healthy. His 4 receptions for 56 yards and a TD could continue if he stays healthy. The Lions are going to continue to throw so he could be a pick up, but they have a bye coming up and I think he is more of a matchup add at this point.
Steve Johnson: I actually picked him up in a deep league because my team was falling apart and his two TDs helped me a lot, but I don’t think you can really trust a Bills receiver unless they are playing the Jaguars.
Danny Amendola: After Mark Clayton went down for the season, Amendola had about a thousand targets. He’s a must grab in PPR and an okay add in non PPR. I’m guessing they will want to get Gibson, Gilyard, and Robinson more involved and hope one of those guys can become more of a mid-range/deep threat, so don’t go Amendola crazy, but he’s solid.
Brandon Jackson: He might have been dropped in your league and for good reason, but of course he goes off for 140 yards. His stats are a little skewed because of the 71 yard run, and I believe James Starks will get his shot when he comes off the PUP list in week 7, so temper your expectations.
James Starks: I grabbed him in a deep league and I think he is worth a speculative grab if you have the room for him. He could be an every down back at best, but at worst he’s a goal line option for Green Bay.