This isn’t the best waiver week ever unless you are in league full of morons.¬† But there are always guys out there worth taking a look at.
Matthew Stafford: He’s still on a lot of waiver wires so you better get your claims in.¬† He could lead some teams to victorious victoriousness.
BenJarvus Green-Ellis: He’s consistently getting into the endzone, but his yardage totals are all over the place.¬† He’s a worthy pickup, but don’t break the bank.¬† Unless you don’t like the bank.
Mike Tolbert: He continues to get touchdowns and plenty of looks.¬† They want Matthews to get going, but he just hasn’t been able to get on track.¬† Sadly we have to start Tolbert ahead of Matthews for the time being.
LaGarrette Blount: This is just filler.¬† You should have already grabbed him.
Mike Hart: Donald Brown looked slow compared to Hart.¬† That could be a product of Brown’s hammy, but Hart is the guy to own right now as long as his injury isn’t bad.¬† If both Brown and Hart are out. then I guess Javarris James is the add.
Keiland Williams: This is a lukewarm pickup, but if you are hurting at running back he’s worth speculating on.¬† The more we know about Torain’s progress the more we’ll know about Williams’ upside.
Vincent Jackson: It’s getting to be about that time.¬† If he’s still on the wire, you should look to grab him.¬† There are only three more weeks before he gets to play.
Nate Washington: Kenny Britt is probably out for a long while and unless you are in a deep league he’s droppable.¬† Washington should be helped, but he’ll need a long pass or two to have healthy fantasy games.¬† He’s not a must add.
Mike Sims Walker: MSW is as hit and miss as Garrard, but he has the ability, which is needed before you can have the numbers.¬† He’s still a bit of a speculative add, but he is an add.
Anthony Gonzalez: He was clearly ahead of Blair White in the pecking order.¬† We really don’t know how long Collie is going to be out, but AGonz is worth a couple weeks addage.
Darrius Heyward-Bey: He had a nice matchup last week which led to his big game.¬† Bey isn’t going to be consistent enough to lead your team to the promised land, but as an emergency bye filler he can be worthwhile.
Jacob Tamme: He has to be high on your priority list.¬† I’m going to be fielding a lot of start/sit questions about Tamme and I think I’ll be copy and pasting his name.¬† Once Austin Collie returns his looks might go down a little, but if he can gain Peyton’s confidence while Collie is out he could be very useful the rest of the season.¬† Peyton Manning elevates everyone, but he especially loves his tight end in the endzone.
Marcedes Lewis: The dude just keeps catching TDs to the chagrin of MJD owners.¬† I still don’t see how he can keep it up.¬† I haven’t run the numbers, but he must be near 100% on TD to reception ratio!
Minnesota Vikings: Anderson or Hall heading up to Minnesota, no matter how much their players hate their coach, should be good for a pick 6 or 4.