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.