If you own Matt Forte, Robbie Gould or the Bears' defense, you are among the 5 percent of fantasy owners who actually enjoyed Thursday's 16-0 Chicago win over the Dolphins.
Both offenses left much to be desired, leaving us to to wonder if in a
They may be underachieving, frustrating or just hit the skids last week, but bury the hatchet and be prepared to pull these well-known players off the bench and start them in your lineup for Week 11 active duty.
They might be well-known but seldom used or unknown and ready to use, there are points to be had on the waiver wire or even buried on the bench. Here are three picks to start who might not be obvious.
Hits: Ben Roethlisberger, Mike Goodson, Javarris James
Misses: Brandon Marshall, Santana Moss, Thomas Jones, Donald Brown, Joel Dreeson
1. Broncos at Chargers
With the Michael Vick hysteria finally dying down, his reputation as a weapon of mass fantasy destruction this year looks justified. I've read and heard that the time for owners to sell is now, with his value sky-high. But looking at how his schedule breaks down at the end of the year, I disagree.
Week 13: Texans
The Giants game is a concern, but they've been known to surrender some points. With the other remaining playoff stretch games against defenses like the Texans including three combined against Dallas and Minnesota teams that could be circling the drain by then, what's not to love?