NFL wire tap
Fantasy owners have a variety of reasons for deciding which players to drop and which ones to pick up, but sometimes the decisions are made for them. Such is the case this week. As soon as
The 6-foot-4 USC product has very little starting experience (in college he watched
Oh, how quickly things can change in the rough and tumble world of football ...
Waiver wires work differently from league to league, so the only advice to give with regard to acquiring Cassel is -- if eligible, move quicker than
However, for those who miss out on the Cassel sweepstakes, consider these other waiver wire candidates ...
Jackson ripped apart St. Louis for six catches and 106 yards. Of course, it's fair to mention that Jackson's teammates --
The arrival of
Looking for someone to strengthen your kicking game? Consider Prater, who made both of his attempts on Monday night -- one from 43 yards.
The Cowboys made Anderson and his Cleveland teammates look like a bunch of clowns in Week 1, but Dallas and its vaunted defense will probably do that to a number of opposing offenses this year. Anderson still has the best 1-2 punch in the game (
Mendenhall's professional debut was a disaster -- 28 yards on 10 carries, no catches, no touchdowns. Quite the opposite, teammate
A fellow University of Illinois grad, Thomas looked sharp for New Orleans on Sunday. He averaged 5.2 yards per carry -- a yard and a half better than
Sorry, bad joke.
Against Jacksonville, White and
Forte's statline from this week was impressive -- 23 carries for 123 yards and a touchdown. But take away his 50-yard score against Indianapolis and see what you have -- 22 carries for 73 yards (3.3 average per carry). With a back like