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This week should provide some explosive fantasy performances, but the matchup to watch is the Giants hosting the Ravens, where you know there will be a collision for the ages when
Since every team has enjoyed its bye already, we're back to the full state of games, so your first stringers should all be available. Knowing this, wide receivers dominate this week's top starters since they'll likely be your toughest weekly decisions the rest of the season. Well, that and there are still some worthy of being used on the waiver wire.
There's no coincidence that the Chiefs have been scoring more and losing by less, since incorporating Bradley, late of the Bears, into the offense. With
Although there's no relation between them, there certainly is chemistry between San Francisco's second-year receiver Hill and it's new (old) quarterback,
The combination of
Much of the Seahawks' offensive woes this season can be blamed on the loss of Engram early and quarterback
The old adage is that there are no bad wins in the NFL, but try telling that to Delhomme owners, who last week were victimized by one of the most disappointing single-game performances in recent memory. Carolina's returning quarterback was absolutely dismal against an Oakland team in complete disarray, tossing four interceptions and only one touchdown. The Panthers won the game, but those fantasy owners who had faith in Delhomme didn't. This week the toothless Lions, averaging 30.8 points per game allowed, while giving up the league's third-most passing touchdowns, travel to Charlotte, where the Panthers average 27 points per game and are undefeated. This should give Delhomme a much needed mulligan.
While listed as the third receiver on the Colts depth chart, Gonzalez clearly has been
A key component in the early days of the Wildcat offense, mainly as a decoy, Williams has become more of a weapon for the new-look Dolphins, rushing for touchdowns in two of the last three weeks and running over the Seahawks for 105 yards (including a 51 yard scamper) last week. In three of the last four weeks the Raiders run defense has been awful, allowing
With no byes left you probably shouldn't be playing Cassel at all, but especially not Thursday against the red-hot Gang Green, who have been harassing quarterbacks to the tune of 31 sacks, second in the NFL, and four interceptions over the last two games. Cassel is already the NFL's most-sacked quarterback and has never played in inclement weather, so the forecast calling for cold rain and sleet in Massachussetts makes him someone to let watch the Thursday night game from your bench.
Following a brief surge after coach
There's been a lot of wishful thinking on the waiver wires this week as owners scramble to pick up the Broncos rookie fullback, whom they're hoping will be the new lead back for the team. However, Denver ranks just 18th this year on the ground, and the 6-foot-2, 250 pound former blocker for