Fantasy football waiver wire
What to do with
That's the big question this week, and not just for
If that's the case, Vick's fantasy value drops to almost zero, since he won't have enough reps to reliably put up good fantasy numbers. Keeping him on your roster is essentially gambling that Vick will replace Kolb in some way before the end of the season.
It's a good gamble to make for now; Vick's potential value is high enough that you can afford to waste a roster spot on him for at least a couple of weeks. If someone drops him in one of your leagues, don't be afraid to snatch him up.
Let's catch up on the latest potential targets in Week 3 ...
The Broncos lost in Week 1, but
Going back to last season, Orton has now thrown for at least one touchdown in eight straight games. He's put up 250 yards five times in that stretch. He's never thrown for more than three scores in a game but he's a serviceable backup or No. 2 quarterback.
Still, take a look at Snelling if you have an open spot on your bench. The fourth-year pro put up solid fantasy numbers when given carries last year, including 147 yards in the season finale. Turner's not going to lose his job, but if he wears down during the season, Snelling could be a great guy to have on the bench for emergency situations as the season goes on.
He's the clear No. 1 option in the red zone for
Among the top fantasy defenses after two weeks are the Miami Dolphins, who have allowed just 20 points and forced