Extra extra, read all about it, I am going to give away a few
secrets about what it will take for any fantasy football stud, or
dud, to pull off a victory this week. The advice – like this
newspaper – is free, so take it as you will.
Hines Ward and Plaxico Burress. The Steelers play the Browns
this weekend and last year Ward exploded for two 100-yard games
against them and Burress is ready to explode this weekend.
Charlie Garner. Moe Williams from the Vikings tore the Bears
defense to shreds, and Garner is twice the back that Williams
Panthers Defense. Trust me, this is the best defense in the NFL.
The Saints are struggling, and the Panthers’ undefeated start is
all thanks to the D.
Tiki Barber. If he is the best player on your team, think twice
about sitting him, but if not, put him on the bench because the
Dolphins have a mean D.
Anyone playing on Monday Night Football, the Bucs and the Colts
defenses are mean, and the Bucs offense has no chance to move the
These are guys you might be down on, but they are ready to come
out big and put up some points this weekend.
Jeff Garcia, Terrell Owens, Muhsin Muhammad, Anthony Thomas,
Donovan McNabb, and Rod Smith.
These are guys that you have been praying for a miracle from,
but it is time to either let them go, or bench them until you read
Duce Staley, Kelly Holcomb, Ron Dayne, Curtis Martin and Corey
Pick em’ up:
These guys are either hanging around because they are slow
starters, play odd positions, or because they are coming back from
Jimmy Smith. Pick him up ASAP! He is going to be the key guy for
whomever is throwing the ball in Jacksonville.
Dante Hall, Michael Lewis, and Chad Morton. If you get points
for return yards and touchdowns in your league, then get these guys
Hall is probably gone, but Lewis will get yards, and Morton even
sees the ball some on offense in Washington.