As the fantasy playoffs approach, you must look to beef up your bench in order to gear up for the stretch run. Making sure you have a reliable 2nd Quarterback in case of injury and a solid RB foundation to be able to plug in for extra points are integral parts of fantasy football strategy.  You  must always think about the unforeseen events that may happen, as the waiver wire in most leagues becomes locked for the playoff season. Luckily, with all the ups and downs of the NFL Season, there are still some serviceable talents on the waiver wire and a few that could pay BIG dividends for the rest of the way based on injury replacements or favorable schedules.

If the following players are available and you have room on your roster, now is the time to make a move……

Ryan Tannehill 

  • He now has at least 20 Fantasy points in six of his past eight games and is playing on a Miami Dolphins team who is clicking on all cylinders right now.

Eli Manning

  • Yes Eli is inconsistent, but the Giants Offense has been efficient as of late and they finally have their running game in place with Rashad Jennings. Let’s not forget the up and coming TE Larry Donnel and Rookie Odell Beckham Jr.

Latavius Murray

  • On a team with two aging players in MJD and Darren McFadden, it only makes sense for the Raiders to hand over the reigns to their rookie to see what they have for the future. He exploded on the scene for 112yds and 2 TD against a Chiefs team that is solid against the run. He did suffer a concussion in that game, so be aware of his status going forward. If healthy he could provide a nice jolt on a team looking for a RB2.

Dan “Boom” Herron

  • Dan was electric in the preseason, but third behind 2 RB’s who already had their role etched in stone on the roster. We all know about the lackluster T-Rich and the unfortunate injury to Ahmad Bradshaw, who was having a spectacular season. The rookie got the start on Sunday and showed he is ready for an expanded role. Anytime you have a RB on a high powered offense, they are bound to score some points. I actually think Herron could be a RB1 for the stretch of the season.

Kenny Stills

  • Kenny Stills is no stranger to the waiver wire, but seemed to be a forgotten claim this year seeing how rookie WR Brandin Cooks flew onto the scene. Well times have changed as Cooks is on IR, Marques Colston leads the league in drops, and Jimmy Graham is constantly getting double teamed. All this leads to Kenny being the go to guy down the stretch for Drew Brees. He could be a handy WR2 on a team that scores and throws a lot.

Charles Johnson

  • All of a sudden a Minnesota Vikings WR has Fantasy Football PPR relevancy. All preseason we heard about Cordarrelle Patterson and we are all still waiting for him to arrive. Well Teddy Bridgewater has gotten tired of waiting and has started looking Johnson’s way each and every game.

These are some of my most popular PPR pickups for this week to help you in to the playoffs. If you have dead weight like Doug Martin, Cordarrelle Patterson, and Pierre Garcon sitting on your bench, look to add some of these guys above. They offer more upside and potential than the guys your drafted to be studs, but are still floating around the bottom. It’s sink or swim time in fantasyland, so if you don’t want to drown in mediocrity, add some new talent throw some of those stiffs off your boat!

 

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Week 12 Fantasy Football Recap

Standout Stars and Substandard Stiffs

Stars

QB

  • Brees……420 yds 3 TD/ 1 INT…15 yds Rushing = 38.5 pts
  • Romo……275 yds 4 TD… = 37.6 pts
  • P. Manning……257 yds 4 TD…. = 36.7 pts
  • Tannehill….228 yds 3 TD….15 yds Rushing 1 TD = 34.9 pts
  • E. Manning….338 yds 3 TD/ 1 INT… = 32.9 pts

RB

  • Forsett….182 yds, 2 TD….2 rec, 8 yds = 33 pts
  • C.J. Anderson……..167 yds, 1 TD….4 rec, 28 yds = 29.5 pts
  • Forte…..89 yds, 2 TD…5 rec, 23 yds = 28.2 pts
  • Lacy….125 yds, 1 TD….2 rec, 13 yds, 1 TD = 27.8 pts
  • L. Murray….112  yds, 2 TD… = 23.2 pts

WR/TE

  • Thomas…..10 rec, 87 yds, 3 TD = 36.7 pts
  • Beckham Jr.…..10 rec, 146 yds 2 TD = 36.4 pts
  • Boldin…..9 rec, 137 yds, 1 TD = 28.7 pts
  • Bryant….7 rec, 86 yds, 2 TD = 27.6 pts
  • Wright…5 rec, 36 yds, 2 TD = 20.6 pts

Stiffs

QB

  • RGIII…..106 yds, 11 Rushing yds = 6.40 pts
  • Stanton….. 149 yds, 1 INT, 23 Rushing yds = 7.8 pts
  • Cutler….130 yds, 1 TD = 12.5 pts
  • Stafford…264 yds 1 INT, 18 Rushing yds. = 13 pts

RB

  • Gore…..36 yds….. = 3.6 pts
  • Bell……48 yds…1 rec, -2 yds = 5.6 pts
  • Miller…..59 yds….1 rec, 8 yds = 7.7 pts
  • Bernard….45 yds….2 rec, 22 yds = 8.7 pts
  • McKinnon…..54 yds….3 rec, 9 yds = 9.3 pts

WR/TE

  • Floyd…..ZERO……ZERO……
  • Bowe…..3 rec, 42 yds = 7.2 pts
  • C. Johnson……4 rec, 58 yds = 9.8 pts
  • Cobb…..4 rec, 58 yds = 9.8 pts
  • Gates…..2 rec, 14 yds = 3.4 pts
  • Davis…..3 rec, 21 yds = 5.1 pts
  • Donnel…2 rec, 24 yds = 4.4 pts

 *****All points based on CBS Sports PPR Scoring system…

Things we have learned from Week 12……..

  • The Miami Dolphins are looking like they are for real and have built up a real  nice offensive system. One of their centerpieces is becoming rookie WR Jarvis Landry. He was one of  my prime PPR pickup suggestions a few weeks back and is starting pay dividends. His since week 9…24 rec, 205 yds, & 4 TD’s….These are excellent WR2 numbers!

 

  • Odell Beckham Jr. took the world of social media by storm with his amazing one handed catch. The O’Dog is starting to show why he was heralded coming out of college and is starting to make the teams who passed on him second guessing. Over the last 4 weeks he has compiled a stat line of 41 rec, 503 yds, & 2 TD’s..This guy is for real!

 

  • Can we finally put the rest the notion of Trent Richardson ever being a number one option. The teams consistently floats the idea that T-Rich is their guy, but their actions never convey the same message. This week it was rookie RB Dan “Boom” Herron who took the lion share of the carries and actually looked like an established offensive player. He out carried T- Rich 17/13 and looks to offer a good RB2 potential for the rest of the year.

 

  • Coming into this year, this rookie WR class was being hyped as one, if not, the best ever. They sure have not disappointed. Over the last 3 weeks they have really turned it on as Mike Evans, Odell Beckham Jr., Jordan Matthews, Jarvis Landry, and Kelvin Benjamin all are in the Top 20.

 

Emmanuel Sanders has surpassed 100 yards in 7 of 11 games this year. He has been a fantasy STUD this year and well worth the 6th/7th rounds selection in the preseason drafts…..Justin Forsett looks like the second coming of MJD in his prime. Thank god for him Ray Rice is a wife beater….RGIII looks like he couldn’t beat out Ryan Leaf for a starting gig right now…..Matt Stafford still looks as lost as a blind man trying to cross an interstate when he plays a tough defense……Isaiah Crowell has shown why it was easy to let Ben Tate go. He shredded the Atlanta Falcons for 2 TD and showed he has more moves then a sober James Brown…Derek Carr is looking like he may actually be a relevant QB for the Raiders…….Josh Gordon is back and went from burning weed to burning defenders…..Tennessee is so bad right now, they look like they could get beat by a division III school….Does anyone notice that recycled coaches do not work, ala Lovie Smith…….The Cincinnati Bengals are 7-3-1 and are as entertaining as  a Barack Obama news conference……Demaryius Thomas catches TD’s like a Vegas prostitute catches an STD….Eddie Lacy continues to play at a higher level than his preseason predictions….John Brown is being compared to Marvin Harrison, Wow…..Don’t look now, but Seattle is starting to roll…Could we be seeing a New England vs. Seattle Super Bowl?

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Stars for Week 12                                                                                         

QB:—-  J. Cutler (TB)

RB:—-  C.J. Anderson (MIA), L. McCoy (TEN)

WR:— J. Nelson (MIN), D. Bryant (@NYG)

TE: —   J. Graham (BAL)

 

Stiffs for Week 12

QB:— R. Tannehill (@DEN)

RB: — S. Jackson (CLE), J. McKinnon (GB)

WR: — D. Baldwin (ARZ), K. Britt (@SD)

TE: —  V. Davis (WAS)

Sleepers:—- C. Shorts (@IND), M. Floyd (@SEA), T. Mason (@SD)

Busts: — J. Bell (@NE), M. Wallace (@DEN)

 

Bye Weeks: Carolina, Pittsburgh

*****Last week’s stats……..

Stars 2/6……Stiffs 3/6……Busts 2/2…..Sleepers 0/2………

 

Poll Question of the Week…..

How will Josh Gordon perform in his first official game of the year?

Stud

Stiff

Mediocre Performer

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Week 11 Fantasy Football Recap

Standout Stars and Substandard Stiffs

Stars

QB

  • Rodgers……341 yds 3 TD…32 yds Rushing = 38.25 pts
  • Cutler…..330 yds 3 TD/2 TD….21 yds Rushing = 32.60 pts
  • Dalton……220 yds 3 TD….12 yds Rushing = 30.20 pts
  • Wilson….178 yds 2 TD….71 yds Rushing = 28.00 pts
  • McCown….288 yds 2 TD….27.20 pts

RB

  • J. Gray….199 yds, 4 TD = 43.90 pts
  • J. Charles……..159 yds, 2 TD….2 rec, 19 yds = 31.80 pts
  • L. Bell…..204 yds, 1 TD…2 rec, 18 yds = 30.20 pts
  • Lacy….69 yds, 2 TD….3 rec, 45 yds = 26.40 pts
  • Forte….117  yds…6 rec, 58 yds = 23.50 pts

WR/TE

  • Evans…..7 rec, 209 yds, 2 TD = 39.90 pts
  • Jeffery…..11 rec, 135 yds 1 TD = 30.50 pts
  • Marshall…..7 rec, 90 yds, 2 TD = 28.00 pts
  • Benjamin….9 rec, 109 yds, 1 TD = 25.90 pts
  • Fleener…7 rec, 144 yds = 21.40 pts

Stiffs

QB

  • A. Smith…..108 yds = 5.40 pts
  • Stafford….. 183 yds, 1 INT = 7.15 pts
  • Manning….272 yds, 1 TD/2 INT = 15.60 pts
  • Roethlisberger…207 yds 1 TD/1 INT = 14.55 pts
  • Rivers….193 yds 1 TD = 15.65 pts

RB

  • Ellington…..42 yds…..4 rec, 24 yds = 10.60 pts
  • Jennings……59 yds…4 rec, 8 yds = 10.70 pts
  • Vereen…..18 yds….4 rec, 59 yds = 11.70 pts
  • McCoy….88 yds….1 rec, 18 yds = 11.60 pts

WR/TE

  • Tate…..2 rec, 41 yds = 6.90 pts
  • Watkins…..3 rec, 32 yds = 6.50 pts
  • V. Jackson……3 rec, 34 yds = 7.30 pts
  • D. Jackson…..4 rec, 35 yds = 7.70 pts
  • Wallace…..4 rec, 38 yds = 7.80 pts
  • C. Johnson…..5 rec, 59 yds = 10.90 pts
  • M. Bennett…4 rec, 29 yds = 6.90 pts

 *****All points based on CBS Sports PPR Scoring system…

Things we have learned from Week 10……..

  • The Bill Belichick running back carousel has begun again as Jonas Gray had the best game by any running back this season compiling 38 rushes for 199 yards and four touchdowns. Both Gray’s attempts and rushing yards were the most by any back in 2014. Furthermore, the four-TD effort was the first by a player with zero previous career scores since 1921.

 

  • They always say the cream rises to the top, which has become evident with the play of rookie wide receiver Mike Evans. Evans has taken the NFL by storm over the last few weeks and shows no signs of slowing down. Evans is on pace for 82 catches, 1,412 yards, and 12 touchdowns.

 

  • Who remembers the pictures of Aaron Rodgers sitting in the green room waiting to be drafted and looking like a teenage boy who just got dumped by his girlfriend? Well he has had the last laugh on his way to turning in another MVP season. Rodgers has been downright electric over these last 3 weeks as he has averaged 358 yards, 3.3 touchdowns, and 0.3 picks per game.

 

 Antonio Brown has caught at least five passes in 27 straight games showing he has no intentions of slowing down …..Rookie WR Mike Evans could even make Bubby Brister look like a relevant Quarterback in this league…… Jarvis Landry continues to look like a quicker and stronger Mike Wallace; plus he’s about $35 Million cheaper….Chris Hogan, no relation to Valerie Harper and the Hogan Family, continues to attract more pigs than a Chinese Massage Parlor; he has 29 over the last five games…..Jacob Tamme saw 10 targets after Julius Thomas left the game. Remember Peyton’s old buddy????… Pierre Garcon had a cake matchup Week 11. His image has been posted on milk cartons all over the world as he still hasn’t been seen in over 8 weeks…..  Zac Stacy took a trip to the Bermuda triangle, but still hasn’t returned. He has not played an offensive snap since Week 8…RGIII is making the Redskins question the big haul they gave up to get him…..Don’t look now, but Arizona is 9-1, Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Stars for Week 11                                                                                         

QB:—- P. Rivers (OAK)

RB:—- A. Bradshaw (NE), L. Bell (@TEN)

WR:— D. Jackson (TB), R. Cobb (PHI)

TE: —   G. Olsen (ATL)

 

Stiffs for Week 11

QB:— D. Stanton (DET)

RB: — T. West (HOU), R. Jennings (SF)

WR: — R. White (@CAR), M. Crabtree (@NYG)

TE: —  D. Walker (PIT)

Sleepers:—- RGIII (TB), G. Jennings (@CHI)

Busts: — L. Fitzgerald (DET), D. Hopkins (@CLE)

 

Bye Weeks: Dallas, Baltimore, Jacksonville, NY Jets

*****Last week’s stats……..

Stars 4/6……Stiffs 5/6……Busts 1/2…..Sleepers 3/3………

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Week 10 Fantasy Football Recap

Standout Stars and Substandard Stiffs

Stars

QB

  • Rodgers……315 yds 6 TD = 51.75 pts
  • Manning…..340 yds 5 TD/2 TD = 43.00 pts
  • Romo……246 yds 3 TD = 30.3 pts
  • Sanchez….332 yds 2 TD = 28.6 pts

RB

  • Lynch….140 yds, 4 TD…1 rec, 23 yds = 41.30 pts
  • C.J. Anderson……..90 yds….4 rec, 73 yds, 1 TD = 26.30 pts
  • Forsett…..112 yds, 2 TD = 23.20 pts
  • Robinson… 60 yds, 2 TD….2 rec, 10 yds = 21.00 pts
  • Lacy….50 yds…3 rec, 68 yds 1 TD = 20.80 pts

WR/TE

  • Bryant…..6 rec, 158 yds, 2 TD = 33.80 pts
  • Nelson…..6 rec, 152 yds 2 TD = 33.20 pts
  • Matthews…..7 rec, 138 yds, 2 TD = 32.80 pts
  • Graham….10 rec, 76 yds, 2 TD = 29.60 pts
  • Evans…7 rec, 125 yds 1 TD = 25.50 pts
  • J. Thomas…6 rec, 63 yds, 2 TD = 24.30 pts
  • Bryant….4 rec, 143 yds, 1 TD = 24.30 pts

Stiffs

QB

  • Tannehill…..207 yds, 1 TD/1 INT = 14.35 pts
  • Flacco…..169 yds, 1 TD = 14.45 pts
  • Cutler….272 yds, 1 TD/2 INT = 15.60 pts

RB

  • Miller…..10 yds…..1 rec, -4 yds = 2.0 pts
  • Ivory……51 yds = 5.10 pts
  • Hill…..55 yds….1 rec, 6 yds = 6.70 pts
  • McCoy….19 yds, 1 TD….1 rec, -2yds = 8.90 pts

WR/TE

  • Jeffery…..6 rec, 63 yds = 13.10 pts
  • Watkins…..4 rec, 27 yds = 6.70 pts
  • Maclin……3 rec, 38 yds = 6.80 pts
  • Welker…..4 rec, 24 yds = 6.40 pts
  • Green…..3 rec, 23 yds = 5.30 pts
  • Smith…..3 rec, 17 yds = 4.70 pts

 *****All points based on CBS Sports PPR Scoring system…

Things we have learned from Week 10……..

  • Big Ben completed 25 of 37 passes for 340 yards Sunday night making it the fourth time in the 11-year veteran’s career that he threw for at least five touchdowns in a game.
  • Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown became the second player in NFL history to start a season with nine straight games of at least five receptions and 80 yards. Hall of Famer Michael Irvin had a similar streak in 1995 with the Dallas Cowboys.
  • 36-year-old Linebacker James Harrison still has something in the tank as he was all over the field as he had seven tackles, two sacks and four quarterback hits.
  • AFC Defensive Rookie of the Month Linebacker C.J. Mosley continues to be an emerging star racking up nine tackles, six of them solos.

Torrey Smith continues to shine averaging over 18.2 pts in the last 4 games as Steve Smith struggles continue…..Rookie WR Mike Evans continues to impress with seven receptions for 125 yards and a touchdown……Marshawn Lynch shut up all the doubters Sunday as he entered straight beast mode with a 140 yard, 4 Touchdown effort……Odell Beckham Jr. continues to look like a big time wide-out with seven receptions for 108 yards…Aaron Rodgers picked up where Big Ben left off with six touchdowns of his own….Andy Dalton put up one of the worst QB performances of the season as he did his best impression of Vinny Testaverde after a good buzz….Ronnie Hillman got a lot of hype and managed to get 13 rushing yards against a pee wee football team….Antonio Brown decided to do his best Tiki Barber impression by deciding to get a case of the drops….Jeremy Hill showed he had his moment in the sun and will not be the next waiver wire gem….Mark Ingram continued to show he is the real deal…..Give it up for the JETS in the upset of the week, called by yours truly on my Friday night segment!!!!!!!

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Stars for Week 10                                                                                         

QB:—- R. Wilson (NYG)

RB:—- A. Ellington (STL), E. Lacy  (CHI)

WR:— B. Marshall (GB), A.J. Green (CLE)

TE: —   J. Thomas (@OAK)

 

Stiffs for Week 10

QB:— E. Manning  (@SEA)

RB: — C. Ivory (PIT), J. Bell (MIA)

WR: –D. Bowe (@BUF), M. Floyd (STL)

TE: —  O. Daniels (TEN)

Sleepers:—- S. Jackson (@TB), M. Bryant (@NYJ), T. Smith (TEN)

Busts: — B. Cooks (SF), C. Palmer (STL)

 

Bye Weeks: Houston, Indianapolis, Minnesota, New England, San Diego, Washington

*****Last week’s stats……..

Stars 3/5……Stiffs 2/3…( Romo, Bernard InActive)……..Busts 1/2…..Sleepers 1/2………

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Week 9 Fantasy Football Recap

Standout Stars and Substandard Stiffs

Stars

QB

  • Roethlisberger……340 yds 6 TD
  • Luck…..354 yds 4 TD
  • Brady……333 yds 4 TD
  • Palmer….249 yds 3 TD/1 INT

RB

  • Hillman….16 yds, 1 TD…7 rec, 47 yds, 1 TD
  • Hill……..154 yds, 2 TD….1 rec, 9 yds
  • Ellington…..95 yds…..4 rec, 39 yds 1 TD
  • Lynch…67 yds, 2 TD….5 rec, 76 yds
  • Ingram….100 yds, 2 TD…1 rec, 10 yds
  • Morris….92 yds, 2 TD….2 rec, 17 yds

WR/TE

  • Edelman…..9 rec, 89 yds, 1 TD
  • Harvin…..11 rec, 129 yds
  • Brown…..11 rec, 144 yds, 2 TD
  • Maclin….6 rec, 158 yds, 2 TD
  • Sanders…10 rec, 151 yds
  • Gronkowski…9 rec, 105 yds, 1 TD
  • Hopkins….6 rec, 115 yds, 1 TD

Stiffs

QB

  • Newton…..151 yds, 1 TD/1 INT
  • Wilson…..179 yds
  • Rivers….138 yds, 3 INT

RB

  • Murray…..79 yds…..4 rec, 1 yds
  • Oliver……19 yds
  • Tate…..3 yds….4 rec, 29 yds

WR/TE

  • A. Johnson…..2 rec, 12 yds
  • Benjamin…..2 rec, 18 yds
  • Garcon……3 rec, 15 yds
  • Bryant…..2 rec, 15 yds, 1 TD
  • Smith…..5 rec, 36 yds
  • Reed…..1 rec, 17 yds

 

Things we have learned from Week 9……..

Andrew Luck is hands down the #1 QB in fantasy football in 2014. He threw for his 7th consecutive 300 yd game, tying the record of the guy he replaced, Peyton Manning and now only 2 away from the record, which is held by Drew BreesPeyton Manning has set another NFL record by throwing for more than one touchdown pass in his 14th consecutive game…Brandon Weeden showed he’s every bit of an NFL QB just as much as Rob Ryan is a swimsuit model……….Brandon Oliver may be a flash in the pan….Larry Fitzgerald counties to produce…..Carson Palmer is on his way to being comeback player of the year….Denard Robinson’s skills are for real as he has eclipsed 100 yds in 3 consecutive games…RGIII may never be the same…..Big Ben has shown Pittsburgh has more young weapons than a Korean Kung Fu Class…Percy Harvin may have finally turned the corner….The late hit by Terrell Suggs was as clean as a Las Vegas prostitute on the strip….Still way too many serious injuries in the NFL….!

 

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Stars for Week 9                                                                                         

QB:—- A. Luck (@NYG)

RB:—- M. Lynch (OAK), J. Charles (NYJ)

WR:— K. Benjamin (NO), D. Thomas (@NE)

 

Stiffs for Week 9

QB:— T. Romo (ARZ)

RB: — G. Bernard (JAC), B. Oliver (@MIA)

WR: –P. Garcon (@MIN), E. Decker (@KC)

 

Sleepers:—- D. Robinson (@CIN), K. Davis (NYJ)

Busts: — S. Smith (@PIT), E. Sanders (@NE)

Bye weeks: Chicago, Buffalo, Detroit, Green Bay, Atlanta, Tennessee

*****Last week’s stats……..

Stars 3/5…….Stiffs 3/5……Busts 2/2…..Sleepers 0/2………

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Week 8 Fantasy Football Recap

Standout Stars and Substandard Stiffs

Stars

QB

  • Roethlisberger……522 yds 6TD
  • Brees…..311 yds 3 TD
  • Brady……354 yds 5 TD

RB

  • Forte….114 yds…6 rec, 54 yds, 1 TD, 2pt Conversion
  • Foster……..151 yds, 2 TD….4 rec, 22 yds, 1 TD
  • Lacy…..59 yds…..8 rec, 123 yds
  • Ingram…172 yds, 1 TD….1 rec, 8 yds

WR/TE

  • Fitzgerald…..7 rec, 160 yds, 1 TD
  • Hilton…..6 rec, 155 yds, 1 TD
  • Brown…..10 rec, 133 yds, 2 TD
  • Maclin….12 rec, 187 yds, 2 TD
  • Sanders…9 rec, 120 yds, 3 TD
  • Gronkowski…9 rec, 149 yds, 3 TD

Stiffs

QB

  • Newton…..171 yds, 1 INT
  • Romo…..209 yds, 1 TD
  • Flacco….195 yds, 2 INT

RB

  • Lynch…..62 yds…..1 rec, 2 yds
  • Bernard……45yds, 1 TD…..2 rec, 2yds
  • Tate…..26 yds, 1 TD….1 rec, 8yds
  • Martin…27 yds….2 rec, -1 yds

WR/TE

  • Wallace…..2 rec, 59 yds
  • Edelman…..1 rec, 14 yds
  • Jones……4 rec, 58 yds
  • Marshall…..3 rec, 35 yds
  • Nelson….3 rec, 25 yds
  • Smith…..3 rec, 35 yds
  • Olsen…..1 rec, 16 yds

Things we have learned from week 8……..

Week 8 was one for the history books and might end up as the highest-scoring week in the history of fantasy football. There were some elite performances and every position.

  • two quarterbacks with at least five touchdowns
  • four 400-yard passing performances
  • 15 players with at least 100 yards receiving
  • eight running backs with over 20 fantasy points

Ben Roethlisberger was on fire as he went 40-for-49 for 522 yards and six touchdowns.. Big Ben became the first quarterback in NFL history to record two 500-yard games…..The record is 1951 Norm Van Brocklin 554yds…..

There are only five running backs in the NFL with over 120 points in PPR formats so far this season; Matt Forte, Arian Foster, DeMarco Murray, Le’Veon Bell and Ahmad Bradshaw.

We may be witnessing the Final Farewell for Rex Ryan as the N.Y. Jets are nothing more than a glorified bye week right now…..The leash is extremely short in Cleveland as Johnny Football is ready to step out of the Playboy Mansion and onto the football field…..Blake Bortles has one hell of an arm, but has the field vision of senior citizen with glaucoma….Kyle Orton has joined the new trend of bearded pirates in the NFL and shows he’s not ready to walk the plank just yet……Jordan Reed must of taken ballet classes as a younger kid to be able to make that kind of catch on the sidelines late in the game…Colt McCoy, yes Colt McCoy beat those Cowboys and may be serviceable for the near future….The league has figured out Chip Kelly and exposed Nick Foles for what he is, AVERAGE….Old men in Zebra costumes are ruining the game of football……Marc Trestman looks as comfortable on the sideline as kid starting his freshman year of high school…Sammie Watkins learned he can’t showboat like Terrell Owens just yet…..The NFL needs more 9:30 am football games!

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Tony Cutillo (@TCutillo23)

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