Andy Dalton (Cincinnati) – He looks like he could be a nice play the rest of the way. He has the weapons but he is still Andy Dalton.
Philip Rivers (San Diego) – Lots of throwing the ball in his near future
Kyle Orton (Buffalo) – Good schedule the rest of the way, has been a solid QB 2
Charles Johnson (Minnesota) – He is definitely the Vikings WR1 now. He is getting the looks and he is producing.
Justin Hunter (Tennessee) – Getting lots of targets, definitely the WR 1 there. I think you wants the teams WR1 to play if needed the rest of the way.
Javaris Landry (Miami)– This guy is simply the WR Miami needed. Had an especially good game this week and looks good the rest of the way. He would be my top WR target on the wire. As a matter of fact I played him 2 leagues week 12.
LeGarette Blount (New England) –New England is where he belongs, Pittsburg never felt like home. Remember he will more than likely be up and down but could be a nice add.
Daniel Herron (Indianapolis) – This guy picks up the Bradshaw role and fills in nicely. Top add this week as he has a great schedule the rest of the way. He is still available EVERYWHERE.
Latavius Murray (Oakland) – Should be the new starter there once he clears concussion protocol. Has the talent to produce big numbers but not the greatest end of year schedule.
Tim Wright(New England) – Producing some numbers if you need a TE
Tony Moeaki (Seattle) – Moeaki has returned from the dead and turned up in Seattle. He has produced 7 points each of the last 2 weeks in PPR formats and might be what you need if you are hurting at TE
Giants– Plays Jax week 13, great schedule the rest of the way
St. Louis – Could be nice play the final weeks of the season if you want to get them now for the playoffs.
DUMP THAT BITCH – Players that are REALLY bad for you but you just seem to want to hold on.
Michael Floyd (Arizona) – Good god this guy has absolutely vanished. I got the amber alert on my cell phone.
Ben Tate (Minnesota) – Gets cut from Browns to find bench on Vikings. Not good to own at all.
Jordan Reed (Washington) – Even when he is in the lineup he is not producing. Just let him go, if he comes back to you ignore him and pretend he isn’t there.