FANTASY FOOTBALL WAIVER WIRE: MAKING A CASE FOR THE FREE AGENTS (WEEK10)
FANTASY FOOTBALL WAIVER WIRE:
MAKING A CASE FOR THE FREE AGENTS (WEEK10)
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Another Week of Fantasy Football in the Books. Did other websites tell you to start Alex Smith as this weeks highest Ranked Sleeper at QB?
Well BEAST DOME had Nick Foles #9 ranked ahead of Terrelle Pryor as the first sleeper QB you could have used off the wire.
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ROTOCHATTER.COM RANKINGS (WEEK 10)
RB # 2
WR # 1
WAIVER WIRE WEEK 10
This week I was asked to be one of the FantasyPros Waiver Wire Experts. We Ranked the Following people, and I will break it down for you a little more.
ANDRE BROWN – NYG
I have been pushing Andre Brown since Week 6 even on the last BEASTcast TV (What Can Brown Do For You). You can also check out The Hillis has Eyes which was written in Week 8.
CHRIS IVORY – NYJ
The Cover Boy of the Week 8 Waiver Wire for VIPs. I was all over Ivory the second he looked like the RB the Jets were hoping for. While other Fantasy Websites hesitated on his talent and upside, I told all VIPs that he was a Must-Grab off the wire as Bilal Powell did not have this type of upside.
AARON DOBSON – NE
Dobson has been great and is looking like the #1 WR for the Patriots. While that may be the case, I still have hopes for Danny Amendola to re-claim that #1 spot, behind Gronkowski of course who will always be the #1 option for Tom Brady. Dobson will have his games, but games like these may not come as often as you would expect. He is a WR #3 with WR#2 upside in Fantasy, sometimes #1 when he goes off like that.on Sunday.
RILEY COOPER – PHI
Cooper has WR #2 upside, but he is more of a WR#3/4 with the chance for the occasional breakout. Both of his big games came when Nick Foles was Hot, we have seen different shades of Nick Foles several different times this season. So before you lock Cooper in as a WR#2 lets just see if Foles can stay consistent. Still, Cooper is a good add as a WR#4 on your depth chart.
JONATHAN STEWART – CAR
Not only is Jonathan Stewart healthy for the first time all-season, he has also never been hit the same amount of times as the already worn down DeAnglo Williams (Quad). That’s something I was preaching would happen all of draft day as a reason to make J-Stew a late Round Stash. With DeAnglo Williams slowly in ‘fade mode’ we can expect to see Jonathan Stewart make his way to being a consistent 16 Touch per game RB. For Jonathan Stewart and your Fantasy Playoffs, that is all you need.
NICK FOLES VS. CASE KEENUM
For the rest of the season, Nick Foles is also the QB you want. Yes, Case looked good on Sunday Night hitting Andre Johnson consistently like it was 2009. While that was all good and fun for Daily Fantasy Football, the chances of Case doing that again is actually more likely than you would expect which makes him a must-own. That’s especially true when Arian Foster starts doing his thing and making those safeties creep up. Nick holds the edge for many reasons, though. The most important reason is the fact he has Chip Kelly calling his plays. It is now officially his job to lose, and only playing as bad as he did Week 7 vs. Dallas would cost him the position.
NICK FOLES – PHI
Muntradamus is a Fantasy Sports Expert who specializes in Fantasy Football/Baseball/Basketball. He is currently in his second season as a Pro on FantasyPros coming off of an impressive Rookie Campaign where he landed the #10 Overall In-Season Fantasy Football Rankings Expert. Which also included #1 WR of all Expert Sites. He is also one of two people to qualify for allDRAFTSTREET CHAMPIONSHIPS in 2012. Most Historically, Muntradamus was the #1 Fantasy Football Expert of IDP & Overall Rankings in One Week, first and only time in Fantasy Sports History.