Fantasy Football Trade Market:
Kardashian Sloppy Seconds (Week 7)
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MATTHEW STAFFORD – QB – DET
It took up to the 4th quarter of Week 6 for Stafford to finally look like Stafford.
Now that the Lions have a solid game plan if teams decide to double team Megatron. That means it is time to get this guy on your fantasy team. The Bears defense is solid, but at the same time they can be beat with the pass. Stafford was a QB who can throw for over 350 Yards consistently. The best part about Stafford is his pass attempts. He should easily eclipse over 700 Attempts, with the Lions not confident at all with their rushing attack.
ALFRED MORRIS – RB – WAS
No RB does well against Minnesota.
The fact that he was able to get a rushing TD was a lot of luck, but regardless. Alfred Morris is on a Terrell Davis level this season. Their is noway he gets switched up in the rotation, and now is the time to BUY BUY BUY before owners realize this guy has Top 10 RB value consistently.
REGGIE BUSH – RB – MIA
Reggie has been playing at less than 100%.
With Daniel Thomas getting two concussions so far on the young season, Reggie is going to be asked to do everything for this team. He is the poor man’s Jamaal Charles, but just as good. Reggie will do be everything for this team, and you want him on your roster when he gets those 150 Yard/2 TD games.
DOUG MARTIN – RB – TB
Remember when owners were panicking on Jamaal Charles before his game against the Saints?
This is a similar situation, and we can easily see Doug Martin have his breakout game that everyone has been waiting for. The Saints defense is horrible, and Josh Freeman is red hot what means this offense will be grooving all day. Do what you can to get Doug on your team before his value escalates.
STEVIE JOHNSON – WR – BUF
Stevie is the man for the Bills.
His stats may not show it, but Fitzpatrick throws to this guy very frequently. Over 10 Targets nearly every week, and now the Bills offense is starting to click. With CJ Spiller and Fred Jackson doing damage, Stevie is ready for his monster game. Buy him now before his value skyrockets through the roof.
ANDRE JOHNSON – WR – HOU
Another vote of confidence here. Andre has a plus matchup against a Ravens team that really is hurting everywhere. Look for Andre take advantage of this weak secondary that has to double up and stop the run now that Ray Lewis is out. Andre is over-due for a MONSTER game. This Sunday can easily be it.
Do what you can to get this top 5 WR for a #15 WR price.
KENNY BRITT – WR – TEN
Britt was a stud last season.
Before he got injured and tore his ACL. He was the #1 WR in Fantasy Football through the first two weeks, and now he is back to full-strength. On top of that he has his favorite QB slinging him the ball, and a great matchup against the Bills. Owners may not be aware of his potential, but it just as good as all the STUDS in the game.
Owners treat him like a WR#3, he is really a high-end WR#2.
JERMICHAEL FINLEY – TE – GB
Someone is missing from this party. Not Greg Jennings.
The Packers are going extremely pass heavy, which means Finley is overdue to find himself a big game. He is still one of the biggest TE threats in the game, his hands are a problem. Though that is not a sentence you want to read, Rodgers will continue to give him the ball.
With other websites telling you has fallen out of the top 10 in TEs, now is the time to grab the Ex-Star.
ROBERT GRIFFIN III – QB – WAS
RGIII is saved by his legs.
This is very similar to what Cam Newton did last season, and it worked for a full season, minus the passing numbers. Not saying it will not work for RGIII, but take away that 70+ Yard TD run at the end of the game in kill-clock mode, and you have yourself a pretty average day. His passing numbers are not going to get the job done, and I would be much happier with Matthew Stafford and another solid player for RGIII.
FRANK GORE – RB – SF
Thursday Night, Gore did everything he needed to do for him to be a sell-high candidate.
Granted that he is not seriously injured, Gore tore apart a Seattle defense which is one of the best in the NFC. Gore is only getting older, his schedule is only getting harder, and Brandon Jacobs is just itching to get his shots at being a valuable RB in this committee.
If you can trade Gore for any of the RB’s above in the Buy-Low category, or Willis McGahee. You would be crazy not to.
BENJARVUS GREEN-ELLIS – RB – CIN
Green-Ellis is looking slow.
The Bengals are about to really go pass happy to finish out the season as they are thrilled with what they have in AJ Green and Andy Dalton. If Bernard Scott was still healthy he would be the RB by now. For now, you can try to exchange Green-Ellis for anyone above him in the R.O.S Rankings.
His schedule is only getting worst from here.
SHONN GREENE – RB – NYJ
Get what you can.
Shonn Greene’s performance last week was a fluke. The Colts defense has no skill, and Bilal Powell got injured which opened the door for Greene to carry the full load. With Greene facing New England this week, you can expect the Jets to fall behind and lean on Tebow as the RB. Should be interesting.
Any player that is ranked higher than Greene in the R.O.S rankings below is the player to grab.
BRANDON LLOYD – WR – NE
Having Tom Brady you can never count Brandon out.
With that being said, you can never count on consistency. With Lloyd demanding attention from the top CB every week, chances are Brady will take the wide open Wes Welker/Aaron Hernandez or even try the mismatch with Rob Gronkowski. With the Patriots being a running football team. Now is the time to package Brandon Lloyd and another RB to get a star RB.
There are waiver wire WRs in shallow leagues who have the same potential as Lloyd with his inconsistency. Trade him.
JORDY NELSON – WR – GB
After his 3 TD game, Jordy is on top of the Fantasy world. This week he has a tough matchup with Cortland Finnegan, which could only mean that either he gets locked up completely. Or Finnegan moves around.
Regardless now is the time to trade Jordy Nelson for nearly any struggling superstar RB you want.
WES WELKER – WR – NE
Last week Wes showed that he is still capable of a big game despite Aaron Hernandez healthy.
Only problem is Rob Gronkowski and Brandon Lloyd did not do anything. Chances are, that is not going to happen very often. There are too many great options in the passing game for the Patriots, and now you can trade Wes Welker and really get a superstar WR.
As soon as he has a bad game, everyone will start to realize what I just wrote above. Trade him now for Andre Johnson while you can.
KYLE RUDOLPH – TE – MIN
Owners are willing to pay a lot for a TE who is on the field as much as Kyle Rudolph is. He did not miss a snap last week, and he is clearly the #2 option in the Vikings passing. Only problem is Christian Ponder is an inconsistent road QB, and you cannot count on Rudolph consistently if you cannot count on Ponder consistently.
Combo Kyle with a weaker RB. Turn him into a stronger TE such as JerMichael Finley.
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