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A Crab Walks Into A Tree (WEEK 11)
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Everywhere, and I Mean everywhere. All sites are telling people to scoop up Mr. Michael Crabtree. The Receiver who was some how drafted after Darrius Heyward-Bey in the 2009 NFL Draft. While it may be appealing to pickup Crabtree who was a favorite target of Colin Kaepernick. I would not go out of the way to break up any core players to get him.
MICHAEL CRABTREE – WR – SF
Crabtree is coming off of an Achilles injury, easily the hardest injury to come back from. He has not set return date, but is expected back in action later this month. Let us hypothetically say he comes back to play December 1st, the question is. Will you start him?
WEEK 13 vs. STL
Crabtree returns against the Rams. While this matchup looks good on paper, the 49ers will likely ease Crabtree back into his role. On top of that, this game will be a blowout before Crabtree gets the chance to contribute for your team.
WEEK 14 vs. SEA
There is no way you trust Crabtree in the first round of the Fantasy Football Playoffs, especially against Seattle.
WEEK 15 @ TB
He likely will not see Revis Island much, but do you really start him at this critcial juncture of the season without him performing up to this date? The answer is..No.
WEEK 16 VS. ATL
You made it to the Championship in your Fantasy Football Season. While Crabtree does have a favorable matchup, the fact is, he did not get you to the Championship. There is another WR, or a WR on your bench who had a big game that has the matchup you really want to go with. Either way, if Crabtree has done nothing up to this point, why risk your Championship on Mr. Crab.
WEEK 17 @ ARI
For those leagues that keep going until Week 17. This matchup does not look good on paper, Kaepernick struggles against the Cardinals too often to trust him this late in the season. Like I said, you probably made it this far with other WRs, at least 2-3 WRs you like on your team more than Crabtree.
Let Crabtree walk to the other teams on the Wire. He is not even close to worth a move, unless your team is depending on Percy Harvin as your #2 WR and you have nothing else behind that.
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RAINEY VS. LEONARD
BOBBY RAINEY – RB – TB
Brian Leonard is going to be involved a lot, but Rainey has the CJ Spiller type of speed that makes him interesting. While a CJ Spiller comparison may be giving him too much credit, he is worth a stash now that Mike James is out for the season. Brian Leonard is an okay stash as well, both rankings are reflected in the rankings up top.
RB STASH OF THE WEEK
MARK INGRAM – RB – NO
He is looking stronger and faster than ever. He still has Pierre Thomas and Darren Sproles ahead of him on the depth chart, but Ingram is one injury away from being close to a RB#2.
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.