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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire (Week 11)

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By Mike Dietrich

Week 10 is in the books and we are back again with a new list of free agents , Here are the players that hopefully you did not ignore last week;  J James, Freeeman, Cassel, James Jones, B Gibson,  Mike Goodson, S Rice,

Here is a list of players to target for your weekly waiver moves this week;

  • Tyler Thigpen-  I am a believer due to his awesome run 2 years ago for the Chiefs, watch Henne not get his job back.
  • Keiland Williams-He has been on this list before and due to last night’s breakout, he has a job share at the very least.
  • Jason Avant-  He may be the 3rd Wr in the high flying Eagles offense but Vick does find him, while they have an excellent fantasy playoff schedule.
  • Earl Bennet–  Seems to be a Cutler favorite as he was a college teammate, this is just a hunch.
  • Jacoby Ford-Had a break out game before the bye and Oakland awful pass defenses ahead of them the rest of the year.
  • B Hartline-Had a big game last week and Thiggy did look for him more than Bess.
  • T Hightower-Not sure if Wells is ever going to stay on the field and since they will be losing most games, his pass catching will rack up the yards.
  • Massaquoi-With McCoy he becomes a relevant option
  • Justin Forsett-It is a shot in the dark but he is a #1 RB on a 1st place team.
  • Bernard Scott- The Benson train is moving slowly and with them out of it, he could get a shot.
  • Earl Doucet-Another Card who will get targets when they are trailing throughout the rest of the season.

We will continue to send out a start/sit column the end of the week listing players who will either over perform their weekly ranking or underperform the same.

Good Luck this week!

Fantasy Mike

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