2010 IDP Waiver Wire Pickups: Week 6

Now that the bye weeks are in full swing, waiver wire pickups become that much more important. As I always say, championships are won on the waiver wire, not in the draft.

Here are a few IDP news tidbits from Week 5:

First off, my apologies go out to anyone who started Keith Brooking based off of my "Lock of the Week" recommendation. He was absolutely atrocious as he failed to register even one stinkin' tackle. In my defense, Brooking missed multiple tackles and had two separate chances for an interception, but due to his hands of stone, he wasn't able to bring the ball in successfully. Also, the Titans came out throwing the ball much more than expected which led to less tackle opportunities for the Dallas linebackers. Even with this being said, I'm still going to have a hard time recommending this pumpkin pie, haircutted freak in the future.


Osi Umenyiora continues to play well despite battling injuries as he had 2 more sacks last week making that 5 total sacks in his last two games. He's quickly becoming a high DL2 in the majority of IDP leagues.

Barrett Ruud just doesn't look the same this year. He's not getting off blocks well and I'm concerned that the improved play of Tampa linebackers Geno Hayes and Quincy Black is going to continue to cut into his numbers. I'd try to unload Ruud in a trade if possible.

Brian Cushing played pretty darn well in his return. The "Cush" racked up 9 total tackles (4 solos) against the Giants. It appears safe to re-insert him back into your lineups as an every week starter.

Jon Beason finally broke out against the Bears in Week 5 while James Anderson fell back down to Earth a bit. I expect this trend to continue as the season progresses. I would buy low on Beason and sell high on Anderson.

Eric Weddle continued his string of mediocrity last week as he only managed 3 solo tackles and 1 assist against a pretty good matchup in the Raiders. I'm personally done starting Weddle in all of my leagues. There are way too many solid choices at the DB position to continue to start him or even have him on your bench in shallower leagues.

There are a couple of safeties in Donte Whitner and Nedu Ndukwe that I recommended last week that had very good games and are on bye this coming week. Make sure that you don't forget about them heading into Week 7 as they both have mid DB2 to low DB1 potential. Whitner has more long-term value than Ndukwe as Nedu is likely to head back to the bench once Roy "Horse Collar" Williams returns from injury.

Here are the waiver wire suggestions for Week 6:


DL


1. RDE Matt Shaughnessy (OAK) @ SF - An injury to weak side linebacker Quentin Groves has forced right defensive end Trevor Scott to slide back to linebacker. This means that Shaughnessy is no longer splitting time with Scott and should remain a three-down lineman as long as Scott continues to fill in for the injured/underperforming Groves. "Shag Nasty" had 6 total tackles and a sack last week against the Chargers offensive line increasing his sack totals to 3 on the season. He projects as a DL3 with DL2 upside.


2. LDE Isreal Idonije (CHI) vs. SEA - The somewhat surprising release of Mark Anderson gives Idonije the opportunity to have a more expanded role at the left defensive end position. In his first game in a full-time role, he put an impressive 3 sacks to go along with 7 total tackles. This makes 4 sacks in 2 games for Isreal who should continue to receive one-on-one matchups as teams focus the majority of their attention on Julius Peppers. As we all know, the defensive line position is quite thin this year in fantasy football and Idonije has a good of chance to help solidify that position for you.

3. RDE/WLB Trevor Scott (OAK) @ SF - As I mentioned above, Scott has moved to weak side linebacker in place of the injured Quentin Groves. This transfer obviously helped Scott's tackles numbers as he put up 7 total tackles which were more than he had racked up in the previous 4 games combined. Scott is still listed as a DE in most scoring systems and is a very sneaky pickup in tackle-heavy leagues.
***SNEAKY-PLAY SPECIAL***


***THE GURU'S LOCK OF THE WEEK***

RDE Chris Clemons (SEA) @ CHI - I'm going to stick with the trend of starting defensive ends who play the Bears as Chicago has allowed a league high 21 sacks and 36 quarterback hits. Clemons has had back-to-back 2 sack games and matches up well against Chicago's porous offensive line. He's coming off a bye week and may have been dropped in your league. If so, scoop him up as he's got a good shot for a sack this week.

Chris Clemons



LB

1. WLB Clint Session (IND) @ WASH - Session was one of my favorite undervalued IDPs heading into the season. He plays on the weak side in a cover-2 based defensive scheme and therefore has an above average amount of tackle opportunities. Session has been bothered by injuries for the entire season causing him to miss 2 1/2 games so far. He's now back to playing full-time and seems to be completely recovered. He put up 8 solo tackles and 2 assists last week against the Chiefs and should have low to mid LB2 value moving forward. I'd rather him him on my roster than Gary Brackett at this point. If Session is available on your wire, I'd grab him as he's a good long-term plug-in.

2. SLB Gerald McRath (TEN) @ JAX - I have to admit, McRath's numbers last week were a bit surprising to me. The comments made my Jeff Fisher earlier in Week 5 indicated that McRath would be brought back slowly. However, McRath was in for a majority of the team's snaps and put up a 7-1-0 stat line in his first game back from a four game suspension. McRath makes for a great dynasty league pickup and a good flex play in deeper leagues.

3. SLB Stephen Nicholas (ATL) @ PHI - Rookie Sean Weatherspoon left last week's game in the 3rd quarter after re-injuring his ankle and was seen wearing a knee brace after the game. If "Spoon" can't go against the Eagles in Week 6, Nicholas will likely fill in. The Eagles aren't a great matchup, but "Saint" Nicholas had 12 solo tackles in Week 4 against the 49ers when he last filled in for Weatherspoon and is a good option in deeper leagues.

4. WILB Kevin Burnett @ StL - There is value to be had within the Chargers inside linebacking crew. However, due to injuries/heavy rotations of different players, there hasn't been much consistency from any of the inside backers; except for Burnett. He's managed 5 or more solos in each of his first 5 games and now has had back-to-back multiple sack games. He has a nice matchup this week against the Rams and I wouldn't be afraid to use him as a low LB2, high LB3 if you need to sub someone as a bye week filler.


***THE GURU'S LOCK OF THE WEEK***

WILB Desmond Bishop (GB) vs. MIA - People who follow the Packers closely were aware of Bishop's potential and were interested to see how he would perform in place of the injured Nick Barnett. Bishop made the most of his new role as the starting weak inside linebacker by posting 11 total tackles and a sack. This is impressive considering the Redskins entered the week allowing the 5th least fantasy points to opposing linebackers. With Nick Barnett likely done for the season with a wrist injury, Bishop becomes a must grab linebacker in deeper leagues (and in shallower leagues if you need help at the position) as he has LB2+ upside. He's got a great matchup this week against the run-heavy Dolphins and figures to be a great start. This could shape up to be a similar situation to what we saw with David Hawthorne last season.

Desmond Bishop



DB

1. RCB Kyle Wilson (NYJ) @ DEN - This pickup is solely depends on if Darrelle Revis plays against the Broncos in Week 6 or not. Assuming Revis does NOT play, Wilson is in for a big day as the Broncos have completely abandoned their running game and have instead choose to attack their opponents through the air. Kyle Orton is currently averaging over 42 pass attempts per game and the Broncos are consequently giving up the most fantasy points to opposing cornerbacks. You can bet that Orton will be looking Wilson's way often as he has struggled as of late.
***CB-REQUIRED SPECIAL***

2. FS Cody Grimm (TB) vs. NO - Grimm was forced into the starting lineup after Tanard Jackson's season-ending suspension in Week 3. In the two games he has started, Grimm has put up a solid 13 solo tackles and 5 assists as well as a pick-six. This position has been a fairly productive one in fantasy terms and with the New Orleans Saints next on the schedule, Grimm figures to be a solid play again this week.


3. FS Troy Nolan (HOU) vs. KC - Nolan, a 7th rounder out of Arizona, has come out of nowhere to become a solid playmaker in the Texans secondary. In his first two games as a starter, he has put up 12 total tackles and 2 interceptions. He's still likely to split some snaps with Eugene Wilson, but Nolan is still worth picking up in those deep, dynasty leagues.
***DEEP, DYNASTY LEAGUE SPECIAL***

4. RCB Patrick Robinson (NO) @ TB - Filling in for the injured Tracy Porter, rookie Patrick Robinson racked up 8 solo tackles against the Cardinals as they made a point to attack his side of the field. Porter is out at least a couple of more weeks and Robinson should continue to see a good amount of balls thrown his way as teams try to avoid throwing to Jabari Greer. The "rookie corner" rule should be in full-effect here.

***THE GURU'S LOCK OF THE WEEK***

FS Michael Huff (OAK) @ SF - Huff is finally starting to live up to some of the hype he generated when he was drafted with the 7th overall pick in the 2006 draft. He currently leads all Raiders with 29 solo tackles and has increased his tackle numbers every week since the start of the season. He has a great matchup against the 49ers this week as they are currently allowing the 5th most fantasy points to opposing safeties and as long as Rolando McClain continues to struggle, Huff should see above-average tackle opportunities.

Michael Huff

Thanks a bunch for reading and feel free to ask me any specific questions. I want to help you dominate your fantasy leagues!

Until next time, this is The IDP Guru signing off.


Last Updated: October 12 , 2010



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79 comments :

Anonymous said...

Who do you like more for the year, HUFF or TYVON BRANCH?

Anonymous said...

Hi Guru, Thanks alot for your articles. I currently have Timmons, Cushing, Vilma, and Brooking as my LBs. I was thinking about dropping Brooking. Should I hold on to him or would you drop him in favor of any LBs that you have listed? Thanks in advance

Anonymous said...

Great job - I have Weddle who is just killing me. Thinking about dropping him for Pat Chung, Tj Ward or Donte Witner. Any thoughts? Thanks

Anonymous said...

^ Of course you drop Weddle for Chung! Chung is a db 1 and arguably THE #1 db . Suprised he's sitting out there, even after a bye.

Anonymous said...

Our league idp section has a 'dp' position akin to the offensive flex position. This week I am hit by a bye. I would like to pick someone up that would really rack some tackles up. All of the peoplle you mention for week six are available. Tulloch, Greenway, or D. Hall could also be had in a cheap trade.Matchups considered, whom would you recommend? .........bkent@esrta.com

Jonathan (Hickory, NC) said...

Guru, what's your take on Jared Allen. He's been pretty mediocre so far this year. Are you buying or selling him right now? Osi is looking like a much better play week-to-week than is Allen, in my opinion.

ehamilton23 said...

Guru, you have the best IDP information on the net. I have won 3 straight championships going for my 4th because of my defensive guys. I need a one week filler for Whitner, who do you like best Cody Grimm, Robinson (NO), Bethea (IN)Considine (JAC)?

Anonymous said...

Mr. Guru, I dropped R. McClain for Brooking last week. I lost by 2, thanks. lol. Losing my undefeated season does make it sting a little bit though. How would you rank these LB's the rest of the way? D. Bishop, J. Harrison, K. Dansby, L. Woodley? (I need to make a waiver priority list for Brooking and/or Geno Hayes.) -James in, WI

Anonymous said...

In a 16 team league where each can have 5 LB on their roster is Deandre Levy worth picking up? Same deal with DB's...how about Ed Reed?

Anonymous said...

How long does one wait on Cliff Avril...so much hype...so little production?

Anonymous said...

What the heck has happened to David Hawthorne's production this season? Is his back injury lingering and breaking my back in the process?

Anonymous said...

Would you take Bishop over AJ Hawk in GB? Are they both playing in nickel packages (Miami shouldn't run many but still). Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Got a couple of questions for you:

I have Timmons and Posluszney, but need a bye week filler for LB.
Which would you think is better:
Desmond Bishop or D. Johnson

I have Brandon Flowers and Greg Toler at CB, but need a Bye week filler.
Which would you choose:

Patrick Robinson
Alphonso Smith
Jabari Greer
B. Fletcher,
McKelvin

finally, I need 2 DEs for the rest of the season (lost Ayers this week).
I was thinking of Clemons and Shaugnessy,
however these players are also available:

Corey Williams
Rob Ninkovich
Keisel
Chris Kelsay
LaBoy

Which 2 have the most value going thru from here on out?

Thank you for an amazing site!
ReadyMan

Anonymous said...

All hail the IDP Guru!!! ALL HAIL!!!

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
You still gotta go with Branch for the year.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
I would drop Brooking (pumpkin pie haircutted freak) for Session and or Bishop. Session is the safer play, Bishop is riskier with a higher payoff.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
PICK UP CHUNG! He's currently the #2 DB behind LaRon Landry in my book. I may be a bit biased as I own both guys :)

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
I really think Tulloch is going to tear it up the rest of the year and Greenway is playing very solid. I would go out and try and trade for one of those two. Otherwise, I would pick up Bishop against the Dolphins for this week. Clint Session more for the long-term.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Jonathan (Hickory, NC)
You have to be patient with lineman. We are only about 1/3 of the way through the season. Allen could very well explode for 3 or 4 sacks in a game and catch up to everyone else. He's too valuable to sell low on at this point.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@ehamilton23
None of those options are overly exciting. Bethea is your best option.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
Yah, Brooking killed me too. Luckily, I pulled out a victory by two points. I would rank those linebackers in the following order:

1) Dansby
2) Harrison
3) Bishop
4) Woodley

In tackle-heavy leagues, Bishop has the upside to leap frog Harrison.

Anonymous said...

Great job GURU!

who would you choose for week 6?

pick 2:
TJ ward, Dansby, or bishop?

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
Levy is worth a pickup as a LB5 due to his potential upside. If he can ever get healthy, he could put up some nice tackle numbers down the stretch come fantasy playoff time.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
I'm not high on Ed Reed since the vast majority of his points are predicated on big plays which are inconsistent from year to year.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
Depending on your waiver wire options, I wouldn't hesitant to drop Cliff Avril. He's been hyped up for the last couple seasons and has never come through. I'm personally a bit fed up with him.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
I'm sure his injury is slowing down his production a bit. However, his decrease in tackle numbers is largely due to Seattle using a lot of nickel and dime packages where Hawthorne leaves the field in favor of bringing in an extra DB. It's hard to put up the same numbers you did as a full-time player when you are only playing 60-65% of the snaps.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
From what I saw last week, it appeared as though both Hawk and Bishop were playing in the nickel. This is likely to remain the situation until Brandon Chillar gets healthy. Then the area gets a little more grey. I would rather have Bishop at this point since he plays on the weak side and has a little bit higher upside in my opinion.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
I like Derrick Johnson a bit better at this point.

I'd go with Patrick Robinson. Even though the matchup isn't the greatest this week, I think he will get tested quite a bit again this week against the Bucs.

Go with Clemons and "Shag Nasty."

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
I'd go with Dansby and Bishop.

Anonymous said...

thanks for your reply =)

Anonymous said...

do you put any of the DBs this week above Atogwe?

Anonymous said...

Have to play one DL plus 2 any D. I have Charles Johnson, but he's got a bye this week. Two any D positions are Ward (doing great so far) and Suggs who has totally sucked this year. On the line, Ngata, James Hall, Barry Cofield and ALL THREE of your waiver wire pickups are available. Who would you recommend? For the other 2, I think I should hang on to Ward, but dump Suggs who has failed to produce at all this year. Everyone you've mentioned above is still available - LB, DB, whatever. What would your recommend?

J said...

Guru,

solo tack=1, assist=.5, pass defense=1, sack=3, int=3

I've got to start 2 CBs in my league and need to pick one up. Who do you think will be the best for the rest of the year; Richard Marshall, A. Verner, or Winfield.

Also, who do you think is the best DE from here on out; justin smith, clemons or ray edwards? Thanks!

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Who do u like better for this week and rest of the year? Wake or Sessions? Which 3 would u start this week?
Laurinitis
Mayo
Wake
Sessions
Bishop
Im actually thinking of sitting son of animal

Anonymous said...

Hi Guru ... I have Jacob Ford as my BU DL ... should I drop him for Trevor Scott? I can only make a limited number of moves.
Thanks

Lance said...

Great call on Verner last week for my CB slot! That's two huge weeks in a row- is he worth sticking with for the rest of the year or do I play the matchups with your recommendations?

Dane said...

Hey Ryan,

I have Chris Clemons, Dwan Edwards(bye), Justin Smith, and Kyle Vanden Bosch as my lineman. Kyle started out great but has been dissapointing as of late. Trevor Scott is on the wire and is also listed as a DE on my site.

Would you drop Vanden Bosch or one of my other guys for Scott?

Thanks for your help!

Anonymous said...

pick 2 for this week, Tamba Hali, Chris Clemons or Dave Ball. THanks

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
No, I really like Atogwe's matchup this week against the passing attack of the Chargers.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
Suggs has actually been quite good as a lineman, but if he's classified as a linebacker he's dumpable.

I'd pick up Chris Clemons for a defensive lineman. And Clint Session for linebacker.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@J
I'd go with Marshall and Winfield since Verner is likely to head back to the bench once McCourty is healthy again.

I like Ray Edwards as bit over Clemons. Then Justin Smith.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
Wake this week, Session ROS in tackle-heavy, Wake ROS in big-play.

I'd start Mayo, Laurinaitis, and Bishop.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
Scott would be a definite upgrade but there's no guarantee he stays at linebacker. If your desperate for some points right now, pickup Scott. Otherwise wait until we have more info.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Lance
I would go with matchups. I play on dropping Verner in a couple of leagues as I think his playing time will be limited once McCourty comes back in a couple of weeks.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Dane
I'd hold onto Vanden Bosch.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
Hali and Clemons.

Cassie said...

Would you drop James Hall for another DL? tackle heavy league - 2 points per tackle, 1 per assist. Anyone out there I should target. Have Tuck as my other.

Dan said...

Great site, it's been a big help this year (my first idp year).

I was wondering, which 2 DLs would you prefer the rest of the way--Dwan Edwards, Chris Clemons, James Hall, or Stylez White?
(scoring is 3pts for solo, 2pts assist, 5pts sack, 4pts FF, 3pts FR)

Evan said...

Need help fast, Guru! Leaving Friday morning and need lineup set by then....

I have Haloti Ngata, and with a beat up knee and going against the Pats, who don't give up many points for DL's, I was wondering if you think I should pick up Ndamu(king)kong Suh, or Jason Babin, who are both going against some pretty sorry OL's.

Screwed said...

So in my haste to get the best linebackers possible I managed to get John Beason, James Anderson, and Paul Posluszny. All of whom are on bye this week. We can only have 3 linebackers in our league and can play two of them. One as a designated LB and the other as a flex LB/DB/DL. So who do I trade or drop this week to fill this hole. Most of your week 6 pickups at LB are available to pick up on waivers. I am also considering leaving my LB slot unfilled this week and risking losing this weekend in order to keep these three LB's. I can fill the flex spot easily enough with a DB.
v/r
Screwed

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Cassie
I would drop Hall for Clemons or Shaughnessy and possibly Trevor Scott if he's classified as a DL in your league.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Dan
I'd go with Clemons and White. I still sticking with "Stylez."

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Evan
The Giants offensive line actually isn't that bad. On the other hand, the Jaguars line is. I would have to say pickup up Babin.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Screwed
I would dump/trade James Anderson. I see his production declining as the season wears on and Beason's rising (we saw signs of this last week). I like Desmond Bishop this week against the Dolphins.

unrulyurchin said...

Drop David Harris for Ruud, Bishop, or Delmas?

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@unrulyurchin
Both Harris and Ruud are underperforming this year. I would still say they are both more valuable than Bishop, however. And I don't preach dropping linebackers for safeties.

Harris is a tough person to drop because he could have a huge game at any time and Ruud is struggling as much as Harris right now. I would keep Harris for now.

Anonymous said...

I have Jared Allen and Justin Tuck. Would you drop Allen for Clemons since he seems to be more productive at this point? Extremely disappointed in Allen so far and everyone keeps saying he'll get his, but I don't know how many more weeks I can wait when lately the matchups in my league have been decided by very few points.

Ryan said...

Sorry I meant to include my name (Ryan).

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Ryan
I feel your pain, but I think dropping Allen would be a mistake. Lineman are so damn sporadic and inconsistent from week to week. I feel like although Allen may not have an elite-type year like he has in years past, he's a prideful player and will get his numbers up to a respectable range. Lineman are so thin. Keep Allen.

Ryan said...

Thanks, I'll go ahead and hold onto him for now and see what happens over the course of the next few weeks.

Ryan said...

Got one more question I'm seeking advice on. Would you start Tulloch over Chung this week? I'm not sure if the Raven style of offense will give Chung as many opportunities as did the Dolphins. Just curious.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Ryan
Yes, I would start Tulloch over Chung.

Ryan said...

Thanks! This a great site btw, just starting reading it because I've been doing a ton of IDP research for this season (last year was my 1st yr in IDP and didn't concentrate on it much). We start 6 IDP players and so far all of my guys are somewhere in the top 5 or 10 for each category so it's paying off HUGE. Several players are even outperforming notable WR's and RB's.

Anonymous said...

Ryan, quick question. Would you go Session or Stewart Bradley just for this week?

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
I would go Bradley. His matchup is superb against Atlanta this week and I think he will rack up a few tackles in coverage as well against Tony Gonzalez since he was exposed in that area last week against Vernon Davis and the 49ers.

Anonymous said...

Hey Ryan, GREAT site! I'm in a very unique high scoring full offense/defense keeper PPR league. We play (on defense) DT,DE,DE,LB,LB,LB,CB,CB,S,S.
Points are as follows:
Sack=9pts
INT=11
Tkl=1.5 (+1 per 5)
FF=9
FR=3
PD=4

I have some nice LBs (pts so far this season)
Posluszny (52)
Wake (80)
Lofton (90)
Tulloch (94)
Derrick Johnson (80)

I always thought Posluszny was my best starter, but who do you feel, if any, are must starts every week over the others?

I've also heard you say that Verner is going o lose playing time, however, in my league rookies can be kept up to 2 additional years if drafted or 1 additional year if kept on your roster. Does he then have enough value to keep if I can keep him 1 more year at no cost? I ask because I've been offered Dez Bryant (55) who I can keep for free for 2 additional years for Verner (78) and Wake (80). Crazy, I know!

Thanks for any help!

Anonymous said...

Sorry, but for reference both the highest WR (R. White) and LB (Urlacher) have 130 pts

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
I think Posluszny, Lofton, and Tulloch are every week starters. With Johnson and Wake as bye week fill-ins. I would do the Verner and Wake for Dez Bryant trade. I'm a huge Cowboys fan and don't have many doubts that Dez Bryant is going to be huge down the road. He just needs to get healthy.

I don't see Verner being that valuable in dynasty leagues.

Anonymous said...

who whould u start Bradley or Bishop and S.White or I.Idonije and D.Ball

Dane said...

Hey Ryan,

I would really appreciate any advice on who you would start this week.

Scoring - Sack 6pts, INT 3pts, FF 3pts, PD 3pts, Tackles DL-3pts, LB-1.5, DB-2pts Assists half the tackle points.

We start 2 DL, 2LB, 2DB's and one flex(additional of any the 3 positions)

DL
Chris Clemons
Trevor Scott
Justin Smith
Kyle Vanden Bosch

LB
AJ Hawk
Clint Session
Cameron Wake
Chad Greenway

DB
Michael Huff
Lawyer Milloy
Antrel Rolle
TJ Ward

I was thinking of playing my flex out of the DL position this week. What do you think?

Thanks for all the advice and guidance!

Anonymous said...

Hey man,

Can you give me your advice. Please pick 2 of the 4. Stewart Bradley, Rolando Mcclian, Bishop or AJ Hawk

Anonymous said...

Hey Guru you rock, I have one question about a website that is linked here on your site hattywaiverwireguru.com his waiver wire pickups of the week looks like he's just copied and pasted from your site just wondered of you knew.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
I'd start Bradley and Idonije.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Dane
DL:
Chris Clemons
Trevor Scott (if he's still playing WLB)

LB:
Hawk
Greenway

DB:
Huff
Ward

Flex I would start Session. I always try and start a linebacker if possible.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
Bradley and Bishop (if Chillar is out still) otherwise Hawk.

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
Yah, Hatty and I are good friends. We do a weekly radio show together and I told him that he could syndicate my waiver wire articles on his site. Good looking out though :)!

Anonymous said...

at cb who to start Winfield or Verner

Dane said...

Thanks Ryan!

Ryan Sitzmann said...

@Anonymous
I like Winfield against the Cowboys passing attack over Verner.

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