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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 7

by: AnthonyP On  Thursday, October 16, 2008

Matt RyanTotal Pro Sports – So far we have hit the mid way point of the NFL season.  How does you fantasy football team look so far?  Are you in good shape? You might be in the middle looking for that extra push to win your fantasy football league. 

Poolies think that at this stage in most Fantasy Football Leagues all free agents have no true value.  If you just look around you may find who you thought at the beginning of the season had no fantasy value. 

These are just a few FANTASY FOOTBALL WAIVER WIRE we think may help your team for the rest of the fantasy Football Season. 

QB – Matt Ryan, ATL - Ryan is turning into a respectable fantasy quarterback.  In the last two weeks he’s put together 495 yards and 3 touchdowns against solid defenses, Chicago and Green Bay.  After his bye week Ryan will face, after Philadelphia, Oakland, New Orleans and Denver. All four teams should be generous to Ryan.

RB – Warrick Dunn, TB - You didn’t even know he was still around did you?  We’ll he is and he’s grabbed a large role in the Buccaneer’s backfield scoring at least 10 points in the last three weeks in points per reception leagues.

RB – Ray Rice, BAL – McGahee has a banged up knee and if he misses extended time Ray Rice will be able to fill the void.  His upcoming schedule is favorable so he’s worth stashing on your bench.

WR – Steve Smith, NYG - In a points per reception league he’s been solid over the past three weeks.  19 receptions and 185 yards.  He’s emerging as decent flex option and could see his role expanded in the Giant‘s offense.

WR – Bobby Wade, MIN – With Adrian Peterson in the backfield Vikings wide receivers have seen plenty of one on one coverage and Wade has cashed in.  Averaging six receptions and 70 yards over the last three games should be an indicator of things to come.  Expect similar numbers against Chicago, Houston, and Green Bay over his next three games.

TE – John Carlson, SEA – The rookie tight-end out of Notre Dame has been a top-10 tight-end in some scoring formats, even with unsteady quarterback play.  He’ll be solid the rest of the year with no real dominating wide-outs to compete with.

K – Joe Nedney, SF – He’s actually a top kicker right now except no one seems to notice.  Grab him and stash him.  He has solid match ups during typical fantasy playoffs weeks (14, 15, 16) of the Jets, Dolphins, and Rams.

DEF – Arizona Cardinals – You saw the end of their game against the Cowboys.  Expect more of that with Jake Delhomme ( 3 Interceptions last week), Marc Bulger and JT O’Sullivan.  They already are a top 10 defense,  I’ll bet they remain their for the rest of the year.

Keep an eye out for our next Fantasy Football Waiver Wire.  Were always looking to help your fantasy football team.




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