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Below is a list of some names that Craig, Greg and Mike think could be worth a shot on your roster. This list will be updated throughout the day Monday, just in time for waiver wire openings on Tuesday.
1. Kevin Kolb, Philadelphia — Chances are, he’s gone. Just in case he’s not, get him and use him until Andy Reid gives the job back to Vick.
2. Shaun Hill, Detroit — My gosh man… are you still not convinced? It’s hard to argue with the numbers’ he’s posting on a weekly basis.
3. Ryan Fitzpatrick, Buffalo — Can’t argue with 3 more TD passes with no interceptions. Remember, however, this is Buffalo, so please temper your expectations.
1. Earnest Graham, Tampa Bay — For some reason, everyone is ignoring this guy. Yet all he does is catch passes, rush for over 6 yards per carry, and score an occasional touchdown.
2. Deji Karim, Jacksonville — After missing the last six weeks with a thumb injury, Karim debut in huge fashion. He ran 15 times for 70 yards and racked up 145 total yards on kickoff returns. The only real reason Karim got so much work in the backfield was because Rashad Jennings was out with a shoulder injury, but snatch Karim up in return leagues and see if he can give Jennings some heat for the backup spot. The team was very high on him before the injury.
3. Mike Hart, Indianapolis — Hart ran 11 times for 50 yards and punched in the team’s only touchdown against the Chiefs. With it revealed that Joseph Addai injured his shoulder and Donald Brown dealing with a hamstring injury, the Colts may need to look Hart’s way for Week Six against the Redskins, who can ran over by Packers RB Brandon Jackson this week.
4. James Starks, Green Bay — Not much to say about him other than the fact he’ll eventually challenge Brandon Jackson for the starting job in Green Bay when he returns from the PUP list.
1. Danny Amendola, St. Louis — I’ve still seen him available on some waiver wires, and after Clayton’s injury news combined with the fact Bradford really likes him, Amendola is a “must have”.
2. Steve Johnson, Buffalo — There was some talk about Roscoe Parrish in recent weeks, but Johnson is actually proving to be legit in this offense with Fitzpatrick.
3. Brandon Stokley, Seattle — Don’t expect much for another week or two, but Mr. Ole’ Reliable could produce some decent numbers.
4. Brandon Gibson, St. Louis — Gibson started over Laurent Robinson this week, but only caught two passes for 34 yards. However, with the news that Mark Clayton is out for the year with a knee injury, Gibson could see a bigger role if he is picked as Clayton’s replacement. He is someone to look at in larger leagues, but keep in mind that the team will be linked to Vincent Jackson.
5. Anthony Armstrong, Washington — Armstrong didn’t start, but he was in a lot of two-receiver sets across from Santana Moss. Armstrong caught his first score of the season and tallied 84 yards off three receptions. Please keep in mind that he is only someone to look at in 14-team leagues and higher. Donovan McNabb showed he still has the arm to throw the long bomb to Armstrong, but he won’t see many receptions over the course of the season. Think of a poor man’s James Jones.
6. Mardy Gilyard, St. Louis — Word just came out that Gilyard is the “most likely immediate replacement” for Mark Clayton right now because he is familiar with the flanker position. Gilyard and Sam Bradford made a quick connection during offseason workouts, but it’s hard to imagine him having fantasy value so quickly. He’s someone to keep on the radar for right now.
7. Chansi Stuckey, Cleveland — Seems to be a favorite of Jake Delhomme, and with news about Seneca Wallace possibly being out for a while, Stuckey might get more looks each week.
8. Golden Tate, Seattle — The Deion Branch trade has opened things up at the WR position. Golden Tate, even as a rookie, seems to be primed to see an increase in snaps and has the ability to stretch the field. Tate can make some plays and will be given the opportunity to do so. Tate has the most upside out of the WRs, and could be the fantasy option out of the Emerald City.
1. Ben Watson, Cleveland — His value might not be as high without Seneca Wallace, but Watson is still a good pass-catcher.
2. Andrew Quarless — The rookie out of Penn State gets the starting job by default with both Jermichael Finley (knee – 3-6 weeks) and Donald Lee (shoulder – 2 weeks) out. Quarless did look good in relief Week Five, catching four passes for 51 yards against the Redskins, so he should be someone to look at if you are a Finley owner.