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Week 15 Waiver Wire Report


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QB Ryan Fitzpatrick - STL

Fitzpatrick came crashing to Earth again this week. The Harvard rookie continued his cooling period with a lackluster performance against the Vikings. He completed 26 of 45 for 235 yards, no TDs and five interceptions. Fitzpatrick ran for 16 yards including a 14 yard TD. The last three games are against Philadelphia, San Francisco and Dallas so he could be useful. If you donít have a solid start to use down the stretch and heís somehow still available he could provide some value. Heís error prone like most rookie QBs, but he can produce stats playing in this offense.

QB Charlie Frye - CLE

Frye, for the most part, played well this week as the Browns gave the Bengals all they could handle. Frye had 138 yards with a TD and 14 yards rushing with a TD. He threw on interception. If Frye remains the teamís starter he has a chance to be productive against the Raiders next week, but the last two weeks are a bit tougher against Pittsburgh and Baltimore.

QB David Garrard - JAX

Garrard is gone in most leagues, but if you can some still grab him then do it. The Jags have a soft schedule against San Francisco, Houston and Tennessee. Garrard looks like a good play in all three of those games. Garrard scored a boatload of points this week as the Jags staged a ďcomebackĒ in the 4th quarter. Look for him to build on that and finish with a strong three game showing.

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QB Kyle Boller - BAL

Boller produced some yardage this week but he remains turnover prone and ultimately not a very good option for fantasy purposes. He threw for 251 yards but turned the ball over three times while throwing just one TD. The last three games are against Green Bay, Minnesota and Cleveland. None of those games are particularly strong matchups, but Boller could have some usefulness against the Vikings.

QB Brooks Bollinger - NYJ

Bollinger probably wonít be starting next year, but heís an interesting player to watch in the last three games. He only threw for 116 yards this week against the Raiders, but he did toss a 4-yard TD to Justin McCareins and run for 56 yards on just six rushes. You hope that you donít need to use a player like Bollinger, but if the matchup is right, like in week 16 against New England, then he could hold some sleeper-like value. Just keep in mind the Jets might put Testaverde back on the field so he can break an NFL record for most consecutive seasons with at least one TD pass (19).

QB Jeff Garcia - DET

Garcia is awful, but heís still the starting QB for the Lions, so at least heís getting an opportunity to play and score points. Unfortunately, thatís about the most positive thing we might say regarding Garcia and his fantasy potential going forward. His arm is ragged and while heís mobile and can make things happen to some extent with his legs, heís merely a shadow of his former self during his hey day with the 49ers. He threw for 112 yards and ran for 25 more yards with no turnovers Sunday night and a 4-yard TD to Roy Williams. He could be worth a roster spot just in case you suffer an inopportune injury or two, but otherwise heís definitely a reach.

QB J.P. Losman - BUF

One week after he produced 3 TDs and looked like he could be turning the corner, Losman was awful again completing only 10 out of 27 passing attempts for 181 yards and a TD with three interceptions against a very beatable Patriots secondary. Granted, it wasnít the most ideal weather conditions, but it didnít stop Tom Brady from throwing for 327 yards and 2 TDs in the same game. Losmanís last three games are against Denver, Cincinnati and the NY Jets. The Bills will need to throw the football in the first two, but both teams feature ball hawking secondaries, so Losman makes a risky play if anything.

QB Marques Tuiasosopo - OAK

Tuiasosopo threw for 124 yards with a TD and four turnovers this week, but he did manage 29 yards rushing. All in all, it wasnít much to write home about for the former Washington Huskies quarterback. The Raiders last three games are against Cleveland, Denver and NY Giants. Tui is a reach no matter how you look at it, but he could have some value in the last two games.

Add for Next Year (Dynasty potential)

QB Jon Kitna - CIN

Kitna is an unrestricted free agent following the season. He could surface on a team that needs a veteran QB like Detroit or Miami. If you can pick him up and keep him for next year then he might be worth a flyer.

QB Andrew Walter - OAK

Walter could get onto the field before the year is over, but he also stands a decent chance to compete for the job next year in training camp. Heís a big guy with a huge arm, but heíll need some seasoning. He needs to cut down on the mental mistakes and turnovers, and if he can do that, then he could be a decent QB down the road. If he does win the job next year, heíll have an excellent group of receivers to work with.

Running Back

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RB Marion Barber III - DAL

Barber responded with a big game for the Cowboys this week. He ran for 82 yards on only 15 carries while catching two balls for 32 yards. Itís worth noting that Barber had 15 carries to Julius Jonesí 12 carries. The Cowboys have a pair of tough games ahead against Washington and Carolina, but they close the season against St. Louis. Barber could come up big in that game, especially if Jones gets hurt or finds himself back in the doghouse of Bill Parcells.

RB Michael Bennett - MIN

Bennett once again was the busiest back on the Vikings. He carried the ball 18 times for 70 with a TD. He also had four catches for 6 yards. With games against Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Chicago left on the schedule; Bennett has a tough road to hoe if heís going to offer much scoring potential. However, with Mewelde Moore banged up Bennett promises to continue getting the bulk of the work unless he has a run of fumbles, in which case Ciatrick Fason could earn a larger role.

RB Jerome Bettis - PIT

It must be that time of year when it gets cold and players like Jerome Bettis become bigger factors for their teams. Bettis ran for 101 yards on 17 carries against a top-notch Bears defense. He also scored two TDs. Willie Parker had the most carries (21) but Bettis is getting the most meaningful carries near the goal line and that doesnít figure to change. He suffered a leg injury, but he downplayed it after the game and weíll have to see how he looks later in the week to know for certain if it will limit him at all.

RB Cedric Houston - NYJ

Curtis Martin is out for the last three games of the season giving Cedric Houston a prime opportunity to audition for what might be the starting job in 2006. Houston ran for 74 yards on 28 carries this week with a 2 yard TD run in the 4th quarter to seal the deal for the Jets. The Jets last three games are against Miami, New England and Buffalo. Houston could be a great sleeper for week 17, but the Dolphins and Patriots are both neutral/bad matchups. The key thing here is that the last three weeks will be Houstonís stage. Letís see if he can take advantage of it.

RB Ryan Moats - PHI

Moats played very well in his first NFL start rushing for 114 yards on only 11 carries with TD runs of 40 and 18 yards in the first half. The Eagles play the Rams, Cardinals and Redskins in the last three games. Moats looks like a great RB2/RB3 in the next two weeks with good matchups against the Rams and Cardinals, but letís not lose sight of the fact that heís not the Eagles primary runner. Reno Mahe and Lamar Gordon each saw plenty of action, but Moats still had the most carries. Moats wonít break off long TDs each week, so itís hard to expect great production, but heís probably the best bet amongst the Eagles triumvirate.

RB Chester Taylor - BAL

Taylor has a chance to shoulder the Ravens running game in the last three weeks of the season against Green Bay, Minnesota and Cleveland. Jamal Lewis was active this week, but didnít see a single carry during the game. As a result, Taylor could be a top 20 back in the final three games. Lewis appears to be firmly in Brian Billickís doghouse, so Taylor has an excellent chance to finish the season strong and earn himself a nice free agent contract. He produced 73 combined yards against the Broncos top rated run defense this week. He should fare better than that in the last three games.

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RB J.J. Arrington - ARI

Marcel Shipp is back so he and Arrington will continue to split carries in the Arizona backfield. The Cardinals donít have much of a running game, so half of bad running game means that he probably wonít amount to much. The last three opponents for Arrington are Houston, Philly and Indy. Heís a reach in any league, but he could be a sleeper against Houston or Philly.

RB Ciatrick Fason - MIN

Fason scored a TD again this week while rushing 6 times for 19 yards. Heís going to get more goal lines looks in the next three games, but unless Michael Bennett gets hurt, Fason probably wonít be in a featured role. He has plenty of upside for the future, but right now heís a decent bet to score a TD most weeks.

RB Kevin Faulk - NE

It didnít take Faulk long to regain his role in the Patriots offense. He hit the ground running in week 13 and he kept the momentum going this week with six catches for 71 yards and another 14 yards rushing on five carries. Faulkís a decent RB3/RB4 in PPR leagues but heís clearly a reach if you are forced to use him unless Dillon goes down again.

RB Tony Fisher - GB

Gado is carrying the load and doing a fantastic job for what itís worth, but Fisher is remains an injury or a few fumbles away from a bigger role again. If anything happens to Gado, the Packers could also turn to rookie Noah Herron, fresh off the Steelers practice squad and a former Big Ten RB from Northwestern. Fisher is good for a few catches each week and an occasional TD, but in an expanded role he could be worth a reach. The Packers have been reluctant to use Fisher in a featured role, so donít forget about Herron if Gado is sidelined at any point.

RB Frank Gore - SF

Gore was rumored to be starting for the 49ers down the stretch, but that didnít exactly materialize this week. Barlow played reasonably well and Gore got some action, too, carrying twice for 5 yards. He might still emerge as the 49ers in the last three games, so he could be worth a gamble if you can burn a roster spot. Gore could be one of those week 17 wonders against the Texans.

RB Travis Henry - TEN

As long as Chris Brown remains healthy, then Henryís upside is limited to about 10 to 15 touches per game. Brown has been hampered slightly by an injured ankle, but he hasnít missed a lot of playing time this year despite his well deserved tag for being brital. Henry was banged up himself this week, so keep an eye on his status and if both players are healthy, then Henry remains a decent reach. Henry had 73 total yards this week to Brownís 102 total yards. The schedule isnít easy for the Titans RBs with games against Seattle, Miami and Jacksonville.

RB Dominic Rhodes - IND

Rhodes figures to see increased playing time and possibly a start or two in the Colts last few games. The Colts finish against the Chargers, Seahawks and Cardinals. The week 17 game, in particular, could be the game where Rhodes puts up nice numbers

RB Aaron Stecker - NO

The Saints rely almost equally on Antowain Smith and Aaron Stecker in the ground attack. Stecker is more explosive and the better receiver of the two, but they both produce around the same amount of points from week to week. If Stecker is out there, he could be a decent player to add for insurance. His upside is limited, but he could get you 5 to 10 points if youíre desperate. The Saints finish against Carolina, Detroit and Tampa Bay. He could be most productive in week 16 against Detroit.

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RB Ladell Betts - WAS

Betts is back and he has resumed his role as Portisí primary backup. The Redskins close the season against Dallas, NY Giants and Philly. If Portis hurt, Betts would be a solid play in the last two games.

RB Dee Brown - KC

Brown is Larry Johnsonís backup. Enough said. If LJ gets hurt, Brown would become an impact free agent.

RB Nick Goings - CAR

DeShaun Foster took a helmet to helmet hit against the Bucs this week forcing him to the sidelines in the second half of the game. Stephen Davis is healthy, so if Foster is limited or for some reason unable to play next week, then Davis is the immediate benefactor, but keep an eye on Goings, too. He filled in admirably well for Foster and Davis when both went down last year. Goings got into the game on Sunday and caught 4 balls for 27 yards while rushing once for 7 yards. With only three games remaining on the schedule, itís unlikely that Goings will be featured unless something happens to both Davis and Foster, but just be prepared.

RB Adrian Peterson - CHI

Cedric Benson is a couple weeks away from being able to play most likely and Peterson is the primary backup for the Bears who close the season against Atlanta, Green Bay and Minnesota. If Jones goes down, Peterson would be a nice play against all three of those teams.

RB Artose Pinner - DET

Kevin Jones was forced to the sidelines again on Sunday night against the Packers with an injury to his elbow/arm that appeared to be ugly at first. Pinner took over the rushing load in his stead going for 25 yards on 13 carries with three catches for another 8 yards. Of course, Shawn Bryson was in the mix running five times for 16 yards and catching one ball for 1 yard. Pinnerís value is hedged by the continued RBBC approach taken by the Lions coaching staff. Jones is the starter and Bryson is the 3rd down back leaving Pinner as Jonesí primary backup. None of the Lions RBs have much value because of this shared approach, but if Jones is sidelined for any reason against Cincinnati or New Orleans he could be worth a flyer, if anything.

RB Michael Turner - SD

Tomlinson owners got a scare in the last couple of games when he was briefly sidelined with a rib injury. If LT canít play, Turner becomes an impact player.

RB Jonathan Wells - HOU

Domanick Davis is playing outstanding football right now, but if he goes down, then Wells is thrust back into a featured role. The Texans have two solid matchups in their last three games against Arizona next week and vs. SF in week 17.

RB Shaud Williams - BUF

McGahee was kicked in the head this week suffering a momentary lapse of reason. Williams is McGaheeís main backup. If Willis canít go then Shaud becomes a solid sleeper, but a reach nonetheless. The Bills ground game is sporadic and they arenít winning the war up front. The Bills have Cincinnati and the NY Jets the last two weeks. If Williams is starting he could be worth a look in those spots.

Others to Keep an Eye On

RB Mike Alstott - TB

Alstott continues to get opportunities to score. The Bucs finish the season against New England, Atlanta and New Orleans. The old rock could be a decent reach in the last three games, but mostly if youíre in a TD heavy league.

RB Brandon Jacobs - NYG

Jacobs got a few more cracks at the goal line this week but he was denied each time. The rookie back is getting plenty of opportunity, but heís just not cashing in. That could change, but at least he keeps getting shots at the end zone.

Wide Receiver

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WR Mark Clayton - BAL

Clayton exploded for 105 yards with seven catches against the Broncos including a 39-yard TD in the fourth quarter. Claytonís role is growing in the offense and he looks like he could have a strong finish with upcoming matchups against Green Bay, Minnesota and Cleveland.

WR Lee Evans - BUF

Evans is only as good as J.P. Losman. He managed 83 yards on four catches this week, but Losman was bad and Evans could have been more productive given the matchup. He closes the season against Denver, Cincinnati and NY Jets. The next two games, in particular, are potentially good spots to use Evans.

WR Brandon Lloyd - SF

Lloyd is a nice receiver and if the 49ers can get anything out of Alex Smith, then Lloyd could be worth a start. If youíre looking to use him down the stretch then look at weeks 16 and 17 against St. Louis and Houston. Next week against Jacksonville doesnít look as appealing.

WR Samie Parker - KC

Parker produced 79 yards this week on five catches. The Chiefs finish up against the NY Giants, San Diego and Cincinnati. They will probably be throwing the ball plenty in all three of those matchups making Parker a nice sleeper down the stretch, especially in a PPR format.

WR Koren Robinson - MIN

Robinson has scored two weeks in a row, but the Vikings schedule the next three games includes games against tough defensive teams like Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Chicago. Robinson might be worth a reach in those games, but in the playoffs youíre probably looking for a safer option. At least Robinson has some upside making him worth a gamble if the matchups were only a little bit better.

WR Ernest Wilford - JAX

The Jags have some outstanding matchups in the last three games against San Francisco, Houston and Tennessee. Wilford is a decent reach in all three of those games and a solid gamble to score a TD or two in that span. Wilford had 3 catches for 23 yards this week.

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WR Jabar Gaffney - HOU

The Texans matchups down the stretch against Arizona, Jacksonville and San Francisco make Gaffney a decent sleeper. Andre Johnson looks nice in those matchups, but Gaffney has an outside shot of producing as well. The Texans offense is flowing through Domanick Davis right now, and everybody else is a gamble at best, but those matchups could be worth a reach if youíre desperate or in deeper leagues.

WR David Givens - NE

Givens is back in the lineup, but the Patriots have tough matchups against Tampa, NY Jets and Miami to close the season. Givens had three catches for 58 yards this week, but itís hard to use him given that heís not shown us a lot recently. As long as Tom Brady remains healthy, Givens is a solid reach if anything.

WR Chris Henry - CIN

The Bengals close the season against Detroit, Buffalo and KC. Henry could be a solid TD play in any of those games, but he looks like a nice sleeper for week 17 against KC if the Bengals rest their starters at all. Henry didnít have a catch this week, but heís still getting enough looks in the end zone to be a credible scoring threat every 2 or 3 games.

WR Matt Jones - JAX

Jones could take advantage of the easy matchups that lie ahead for the Jaguars passing game. If Leftwich were still playing, Jones and Wilford would be excellent sleeper options, but with Garrard they are still good gambles. Wilford more than Jones perhaps, but this rookie is always a big play waiting to happen. Against San Francisco, Houston and Tennessee, Jones could score 1 or 2 TDs. He had three catches for 28 yds this week.

WR Eric Parker - SD

Parker is an option for owners in PPR leagues, but heís not much of a scoring threat on a team that features TD kings like LT, Gates and even Keenan McCardell. Parker caught four passes for 37 yards this week and the Chargers finish up against Indianapolis, KC and Denver. Parker is a guy you might consider using in each of those games if your other options stink.

WR Ricky Proehl - CAR

Proehl is the kind of veteran receiver who has made a living in December throughout his career. He caught 3 balls for 36 yards and a TD this week and he is surprisingly the 2nd most productive receiver on the Panthers, miles behind Steve Smith of course. He is productive enough to be used in deeper leagues if you pick the right spot. They close the season with three games against New Orleans, Dallas and Atlanta. Proehl could be worth a gamble in any of those spots if youíre hurting at WR.

Add for Later (Sleeper potential)

WR Arnaz Battle - SF

Battle was sidelined again this week, but keep him in mind if heís healthy enough to play in any of the 49ers last three games against Jacksonville, St. Louis and Houston. Those are all great matchups if Alex Smith can get something done.

WR Robert Ferguson - GB

Ferguson is healthy enough to warrant some consideration as a WR3/WR4 now that heís back in the lineup. The Packers schedule isnít favorable down the stretch with games against Baltimore, Chicago and Seattle, so only consider using him if your other options are poor.

WR Doug Gabriel - OAK

The Raiders passing game would probably be more productive if Kerry Collins were still behind center, but Gabriel is worth having if youíre sitting on Moss and heís unable to play. Otherwise, heís a long shot each week, but a big play WR nonetheless. The Raiders finish up against Cleveland, Denver and NY Giants. The last two games are perhaps the best matchups for Gabriel to have a chance at producing something.

WR Dante Hall - KC

Hall caught two balls for 42 yards this week and heís been producing a few decent games in the last month or so. If any of the Chiefs WRs go down, Hall becomes an interesting play in what looks like three solid matchups with the NY Giants, San Diego and Cincinnati left on the schedule.

Add for Next Year (Dynasty potential)

WR Michael Jenkins - ATL

The Falcons can showcase their two young and talented receivers tonight on MNF. Michael Jenkins hasnít been productive enough on a consistent basis to be of much use in fantasy terms, but heís still a player that could blossom in the future if the Falcons passing game ever evolves into something more than it is right now. The Falcons close the season against Chicago, Tampa and Carolina. The first two matchups are very tough, but the Falcons might be able to get something going against Carolina.

WR Roddy White - ATL

The Falcons can showcase their two young and talented receivers tonight on MNF. Roddy White is the teamís best deep threat and possibly their future #1 WR. White could be a decent reach in a TD only scoring league, but next year he could be a legitimate WR3/WR4 potentially. The Falcons close the season against Chicago, Tampa and Carolina. The first two matchups are very tough, but the Falcons might be able to get something going against Carolina.

Others to Keep an Eye On

WR Tyrone Calico - TEN

Calico caught two passes for 20 yards against the Texans this week. Heís starting for the Titans, but heís not very productive and the last three games against Seattle, Miami and Jacksonville donít hold much promise either.

WR Marcus Robinson - MIN

Robinson might reward you with a big play or TD, or he might come up empty. This week he caught a 49-yard pass but that was his only scoring play of the game. The Vikings play Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Chicago to end the season and none of those games look like favorable matchups or good games to use Robinson.

Tight End

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TE Zachary Hilton - NO

Hilton will be a player to scout tonight as a potential impact free agent for the rest of the playoffs. The Saints play Carolina and Detroit in the next two weeks and Hilton could be a top 10 tight end in both of those games. Heís been remarkably productive since taking over for the injured Ernie Conwell and heís an excellent pick up and play option if you can still get him.

TE Jerramy Stevens - SEA

Stevens caught a TD this week and heís having his best season as a pro. The Seahawks finish the year by playing Tennessee, Indy and Green Bay. The Seahawks offense is firing on all cylinders making Stevens an intriguing option almost every week.

TE Ben Troupe - TEN

As long as Troupe is healthy and in the lineup, heís capable of producing top 10 numbers. He was an excellent sleeper play this week with Erron Kinney sidelined, but Troupe caught only 3 balls for 28 yards. He just missed a TD catch at one point and McNair looks for him often in the red zone. The Titans finish the season against Seattle, Miami and Jacksonville and theyíll probably keep throwing to their TEs in all of those games, so look for better numbers from Troupe.

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TE Steve Heiden - CLE

Heiden caught three balls for 27 yards and a TD against the Bengals. He was a noted sleeper and delivered. Frye seems to look for his tight end enough that Heiden should be considered a decent sleeper the rest of the season, especially next week against Oakland.

TE David Martin - GB

Bubba Franks didnít play this week giving Martin yet another opportunity to be useful as an injury replacement and sleeper TE. He came through with five catches for 38 yards against the Lions. Franks has been besieged all year by one injury or another. If Martin continues to get opportunities, then heís probably worth a roster spot for insurance if nothing else. The Packers finish the season against Baltimore, Chicago and Seattle. Martin could a decent reach in any of those games.

TE Jeb Putzier - DEN

Putzier isnít consistent enough and he doesnít score enough to be used on a weekly basis, but he does have enough upside that he can be used sparingly and hopefully you pick the right games. He only caught one ball this week for 8 yards. The last three opponents for the Broncos are Buffalo, Oakland and San Diego. Putzier could be a solid sleeper against Oakland, in particular.

Add for Next Year (Dynasty potential)

TE Adam Bergen - ARI

The undrafted rookie caught three passes for 41 yards this week. Bergenís role has been increasing over the last few games and he could be a sleeper in the last three games and as a player who could emerge as a potential top 20 TE next year.

TE Bo Scaife - TEN

With Erron Kinney out, Scaife was called upon to fill his role in the offense. Scaife played very well last week in that capacity, but he responded with only 2 catches this week for 12 yards. If Kinney remains out this coming week against Seattle, keep Scaife in mind as a deep sleeper.

TE George Wrighster - JAX

Wrighster caught four balls for 21 yards against the Colts just one week after catching a TD. Heís showing signs that he might finally be turning the corner. Itís hard to say if Kyle Brady will return next year, but Wrighster could be in a position to start next year with any luck.


Others to Keep an Eye On

PK Kris Brown - HOU

Brown is probably available in most leagues and the Texans have a soft schedule down the stretch against Arizona, Jacksonville and San Francisco. Jacksonville is tough, but in weeks 15 and 17, Brown could be in double digits.


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TD Arizona Cardinals - ARI

The Cardinals play at Houston next week. Next week they are back at home hosting the Eagles in week 16. Houston is the most sacked team in the NFL and the Eagles are unpredictable with Mike McMahon at QB, meaning they could implode again like they did at home against the Seahawks on MNF. These are two matchups that you might be able to exploit for sacks and turnovers, which are usually the measuring stick for predicting defensive success for most fantasy leagues.

TD Jacksonville Jaguars - JAX

The Jaguars are probably long gone in most leagues, but just in case your fellow owners have fallen asleep at the wheel, get them if you still can. They host the 49ers next week and then they play the Texans in Houston. That means they are playing the most sacked team in week 16 and the team thatís thrown the third most interceptions in week 15. The Jags look like a great play to exploit in both games.

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TD Green Bay Packers - GB

The Packers go to Baltimore next week and then they face the Bears at home in week 16. Both offenses have struggled putting points on the board this year and the Packers might be a sneaky play in these two games. Granted, the Bears and Ravens may be able to run the ball against the below average Packers D, which would insulate their QBs from potentially making a lot of mistakes, but both teams are challenged when it comes to moving the ball thru the air. If the Packers can jump out to a lead in these games (which is easier said than done obviously), then it would seem that both the Ravens and Bears would struggle trying to play from behind giving the Packers a chance to make some big plays.

TD St. Louis Rams - STL

The Rams have decent matchups in the next couple of games that just might prove to be worthwhile for fantasy purposes, too. The Rams host the Eagles and 49ers in the next two weeks. The Rams defense is awful for the most part, but they still have some remnants of a pass rush and their opposition has the potential for multiple turnovers and low yardage. Depending on your leagueís scoring system, the Rams might be worth a play.

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