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Week 8 Waiver Wire Report


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QB Jeff Garcia - DET

Joey Harrington is out. Jeff Garcia is in. Garcia led the Lions to a 13-10 road win over the Cleveland Browns running for a TD and throwing for 210 yards on 22-of-34 passing. Garcia got it done despite relatively poor blocking and throwing to the likes of Scottie Vines and Glenn Martinez. As long as Garcia stays healthy, he looks like a great bet to keep the starting gig.

QB Josh McCown - ARI

McCown got the starting nod this week and then pretty much laid an egg, despite the Cardinals winning the game. McCown didnít move the offense well at all against the Titans young secondary. McCown completed only 12 out of 28 passes for 140 yards. He connect with Larry Fitzgerald for the decisive 34-yard TD in the 4th quarter, but otherwise, was worthless from a fantasy perspective.

QB Chris Simms - TB

The Bucs get an extra week to help prepare Chris Simms for the paltry 49ers secondary. If youíre looking for a QB to pick up and play in week 8, then Simms is a great place to start. Simms will remain the starter unless he falls flat on his face or gets hurt. Tim Rattay would possibly take over then, unless Gruden opts for Luke McCown.

QB Billy Volek - TEN

Volek got the start this week in place of the ailing Steve McNair, who didnít make the trip. Volek looked good early, but the Titans offense faded after Chris Brown was knocked out of the game. Volek also suffered a concussion and left early. If McNairís not ready to play next week, then Volek is certainly a high impact free agent if heís available. Letís check both Volekís and McNairís status next week, but he could continue to start and be a good play in most leagues.

Add For Depth (Starter potential)

QB Kelly Holcomb - BUF

Holcomb threw 2 TDs this week and had 159 yards passing. Heís not a great guy to rely on heavily, but he could be useful for depth and Ė if the matchup makes sense Ė a spot start or two in deeper leagues.

QB Jamie Martin - STL

Martin is a veteran QB who is well versed in the Rams system. It looks like Bulger will miss at least another week with a shoulder injury. Martin might make a deep sleeper this week against the Jags, but then his window might come to an end as Bulger could return the next week.

QB Sage Rosenfels - MIA

Gus Frerotte was just awful against the Chiefs. Rosenfels entered the game and completed one pass for a 77-yard TD to Chris Chambers. If Rosenfels becomes the teamís starter at any point, then he must be considered a viable option for most fantasy leagues, too. He has a strong arm and good size, but the Dolphins coaching staff seemingly has overlooked him. If he gets an opportunity, you never know what he might do with it.

QB Vinny Testaverde - NYJ

Testaverde isnít going to light up the scoreboard very often, if ever, but heís a decent caretaker for the Jets offense this year and could be semi-useful in deeper leagues or those crazy ones that start 2 QBs.

Add for Later (Sleeper potential)

QB Kyle Boller - BAL

Bollerís expected return is coming quickly. It doesnít look like Anthony Wright has done enough to prompt a change when Boller is healthy enough to play, but weíll see. Boller wasnít very productive when he was healthy either. He could be a decent backup in deeper leagues, but the Ravens whole offense is struggling badly.

QB Tim Rattay - TB

Rattay was acquired by the Bucs to give them insurance behind Chris Simms. He and Luke McCown give them adequate depth at QB with Brian Griese going on IR with a torn ACL, etc. If Rattay is forced into action, he could be a valuable pickup. The Bucs have the surrounding offense for Rattay to be successful.

QB Alex Smith - SF

Smith probably wonít do anything this year, maybe not next year. As he gains experience heíll go through some horrible games, but he might be able to muster a couple decent games the rest of the way. Heíd be a horrible reach to start in almost any league, but there are those leagues that start 2 QBs, so he might be worth a roster spot in that kind of format.

Add for Insurance (Injury or bye week replacement)

QB Matt Schaub - ATL

Schaub is a talented backup QB and if Michael Vick is unable to play, then the Falcons passing game is actually more productive under Schaubís guidance. If Vick missed a long stretch of games, Schaub would be a great play during that span. Handcuffing QBs isnít standard practice, usually, but if you have Vick and deeper rosters, Schaub is a guy you should own.

QB Kurt Warner - ARI

The way McCown played this week, it might not be too long before Warner gets another shot. He was cut in most leagues by now, so he could end up being just like McCown was a few weeks back Ė a hot pickup Ė if McCownís play continues to suffer or the Cardinals lose a few games with McCown at the helm.

Add for Next Year (Dynasty potential)

QB Charlie Frye - CLE

Frye could emerge as the Browns starter in 2006 or he could get a shot to start down the stretch this year if the Browns fall out of contention early and Dilfer continues to throw more interceptions than TDs.

QB Rex Grossman - CHI

Technically, Grossman could still return this year. Heís still a viable option to consider rostering in deeper dynasty leagues. In the interim, the Bears are going with rookie Kyle Orton, but Grossman could still be their QB next year.

Running Back

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RB Marion Barber III - DAL

Barber got the nod this week from Bill Parcells and the rookie responded well running for 95 yards on 22 carries. Barberís a better dynasty prospect, still, but if Jones isnít able to return quickly, then Barber could keep carrying the ball. Anthony Thomas and Tyson Thompson remain in the mix, and with Parcells, itís tough to say whether Barber would start next week, or not, if Jones isnít able to go.

RB Jerome Bettis - PIT

Willie Parker still got most of the carries this week, but true to Cowherís word, Bettis played a larger role. Bettis carries 13 times for 56 yards. If Parker gets hurt, Bettis could be the central figure in the Steelers ground game like last year. Verron Haynes even got 11 carries this week as the Steelers cruised to an early lead and beat their divisional rivals.

RB Tony Fisher - GB

Fisher was already a solid waiver wire consideration before week 7, but now that Ahman Green is out for the season, heís possibly the free agent with the highest possible impact out there. Fisher didnít make an impact this week filling in for Green. He ran five times on the day for just 2 yards, but did manage to complete a 14-yard pass though. He also caught 2 balls for 17 yards. Fisher is a solid receiver out of the backfield, but itís questionable whether heíll be able to sufficiently fill Greenís shoes in your lineup for the long haul.

RB Patrick Pass - NE

The Patriots were on the bye this week so maybe Pass is still available. He proved to be quite a lucky play in week 6 when Dillon surprisingly didnít play after being active for the game. Pass is a solid runner and a skilled receiver. Even when Dillon is healthy, heís a decent play in deeper leagues, or especially PPR leagues. If Dillon isnít healthy, the Patriots lean on Pass more frequently and his value goes up considerably. Keep an eye on Dillon.

RB Chris Perry - CIN

Perry is a monster in PPR leagues as a 3rd or fourth back on the roster. In 8 or 10 team leagues, he might still be available. Heís been on a hot streak the past several weeks and continues to flash his big play potential and versatility on a weekly basis and against good defenses, too. We donít need to say this, but if Rudi Johnson were to get hurt, Perry would be an impact fantasy back.

RB Antowain Smith - NO

Antowain Smith and Aaron Stecker are splitting touches. Smith is the bigger back and more likely to score a TD on the ground. Stecker gets all the Aaron Brooks love on third downs and screen passes. Smith gets a few more carries, but in the end, they have about equal value in terms of yard. Depending on how your leagueís scoring is setup, Smith is better in TD heavy leagues, Stecker in PPR leagues.

RB Chester Taylor - BAL

When is Brian Billick going to give in to his better judgment and play Chester Taylor over Jamal ďtippy toesĒ Lewis? Taylor looks quicker and more explosive and he certainly catches the ball better than Lewis. Heís not available in most leagues, but in smaller leagues, he could still be hanging around. Taylor is a free agent after the season. He could end up starting on another team like the Browns in 2006.

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RB Nick Goings - CAR

The Panthers had a bye week to get healthier, which should help both Stephen Davis and DeShaun Foster. Nick Goings continues to lurk in the background as a possible starter if both of those guys go down again. Foster missed week 6 with a knee sprain. Davis has been listed as questionable every week, but he claims to be just fine.

RB Frank Gore - SF

Gore broke a 72-yard TD run against the Redskins well after the game was out of hand in the 4th quarter. He produced 89 yards on 9 carries. Kevan Barlow left the game early with an injured quadriceps. Barlow expects to be probable for next week, but if heís anything less Gore is a guy you might want to move on immediately.

RB Travis Henry - TEN

Henry could catch a break as he comes off his four game suspension this week. Chris Brown suffered a shoulder stinger this week that forced him out of the game. If the injury lingers and heís a question mark for week 8, then Henry could jump right back into a starting capacity this week. He could also split carries or backup Jarrett Payton. Letís see what Brownís status is mid-week, but Henry is back and should be active and ready to go next week if need be.

RB Greg Jones - JAX

Fred Taylor used the bye week to get healthier after sitting out week 6. Greg Jones stepped in as the Jagsí featured runner, but if Taylor is healthy, then Jonesí role is more limited, but could still include possible goal line work.

RB Aaron Stecker - NO

Stecker re-aggravated an ankle injury that limited him a few weeks back. Smith is the bigger back and more likely to score a TD on the ground, but Stecker gets all the Aaron Brooks love on third downs and screen passes. Smith gets a few more carries, but in the end, they have about equal value in terms of yard. Depending on how your leagueís scoring is setup, Smith is better in TD heavy leagues, Stecker in PPR leagues. If Stecker's ankle is ok, he's a solid addition.

Add for Later (Sleeper potential)

RB J.J. Arrington - ARI

The Cardinals have zero ground game. Marcel Shipp is still playing better than Arrington, but the rookie is still getting his chances each week. If Shipp gets hurt, Arrington would get another shot, but his upside is questionable at this point unless the Cardinals offensive line improves their run blocking.

RB Shawn Bryson - DET

If Jones isnít able to play at some point then Bryson will see quite a bit of playing time along with Artose Pinner. Bryson is still involved on third downs, so heís a better player to look if youíre digging deep or maybe in PPR leagues with 14 teams. If Jones were to miss an extensive period of time, Bryson would have decent value.

RB Jesse Chatman - NO

Chatman could have an opportunity to play as early as next week after Aaron Stecker aggravated his left ankle injury during the first half of Sundayís game. Heís expected to be listed as questionable this week leaving the door open for Chatman to work his way into the rotation with Antowain Smith. Chatman needs to show something, he was cut by the Chargers and dealt for a last round (conditional) pick by the Dolphins. He was always productive as Tomlinsonís backup in San Diego, but apparently ate his way off the Chargers roster this past summer.

RB ReShard Lee - GB

With Ahman Green out for the season, Lee is bumped into the backup job and change of pace runner to Tony Fisher. The way things are going in Green Bay, Lee could end up starting if Fisher gets hurt. The Packers offensive line is pretty bad, so itís difficult to see any of the Packers backs having a lot of success on the ground, but at least Fisher and Lee have an opportunity to do something.

RB Ryan Moats - PHI

Moats was activated this week to return kicks and was knocked out of the game with a mild concussion. Heíll probably not be of any value unless Brian Westbrook gets hurt. Otherwise, Moats is more likely to serve on special teams.

RB Jarrett Payton - TEN

Chris Brown was knocked out of the game Sunday after suffering a shoulder stinger. Payton stepped in and his place. With Travis Henryís suspension over, itís hard to say who would get the call next week if Brown were not able to go. Henry seems the more likely pick, but Payton has played well enough at times to earn some consideration.

RB Lee Suggs - CLE

Suggs isnít healthy and might not be for a couple more weeks, but if youíre running backs are poor, the wire is thin and heís sitting out there, then you might give him a look. He can catch the ball well and would be a serviceable fantasy back if Droughns gets hurt and he could ever get healthy or stay healthy. William Green is also in the mix and he might even be as reliable of a sleeper as Suggs they way things are going right now for them.

RB Anthony Thomas - DAL

The A-Train hasnít done much since Julius Jones has been hurt. He produced 19 yards on 6 carries this week while Marion Barber was the featured back. Thomasí value is questionable at this point unless the Cowboys suffer another injury. He appears to have fallen behind Marion Barber in the pecking order.

RB Amos Zereoue - NE

Zereoue remains on the radar. The Patriots signed him when Kevin Faulk went down. Patrick Pass is doing a great job right now, so Zereoue isnít really seeing the field. Keep an eye on him though. If the injuries continue to mount for the Patriots, Zereoue could be thrown into the fire.

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RB Ladell Betts - WAS

Thereís no question Betts would be a solid fantasy option if he were forced to start for the Redskins. Heís a good handcuff for Portisí owners and could even be worthwhile in deeper leagues as a spot starter.

RB Ciatrick Fason - MIN

If Mewelde Moore gets hurt, the Vikings could turn to their rookie 4th round pick, who has good size and receiving skills. Fason is a complete back, but as a rookie, he has a lot to learn still. Thatís not to say he wouldnít be an effective fantasy back if the opportunity presents itself.

RB Cedric Houston - NYJ

Curtis Martinís primary backup with Derrick Blaylock out for a while. Houston would be a high priority waiver pickup if Martin gets hurt. If you have a roster spot to burn, especially if you have Martin, Houston might be worth a rental. With Blaylock hurt, Martinís owner could easily backfill cutting Blaylock and grabbing Houston, if heís still there.

RB Maurice Morris - SEA

Morris had a strong game a week ago with 100 yards in relief of Shaun Alexander. Behind the Seahawks offensive line, Morris would be a solid fantasy back if Alexander missed a few games.

RB Artose Pinner - DET

Jones is banged up right now. If he werenít able to play moving forward then Pinner immediately warrants starter consideration in many leagues. Heís finally healthy this year and playing well in relief of Jones. He and Shawn Bryson would form a committee to fill Jonesí shoes. Both see playing time already, much to the chagrin of Jonesí owners.

RB Dominic Rhodes - IND

Rhodes could be a solid investment. He could end up starting a game or two at the end of the season if the Colts clinch early. Heís getting plenty of work in the 4th quarter after Edge gets his 100+ and the Colts have a comfortable lead.

RB Shaud Williams - BUF

Williams is a quick third-down type back, but heís also the clear backup to Willis McGahee. In PPR leagues, he would instantly become a solid player to rely upon in a pinch if he were forced into a starting role for the Bills via injury.

Wide Receiver

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WR Antonio Chatman - GB

Robert Ferguson will miss at least the next month with a sprained LCL in his left knee. Chatman has already been productive working out of the slot and may not be available in deeper leagues. Heís undersized, but seems to be a favored target for Brett Favre. Heíll start opposite Donald Driver for the next month, so he has a nice opportunity to make something happen. He might be a solid WR3 for the next month.

WR Braylon Edwards - CLE

Edwards found a wrap that allowed him to play last week despite having several stitches remaining in his arm/elbow area where he had a staph infection that temporarily sidelined him the past couple weeks. Edwards is on the fast track. If Charlie Frye takes over for Trent Dilfer in the coming weeks, thereís a chance that Edwardsí stock might rise, or it could go down as Frye takes his medicine, NFL style.

WR Az-zahir Hakim - NO

As long as Joe Horn is out, Hakim is gold, Jerry, gold. Hakim produced six catches for 100 yards this week including a 17 yd TD. If Joe Hornís hamstring continues to sideline him, then Hakim is a great spot start. Otherwise, heíll go back to being the teamí No. 3 or No. 4 wideout when Horn is healthy.

WR Mike Williams - DET

What a difference a QB change can make. The Lions switched to Jeff Garcia as soon as they could, and Mike Williams was one of the immediate benefactors. Of course, Roy Williams was out, Charles Rogers suspended and Kevin Johnson ruptured his. Williams had a great opportunity because the Lions absolutely needed him this week. Heíll continue to start next week and could remain in the lineup even when Rogers returns the following week. Heís an excellent target in the red zone and could become an instant boost to the Lions offense if he continues to get the opportunity.

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WR Jabar Gaffney - HOU

Gaffney is the only receiver on the Texans thatís apparently able to get open and catch a football with Andre Johnson sidelined still. Gaffney didnít do much, but at least he caught a TD. Heís a decent possession receiver, but itís questionable whether heíll ever develop into the kind of playmaker he was at Florida in college. For now, heís a decent stop-gap WR3/WR4 if youíre riddled with injuries or need some depth for the last few bye weeks.

WR Chris Henry - CIN

Henryís bandwagon has slowed down lately, but donít forget about him if heís still out there in your league. Henry has it all Ė size, speed and big play ability. What he doesnít have yet is a starting job now that T.J. Houshmandzadeh is back in the lineup. Henry will have to produce as the Bengals 3rd WR. Heíll lack consistency, but he could also catch a long TD pass any given week.

Add for Later (Sleeper potential)

WR Reche Caldwell - SD

Caldwell broke out of the gates quickly this week with a 43-yard catch in the first quarter against Philly. He finished with 4 catches for 97 yards, but lost a costly fumble at the end of the game that basically cost the Chargers a chance for a ďWĒ. Caldwell looks like he could be on the verge of producing more consistently, but heís still way down the pecking order behind LT, Gates and McCardell, not to mention Eric Parker. Keep an eye on him the next couple weeks and get him if his production continues.

WR Jamal Jones - GB

With Robert Ferguson out for the next month, Jamal Jones will move up the depth chart and into the teamís No. 3 WR role. Antonio Chatman has been steadily productive from that spot, and with the Packers ground game looking woefully ineffective, they promise to keep throwing the ball a great deal the rest of the season. Jones could be a sneaky sleeper the way things are going, but most people have never even heard of him.

WR Peerless Price - DAL

Price could emerge in the next week or so with Patrick Crayton sidelined with an ankle injury. Price is returning punts and will serve as the teamís No. 3 WR. Heís a long shot to have much fantasy value except in deeper leagues, but heís one injury away from being in a good spot with his former Bills teammate and QB Drew Bledsoe.

WR Charles Rogers - DET

Rogers returns from his four game suspension after next week. Whether he regains his starting job remains to be seen. Jeff Garcia seemed to connect better with Rogers in the preseason than Harrington, but that shouldnít be a major surprise. Rogers still has legitimate deep speed and playmaking ability. If he can stay clean and healthy (ok, thatís a HUGE if at this point) then he could once again have some good value. Right now, heís as low as it gets, but thereís a chance the Lions could turn things and become a bit more productive with Garcia.

Add for Next Year (Dynasty potential)

WR D.J. Hackett - SEA

Hackett caught four balls for 36 yards this week against Dallas. Heís getting plenty of playing time while Darrell Jackson and Bobby Engram are on the mend. He could emerge in a bigger role next year and might be worth a roster spot in deeper dynasty leagues.

WR Vincent Jackson - SD

Jacksonís rookie year has been a complete miss so far. He hurt his Achilles in the preseason and still isnít quite 100%. The team remains quite high on him long-term and A.J. Smith, the Chargers GM, thinks he might still have a decent second half. Weíre not so sure, but the truth is heís a huge receiver and he simply dominated his competition in college. Heís viewed as a project. If another owner loses patience, scoop him up and wait him out.

WR Jerheme Urban - SEA

Urban caught 3 balls for 57 yards against the Cowboys. Heís not a great option in redraft leagues and his long-term dynasty potential is questionable, too. However, there could be some opportunity in Seattle next year. Urban still has a chance to breakthrough down the road, but heís still a work in progress and a steady case of the ďdropsĒ cost him in training camp.

WR Wes Welker - MIA

Welker continues to do a lot of things very well for the Dolphins. He caught 2 balls for 41 yards this week. He also returned 2 punts for 55 yards (one was 47 yards) and also averaged 23.1 yards on seven kickoff returns. Heís supplanted David Boston as the teamís No. 3 receiver and reminds some people of Tim Dwight with his smaller stature, quickness and elusiveness in the open field.

Others to Keep an Eye On

WR Marc Boerigter - KC

As a pick up and play option last week, Boerigter delivered 34 yards on 2 catches filling in for the injured Samie Parker. Boerigterís upside is limited at this point, but if heís playing, heís probably worth a look in really deep leagues.

WR Andre Davis - NE

Davis re-signed with the Patriots last week and heís finally ďhealthyĒ again. He could emerge in a few weeks as a nice vertical threat for Tom Brady. Davis isnít lacking when it comes to natural talent and break away speed, but he just canít stay healthy. If he does, then watch out. He could do something as a 3rd or 4th receiver for the Patriots.

WR Scott Vines - DET

Vines was thrown into the starting lineup this week after the Lions lost Kevin Johnson with a ruptured Achilles tendon. Vines has decent size as an undrafted receiver, but heís lacking in experience. The Lions WR corps is injury riddled right now. If Roy Williams isnít able to play next week, then Vines would likely get the start. Heís strictly a short-term play given the rash of injuries.

Tight End

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TE Bubba Franks - GB

Heís back. Frank caught three balls for 38 yards after missing a couple games with a sprained knee. Franks is becoming a more solid option in the Packers offense considering that their WRs and RBs are dropping like flies. Heís available in a lot of leagues after being hurt, so grab him if you need some solid depth, or someone who could start for you in a pinch. His role might increase with Green, Walker and Ferguson hurt.

TE Erron Kinney - TEN

Amazingly, Kinney remains in a free agent in many leagues despite leading all NFL tight ends in receptions. If youíre in a PPR league, heís probably long gone, but even in standard scoring leagues, Kinney has definite value as a possible starter, or at the very least, a spot starter.

TE Heath Miller - PIT

Miller was probably gobbled up last week after his big game. Now, after two big games in row, heíll either be gone or the top guy available. Miller finished this week with 6 catches and 58 yards Ė leading the Steelers in both categories. His 2 yd TD catch broke the game open in the 2nd quarter as the Steelers established a 10-0 lead.

Add For Depth (Starter potential)

TE Daniel Graham - NE

If thereís one thing we can expect from Daniel Graham or Ben Watson itís inconsistency. Both players are capable of making big plays and producing huge games as far as TEs go. Yet both players go from being focal points of the offense one week to being a bit player the next. Thatís life as a Patriots WR or TE Ė especially if youíre name isnít Deion Branch. Graham is useful some weeks and useless the rest. Pick your spots wisely and you might get lucky with a nice spot starter during the last few bye weeks.

TE Daniel Graham - NE

See Daniel Graham.

TE David Martin - GB

Martin has 9 catches for 90 yards with 2 TDs since week 4. He even has a 2 point conversion. Martin could also be used as the teamís 4th receiver given their injuries and how well heís been making plays in recent weeks. Heís mostly an option for those of you in deeper leagues or TD-only leagues.

Add for Later (Sleeper potential)

TE Cameron Cleeland - STL

Cleeland is back in the league after the Rams suffered injuries to Brandon Manumaleuna and Roland Williams. Cleeland is definitely a long shot to ever be considered a solid fantasy TE again, but the Rams are hurting at receiver with Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce both hurt. Cleeland might be a decent sleeper in very deep leagues; otherwise, heís probably best left alone.

TE Doug Jolley - NYJ

Jolley seems to be on the rebound after Chris Baker has all but disappeared since the spanking he put on the Chiefs in week one during garbage time. Jolley isnít lost on the Jets coaching staff, but heís still not a viable fantasy option unless he breaks out tonight against the Falcons on Monday Night Football.

Add for Next Year (Dynasty potential)

TE George Wrighster - JAX

Wrighster is a solid pass-catching receiver who is still looking to establish himself in the NFL after coming out of college a year early. Kyle Brady remains the starter, but heís more of a glorified tackle at this point in his career. Thereís a chance that Wrighster (or Brian Jones for that matter) could emerge as the teamís starting TE in 2006. Until then, Wrighster will be an inconsistent fantasy player with a few good weeks and a lot of zeroes in between.

Others to Keep an Eye On

TE Mike Sellers - WAS

Getting ridiculous deep here. Is he a TE or is he a fullback? Sellers is a little bit of each playing Joe Gibbs' H-back. Sellers scored twice this week, but isnít a viable weekly option in most normal leagues. Heíll score occasional touchdowns with defenders focusing on Portis, Moss and Cooley.


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PK Jay Feely - NYG

The Giants are consistently putting points on the board and Feely has nailed 11 FGs in the last five games to easily rank within the top 10 fantasy kickers of 2005.

Add For Depth (Starter potential)

PK Paul Edinger - MIN

Yeh, he kicked the game-winning FG this week for the Vikings, but if Minnesota can develop any sort of consistency then Edinger, like most Vikings kickers in the past several years, could be a solid fantasy option as well. Right now, heís only worth a gamble if they at playing at home in the dome. Otherwise, the Vikings offense is too risky.


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