The Wire - Week 11 (2011-12)
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Quarterbacks
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Tim Tebow, DEN60%I must admit, he is the scariest quarterback to own in fantasy (and I'm sure the Denver team owners think the same thing.) So far he's put up numbers in the end, but it's NEVER pretty!
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Carson Palmer, OAK37%Not a bad option as the Raiders have lots of speedy receivers and Palmer likes to fling the ball around.
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Alex Smith, SF30%He's not putting up amazing numbers, but I don't see any sub-10 point performances yet this year, which is saying something.
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John Skelton, ARZ2%Hard to gamble on Skelton, who could lose his job any day if Kolb returns and who probably won't have another three touchdown performance anytime soon.
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Vince Young, PHI1%If Vick and his broken ribs aren't able to play this week, Young would become the starter...but not for my fantasy team.
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Running Backs
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Ben Tate, HOU68%I'm assuming the 32% of leagues that haven't picked him up are 8 team leagues or those that have been abandoned.
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Roy Helu, WAS56%Ryan Torain is playing himself out of a starting job and Helu is waiting in the wings for the job to fall into his lap.
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Maurice Morris, DET30%Still the starter in Detroit while Jahvid Best is out and putting up decent flex-worthy numbers.
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Chris Ogbonnaya, CLE25%Nothing special, but with Hillis and Hardesty out, he's still the man in Cleveland.
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Kendall Hunter, SF19%Gore came into the game with an ankle injury and left with a knee injury. If he is forced to miss time, Hunter becomes the starter.
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Lance Ball, DEN6%Maybe this is what happens when your team runs the ball 100 times a game? With McGahee and Moreno out of the game (Moreno done for the year), Ball stepped in and played well. If McGahee misses any time, Ball will become the backup to Tim Tebow in the running game :-)
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Wide Receivers
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Denarius Moore, OAK57%Seems to have become a favorite of Carson Palmer.
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Laurent Robinson, DAL49%With Miles Austin out, Robinson is a great WR3 play...so pick him up!
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David Nelson, BUF41%Maybe he was trying to impress his girlfriend (a Cowboys cheerleader) but Nelson found the endzone and has been fairly productive recently.
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Early Doucet, ARZ35%Five WR-3 caliber games in a row now.
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Earl Bennett, CHI33%Pretty much the only receiver on the field for the Bears on Sunday.
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Chad Ochocinco, NE25%Is he finally catching on to the offense? Not sure and still not risking it. He only played in a few second half snaps and obviously doesn't have full confidence of his coach or quarterback yet.
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Greg Little, CLE14%A better prospect in keeper leagues, but could fill in at WR3 if necessary.
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Vincent Brown, SD7%The rookie is a great keeper league prospect and his upside is big enough at this point that I couldn't blame you for starting him if you need to.
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Damian Williams, TEN6%Quickly becoming the top receiving option in this offense. Great keeper league prospect or bench receiver.
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Titus Young, DET3%Yet again, a guy who is better as a keeper league prospect, but who could also help you out now if you're thin at WR.
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Harry Douglas, ATL3%Look at his numbers over the rest of the year. Then hit the Cancel button on the waiver claim.
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Jake Ballard, NYG45%Not a great game, but still a solid play at tight end.
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Jermaine Gresham, CIN34%He wasn't expected to play, but did anyways and scored a touchdown.
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Brent Celek, PHI32%Other than LeSean McCoy, Celek has become one of the most consistent features in the offense.
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Ed Dickson, BAL12%He obviously has upside, but this entire offense is just so friggin' inconsistent!
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