Players who you may want to consider putting in your starting line up this week:
Tyler Palko (KC): Matt Cassel is out for the season leaving the reigns to the young and very inexperienced Palko. It is very hard to want to start a QB as inexperienced as Palko, but fortunately the young guy plays New England, who have a soft secondary, and will likely be in the lead, meaning Palko will have to throw.
Christian Ponder (MIN): Ponder didn’t perform quite as expected last week against the Packers, throwing a few INTs. Ponder has still however been a very solid young QB and I expect him to bounce back this week throwing for about 200-250 with a TD or two.
James Starks (GB): Green Bay plays Tampa Bay this week and I expect GB to blow them out about as bad as Houston did. While Green Bay plays with a 14 or so point lead Starks will receive a good number of carries and will hopefully be able to pile on some yards du to this.
Kevin Smith (DET): Kevin Smith was picked up once again by the Lions with Jahvid Best out for at least another week. Against the Panthers, there is no better time to plug Smith in and ride him for a week if you need to.
Percy Harvin (MIN): Percy is one of my favourite young players in the league but has been having a rathe quiet season. Harvin is however seeing a decent workload on most weeks and this is going to be one of those weeks; expect 70+ all purpose yards with a possible touchdown.
Damian Williams (TEN): Tennessee is going to have their work cut out for them this weekend if they want to get a win in against the Falcons. Hasselbeck is going to need to be at his best for his team to keep up since Chris Johnson can’t seem t get back to his old self (last week doesn’t count, it was CAR). Williams has emerged as a go to guy for Hassel and won’t be a sleeper much longer at this rate.
Early Doucet (ARZ): Doucet has been a rather productive fantasy option this season, and if he’s available on your waiver wire, you need to pick him up. He doesn’t rack up the yardage but has scored 4 touchdowns on the season; don’t be afraid to use him as a flex option.
Tony Scheffler (DET): Scheffer is considered to be the #2 TE option behind Brandon Pettigrew and does see fewer targets per game. Scheffler has however caught 4 TDs in comparison to Pettigrew’s 2. Scheffler seems to get the red zone targets and could see some this weekend.
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