Now that fantasy owners have navigated the bye week schedule for the 2010 regular season, the fantasy football playoff push is among us. Keep working the waiver wire on your way to a fantasy championship this year.
David Garrard, Jaguars (342-2; 35)
Fantasy owners should not keep ignoring Garrard. He is the real deal in the fake game, so long as he can stay healthy.
Jon Kitna, Cowboys (327-3-1)
Kitna has been more than service-able since taking over for Tony Romo. The ‘Boys will continue to chuck the ball.
Matt Cassel, Chiefs (469-4)
Sure the numbers are inflated because of the circumstances of the game. Most impressive though? No interceptions.
Fred Jackson, Bills (25-133-1; 6-37-1)
The guy we thought was the No. 1 back in Buffalo all along turns out to be the No. 1 back, after all.
Mike Goodson, Panthers (23-100; 3-13)
The window may already have closed on Goodson, but the potential is there for more usefulness down the road.
Mike Thomas, Jaguars (8-149-1)
He caught the Hail Mary — fluke — but has been putting up consistent numbers most of the season.
Mike Williams, Seahawks (11-145)
With Matt Hasselbeck back under center, Williams shined in the desert.
Mario Manningham, Giants (10-91-1)
No Steve Smith means more looks for Manningham, even though he is prone to the dropsies.
Jermaine Gresham, Bengals (9-85-1)
The Bengals passing attack is alive and well this year in part due to the emergence of this rookie tight end.
Anthony Fasano, Dolphins (5-107-1)
With Tyler Thigpen at the helm, harken back to the days when he was the starter in Kansas City. Those were great times for Tony Gonzalez.
Here are today’s great reads:
- Random tidbits from all the week 10 action in the fantasy football world. Lots of fantasy love from the Denver-Kansas City game on both sides of the ball, even though the Broncos had this game well in hand by the end of the first half. Chiefs’ fans may have hated this game, but Dwayne Bowe’s fantasy owners love KC playing from behind. More please! [SI.com]
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