Fantasy Football Week 8 Sleepers

October 29, 2011 at 11:55 am Leave a comment

Wide Receiver

  • Nate Washington: Has built a solid rapport with Hasselbeck and draws a favorable matchup with Lacey, who everyone has beaten this year.
  • Antonio Brown: Wallace torched the Pats last year and I have a suspicion that over the bye week Belichick has made his focus to tale him out of the game. Either way, nice day ahead in possible shootout.
  • Jabar Gaffney: Now the #1 WR with Beck at the helm and Moss out.
  • Torrey Smith: Boom or bust play. Has only caught 7/16 targets since outburst, but big plays are available against the Cardinals.

Running Back

  • Pierre Thomas: Should see an expanded workload woth Intranet out, Saints probably having a lead most of the game, and Rams being remarkably awful against the run.
  • Jackie Battle: The one guy truly not on my radar before taking over RB duties. Has been solid not spectacular and SD can be run on.
  • Roy Helu: Probably still the second back but has a favorable matchup and could break some.plays.
  • Phillip Tanner: Cowboys might only have two running backs for this game.

Quarterback

  • Joe Flacco: Feast or famine with Joe and he likes to eat at home….
  • Tavaris Jackson: Has impressed me with his improvement. Probable on injury report.

D

  • Hou; vs Jax after their big win.
  • NYG; vs MIA at home after bye, getting healthy.
  • Sea; vs Cincy who is historically awful after the bye.

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