NFL Hit List & Waiver Wire- Courtesy of Presnapread.net

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By: Al Squatrito

 

 

Please tell me you didn’t draft Jam Chaz in any of your leagues? HAHAHAH!! Don’t cry, you can pick up Thomas Jones, Dexter McCluster, and Le’Ron McClain to make up for the loss!  Seriously, that’s a tough break, at least Jamaal Charles is still making 13 million in guaranteed money, what about his fantasy owners that might as well throw their fantasy season (and money) down the drain? Well, hopefully you guys drafted quality depth on your teams to save yourselves, if not, we here at presnapread.net are here to help your team recover while it still can.

                    NFL HIT LIST           (FFB)
Jamaal Charles -I.R.
Roscoe Parish  – I.R.
Jordan Shipley – I.R.
Aaron Hernandez  – Out 3-5 Weeks
Eddie Royal – Doubtful
Michael Vick – Questionable
Tony Romo – Probable
Braylon Edwards – Questionable
Mario Manningham – Probable
Miles Austin – Doubtful
Earl Bennett – Questionable
Brandon Pettigrew – Probable
Domenik Hixon – I.R.

Below is list of players (in order) you should add to your fantasy football roster that could help your team recover this week.

RB

Isaac Redman – This talented running back should be your handcuff to Rashard Mendenhall if he’s on your squad. He scored a touchdown last week against the Seahawks (the worst team in the NFL) and he just may see pay dirt against the Colts who are the second worst team in the NFL. Expect Redman to get some goal line carries and lots of garbage carries in this weekend’s lopsided win over the Colts.

Le’Ron McClain/Dexter McCluster – McCluster is more of a ppr hold your breath and pray kind of guy while McClain is more of a touchdown heavy hold your breath and pray kind of guy. Thomas Jones who? I give McClain the edge going forward but against the high flying Chargers this week? McCluster has a slight edge because you’ll want to take a risk on a home run hitter opposed to a goal line back.

Ben Tate – Should not be on any waivers, shame on you. Go back to sleep!

Roy Helu – I guess, how often are the Redskins going to have fun rotating backs against their opponents? I don’t see him being too involved against the Cowboys in week 3 but ya never never know.

WR

David Nelson – Damn, this guy is a hot pick up and he should be. At 6 foot 5 inches he proved to be a clutch player last week with the game winning touchdown against the Raiders! He has been targeted over 20 times in the first two games of the season. Oh yeah, Roscoe Parish is on I.R. and Stevie Johnson is expected to have a lingering groin injury all season long.

Eric Decker – This kid impressed us all last week with two touchdown grabs. Eddie Royal and Brandon Lloyd both have nagging injuries which equals more touches for Decker.

Nate Washington – This guy is a steady safe pick to have on your bench for when a starter of your’s goes down. Washington had 12 points week 1 and 16 points in week 2. Washington is nice, safe, and steady.

Denario Alexander – This guy is also 6 foot 5 and he has some upside. Although his stats may not be as consistent as Nelson’s he may be able to help your team out of a bind against the Ravens. The Ravens pass defense hasn’t been great for  a while now, they are also a little dinged up.

Titus Young – This rookie had a nice little coming out party last Sunday with five receptions for 89 yards. He was targeted 7 times against the Chiefs. Maybe the Lions got bored and started looking his way? The Lions have a pass happy offense so a dose of Titus is what you may need this Sunday against the Vikings who are currently ranked 23 against the pass.

TE

Fred Davis – Yes sir. Mike Shanahan and fantasy owners have very little in common I’m sure but one thing we all do have in common is that we love reliable players. Fred Davis is clutch with great hands, Rex Grossman wouldn’t know what to do with this guy out of the lineup! With that said, he’s probably not on the waiver wire.

Scott Chandler – This guy is 6 foot 7 inches! What a red zone threat, now read the comments I wrote about David Nelson (up above).

Evan Moore – This guy is  a talented dude and is your best bet to pick up if no one else is on the waiver wire. The Bengals play the Niners at home this weekend and you could get lucky by plugging this guy in.

DEF

REDSKINS D – I’m not going to give you a reason, DO WHAT I SAY!! Joke, may not be the best start this week neither but they have 7 sacks already and are ranked 6th in least amount of points given up per week @ 17.5 (Tied with Steelers).

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