2013 Fantasy Football: Week 5 Fantasy Savvy Player Rankings

It’s been a long time coming- Sam Cooke, but we are back and ready to rock from here on in. We kicked off our first radio show of the year on Wednesday night and this is our first Rankings of the season. We apologize for the delay but reality got heavily in the way of fantasy. However, every week our radio show will be active at Blogtalkradio.com/FantasySavvy full with player discussion, game previews and of course our NFL picks. Every Saturday night the Rankings will be released in time for Sunday morning. Also stay tuned for film review breakdown of the previous week and more! Now for some rankings you need to follow.


  1. Peyton Manning @ DAL
  2. Drew Brees @ CHI
  3. Aaron Rodgers vs DET
  4. Cam Newton @ AZ
  5. Matt Ryan vs NYJ
  6. Tom Brady @ CIN
  7. Tony Romo vs DEN
  8. Phillip Rivers @ OAK
  9. Eli Manning vs PHI
  10. Russell Wilson @ IND
  11. Michael Vick @ NYG
  12. Colin Kaepernick vs HOU
  13. Matt Stafford @ GB
  14. Andrew Luck vs Seattle
  15. Terrelle Pryor vs SD
  16. Jay Cutler vs NO
  17. Joe Flacco @ MIA
  18. Alex Smiith @ TEN
  19. Andy Dalton vs NE
  20. Matt Schaub @ SF
  21. Ryan Tannehill vs BAL
  22. Sam Bradford vs JAC
  23. Carson Palmer vs CAR


  1. LeSean McCoy @ NYG
  2. Jamaal Charles @ TEN
  3. Marshawn Lynch @ IND
  4. Reggie Bush @ GB
  5. Frank Gore vs HOU
  6. Arian Foster @ SF
  7. David Wilson vs PHI- Breakout game, no guts no glory
  8. Ray Rice @ MIA
  9. Matt Forte vs NO
  10. DeMarco Murray vs DEN
  11. Trent Richardson vs SEA
  12. Darren Sproles @ CHI
  13. Eddie Lacy vs DET
  14. Maurice Jones-Drew vs STL
  15. Giovani Benard vs NE
  16. Knowshon Moreno @ DAL
  17. LeGarrette Blount @ CIN
  18. Danny Woodhead @ OAK
  19. DeAngelo Williiams @ AZ
  20. Lamar Miller vs BAL
  21. Chris Johnson vs KC
  22. Rashad Jennings vs SD
  23. Chris Johnson vs KC
  24. Bilal Powell @ ATL
  25. Jaquizz Rodgers vs NY
  26. Benard Pierce @ MIA
  27. Pierre Thomas @ CHI
  28. Jonathan Franklin vs DET
  29. Zac Stacy @ JAC
  30. Kendall Hunter vs HOU
  31. Joique Bell @ GB
  32. Ben Tate @ SF
  33. Jason Snelling vs NYJ
  34. Rashard Mendenhall vs CAR
  35. Bryce Brown @ NYG
  36. Ronnie Hillman @ DAL
  37. Montee Ball @ DAL
  38. Daryl Richardson @ JAC
  39. Isiah Pead @ JAC
  40. Andre Ellington vs CAR


  1. Calvin Johnson @ GB
  2. Julio Jones vs NYJ
  3. Brandon Marshall vs NO
  4. Demaryius Thomas @ DAL
  5. Victor Cruz vs PHI
  6. Dez Bryant vs DEN
  7. Randall Cobb vs DET
  8. Wes Welker @ DAL
  9. Reggie Wayne vs SEA
  10. Torrey Smith @ MIA
  11. A.J. Green vs NE
  12. Andre Johnson @ SF
  13. Jordy Nelson vs DET
  14. Larry Fitzgerald vs CAR
  15. Marques Colston @ CHI
  16. Anquan Boldin vs HOU
  17. Eric Decker @ DAL
  18. Steve Smith @ AZ
  19. DeSean Jackson @ NYG
  20. James Jones vs DET
  21. Hakeem Nicks vs PHI
  22. Roddy White vs NYJ *questionable
  23. Danny Amendola vs CIN *questionable
  24. Julian Edelman @ CIN
  25. Mike Wallace vs BAL
  26. T.Y Hilton vs SEA
  27. DeAndre Hopkins @ SF
  28. Dwayne Bowe @ TEN
  29. Tavon Austin vs JAC
  30. Keenan Allen @ OAK
  31. Alshon Jeffrey vs NO
  32. Brian Hartline vs BAL
  33. Cecil Shorts vs STL
  34. Justin Blackmon vs STL
  35. Kendrell Thompkins @ CIN
  36. Terrance Williams vs DEN
  37. Denarius Moore vs SD
  38. Sidney Rice @ IND
  39. Ruben Randle vs PHI
  40. Nate Washington vs KC


  1. Jimmy Graham @ CHI
  2. Tony Gonzalez vs NYJ
  3. Jason Witten vs DEN
  4. Vernon Davis vs HOU
  5. Antonio Gates @ OAK
  6. Owen Daniels @ SF
  7. Julius Thomas @ DAL
  8. Greg Olsen @ AZ
  9. Mychal Rivera vs SD
  10. Martellus Bennett vs NO
  11. Jermichael Finley vs DET
  12. Jermaine Gresham vs NE
  13. Charles Clay vs BAL
  14. Dallas Clark @ MIA
  15. Jared Cook vs JAC
  16. Coby Fleener vs SEA
  17. Brandon Myers vs PHI
  18. Brandon Pettigrew @ GB
  19. Tyler Eifert vs NE
  20. Garrett Graham @ SF

FantasySavvy 2012: Week 16 Player Rankings (Super Bowl Rankings)

Thanks for following this year everyone, it’s much appreciated. This season flew by, but once again it was another great season. I hope all of you dominate in your Fantasy Super Bowls. Since it is the Super Bowl, I am going to shorten the lists a bit and take out some of the very irrelevant players. I should have some NBA, MLB and College Hoops stuff coming in the next few weeks and of course I will be back next year for Football, but even stronger. If you ever need to contact me you can @FantasySavvy on Twitter. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all, God Bless. Go get those Championships!


  1. Cam Newton vs OAK
  2. Tom Brady @ JAC
  3. Aaron Rodgers vs TEN
  4. RG3 @ PHI
  5. Tony Romo vs NO
  6. Drew Brees @ DAL
  7. Peyton Manning vs CLE
  8. Andrew Luck @ KC
  9. Eli Manning @ BAL
  10. Colin Kaepernick @ SEA
  11. Ben Roethlisberger vs CIN
  12. Matt Schaub vs MIN
  13. Sam Bradford @ TB
  14. Carson Palmer @ CAR
  15. Russell Wilson vs SF
  16. Andy Dalton @ PIT
  17. Joe Flacco vs NYG
  18. Chad Henne vs NE
  19. Ryan Fitzpatrick @ MIA
  20. Jay Cutler @ ARI
  21. Nick Foles vs WAS
  22. Brandon Weeden @ DEN
  23. Jake Locker @ GB

Running Backs

  1. Adrian Peterson @ HOU
  2. Arian Foster vs MIN
  3. DeMarco Murray vs NO
  4. Ray Rice vs NYG
  5. Alfred Morris @ PHI
  6. Marshawn Lynch vs SF
  7. C.J. Spiller @ MIA
  8. Jamaal Charles vs IND
  9. LeSean McCoy vs WAS
  10. Vick Ballard @ KC
  11. Stevan Ridley @ JAC
  12. Frank Gore @ SEA
  13. Darren McFadden @ CAR
  14. Trent Richardson @ DEN
  15. Reggie Bush vs BUF
  16. Knowshon Moreno vs CLE
  17. Darren Mcfadden @ CAR
  18. Darren Sproles @ DAL
  19. Matt Forte @ ARI
  20. BenJarvus Green-Ellis @ PIT
  21. Steven Jackson @ TB
  22. Chris Johnson @ GB
  23. DeAngelo Williams vs OAK
  24. Ahmad Bradshaw @ BAL *questionable, should play
  25. Montell Owens vs NE
  26. Shonn Greene vs SD
  27. Jonathan Dwyer vs CIN
  28. Chris “Beanie” Wells vs CHI
  29. David Wilson @ BAL *bump up 15 spots if Bradshaw is OUT
  30. Ronnie Brown @ NYJ
  31. Mark Ingram @ DAL
  32. Bilal Powell vs SD
  33. Alex Green vs CLE *questionable
  34. Jonathan Stewart vs OAK *questionable
  35. Bryce Brown vs WAS
  36. Shane Vereen @ JAC
  37. Pierre Thomas @ DAL
  38. Brandon Bolden @ JAC
  39.  Jackie Battle @ NYJ
  40. Issac Redman vs CIN
  41. Marcel Reese @ CAR
  42. Danny Woodhead @ JAC
  43. Peyton Hillis vs IND
  44. Dijuan Harris vs TEN  * move up to Greens Spot if Green OUT

Wide Receivers

  1. Dez Bryant vs NO
  2. Andre Johnson vs MIN
  3. A.J. Green @ PIT
  4. Brandon Marshall @ AZ
  5. Demaryius Thomas vs CLE
  6. Vincent Jackson vs STL
  7. Randall Cobb vs TEN
  8. Wes Welker @ JAC
  9. Reggie Wayne @ KC
  10. Steve Smith vs OAK
  11. Pierre Garcon @ PHI
  12. Victor Cruz @ BAL
  13. Marques Colston @ DAL
  14. Cecil Shorts vs NE
  15. Mike Wallace vs CIN
  16. Steve Johnson @ MIA
  17. Miles Austin vs NO
  18. Michael Crabtree @ SEA
  19. Danny Amendola @ TB
  20. James Jones vs TEN
  21. Hakeem Nicks @ BAL
  22. Eric Decker vs CLE
  23. Lance Moore @ DAL
  24. Justin Blackmon vs NE
  25. Brandon Lloyd @ JAC
  26. Greg Jennings vs TEN
  27. T.Y. Hilton @ KC
  28. Danario Alexander @ NYJ
  29. Torrey Smith vs NYG
  30. Denarius Moore @ CAR
  31. Anquan Boldin vs NYG
  32. Jeremy Maclin vs WAS
  33. Larry Fitzgerald vs CHI
  34. Josh Gordon @ DEN
  35. Antonio Brown vs CIN
  36. Sidney Rice vs SF
  37. Brian Hartline vs BUF
  38. Kenny Britt @ GB
  39. Donnie Avery @ KC
  40. Mike Williams vs STL
  41. Golden Tate vs SF
  42. Brandon LaFell vs OAK
  43. Jason Avant @ WAS
  44. Brandon Gibson @ TB
  45. Darrius Heyward-Bey @ CAR

Tight Ends

  1. Jason Witten vs NO
  2. Aaron Hernandez @ JAC
  3. Jimmy Graham @ DAL
  4. Heath Miller vs CIN
  5. Owen Daniels vs MIN
  6. Jermaine Gresham @ PIT
  7. Greg Olsen vs OAK
  8. Dennis Pitta vs NYG
  9. Antonio Gates @ NYJ
  10. Vernon Davis @ SEA
  11. Brandon Myers @ CAR
  12. Jermichael Finley vs TEN
  13. Kyle Rudolph @ HOU
  14. Marcedes Lewis vs NE
  15. Dwayne Allen @ KC
  16. Scott Chandler @ MIA
  17. Dallas Clark vs STL
  18. Joel Dreessen vs CLE
  19. Jacob Tamme vs CLE
  20. Anthony Fasano vs BUF
  21. Brent Celek vs WAS
  22. Tony Moeaki vs IND

FantasySavvy 2012: Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em Week 14 (Playoff Edition)

As seen on FP911.com, make sure to check there for more great information. 

Well, we are finally here, Week 14, and for the majority of us that means it’s playoff time. The prepping, the drafting, the pickups, the trades, the agonizing over lineup decisions, the ups, the downs, all have led to this moment. I wish you all the best in your playoff runs and as always if you have any questions hit me up @FantasySavvy on Twitter.

You won’t see the obvious names on here, that would be pointless. Maybe occasionally to give you a reminder, but rather we are looking to identify some guys that you may be on the fence with and encourage you to either start or sit them. Matchups will be broken down, stats will be used, some projections will be provided and some “gut” feeling will be mixed in. But when it comes down to the come down, it’s your “gut” you need to roll with.

*Players listed in order of projected effectiveness in the start ‘em category and ineffectiveness in the sit ‘em category.


Start ‘Em

Andrew Luck vs Tennessee 

This kid continues to impress more and more as the season goes on and is starting to show a true chemistry with T.Y. Hilton and Donnie Avery not just Reggie Wayne. The Colts will be at home against a weak Titans secondary; Luck needs to be in your lineups.

Josh Freeman vs Philly

The Eagles are suffering devastating loss one after another and it begs the question of how much life this team has left. Their defense has been shredded the last three weeks by Newton,Griffin and Romo and Freeman should join the party this week. Start him with confidence and expect close to 300 yards with at least two TD’s.

Matt Schaub @ New England

Schaub has thrown for over 1,000 yards and has 8 TD’s in his last three games and against New England he should keep the gaudy numbers up. Look for a good amount of points to be scored in this game and for Schaub to be slinging the rock around. Expect around 250 yards with at least two TD’s.

Sit ‘Em

Phillip Rivers @ Pittsburgh

The Steelers will be without their best CB in Ike Taylor, but Rivers still needs to be benched against the Steelers who are allowing the least amount of points to Fantasy QB’s. Rivers has been up and down all year and with just one TD in his last two games he can’t be trusted in this spot.

Russell Wilson vs Arizona

Wilson has been playing better as the season has went on and has really started to connect with Sidney Rice and Golden Tate, but this is a tough matchup vs Arizona. The Cards have been pretty stout against QB’s, allowing the third fewest points to the position.

Carson Palmer vs Denver

Palmer is the king of “Garbage Time” as he constantly pads onto his stats late in games. He turns the ball over a good amount and his defense couldn’t stop your Grandma, so he is constantly chucking. Palmer has thrown for over 300 yards in four of his last five games, but he is still hard to trust. He could throw three to four interceptions at any time and throw up a dud game for you. In the Fantasy Playoffs you need trust and against Denver and their D who haven’t allowed a QB to score over 20 points in their last seven games, you can’t trust Palmer.

Running Backs

Start ‘Em

Ahmad Bradshaw vs New Orleans

Bradshaw has a great matchup against the Saints who are allowing the most points to Fantasy RB’s and will continue to get a full array of carries with Andre Brown out. The Giants Coaches still aren’t giving the ball to David Wilson despite them saying they would. Look for Bradshaw to get around 20 carries once again, most likely top 100 yards and find the endzone.

Alfred Morris vs Baltimore

The Ravens defense has been banged up with injuries all season and this is just not D we are all used to. The Run D is allowing the 12th most points to Fantasy Backs and this is a matchup that Morris can exploit. He has gone over 100 yards the last two weeks and he should be in for another productive game.

Vick Ballard vs Tennessee 

Ballard isn’t the most talented back, but was talented enough to take the starting gig from Donald Brown. With Brown OUT for Sunday, Ballard will get a good amount of carries and could be in for a nice game against the Titans who are allowing the third most points to Fantasy Backs. Look for around 80-100 total yards with a possible TD, making him a decent flex play.

Sit ‘Em

Ryan Mathews @ Pittsburgh

A lot of Fantasy Experts have been pumping this guy up for years but Mathews just continues to disappoint. It’s pretty simple, he’s not that good of a back and he was always overrated. He hasn’t rushed for 100 yards all season, keep this guy benched and don’t even think about using him against Pittsburgh who are giving up the fewest points to Fantasy Backs.

Beanie Wells @ Seattle

Beanie looked like he was showing some promise with two TD’s against St. Louis in Week 12, but last week against the Jets he reverted back to his old ways rushing for just 22 yards on 15 carries. The Seahawks will not give him much breathing room and he will most likely put on another terrible performance.

Stevan Ridley vs Houston

Ridley has scored in five consecutive weeks but that could come to an end on Sunday against Houston who have allowed just two Rushing TD’s all season and are giving up the 2nd fewest points to Fantasy RB’s. Ridley most likely will be stifled in this game and could be held under 50 yards rushing. With the way the Pats move the ball he could find the endzone, but Ridley doesn’t offer a lot of upside this week. Don’t be afraid to sit Ridley if you have the luxury of doing so.

Wide Receivers

Start ‘Em

Greg Jennings vs Detroit

Jennings should have most of the rust shaken off by now and with Jordy Nelson expected to be OUT on Sunday there is more opportunity for Jennings to contribute. Most of you have been waiting on him all year and instead seeing him on the field we have been seeing him on those stupid Old Spice commercials. It’s time for Jennings to start paying off on our investment in him and this is a good spot for him to do so. The Lions secondary has been obliterated the last two weeks against the Texans and Colts and there is no reason that Jennings and company can’t do the same.

Donnie Avery & T.Y. Hilton vs Tennessee 

Hilton has been hot for for four straight weeks now and is safer option than Avery, but Donnie boy got his last week with two TD’s to get back into the mix. Both are solid plays against the Titans, but Hilton is the better option of the two because of his consistency.

Danario Alexander @ Pittsburgh

Alexander has bumped Antonio Gates to become Phillip Rivers’ favorite target and is turning into a must-start. Alexander has 29 targets in his last three games and has went over 80 yards in every one, finding the endzone twice. WithIke Taylor OUT for Sunday, Alexander should have another productive game. Look for over 80 yards with a possible score.

Sit ‘Em

Justin Blackmon vs NYJ

Blackmon has risen with the insertion of Chad Henne into the lineup, but reverted to his old ways last week with just one catch for 9 yards in a good matchup at Buffalo. The Jets and Antonio Cromartie have been stingy against WR’s all year allowing the third fewest points so it’s best to keep Blackmon reserved.

Denarius Moore vs Denver

Moore has just five catches for 60 yards in his last three games and in a tough matchup against Champ Bailey and the Broncos he should be  benched.

Dwayne Bowe @ Cleveland

Bowe hasn’t scored or had a 100-yard game since Week 4 and runs into a tough matchup with Cleveland and Joe Haden in Week 14. I especially don’t trust Brady Quinn under center and the Chiefs are finally starting to give the rock to Jamaal Charles which is limiting the passing game even more.

Tight Ends

Start ‘Em

Brandon Myers vs Denver

Palmer’s Go-to-guy

Myers had his best game of the year against the Browns who were best against Tight Ends, so he should succeed against Denver who are one of the worst against Tight Ends and will be without LB Wesley WoodwardPalmer should help Myers (his older brother) rack up some nice “garbage points”.

Heath Miller vs San Diego

All signs are pointing to Big Ben returning this Sunday and that bodes extremely well for Miller who was having a career season before Ben got hurt. As long as Ben is playing, Miller is a very solid option.

Dennis Pitta @ Washington

It’s hard to trust Pitta at this point in this season, but he has picked up his pace a bit with two TD’s in his last four games. Against the Skins who are giving up the most points to Tight Ends, he’s worth taking a shot on if you need a Tight End this week.

Sit ‘Em

Jared Cook @ Indy

Cook has back to back 50-yard games and has been targeted 20 times but Indy has been tough against Tight Ends this season ranked 4th best. Don’t expect much production.

Dustin Keller @ Jacksonville

The Jets have chosen to go back to Mark Sanchez in Week 14 after he was benched last week and Keller will continue to suffer as a result. The Jags have also been fairly tough against Tight Ends this year ranked 10th best.

Antonio Gates @ Pittsburgh

Unless he absolutely goes off in the Fantasy Playoffs, which is highly unlikely, it’s pretty much official that Gates has been a fantasy bust this year. Look for more disappointment from Gates when he squares up against the Steelers who are 2nd best against Tight Ends.


Start ‘Em

D’Qwell Jackson vs Kansas City

The talented Jackson has been a force for the Browns this season and is a good play against a run-heavy Chiefs squad. The Chiefs are allowing the 2nd most points to Fantasy LB’s so Jackson most likely will have a good fantasy day.

London Fletcher vs Baltimore

The aged ‘ol veteran continues to get it done and continues to be the leader of this Washington Defense. The Ravens are allowing the 6th most points to Fantasy LB’s and Fletcher has been a tackle machine all season.

Sit ‘Em

Antoine Winfield vs Chicago

Cutler is prone to interceptions, but Brandon Marshall is just a rough matchup for Winfield. The Bears are also allowing the 9th fewest points to Fantasy CB’s.

Jason Pierre-Paul vs New Orleans

Paul’s sack totals have been down this season with 6.5 and going against Drew Brees who is very crafty in the pocket, you should consider benching Paul this week.


FantasySavvy 2012: Week 9 Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em

As seen on FantayPros911.com. Make sure to check there for tons of great fantasy info. Despite the storm and it’s effects we should have a radio show tomorrow evening and have our rankings out on Saturday night. Thanks to all the readers.

First, I want to say I hope that all our readers affected by Sandy are safe. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. This storm was truly devastating to many people including ravaging my home state of New Jersey. It is very sad to see areas that I experienced many memories, now destroyed. The Jersey Shore is a special place to many and it may not be the same for a while. I also feel for the people in Queens, Brooklyn, Long Island, Maryland, Connecticut, and all the other areas that were severely affected.

As we look to bounce back from this tragedy, I know many people will be looking to escape from all the stories on the news and get their mind away from thinking about the storm. This is where sports is great, it helps us get our minds off the present conditions for a little while and enjoy something we love. In a time like this Fantasy Football can seem truly insignificant, but at the same time it provides a good outlet to make things seem normal again, even for a few hours. Due to the storm, this weeks start ‘em, sit ‘em will be somewhat of an express version. I have also been affected by the storm and haven’t been able to prepare for this article as I normally would have. If you guys have any questions you can always hit me up at SteveDeAngelo@gmail.com or @FantasySavvy on twitter. Everybody keep your heads up and enjoy this weekend of Football. God Bless.

You won’t see the obvious names on here, that would be pointless. Maybe occasionally to give you a reminder, but rather we are looking to identify some guys that you may be on the fence with and encourage you to either start or sit them. Matchups will be broken down, stats will be used, some projections will be provided and some “gut” feeling will be mixed in. But when it comes down to the come down, it’s your “gut” you need to roll with.

*Players listed in order of projected effectiveness in the start ‘em category and ineffectiveness in the sit ‘em category.


Start ‘Em

Cam Newton @ Washington Redskins

Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers

I mentioned last week that this is the perfect time to trade for Cam Newton. He just went through a brutal stretch in his schedule playing Dallas, Seattle and the Bears, but now his schedule eases up bigtime. In one of my leagues, I just saw him get traded for Matt Schaub! Make sure you put out some offers before Sunday and if you acquire Cam, start him Sunday. He is going to have a solid finish to the season.

Matt Schaub vs Buffalo

Schaub hasn’t been great this year, but against Buffalo and their swiss defense, he’s a very solid play. Look for close to 300 yards passing and at least 2 TD’s.

Michael Vick @ New Orleans

I may be crazy, but I am contemplating starting Vick over Aaron Rodgers this week. The New Orleans defense is that awful. They are giving up the most fantasy points and are on track to being one of the worst defenses of all-time. Vick is battling for his job, but expect him to produce nicely in this game.

Sit ‘Em

Christian Ponder @ Seattle

Ponder was hot a few weeks ago, but has now has come back to reality. He needs to be benched in all formats.

Matt Hasselbeck vs Chicago

Hasselbeck will continue to start with Jake Locker out, but stay away from him against Chicago.

Joe Flacco @ Cleveland

Cleveland’s secondary is currently ranked 28th in points allowed to QB’s, but remember Joe Haden was out for four weeks. Since his return they have been stingy against QB’s and completely shut down Phillip Rivers last week. This was a Browns secondary that was one of the best statistically last year.  Flacco has also returned to his normal shenanigans, keep him on your benches.

Running Backs

Start ‘Em

Jamaal Charles @ San Diego

Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs

Normally a player of Charles’ caliber would not be on this list, but since Charles has struggled in his last two games and got just five carries last week, you may need to be reminded to start him. Against the Raiders I believe the Chiefs rested Charles after the game got away, knowing they had a short-week ahead of them. Expect Charles to be the focal point of the offense against San Diego and to produce. Charles will most likely get around 20-25 carries tonight. Make sure he is active, you can never bench a player as talented as him.

Willis McGahee @ Cincy

Continue to roll out Willis in matchups like this. Cincy has been bad against the run ranking 27th in Fantasy points allowed to RB’s, so McGahee will enjoy a nice day. The Broncos have a very nice schedule ahead of them, so he also is a nice trade target.

Joique Bell @ Jacksonville

Bell surprisingly got the majority of the second half touches last week against Seattle and showed his versatility. With Mikel LeShoure questionable for this week, Bell could get a boatload of touches against a weak Jacksonville defense. This looks like a good plug and play for Week 9.

Sit ‘Em

Alex Green vs Arizona

Alex Green is about to lose his job, this guy just has not taken advantage of his opportunities. Green Bay head coach Mike McCarthy has already said that James Starks will get more looks this week. Trade Green if you can, because after this week he may have no more value.

Donald Brown vs Miami

Brown is back healthy, but it looks now that he and Vick Ballard will share the backfield. This matchup is also rough this week against a stout Miami run D so keep Brown benched.

Chris Johnson vs Chicago

Johnson has succeeded in tough matchups vs the Texans and Steelers, but Chicago is a different animal to me. I think he struggles mightily in this game and is held under 80 total yards without a score.

Wide Receivers

Start ‘Em

Steve Smith @ Washington

After doing nothing for consecutive weeks, it was good to see Smith succeed in a tough matchup against the Bears by going over 100 yards. This week he is a must-start against the Skins. He will abuse their secondary.

Dwayne Bowe @ San Diego

With Brady Quinn at QB Bowe is hard to trust, but with Cassel playing tonight Bowe needs to be back in Fantasy lineups. The Chargers are also 10th worst in points given up to Fantasy WR’s.

Denarius Moore vs Tampa Bay

Denarius Moore, Oakland Raiders

Denarious has been beasting of late finding the endzone for three straight weeks. Palmer will have success against Tampa Bay and their vunerable secondary ranked third worst in fantasy points allowed to WR’s, so get Moore in your lineups.

Sit ‘Em

Torrey Smith @ Cleveland

I mentioned the return of Joe Haden to the Browns secondary and how it spells bad news for Joe Flacco. Well, Haden could be lined up against Smith for much of this matchup. Reserve him.

Malcom Floyd vs Kansas City

I know owners sometimes get giddy and want to start their players in primetime games, but you need to be patient. Floyd has one TD all season, Rivers has not looked good and Floyd will be matched up with Chiefs stud CB Brandon Flowers. Be weary of starting Floyd tonight.

Kenny Britt vs Chicago

Britt was held under 40 yards receiving in favorable matchups against Buffalo and Indy, so no reason to expect him to succeed against Chicago. Britt is still working his way back from his injuries and has not looked like the same player to me.

Tight Ends

Start ‘Em

Jermaine Gresham vs Denver

Good spot to start Gresham here coming off their bye and facing Denver who are 4th worst at defending the Tight End position.

Greg Olsen @ Washington

Greg Olsen, Carolina Panthers

The Skins defense is hot garbage as we all know, so Olsen has a great shot to thrive in this game.

Dwayne Allen vs Miami

With Coby Fleener out abut two weeks, Allen has full reigns at Tight End for the Colts. If you need a tight end this week, the talented rookie is a decent option.

Sit ‘Em

Dennis Pitta @ Cleveland

Maybe some owners are expecting to bounce back after the Ravens bye week, but don’t expect it to happen against the Browns who are third best against Fantasy Tight Ends.

Martellus Bennett vs Pittsburgh

Bennett has worn down after a strong start to the season and can’t be trusted against Pittsburgh. Wait for him to show up once again before putting him back in lineups.

Brandon Pettigrew @ Jacksonville

Sit the overrated Pettigrew against the Jaguars who are allowing the 5th fewest points to Fantasy Tight Ends.


Start ‘Em

Chad Greenway @ Seattle

Richard Sherman vs Minnesota

Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks

Akeem Ayers vs Chicago

Sit ‘Em

Antrel Rolle vs Pittsburgh

Greg Hardy @ Washington

Patrick Peterson @ Green Bay

FantasySavvy 2012: Week 3 Player Rankings

Updated as of 2am Sunday Morning. Enjoy your Sunday fellas and God Bless. 


  1. Drew Brees vs K.C.
  2. Tony Romo vs TB
  3. RG3 vs Cincy
  4. Matthew Stafford @ Ten
  5. Matt Ryan vs SD
  6. Aaron Rodgers @ Sea
  7. Tom Brady @ Balt
  8. Mike Vick @ Ari
  9. Phillip Rivers vs ATL
  10. Ben Roethlisberger @ Oakland
  11. Jay Cutler vs STL
  12. Andy Dalton @ Washington
  13. Matt Cassel @ NO
  14. Alex Smith @ Min
  15. Andrew Luck vs Jac
  16. Peyton Manning vs HOU
  17. Matt Schaub @ Den
  18. Joe Flacco vs NE
  19. Sam Bradford @ Chi
  20. Jake Locker vs Det
  21. Ryan Fitzpatrick @ Cle
  22. Russell Wilson vs GB
  23. Carson Palmer vs Pitt
  24. Mark Sanchez @ Miami
  25. Ryan Tannehill vs NYJ
  26. Kevin Kolb vs Phi
  27. Josh Freeman @ Dallas
  28. Blaine Gabbert @ Indy
  29. Brandon Weeden vs Buf
  30. Christian Ponder vs SF

Running Backs

  1. Arian Foster @ Denver
  2. C.J. Spiller @ CLE
  3. Trent Richardson vs BUF
  4. DeMarco Murray vs TB
  5. LeSean McCoy @ Ari
  6. Ray Rice vs NE
  7. MJD @ Indy
  8. Reggie Bush vs NYJ
  9. Michael Bush vs STL
  10. Ryan Mathews vs ATL
  11. BenJarvus Green-Ellis @ Was
  12. Jamal Charles @ NO
  13. Steven Ridley @ BAL
  14. Frank Gore @ Min
  15. Marshawn Lynch vs GB
  16. Darren Sproles vs KC
  17. Doug Martin @ Dal
  18. Darren McFadden vs Pit
  19. Willis McGahee vs Houston
  20. Alfred Morris vs Cincy
  21. Adrian Peterson vs SF
  22. Chris Johnson vs DET
  23. Michael Turner @ SD
  24. Donald Brown vs JAC
  25. Ben Tate @ Denver
  26. Kevin Smith @ TEN
  27. Mikel LeShoure @ Ten
  28. Cedric Benson @ Sea
  29. Shonn Greene @ Mia
  30. Mark Ingram vs KC
  31. Pierre Thomas vs KC
  32. Steven Jackson @ Chi *questionable
  33. Daryl Richardson @ Chi
  34. Beanie Wells vs Philly
  35. Peyton Hillis @ NO
  36. Issac Redman @ Oak
  37. Jonathan Dwyer @ Oak
  38. Dexter McCluster @ NO
  39. Kendall Hunter vs Min
  40. Roy Helu vs Cincy
  41. Kahlil Bell vs STL
  42. Ryan Williams vs Philly
  43. Danny Woodhead @ Balt
  44. Knowshon Moreno vs Houston

Wide Receivers

  1. Calvin Johnson @ Ten
  2. A.J. Green @ Was
  3. Roddy White @ SD
  4. Julio Jones @ SD
  5. Andre Johnson @ Den
  6. Reggie Wayne vs Jac
  7. Dwayne Bowe @ NO
  8. Steve Johnson @ Cle
  9. Antonio Brown @ Oak
  10. Mike Wallace @ Oak
  11. Percy Harvin vs SF
  12. Brandon Marshall vs STL
  13. Greg Jennings @ Sea * questionable
  14. Jordy Nelson @ Sea
  15. Marques Colston vs KC
  16. DeSean Jackson @ Ari
  17. Larry Fitzgerald vs Philly
  18. Dez Byrant vs TB
  19. Demaryius Thomas vs Hou
  20. Brandon Lloyd @ Bal *questionable
  21. Wes Welker @ Bal
  22. Malcolm Floyd vs Atl
  23. Lance Moore vs KC
  24. Michael Crabtree @ Min
  25. Danny Amendola @ Chi
  26. Miles Austin vs TB
  27. Donnie Avery vs Jac
  28. Eric Decker vs Hou
  29. Torrey Smith vs NE
  30. Andrew Hawkins @ Was
  31. Justin Blackmon @ Indy
  32. Randall Cobb @ Sea
  33. Vincent Jackson @ Dal
  34. Greg Little vs Buf
  35. Brandon Gibson @ Chi
  36. Nate Washington vs Det
  37. Kenny Britt vs Det
  38. Santonio Holmes @ Mia
  39. Austin Collie vs Jac * questionable
  40. Dexter McCluster @ NO
  41. Randy Moss @ Min
  42. Denarius Moore vs Pit
  43. Darrius Heyward-Bey vs Pit
  44. Kevin Ogletree vs TB
  45. Sidney Rice vs GB
  46. Brian Hartline vs NYJ
  47. Leonard Hankerson vs Cin
  48. Santana Moss vs Cin
  49. Jason Avant @ Ari
  50. Donald Jones @ Cle
  51. Mike Williams @ Dal
  52. Emmanuel Sanders @ Oak
  53. Nate Burelson @ Ten
  54. Titus Young @ Ten
  55. Jon Baldwin @ NO
  56. Stephen Hill @ Miami
  57. Alshon Jeffrey vs STL
  58. Jeremy Kerley @ Miami
  59. Robert Meachem vs ATL
  60. Devery Henderson vs KC
  61. Andre Roberts vs Phi
  62. James Jones @ Sea
  63. Anquan Boldin vs NE

Tight Ends

  1. Jimmy Graham vs KC
  2. Rob Gronkowski @ Balt
  3. Vernon Davis vs Minn
  4. Antonio Gates vs ATL
  5. Brent Celek @ Ari
  6. Tony Gonzalez @ SD
  7. Dennis Pitta vs NE
  8. Jermichael Finley @ Sea
  9. Jason Witten vs TB
  10. Owen Daniels @ Den
  11. Brandon Pettigrew @ Ten
  12. Scott Chandler @ Cle
  13. Coby Fleener vs JAC
  14. Jacob Tamme vs Hou
  15. Jared Cook vs Det
  16. Heath Miller @ Oak
  17. Dustin Keller @ Miami
  18. Fred Davis vs Cin
  19. Brandon Myers vs Pit
  20. Jermaine Gresham @ Was
  21. Marcedes Lewis @ Indy
  22. Tony Moeaki @ NO
  23. Dallas Clark @ Dal
  24. Kyle Rudolph vs SF
  25. Anthony Fasano vs NYJ

FantasySavvy 2012: Week 2 Player Rankings

Updated as of 2am Sunday Morning. Enjoy your Sunday everybody.


  1. Tom Brady vs Arizona
  2. Peyton Manning @ Atlanta
  3. Cam Newton vs N.O.
  4. Drew Brees @ Carolina
  5. Tony Romo @ Seattle
  6. Eli Manning vs TB
  7. RG3 @ STL
  8. Matt Ryan vs Denver
  9. Matthew Stafford @ S.F.
  10. Joe Flacco @ Philly
  11. Matt Schaub @ Jacksonville
  12. Andrew Luck vs Minnesota
  13. Phillip Rivers vs Ten
  14. Matt Cassel @ Buffalo
  15. Michael Vick vs Baltimore
  16. Alex Smith vs Detroit
  17. Ben Roethlisberger vs NYJ
  18. Mark Sanchez @ Pittsburgh
  19. Jake Locker @ San Diego
  20. Carson Palmer @ Miami
  21. Kevin Kolb @ NE
  22. Christian Ponder @ Indy
  23. Andy Dalton vs Cleveland
  24. Russell Wilson vs Dallas
  25. Josh Freeman @ NYG
  26. Ryan Fitzpatrick vs K.C.
  27. Blaine Gabbert vs Houston
  28. Sam Bradford vs Washington
  29. Ryan Tannehill vs Oakland
  30. Brandon Weeden @ Cincy


  1. Arian Foster @ Jacksonville
  2. Darren McFadden @ Miami
  3. LeSean McCoy vs Baltimore
  4. Ray Rice @ Philly
  5. C.J. Spiller vs K.C.
  6. Jamaal Charles @ Buffalo
  7. Adrian Peterson @ Indy
  8. DeMarco Murray @ Seattle
  9. Stevan Ridley @ Arizona
  10. Reggie Bush vs Oakland
  11. Maurice Jones-Drew vs Houston
  12. Darren Sproles @ Carolina
  13. Doug Martin @ NYG
  14. Frank Gore vs Detroit
  15. Chris Johnson @ San Diego
  16. Ahmad Bradshaw vs TB
  17. Marshawn Lynch vs Dallas
  18. Willis McGahee @ Atlanta
  19. Trent Richardson @ Cincy
  20. Alfred Morris @ STL
  21. BenJarvus Green-Ellis vs Cleveland
  22. Steven Jackson vs Washington
  23. Michael Turner vs Denver
  24. Shonn Greene @ Pittsburgh
  25. Jonathan Dwyer vs NYJ
  26. Jonathan Stewart vs N.O.
  27. Donald Brown vs Minnesota
  28. Kevin Smith @ S.F.
  29. Pierre Thomas @ Carolina
  30. Ben Tate @ Jacksonville
  31. Peyton Hillis @ Buffalo
  32. David Wilson vs T.B.
  33. Mark Ingram @ Carolina
  34. Curtis Brinkley vs Ten * Ryan Matthews Doubtful
  35. Beanie Wells @ New England
  36. Dexter McCluster @ Buffalo
  37. Issac Redman vs NYJ
  38. Roy Helu @ STL
  39. Evan Royter @ STL
  40. Kendall Hunter vs Detroit
  41. Ryan Williams @ N.E.
  42. DeAngelo Williams vs N.O.
  43. Ronnie Brown vs Ten
  44. Knowshon Moreno @ Atlanta
  45. Jaquizz Rodgers vs Denver
  46. Toby Gerhart @ Indy
  47. Danny Woodhead vs Arizona

Wide Receivers

  1. Julio Jones vs Denver
  2. Andre Johnson @ Jacksonville
  3. Calvin Johnson @ S.F.
  4. Steve Smith vs N.O.
  5. A.J. Green vs Cleveland *Browns Stud CB Joe Haden out**
  6. Percy Harvin @ Indy
  7. Larry Fitzgerald @ N.E.
  8. Victor Cruz vs T.B.
  9. Dez Bryant @ Seattle
  10. Eric Decker @ Atlanta
  11. Demaryius Thomas @ Atlanta
  12. Reggie Wayne @ Minnesota
  13. Marques Colston @ Carolina
  14. Roddy White vs Denver
  15. Steve Johnson vs K.C.
  16. Hakeem Nicks vs T.B.
  17. Antonio Brown vs NYJ
  18. Mike Wallace vs NYJ
  19. Brandon Lloyd vs Arizona
  20. Jeremy Maclin vs Baltimore *Probable
  21. Wes Welker vs Arizona
  22. Dwayne Bowe @ Buffalo
  23. Kevin Ogletree @ Seattle
  24. Miles Austin @ Seattle
  25. Lance Moore @ Carolina
  26. Vincent Jackson @ NYG
  27. Brandon LaFell vs N.O.
  28. Torrey Smith @ Philly
  29. Justin Blackmon vs Houston
  30. DeSean Jackson vs Baltimore *Probable
  31. Santonio Holmes @ Pittsburgh
  32. Nate Washington @ S.D. *questionable
  33. Michael Crabtree vs Detroit
  34. Randy Moss vs Detroit
  35. Malcolm Floyd vs Ten
  36. Sidney Rice vs Dallas
  37. Danny Amendola vs Washington
  38. Andrew Hawkins vs Cleveland
  39. Denarius Moore @ Miami *Probable
  40. Anquan Boldin @ Philly
  41. Santana Moss @ St. Louis/Aldrick Robinson @ St. Louis
  42. Stephen Hill @ Pittsburgh
  43. Nate Burleson @ S.F/Donnie Avery vs Minnesota
  44. Titus Young @ S.F.
  45. Emmanuel Sanders vs NYJ
  46. Darrius Heyward-Bey @ Miami
  47. Kenny Britt @ S.D. *15-25 snaps
  48. Mike Williams @ NYG
  49. Robert Meachem vs Ten
  50. Dexter McCluster @ Buffalo
  51. Jeremy Kerley @ Pittsburgh
  52. Brandon Gibson vs Washington
  53. Devery Henderson @ Carolina
  54. Davonne Bess vs Oakland
  55. LeStar Jean @ Jacksonville
  56. Andre Roberts @ N.E.
  57. Laurent Robinson vs Houston
  58. Donald Jones vs K.C.
  59. Greg Little @ Cincy
  60. Jon Baldwin @ Buffalo
  61. Steve Breaston @ Buffalo
  62. Domenik Hixon vs T.B.
  63. Harry Douglas vs Denver
  64. Braylon Edwards vs Dallas
  65. Mario Manningham vs Detroit
  66. Cecil Shorts vs Houston
  67. Rod Streater @ Miami
  68. Michael Floyd @ N.E.
  69. Kendall Wright @ S.D.** Bump up 10 spots if Washington is out.
  70. Doug Baldwin vs Dallas

Tight Ends

  1. Rob Gronkowski vs Arizona
  2. Jimmy Graham @ Carolina
  3. Aaron Hernandez vs Arizona
  4. Antonio Gates vs Ten
  5. Vernon Davis vs Detroit
  6. Jason Witten @ Seattle
  7. Tony Gonzalez vs Denver
  8. Jacob Tamme @ Atlanta
  9. Dennis Pitta @ Philly
  10. Brandon Pettigrew @ S.F.
  11. Owen Daniels @ Jacksonville
  12. Tony Moeaki @ Buffalo
  13. Coby Fleener vs Minnesota
  14. Greg Olsen vs N.O.
  15. Jared Cook @ S.D.
  16. Brent Celek vs Baltimore
  17. Martellus Bennett vs T.B./Fred Davis @ St. Louis
  18. Jermaine Gresham vs Cleveland
  19. Heath Miller vs NYJ
  20. Kyle Rudolph @ Indy
  21. Marcedes Lewis vs Houston
  22. Dallas Clark @ NYG
  23. Joel Dreessen @ Atlanta
  24. Lance Kendricks vs Washington
  25. Kevin Boss @ Buffalo
  26. Scott Chandler vs K.C.
  27. Anthony Fasano vs Oakland
  28. Ed Dickson @ Philly
  29. Zach Miller vs Dallas

Fantasy Savvy Player Rankings Week 11

The most serious Rankings in the world are back for Week 11. We try to get them out to you each week, but we don’t want to spoil ya! Haa, in all seriousness, I am doing my best to get as much out to you as possible, so bear with me. I thank you for continuing to follow the site, please follow us on twitter at twitter.com/fantasysavvy and like our FB page as well, the like button is on the right side of this page. Make sure to check our radio show out Tuesdays and Thursdays, the link is at the top of the page under radio show. Blogtalkradio.com/Fantasysavvy. Plus make sure to check out our NFL picks!

On to the Week 11 Rankings, Playoffs are nearing, so follow closely if you want to win! You will notice I don’t go with the typical pansy rankings, I make bold predictions, but they are of sound judgement.


1) Aaron Rodgers vs TB

2) Tom Brady vs KC

3) Tony Romo @ Washington ** Romo makes DeAngelo Hall look silly

4) Cam Newton @ Detroit

5) Carson Palmer @ Min

6) Vince Young  @ NYG ** Vince will be ready and will put up good numbers

7) Eli Manning vs Philly

8) Phillip Rivers @ Chicago

9) Matt Hasselbeck @ Atlanta ** Going to hit Damien Williams a bunch in this one.

10) Matthew Stafford vs Carolina

11) Tyler Palko @ NE ** Will be throwing the ball at least 35 times, has good weapons and a good matchup.

12) Matt Ryan vs Ten

13) Alex Smith vs Arizona

13A) Jay Cutler vs SD

14) Christian Ponder vs Oakland

15) Josh Freeman @ GB

16) Sam Bradford vs Seattle

17) Ryan Fitzpatrick @ Miami

18) Tavaris Jackson @ St. Louis

19) Matt Moore vs Buffalo

20) Andy Dalton @ Baltimore *No AJ Green

21) Joe Flacco @ Cincinnati ** A lot of Ray Rice this week

22) John Skelton @ SF *** Fluke game last week

23) Colt McCoy vs Jac

24) Rex Grossman vs Dallas

25) Blaine Gabbert @ Cle ** Worst QB in the league vs the Best Pass D, better off not starting a QB if he’s your only option. He might get you negative points.


1) LeSean McCoy @ NYG

2) Adrian Peterson vs Oakland

3) MJD @ Cle *** Will be the MJD Show, should go over 130 yards with a score, might get 30 carries.

4) Matt Forte vs SD

5) Fred Jackson @ Miami

6) Ray Rice vs Cincy

7) DeMarco Murray @ Washington

8) Marshawn Lynch @ St. Louis *109 yards against Baltimore, Lynch is for real this year.

9) Michael Bush @ Minnesota *Mcfadden out once again

10) Reggie Bush vs Buffalo * Reggie has been red-hot, another good matchup here.

11) Michael Turner vs Ten

12) Steven Jackson vs Seattle

13) Ryan Matthews @ Chi

14) Kendall Hunter vs Arizona  ** Good chance he gets more touches than Gore in Plus matchup

15) Brandon Jacobs vs Philly

16) James Starks vs TB

17) Chris Johnson @ Atlanta** Johnson gets slowed in this one, if not he could be back to form.

18) Ben Jarvus Green-Eliis vs KC

19) Dexter McCluster @ NE ** Sleeper of the week, Palko will be checking down to him a bunch in this game.

20) Frank Gore vs AZ *** Downgraded because of Ankle and Knee injuries, chance he leaves game or rests once they have lead.

21) Maurice Morris vs Car ** Very good matchup, should have decent game

22) Jonathan Stewart @ Det ** Playing better than DeAngelo right now

23) Beanie Wells @ SF ** Injuries plus brutal matchup

24) Chris Ogbonnaya vs Jac

25) Cedric Benson @ Bal

26) Mike Tolbert @ Chicago

27) LeGarrette Blount @ GB

28) Roy Helu vs Dallas

29) Danny Woodhead vs KC ** Look for 60 total yards, 3-4 catches and a possible score.

30) DeAngelo Williams @ Det

31) Jackie Battle @ NE

32) Daniel Thomas vs Buffalo ** Despite being healthy, Bush has outplayed Thomas and taken over as the lead back.

33) Tashard Choice vs Dallas

34) Kevin Smith @ Carolina

35) Ryan Torain vs Dallas

36) Felix Jones @ Wash

37) Benard Scott @ Baltimore

38) Taiwan Jones @ Minnesota

39) Javon Ringer @ Atlanta

40) Ryan Grant vs TB

41) Kevin Faulk vs KC

42) Ricky Williams vs Cincy

43) Steven Ridley vs KC

44) CJ Spiller @ Miami

45) Leon Washington @ Stl


1) Calvin Johnson vs Carolina

2) Wes Welker vs KC

3) Greg Jennings vs TB

4) Steve Smith @ Det

5) Larry Fitzgerald @ SF

6) Brandon Lloyd vs Seattle

7) Vincent Jackson @ Chi

8) Hakeem Nicks vs Philly

9) Dez Bryant @ Washington

10) Brandon Marshall vs Buffalo

10A) AJ Green @ Balt * Ranked as if he will play, Very Doubtful

11) Jordy Nelson vs TB

12) Dwayne Bowe @ NE

13) Steve Johnson @ Miami ** Probable Looks good to go.

14) Roddy White vs Ten ** Only One 100-yard game all year for Roddy

15) Denarius Moore @ Minnesota

16) Victor Cruz vs Philly

17) Percy Harvin vs Oakland

18) Mario Manningham vs Philly

19) Laurent Robinson @ Wash

20) DeSean Jackson @ NYG

21) Damien Williams @ Atlanta

22) Vincent Brown @ Chicago

23) Anquan Boldin vs Cincy

24) Michael Crabtree vs Arizona

25) Jason Avant @ NYG ** With Maclin now ruled out, Look Vince to target Avant heavily.

26) Earl Bennett vs San Diego

27) Harry Douglas vs Ten ** Julius Jones looks doubtful, Douglas should have a fairly decent game

28) Steve Breaston @ NE ** This is a good matchup for Breaston, should have a lot of catches over the middle

29) Deion Branch vs KC

30) Sidney Rice @ Stl ** Questionable (Concussion)

31A) Jerome Simpson @ Balt, Will be targeted heavily with Green most likely out.

31) Torrey Smith vs Cincy

32) Nate Washington @ Atlanta ** Probable, been quiet of late

33) Mike Williams @ GB

34) Greg Little vs Jac

35) Jonathan Baldwin @ NE ** Have a feeling he could have a nice game, be patient with him.

36) James Jones vs TB

37) Doug Baldwin @ STL

38) Jabaar Gaffney vs Dallas

39) Nate Burleson vs Carolina

40) Steve Smith (Phi) @ NYG

41) Donald Jones @ Miami

42) Darrius Heyward-Bey @ Minnesota

43) Braylon Edwards vs AZ

44) Early Doucet @ SF

44A) Mark Clayton vs Sea

45) Mike Thomas @ Cle

46) David Nelson @ Miami

47) Andre Caldwell @ Balt **2nd wideout if AJ Green is out.


1) Rob Gronkowski vs KC

2) Antonio Gates @ Chicago

3) Jason Witten @ Washington

4) Jermichael Finley vs TB

5) Tony Gonzalez vs Ten

6) Aaron Hernandez vs KC

7) Fred Davis vs Dallas

8) Vernon Davis vs AZ

9) Brandon Pettigrew vs Carolina

10) Greg Olsen @ Det

11) Brent Celek @ NYG

12) Ed Dickson vs Cincy

13) Jake Ballard vs Philly

14) Visanthe Shiancoe vs Oakland

15) Kellen Winslow @ GB

16) Jared Cook @ ATl

17) Jermaine Gresham @ Balt

18) Delanie Walker vs AZ

19) Ben Watson vs Jac

20) Scott Chandler @ Miami

21) Mercedes Lewis @ Cle

22) Anthony Fasano vs Buffalo