Post Week Ten Waiver Wire

Playoffs? Playoffs? Is your fantasy football team as burnt as an overcooked steak? If you’re yelling that “playoffs” message to your other partners in fantasy football, than yes. With three to four regulars season games left in fantasy football, it’s all about how you drafted in August now. Unless your team is injured the waiver wire is not going to help you right now.

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h3. Quarterbacks

Byron Leftwich
With Fred Taylor hurt, the Jaguars will give Leftwich some extra plays to throw with his arm. For the first time in his career he is having some other targets besides Jimmy Smith to hit. The emergence of rookie Matt Jones is popping up every week. In fact, Jimmy Smith has even began to pout about not getting the ball enough.

Gus Frerotte
If Miami can’t run the ball than Frerotte will be chucking the football like he did Sunday. Miami has an arsenal of weapons at tight end and wide receiver, so Frerotte should put up decent numbers for the rest of the season. With the Dolphins fading out of the playoff picture, desperation times will come to the main center against defenses. More designed big plays to spark the offense through the passing game will try to be planned out.

David Carr
Throw his poor season out the window. A quarterback with his talent can only be held in check for so long. Carr is going to have a few dazzling performances before the year is done, and also get the Texans a few wins. The unfortunate season for Carr is only going to make him better in the long run. No quarterback that can take a beating like Carr’s takes the field with a poor manner. He loves the game and will show that poise and determination before the year is done.

Mike McMahon
He’ll likely offer more for the Eagles now than McNabb could when playing hurt. McMahon is mobile and sees the field well. The problem for McMahon is sometimes the defense reads his passes even better.

Running Backs

Adrian Peterson
One thing the Bears know they must have great depth at is running back. They secured that with the drafting of both Peterson and Cedric Benson. Starting running back Thomas Jones has been nicked up all season long, and Cedric Benson is now hurt for an undetermined time length. Peterson has the confidence of a starting running back, and has ran like one when given the opportunity.

JJ Arrington
The season has been one of the worst a starting running back could ever have. Looking past that the season isn’t over yet. Dennis Green wants to solve the Cardinals mystery at running back, and will try to salvage it on a week to week basis. If there aren’t any holes to hit, than the result will be what has happened the previous weeks for Arrington. Often it only takes that one week for a new offensive line to blend together. Who knows if that week will be during your fantasy football teams playoff run.

Wide Receiver

Charles Rogers
When one receiver from a team enjoys a game 100 percent, that means it’s time to look at the other receivers on that roster. Roy Williams had a career game against the Cardinals, and you can bet a game like that won’t happen again anytime soon. He’ll face more from opposing defenses, and that’ll free up some big plays for Charles Rogers. Either Rogers or Mike Williams should finish the season strong.

Marty Booker
Chris Chambers is beginning to not be the sure target of Gus Frerotte. Booker may not make the huge plays down field, but he moves the chains with solid median routes. Booker has some great years on his resume, and is going to keep drawing more looks from Frerotte if Chambers keeps struggling.

Lee Evans
Favoritism from a quarterback to a receiver, can mean the difference in several touchdowns. Kelly Holcomb’s favorite target is Eric Moulds. For former Bills quarterback, Drew Bledsoe, and JP Losman Lee Evans was and is. Losman hooked up with Evans on two quick scores against the Kansas City Chiefs. Evans had a similar stretch last year that started towards the middle of the season. If Losman is renamed the starter, you can expect a similar finish.


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