Audibles Special Bye Week Edition
Rather than look at the week in review, I felt obligated to provide some insight into week 10 bye week fill-ins.
Santana Moss are unavailable to help you this week. Here are some ideas of who you can plug in if you haven’t planned up to this point. I’m going to do the best I can with what is out there to work with. That being said, let’s get started.
If you look at the available guys, you know our options are thin. Here are a couple of ideas who you can pick up:
Derrick Ward, Giants: Seems to be getting adequate work in a very solid offense. Ward should see 10 carries Sunday evening against Philly. He has the burst and good hands.
Larry Johnson is busy slapping ladies around. It’s time you got a good look at the
Fred Taylor, Jaguars:
Leon Washington, Jets: He proves that he makes the most of his opportunities again. I have him with nine carries and three receptions this week versus a Rams defense that has major holes. Last week he had 42 yards on two catches and seven carries for 13 yards. He isn’t playing the tough Bills D folks, it’s the Rams.
Roddy White. Look for more opportunities for Jenkins as the rapport continues to develop. They face a Saints D who has given up the big play almost weekly.
Steve Breaston, Cardinals: Against the 49ers the third receiver in the Cardinals offense does well again this week. This guy is really a gamer.
Reggie Brown. This week it’s Curtis who shakes the rust off versus NYG. The Giants will grab the early lead forcing McNabb to air it out.
Devery Henderson, Saints: Most will tell you it’s Colston or Moore but if you need help,
Bryant Johnson: You pick ‘em. I like Morgan better because his more athletic. With J.T. O’Sullivan out of the picture and Shaun Hill at the helm, I like his chances. 49ers get behind, then they are forced to throw. These guys aren’t worth dropping your pants over, but in a pinch use one.
Marcedes Lewis, Jaguars: UCLA product is finally acclimated himself to the pro game. Again, against a bad
Dustin Keller, Jets: Look out in this game versus the Rams. It has shootout written all over it. Favre likes the rookie Keller.
Ryan Torain vs.
Leon Washington. In a running back dominated league, I can’t quite drop Torain without getting a good look at him first.
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