Just in time for your mid-week lineup, here’s a quick review of
Peyton Manning, Steve Smith (
Jon Beason top the rankings of the Shark Tank’s collective brain.
Tony Romo seems precariously high against
Matt Hasselbeck owners starting him: make other plans.
Ryan Grant should continue a strong run in
Felix Jones is a mistake – even if you don’t agree that
Marion Barber is still uncertain and they’re playing on Monday night, which means your last-minute options are slim-to-none. Don’t make this play.
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Steve Breaston owners can hoot and holler this week having bounced back from injury. He’s sagged into the middle of the list for now, but as more lineups come in, more sharks will look for some plump numbers and give his ranking a good lift.
Justin Smith owners, your patience is rewarded this week.
Behind the line, don’t chase Ray Lewis’ points from last week. The
Demarcus Ware and Bradie James are nice starts against
Willis landed in
In the secondary, you’ve got -you know what? Screw ‘em. I hate these guys anyway. Apart from the few true playmakers, they’re all just scrubs who couldn’t make the cut at wideout. Your goal is to get the guys who suck enough to get picked on, but are still marginally better than the rest of the stone-handed special teams misfits on the team so they keep their jobs. You then start the guys who face teams that pass a lot. Just do that. Want help? I’m sick of these bums, you’ll just have to see for yourself
Who Sharks Are Starting now.