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Week 17 Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em (WR, TE & DEF)

Wide receiver Start ‘Em Week 17 sleeper WRs Robert Meachem, NO vs. CAR Pierre Garcon, IND at JAC Vincent Brown, SD at OAK James Jones, GB vs. DET David Nelson, BUF at NE Steve Johnson (at NE): Johnson has done a solid job the past five games with at least eight Fantasy points in each […]

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Week 17 Start’em or Sit’em (QB & RB)

Quarterback Start ‘Em Week 17 sleeper QBs Joe Flacco, BAL at CIN Josh McCown, CHI at MIN Dan Orlovsky, IND at JAC Eli Manning (vs. DAL): Manning has struggled of late with 17 Fantasy points combined in his past two games against Washington and the Jets, but we’re counting on him to finish the season […]

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Week 16 Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em (WR, TE & DEF)

Wide receiver Start ‘Em Week 16 sleeper WRs Davone Bess, MIA at NE Titus Young, DET vs. SD Andre Roberts, ARI at CIN Dwayne Bowe, KC vs. OAK Plaxico Burress, NYJ vs. NYG Miles Austin (vs. PHI): Austin has been stellar since returning from his latest hamstring injury in Week 14. In his past two […]

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Week 16 Start’em or Sit’em (QB & RB)

Quarterback Start ‘Em Week 16 sleeper QBs Mark Sanchez, NYJ vs. NYG Kyle Orton, KC vs. OAK John Skelton, ARI at CIN Cam Newton (vs. TB): Newton has helped many Fantasy owners reach the playoffs, and he should be able to carry you to a title with his matchup with the Bucs. He has at […]

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Week 15 Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em (WR, TE & DEF)

Wide receiver Start ‘Em Julio Jones (vs. JAC): Jones is still on the injury report, but he was on it last week and looked pretty darn good running to the end zone. Twice. The matchup for the Falcons in Week 15 is perfect — the Jaguars won’t have much of a shot to annoy Matt […]

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Week 15 Start’em or Sit’em (QB & RB)

Quarterback Start ‘Em Tim Tebow (vs. NE): We’ve got an easy rule to follow when it comes to Tebow in Fantasy: When he’s got a tough matchup, sit him. When he’s got a good matchup, start him. It just so happens this week that he has a great matchup against the Patriots. New England’s secondary […]

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Waiver Wire: Recycle your tight ends

Tight end Add ‘Em Joel Dreessen, Texans Owned: 6 percent of leagues Week 14: Had three catches for 22 yards and a touchdown at Cincinnati. Analysis: What can we say? The guy has scored in three straight games and has been the equivalent of a goal-line vulture for all of the Texans’ prominent Fantasy players. […]

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Four Quarters: Time to go Greene again

First Quarter — Surprises of the Week Look at the names that were top 12 Fantasy performers at the quarterback position — Mark Sanchez, Jake Locker, John Skelton, T.J. Yates and Joe Webb. Not one of those quarterbacks was started in more than 24 percent of Fantasy leagues and they all had 20-plus Fantasy points […]

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Into the deep for Week 14

Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick (at SD): Since the Bills lost Fred Jackson (calf) in Week 11 at Miami they have turned the team over to Fitzpatrick, and he has played well the past two weeks. He has combined for 551 passing yards, four touchdowns and a fumble against the Jets and Tennessee, and he should have […]

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Week 14 Start ‘Em or Sit ‘Em (WR, TE & DEF)

Wide receiver Start ‘Em Week 14 sleeper WRs Deion Branch, NE at WAS Golden Tate, SEA vs. STL Nate Burleson, DET vs. MIN Malcom Floyd, SD vs. BUF Michael Crabtree, SF at ARI Anquan Boldin (vs. IND): Boldin is starting to disappoint Fantasy owners again with his recent poor play since he hasn’t reached double […]

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