• Posts Tagged ‘drops’

    Week 4 Pickups: The One With All the Vikings

    by  • September 26, 2012 • Waiver Wire • 0 Comments

    Old Vikings Marching Down a Street

    I’m 0-3 in one league, and I can’t stand it. So I’ll be all over the wires this week. You stand to benefit from my helpful or misguided research. Obviously, we had an eventful weekend of football. Or whatever you call the sport the replacement refs are now calling for us. Unfortunately for us...

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    Time to drop Ronnie Brown, Fred Davis, and Braylon Edwards

    by  • September 20, 2012 • Waiver Wire • 0 Comments

    I’d also add Isaiah Pead, Tim Tebow, and David Wilson (might wait until we see him play Thursday night)  to the droppable list Cecil offers up unless you’re in a deeper league. If you need the spot for a more promising waiver wire pickup, don’t be afraid to let these guys walk this week.

    Who are you torn about dropping this week? Or who are you preparing to drop if they don’t show up in Week 3? Throw some names in the comments, and we’ll discuss.

    Stick a fork in Michael Turner

    by  • September 14, 2012 • Waiver Wire • 0 Comments

    Turner looked slow and unable to break even arm tackles. He isn’t a threat to contribute in the passing game, so you’re only real hope is that he picks up enough touchdowns to stay fantasy relevant. The Falcons had eight snaps inside the Chiefs’ 10 yard line on Sunday and Turner had one carry. If you have a way to get rid of him for anything of value, do it now.

    Heath Cummings  of Footballguys.com on Michael Turner’s slow start to the season in Week 1

    5 Reasons to Drop Sidney Rice

    by  • October 8, 2010 • Tips & Strategy • 3 Comments

    If you’ve stashed Sidney Rice away on your bench waiting for his triumphant return to fantasy football studliness, it’s time to drop him. Let him go. Let someone else burn that candle, sacrificing a roster spot for almost the entire season in hopes that he will return to dominance for their playoff push. You...

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    Ted Ginn: This is why you can’t have nice things

    by  • November 25, 2009 • Tips & Strategy, Waiver Wire • 2 Comments

    As if you needed a two-minute explanation of why you should never trust Ted Ginn Jr. as a fantasy football wideout, here you are. Please cover the eyes of any young children in the room.

    via Pro Football Talk

    Yeah, it’s really that bad. Do not draft, people. Do not draft. Ginn’s own hands are not to be trusted, and he might even look to do away with them, as we’ve mentioned previously.