Found October 29, 2012 on Football Nation:
The BCS picture is starting to take shape and so should your league landscape.  At this point in the season, you are either firmly out of contention (better luck next year) or you are making your playoff push (cue ‘Eye of the Tiger’).  If you are looking through the waiver wire to find a weekly starter, you are not going to find any.  With just two or three weeks left in the regular season, you will find guys who are good for a week or two and then you have to move on.  Take a look at who we have found below and continue your dynastic march! BCSTeddy Bridgewater, QB- LouisvilleOddly enough, Bridgewater is still available in most leagues and is worth playing against Temple and Syracuse in the next two weeks.  In five of eight weeks, Bridgewater has scored better than 22 points so he is a consistent producer.Jeff Driskel, QB- FloridaI have no doubt that Driskel is sitting on the waiver wire and for good reason.  He can’t pass and his team plays in a meat grinder of a conference.  Howe...
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