Originally posted on Football Nation  |  Last updated 10/29/12
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.  However, his next three games are against a floundering Missouri team, Louisiana-Lafayette, and Jacksonville State.  In the last two, look for Driskel to get plenty of practice throwing the ball.  He is certainly worth a start in two quarterback leagues throughout these three games.Damon Bullock, RB- IowaIn an odd twist of fate (and perhaps some mercy from the AIRBHG), Iowa running back Mark Weisman goes down with an injury against Northwestern but, like a Phoenix, Damon Bullock emerges from the ashes to be the workhorse he once was.  The schedule features Indiana and Purdue the next two weeks which are great starts for this Hawkeye back.Kenny Miles, RB- South CarolinaFirst of all, I would like to say that there is no possible way that the Gamecocks can replace the contributions of Marcus Lattimore on or off the field.  With that said, Miles will be the starter in his absence which makes him worth at least slotting in your roster.  He is worth a flex play against Arkansas and a starting nod against Wofford.DeVante Parker, WR- LouisvilleParker is the epitome of boom-or-bust but when he is clicking, he is one of the best.  He has a third of the team’s receiving touchdowns and is starting to mature alongside Teddy Bridgewater.  You have to be careful of the opponent but on sheer potential alone, Parker is worth a WR3 play.Emory Blake, WR- AuburnDespite his abysmal team, Blake is a NFL-caliber receiver and is worth picking up if only to play against New Mexico State in Week 10 and Alabama A&M in Week 11.  The offense was able to at least put points on the board against Texas A&M so there is still some hope coming out of Jordan-Hare.Jalen Saunders, WR- OklahomaI honestly did not think that Saunders would make an impact for the Sooners until next season but against the ironclad defense of the Fightin’ Irish, Saunders was the team’s only consistent producer.  The Fresno State transfer finished that game with 15 catches for 181 yards and appears to be one that Landry Jones will be looking for the rest of the season. Non-BCSRyan Griffin, QB- TulaneThe Green Wave is finally moving and it is all because of senior quarterback Ryan Griffin.  He has a solid group of receivers and will be passing a ton to keep his team in games.  After an astounding showing against UAB (450+ yards, 5 touchdowns), Griffin takes on a relatively soft Conference USA slate and should be started for at least the next two weeks.Keenan Reynolds, QB- NavyIt seems like forever since Ricky Dobbs suited up for the Midshipmen but alas, there is another fantasy-worthy Navy quarterback.  Freshman Keenan Reynolds has stepped up in a big way and has been producing on the stat sheet as well.  In the last three games, Reynolds has accounted for 10 total touchdowns, with six of them through the air!  Plus, the schedule is smooth sailing the rest of the year with Florida Atlantic, Troy, Texas State, and Army.  Reynolds is a great QB2 play all the way until the championship game.Austin Brown, QB- UABBrown has had his moments this season but for the most part has played like the freshman that he is.  Regardless of his age, you cannot deny the fact that in the last three weeks, he has thrown for over 300 yards twice and another 400-yard game.  He faces Southern Miss, Marshall, and Memphis the next three weeks so needless to say, his high-flying ways will continue.Garret Gilbert, QB- SMUGilbert did not take to the Run-N-Shoot as well as we all had hoped but against some of the bottom feeders in the Conference USA, he has looked good.  The rest of the schedule features two such teams in Rice and Southern Miss so if you need a decent play in Weeks 11 & 12, Gilbert is your man.Darrin Reaves, RB- UABReaves has consistently seen plenty of carries this season but it has only been in the last two weeks that he has started making waves.  The last two weeks, Reaves has rushed the ball 42 times for 235 yards and five touchdowns.  For the same reasons I told you to pick up Austin Brown apply for Reaves. Wes Cobb, RB- Air ForceAs long as Cody Getz is on the mend, Cobb is worth playing.  Against Nevada, Cobb carried the load with 30 totes for 152 yards and a score.  Getz owners should jump on this right away until their star halfback is back on the field.Eric Monette, WR- Western MichiganMonette was supposed to be one of the top targets for Alex Carder and the Western Michigan Broncos this season but early injuries derailed him.  Well even without Carder slinging him the ball, Monette looked awfully good against the conference’s best defense catching eight passes for 142 yards and two scores.  Regardless of who is throwing him the ball, Monette is back and is ready to play for your team.Nick Adams and Jackie Williams, WRs- UABSee Austin Brown and Darrin Reaves.  
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