Found November 26, 2012 on Fox Sports:
As the majority of leagues disregard the final week of the NFL regular season, only a month remains on the fantasy football calendar. And at this juncture, the available options for owners rectifying their roster by obtaining a backup running back or receiver for flex play, well, it's slim pickings. The general consensus towards players attainable at the present interval mirrors Thanksgiving leftovers: if an entity was that worthy to begin with, someone would have already snatched it up, right? Well, not necessarily. For managers still searching for that elusive "missing piece" heading into the rotisserie postseason, there is hope. History has shown us that late-season acquisitions can be the difference between fantasy fruition or failure (cough cough Joe Webb cough). So which performers have a chance to shine? Keeping in mind the holiday spirit, here are the "leftovers" that can assist in your playoff aspirations: Dessert Division Wait, THIS is around? G...
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