Originally written on StraitPinkie.com  |  Last updated 11/17/14
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Top 5 Fantasy Football Free Agents

1). Domenik Hixon NYG WR - 114 Receiving Yards

With Hakeem Nicks’ continued injury history, Domenik Hixon looks to have taken claim as Manning’s go-to receiver.

2). Andre Roberts ARI WR -  118 Receiving Yards 1 TD

Andre Roberts has staked claim as the Cardinals number 2 wide receiver. With Larry Fitzgerald getting most of the focus, Roberts should continue to be a solid play.

3). Brandon Bolden NE RB - 148 Total yards 1 TD

Bolden went completely off this week, but he still looks to be firmly behind Steven Ridley who also had a solid week. That being said you never can tell who will start in New England.

4). Andy Dalton CIN QB - 244 Passing  yards 3 TD 1 INT

Dalton has scored at least three Touchdowns in each of the last three games. Not to shabby.

5). Heath Miller PIT TE - Bye Week

In case you didn’t grab Miller during his bye week, he is still widely available. He should give you solid production.

Three Trends To Watch

1). Is Tim Tebow going to start in NYJ? If so, he could once again become a fantasy dynamo.

2). Dallas’ offensive line looks to be pretty bad. It might be time to sell high on Tony Romo and Demarco Murray.

3). Alfred Morris looks to be for sure the Washington Redskins’ go-to running back. With Mike Shanahan usual running back carousel, you still might be able to grab him for cheap.

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