Found September 11, 2012 on Razzball Football:
With the first week in the books, let’s see who you can pick up to try and help you out from our friend, the waiver wire.  The percentage in the parenthesis next to the player with be the percentage unowned in ESPN leagues.  That saves me the hassle of writing ‘Available in 96% of ESPN leagues’ over and over.  Thanks me. Alfred Morris, WSH RB (85%) Morris took the lead back role in Washington so far. Morris put up strong numbers in the Redskins’ win over New Orleans (28-96-2TDs). Washington has a tasty matchup with St Louis this week so Morris could go off again. Patriots D/ST (83%) – New England’s defense held Titans’ running back Chris Johnson to 4 rushing yards on 11 carries. Add to that a sack, fumble, touchdown play in the second quarter and the Patriots make a good defense to pick up off the wire. And they host woeful Arizona this week. Stephen Hill NYJ WR (95%) – Hill scored a couple touchdowns as the Jets thrashed the Bills in week one. We’re not sure if the aerial assault c...
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