Found September 10, 2012 on Razzball Football:
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With Week 1 complete other than the MNF double-header, odds are that your league mates are rushing to the Waiver Wire looking for the next Victor Cruz. If your league is full of irrational Giants fans, then the real Victor Cruz might be on that Waiver Wire after his 3-drop performance last Wednesday. Some of the pickups you make this week could lead you to the fantasy playoffs, and others will be dropped after Week 2, but this is not the time to sit still. If one of your late round picks (Rueben Randle, Ronnie Hillman, Felix Jones, etc.) showed no promise, don’t hesitate to cut them loose for a Week 1 stud who has the ability and situation to keep it up. You might find the next 2010 Peyton Hillis, or you might find the next 2010 Brandon Jackson, but it’s much easier to drop Jackson than it is to regret not picking up Hillis. PPR Leagues – Coby Fleener The biggest pickup of the week in PPR leagues will undoubtedly be Kevin Ogletree, but I view his Week 1 performance as a product of a...
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