Found November 06, 2012 on Gridiron Experts:
Waiver Wire Pickups With Arizona, Green Bay, Cleveland and Washington all on a BYE this week, you may be in need of a great waiver wire pickup. At this time in the year you’re in one of three situations: 1. Gonna make the playoffs 2. Might make the playoffs or 3. You’re done -In which case Sundays feature more than one instalment of The Walking Dead. Having solid players on your bench or grabbing that one guy that leads your team to the playoffs could make all the difference in whether or not you are hoisting that fantasy trophy at the end of the season or whether you are getting out the check book to cover your losses. So let’s get started on some guys that can fill in or provide depth for your team this week. Quarterback Carson Palmer – 50% owned – Palmer continues to get it done at the high end QB2 position. Palmer finished with around 30 fantasy points that involved 414 passing yards and 4 touchdowns. These numbers were a bit inflated against a bad passing defense (Tampa Bay) bu...
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