Found November 13, 2012 on Kramerica Sports:
Waiver Wire Pick-ups! Danario Alexander – WR Chargers: Five catches for 134 yards and a touchdown with seven targets last week. He took the starting spot and didn’t look back on Sunday. Royal and Meachem may be around this coming week but Alexander is showing his worth with Philip Rivers. A good pick-up in deeper leagues. At Denver this week. Chris Ivory – RB Saints: Seven carries for 72 yards and a touchdown with one catch for 13 yards.  Pay attention to Darren Sproles activity also having Mark Ingram and Pierre Thomas back there is not helping his situation. Believe this to be a who has the hot hand situation with the problem being we don’t know who it will be next week. At Oakland next week. Greg Olsen – TE Panthers: Olsen has been consistent this year and he finally had his breakout game with nine catches for 102 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday. This is his second week leading the team in targets as the Panthers continue to struggle running the rock. Tampa Bay at home next week. Danny Amendola – WR Rams: 11 catches for 102 yards and an 80 yard catch that was called back. Most of us thought he was done for the year but he proved to be a tough dude with his performance Sunday. Truly Sam Bradfords favorite receiver with the only guy to catch more than three passes. Jets at home next week. Cincinnati D – Bengals: Came up huge against the Giants on Sunday and are currently preparing for the Chiefs. Last Week Results: T.Y. Hilton – Two rushes for 30 yards. Isaac Redman - Marcel Reece – 13 carries for 48 yards and seven catches for 56 yards. Brandon Myers – Five catches for 57 yards and a concussion. Joique Bell – Seven catches for 44 yards and one carry for four yards.
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