Found November 21, 2012 on Razzball Football:
With the bye weeks finally behind us, now all you have to worry about are injuries.  Unfortunately, there are quite a few of those which makes week 12 an interesting one, especially when looking at the waiver wire. Remember Beanie Wells?  Although he wasn’t all that fantastic before his injury this year, he still has enormous potential and The Arizona Cardinals certainly know that.  However, in his last two starts anyway, LaRod Stephens-Howling has been a suitable replacement.  With Wells’ return and Stephens-Howling’s continued display of ability, look for this to quickly turn into a time share.  Both of them should be owned in almost all leagues with some bench room, but both RBs are risky starts this week with so many question marks.  Keep in mind they play Seattle in two weeks so the last week before the playoffs for many of you will be another benching situation for both of these RBs. After a few lackluster performances from Rashad Jennings, Mike Mularkey decided to roll with J...
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