Found October 24, 2012 on RotoAsk:
Week 8 Sit ‘Em & Start ‘Em for the 2012-2013 Fantasy Football season by Koopafantasy. Have questions? Find me on Twitter: @Blackie_Mike Start ‘em: (STL) Sam Bradford vs. (NE) – There are only four teams on bye this week, and even fewer of them have good quarterbacks, but if you find yourself needing a QB to plug in this week hoping for some big numbers, Bradford might be the guy. He is not a consistent starter, and tends to struggle without Danny Amendola, but has the chance for a 18+ fantasy point game trying to chase Tom Brady. I am hoping for 275 yards and 2 TDs, possibly more. Weedon has impressed me so far this season, and has a chance to throw his first three touchdown game at home against the Chargers. (CLE) Brandon Weedon vs. (SD) – Weedon might be an even better start than Sam Bradford in week eight. The Chargers haven’t been as bad against the pass this year as the Patriots, but he has played better, looking better with each week it seems. HE has thrown for 300+ yards ...
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