March 19, 2018


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Cleveland Browns

Money Ball: The Sequel

Hate to start out the offseason with the Cleveland Browns, but they are makin’ moves!
Browns acquired: Tyrod Taylor, Jarvis Landry, Damarious Randall
Browns gave up: 2018 3rd-round pick (No. 65), 2018 4th-round pick, 2019 7th-round pick, DeShone Kizer

Building with experienced quality performers that have something to prove, by selling inconsequential draft picks is exactly what Sashi Brown was building up for. It’s a shame he won’t be around to reap the rewards, but these are quality moves for a win-now mentality.

03/09/18, 09:37 PM CST by Wheeler


Tyrod Taylor

Buffalo Bills

Hue Looks To TyGoat

Browns left tackle Joe Thomas, who's pondering his future, is a fan of Tyrod Taylor and has said so on the ThomaHawk Show podcast.

Tyrod is just one season removed (2016) from being the QB11 in average fantasy ppg, including seven 20+ point weeks and six 15+ point weeks. Given the current talent on the O-line and skill position weapons he could improve on those numbers. He has the potential to be this year’s Alex Smith, definitely heading my late-round (12+) QB picks now.

03/09/18, 09:32 PM CST by Wheeler


Deshone Kizer

Cleveland Browns

Packers Get In On The Fun

The Packers have traded for QB DeShone Kizer from the Browns to Green Bay.

This is the best possible scenario for Kizer, who was thrown into the fire last season. Getting the chance to develop and learn behind the best in the business is the best chance he has for longevity.

03/09/18, 09:30 PM CST by Wheeler


Torrey Smith

Philadelphia Eagles

On The Move Again

The Eagles trade WR Torrey Smith to the Panthers for CB Daryl Worley. Torrey Smith could fill the old Ted Ginn role which makes this fairly interesting. Stagg Party says it’s more of a boost for Cam than Torrey himself.

This is an absolute perfect fit, someone who isn’t going to demand the ball, but can take the top off a defense while McCaffrey, Olsen, and Cam work underneath. Torrey is looking like a great late-round flyer.

03/09/18, 09:28 PM CST by Wheeler


DeMarco Murray

Tennessee Titans

Henry Hype Train Has Clear Track

DeMarco Murray was released by the Titans.
No surprise here, expect Derick Henry to be a lead back with 250+ touches, but they will bring in someone that will play the third-down, pass-catching role out of the backfield. I wouldn’t be surprised if they sign someone like Jerick McKinnon or Rex Burkhead, or even Darren Sproles or Charles Sims. There are also plenty of options in the NFL draft, Henry won’t be a true “Bell Cow.”

03/09/18, 09:17 PM CST by Wheeler


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

The Name Says It All

Marquise Goodwin and the 49ers have agreed to a 3yr extension worth $20.3M & 10M guaranteed.

Shanahan has found his big-play threat at a reasonable price. Goodwin caught 56 balls for 962 yards last season, but only had two TD’s. None of his six longest plays (33+ yards) were from Garoppollo so it leads me to believe they will still be looking for a top of the line WR, even with Garcon coming back from injury.

03/09/18, 09:15 PM CST by Wheeler


Jonathan Stewart

Carolina Panthers

The Search Is On

Former Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart is visiting the Seahawks today, source says. Seattle is looking at all options to get that ground game going.

This would be an interesting landing spot for Stewart, but no RB available in free agency is going to do spit behind this Swiss-cheese O-line.

03/09/18, 09:13 PM CST by Wheeler


New York Giants

Building Blocks

NFL draft insider Tony Pauline says "belief" around the league is free agent OG Andrew Norwell signing with the Giants is "a done deal."
The top guard on the market, Norwell was one of ex-Panthers GM Dave Gettleman's most-prized discoveries as an undrafted free agent. Gettleman now runs the Giants, who have needs all over the line.

I like anything the Giants can do to repair this disheveled O-line. Building a line through free-agency is almost always a better option than through the draft, but I would still like to see them trade back in the draft and grab Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame.

03/09/18, 09:11 PM CST by Wheeler


Dion Lewis

New England Patriots

Pass Catching Backs Set To Dominate

On first downs this year, the Eagles allow a 65% success rate on RB-passes. That ranks 29th in the league. Dion Lewis averaged 6.5 YPA and a 59% success rate, and James White averaged 7.7 YPA and a 58% success rate on first down passes this season.

02/04/18, 10:36 AM CST by Wheeler


James White

New England Patriots

Pass Catching Backs Set To Dominate

On first downs this year, the Eagles allow a 65% success rate on RB-passes. That ranks 29th in the league. Dion Lewis averaged 6.5 YPA and a 59% success rate, and James White averaged 7.7 YPA and a 58% success rate on first down passes this season.

02/04/18, 10:36 AM CST by Wheeler


Philadelphia Eagles

Attack With 11

The Patriots defense is particularly susceptible to runs out of 11 personnel (1 RB, 1 TE, 3 WRs), allowing a 61% success rate and 6.0 YPC to offenses when rushing from this formation. The Eagles are one of the most run heavy teams from 11 personnel, recording nearly 60% of their total rushes from 11 formation. The Patriots haven’t faced teams like this often, the teams the Pats faced in the playoffs, Tennessee and Jacksonville were last and 5th lowest respectively rushing from 11 formation. This is a massive advantage for the Eagles if they recognize it and use it.

02/04/18, 10:32 AM CST by Wheeler


Jay Ajayi

Philadelphia Eagles

To The Left, To The Left

New England started the season off with one of the worst rush defenses in the entire league, but things have really shifted over the second half of the year. Prior to their Week 9 bye, the Patriots had allowed a 44.70% Success Rate to opposing running backs, the third-worst in the league. That's dropped to about 38% since, and they've had the fifth-best rush defense by Success Rate since Week 12. New England's especially been good at stopping runs to the left side of the field, which just so happens to be where Jay Ajayi has really made a mark since joining the Eagles in Week 9.
I don’t look for Ajayi to make his mark in this game. I know it’s a lazy narrative, but a Blount revenge game seems to really be in the cards here.

02/04/18, 10:30 AM CST by Wheeler


Zach Ertz

Philadelphia Eagles

Pats Could Hit'em Where It Ertz

Zach Ertz leads the Eagles in targets (39) with Foles under center, drawing at least eight in three of their four full games together. Keyed by FS Devin McCourty and SS Patrick Chung, the Pats allowed the NFL’s tenth-fewest receiving yards to tight ends (720) this season, only four opposing tight ends have reached 50 yards through 18 Patriots games.
If Foles continues to pepper Ertz with targets we could see a big game for Chung or McCourty.

02/04/18, 10:25 AM CST by Wheeler


Nelson Agholor

Philadelphia Eagles

Plenty Of Fluids

The Eagles’ biggest pass-catcher personnel mismatch is Nelson Agholor against Patriots slot corner Eric Rowe. Rowe can struggle with quick change of direction, Agholor’s foremost strength. Agholor runs 87% of his routes in the slot, and New England allowed solid games to Eric Decker (6/85/0) in the Divisional Round, and Allen Hurns (6/80/0) in the AFC title game. Agholor still ranks second behind Ertz in Foles targets (29), but has had a surprisingly quiet playoffs with just 7 targets.
This will have to change if the Eagles plan on moving the ball, but Agholor has been sick with the flu for the past few days. He received intravenous fluids Saturday and will play, but it doesn’t sound like he’ll be 100%.

02/04/18, 10:22 AM CST by Wheeler


Danny Amendola

New England Patriots

Danny Playoffs

The Eagles finished second worst this season in percentage of passing yards allowed coming after the catch. Philadelphia struggled on short and intermediate throws this season, specifically to the middle of the field, where they allowed the third-most yards per passing play in the league. Brady was a top-five player in passer rating on these types of tosses. Amendola's been a monster in this year's playoffs for New England, grabbing hold of 22 targets in just two contests, accounting for over 24% of New England's targets. He should continue to play a role on Super Bowl Sunday.

02/04/18, 10:20 AM CST by Wheeler


Rex Burkhead

New England Patriots

Rex Back

Despite being listed as questionable for Sunday’s AFC Championship game vs. Jaguars, it appears as though Patriots’ RB Rex Burkhead will play.
This will cut into the 13 targets Amendola saw last week.

01/20/18, 10:49 PM CST by Wheeler


Adam Thielen

Minnesota Vikings

Making The Wright Move?

Adam Thielen (back) is questionable for Sunday's NFC Championship game against the Eagles.
He's fully expected to play after limited practices the last two days. He probably won’t be 100 percent so if you’re putting in a line-up you might want to pivot to Diggs or save some money and drop down to Jarius Wright who grabbed three-of-six targets for 56 yards Sunday and has established himself as the number three WR in this offense.

01/20/18, 10:31 PM CST by Wheeler


Leonard Fournette

Jacksonville Jaguars

Ankle In Question Again

Fournette aggravated his ankle in the Divisional Round and was limited early in the week. He was left off the injury report for Sunday's AFC Championship game. Fournette saw a heavy workload last week getting 27 touches in Jacksonville's upset of the Steelers. T.J. Yeldon rushed five times for 20 yards and a touchdown and caught 3-of-3 targets for 57 yards. If you’re looking for a cheaper option I expect we see Yeldon to be used to keep Fournette from aggravating the injury early.

01/20/18, 10:23 PM CST by Wheeler


Tom Brady

New England Patriots

Give Him A Hand

Reports are that Tom Brady threw the ball "incredibly well" during Friday's practice. He is listed as questionable for Sunday's AFC Championship game against Jacksonville, but I don’t think there was any real doubt that he’d play. Keep in mind what D-Rex spoke about on the Pyro Podcast 303 andScott Barrett tweeted about Brady last week:
Weeks 1-10: 21.2 fantasy points per game, 110.9 passer rating
Weeks 11-17: 14.2 fantasy points per game, 87.3 passer rating
The hand injury on top of his achilles injury, as well as going against the Jags #1 rated pass defense could keep the Patriots attack grounded this week. Lewis is the obvious play, but if Burkhead (Q) comes back it could be he or White that steals the show.

01/20/18, 10:22 PM CST by Wheeler


Tom Brady

New England Patriots

Tom Still Terrific?

Tom Brady was first listed on the team's injury report with an Achilles injury heading in to Week 11.
Weeks 1-10: 21.2 fantasy points per game, 110.9 passer rating
Weeks 11-17: 14.2 fantasy points per game, 87.3 passer rating

Fantasy Goo: This should line up for a good week for Brady, Tennessee is 8th in fantasy points allowed to RB’s, but just below average against QB’s. The Patriots are 13 point favorites on Saturday Night, if Brady doesn’t do it at home in prime-time then something is wrong.

01/09/18, 07:30 PM CST by Wheeler


Alvin Kamara

New Orleans Saints

Primary Role Shifting

Saints have run 5 times at/inside opponent's 5-yard line over last 4 weeks (including playoffs):
Alvin Kamara 3 carries, Zach Line 1, Mark Ingram 1. Kamara was in on all 3 Saints run plays at/inside 5 vs. Panthers last week, including Line's 1-yard TD run.

Fantasy Goo: If you’re trying to decide between Kamara and Ingram for the playoff run, Kamara looks to be the much better play.

01/09/18, 07:20 PM CST by Wheeler


WR Player Rankings - Week 15

WR Player Rankings - Week 15

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WR Player Rankings – Week 15



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1.               Roddy White (@ Sea) – Roddy has been one of those guys (Kyle Orton and Dwayne Bowe are a couple others) who have killed many an owners playoff hopes the last few weeks, but if you happened to skate by and make it into the post-season, he won’t disappoint you again.  Seattle’s pass D is close to as bad as it gets (30th in the NFL), so have confidence in Roddy serving well as your WR1 this week, just as the Falcons will down the stretch.


2.               Andre Johnson (@ Ten) – Andre vs. Cortland, Part II:  The Rematch.  To be honest, I don’t know if the Titans can afford to put Finnegan on him this weekend seeing that before their little Brouhaha a few weeks ago, ‘Dre was consistently making him look like a kindergartner out there.  Finnegan or not, Johnson is going to light it up this weekend.


3.               Reggie Wayne (vs Jax) – Wayne had a monster game against Jacksonville the first time around going off for 15 catches and 196 yards.  With Manning realizing his Colts are backed into a corner right now, I’m not sure it’s going to matter what the Jags do to slow him and Wayne down this Sunday.  Their 28th-ranked pass D is simply overmatched.


4.               Terrell Owens (vs Cle) – Terrell Me-O Owens went absolutely ballistic in their first showdown to the tune of 10 catches, 222 yards and a 78-yard TD.  Those numbers won’t be repeated this weekend, but then again, hell, they just might!


5.               Hakeem Nicks (vs Phi) – Nicks came back looking like he never left last weekend and won’t have a whole hell of a lot around him to compete for targets with this Sunday.  Steve Smith is gone for the year due to knee surgery, Mario Manningham is hobbled by a hip flexor, and Derek Hagan is, well, Derek Hagan.  Expect Nicks to put up nice WR1 numbers this week.


6.               Calvin Johnson (@ TB) – Megatron won’t have to deal with the Bucs top cover-corner (Aqib Talib) as he’s out for the season, so there’s hope for Calvin despite the Lions being down to their third-string QB, Drew Stanton.  Stanton isn’t what you’d call an “elite” QB, but he’s not bad, and you can bet your ass he’ll be looking Johnson’s way a ton this game.


7.               Marques Colston (@ Bal) – Colston is one of the hottest receivers in the game right now as he’s put up seven TDs and three 100-yard games in his last starts.  Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson showed that a good QB and a big WR can beat the Ravens D, so expect Marques to keep his hot streak alive in Week 15.


8.               Vincent Jackson (vs SF) – He’s back, and he looks like he might even be in mid-season form!  Rivers didn’t seem to have a problem making fourth-string WRs look good this year, but believe me, the guy is ecstatic to have his main man back.  Plant VJax in your starting lineup this Sunday against a beatable 49ers secondary and expect some WR1 numbers to come your way.


9.               Pierre Garcon (vs Jax) – Manning has been passing the ball a ton lately, and I don’t expect the Colts to all of the sudden turn to the run at this point in the season.  Garcon’s numbers have been steadily increasing since he was called out for his butterfingers problem over a month ago, culminating in a two-TD, 93-yard effort last week against the Titans.  Both Pierre AND Wayne have a chance to put up WR1 numbers this weekend.


10.           Miles Austin (vs Was) – With Dez Bryant going down for the year, Austin becomes the sole WR1 on this team and will demand a ton of targets because of it.  He may have been held at bay last week against the Eagles, but Miles showed that the Redskins D isn’t nearly as good as them by putting up 146 yards and a TD on 10 catches during their first game this season.


11.           DeSean Jackson (@ NYG) – DeSean had himself quite a game last week against the Cowboys weak-ass defense, but it won’t come as easily this Sunday playing a top-five Giants defense.  He’ll get his chances to shine, and he might come away with another great performance, but it’s hardly a game where you can expect WR1 numbers from The Green Blur.


12.           Wes Welker (vs GB) – The Slot Machine just keeps on churning out the big paydays.  Wes continued his hot streak last week against the Bears putting up 115 yards on eight catches in basically the worst weather the NFL season has seen so far this year.  Ride this kid as a solid WR2 play through to the end of the year.


13.           Larry Fitzgerald (@ Car) – Whether it’s John Skelton or Skeletor himself, Larry is going to be getting a ton of targets from here on out and should be able to capitalize on them against the Panthers this weekend.  He’s no longer a dependable WR1 for your team (nor has he been all year), but he should be able to put up WR2 stats this fantasy playoff weekend.


14.           Dwayne Bowe (@ StL) – The fantasy-team killer struck again last weekend as Bowe was held to just one catch and three yards against the Chargers.  The good thing heading into Week 15 is that he won’t have to face this week what he’s come up against the past two Sundays.  Two weeks ago it was perennial All-Pro Champ Bailey on him, while last week it was the top ranked pass D in the league he had to deal with.  The Rams won’t be able to throw either of them at Bowe.


15.           Mike Williams – TB (vs Det) – Super-stud rookie Mike Williams was held to just one catch for 15 yards last week by DeAngelo Hall.  Thank goodness the Lions don’t have anyone even close to that for him to have to worry about.


16.           Greg Jennings (@ NE) – It’s looking more and more like it might be Matt Flynn running the show this weekend, and if it is, Jennings barely fits in here as a WR2 option.  However, if Rodgers happens to make it back for the game, shoot Greg up the list and treat him like the WR1 he normally is.


17.           Santana Moss (@ Dal) – It’s getting tough for wide receivers NOT to go off against the Cowboys this season, and even though Moss isn’t exactly the steadiest of plays, this weekend may be the best bet he’s had all year to put up some real nice fantasy numbers.


18.           Sidney Rice (vs Chi) – Whether it will be Brett Favre, Tarvaris Jackson, Joe Webb, Patrick Ramsey or the Easter Bunny, Rice is looking like the stud he was last year and should get plenty of targets to do something this weekend.  Last year Rice did just fine against the Bears D, and this year they may even depend on him a little more.


19.           Kenny Britt (vs Hou) – Britt looked real good in his return to the field last week and was targeted a team-high eight times because of it.  Against the worst pass D in the league this week, he stands to have himself a nice little game for your fantasy team.


20.           Brandon Marshall (vs Buf) – Marshall had eight catches in his first game against Buffalo this season, and seeing that Henne finally found him for his second touchdown of the season last weekend, “Baby T.O.” may be looking to go on his yearly end-of-the-season roll right about now.


21.           Deion Branch (vs GB) – Branch was supposedly a little gimpy going into last week’s matchup against the Bears, but he looked fine to me hauling in eight catches for 151 yards and a TD while playing in a blizzard.  With a sizzling hot Tom Brady as his QB, it might not matter if Charles Woodson guards him or not this Sunday night.


22.           Chad Ochocinco (vs Cle) – Schizocinco led the Bengals in yards once again last week and seems to have rebuilt his rapport with Palmer.  If it continues to grow, Chad might be the one hauling in 10 catches for 222 yards this time around instead of T.O.


23.           Jeremy Maclin (@ NYG) – Maclin has had his ups and downs this season, with last week’s one-catch, 11-yard performance being his worst on the year.  However, one of his best games of 2010 came against these same Giants about a month ago when he put up 120 yards on nine catches.  A repeat of those numbers would make fantasy owners very happy.


24.           Santonio Holmes (@ Pit) – Holmes let one of the easiest touchdown catches of his career slip through his fingers last weekend, so you can bet he’ll be looking to atone for his bungle, especially against his former team back in the stadium he made his NFL name in.


25.           Anquan Boldin (vs NO) – Boldin’s play has been erratic this season, but in a game that could possibly turn into a shootout, you have to like your chances of him putting up some nice fantasy numbers for your team.


26.           Brandon Lloyd (@ Oak) – Lloyd wasn’t expected to do anything at all this year, so it sort of feels wrong saying that he’s been one of the guys who killed owners fantasy playoff dreams these past couple of games.  That said, you really can’t blame Lloyd personally as Kyle Orton has been absolutely horrendous, which is partly the reason I have him ranked so low.  The other part is that Nnamdi Asomugha might be guarding him this Sunday.


27.           Malcom Floyd (vs SF) – Floyd had a sweet two-TD game last weekend, but he also came out of the game with a slight tweak to his old hamstring injury as well.  He’ll most likely play Thursday night, but he’ll be a risky play being hobbled and Vincent Jackson looking to re-take his WR1 job.


28.           Mike Wallace (vs NYJ) – Wallace’s production has been slowed since the initial onslaught that took place when Roethlisberger returned to the lineup earlier this year.  It doesn’t look like it’s going to pick back up this week either with Revis Island in his hip pocket all game long.  You might have to play him, but don’t expect too much.


29.           Steve Johnson (@ Mia) – Ever since his embarrassing drop in the endzone to win the game in OT against Pittsburgh three weeks ago, Stevie J has pretty much fallen off the fantasy map.  He’s still a touchdown waiting to happen, but the Dolphins don’t allow too many of those (15, sixth in the NFL) so temper your expectations a bit.


30.           Percy Harvin (vs Chi) – If Harvin plays this week, which he should, he could be a nice sleeper against Chicago this weekend.  He’s scored in two of his three career games against the Bears (including in the one earlier this year) and is always a threat to break the long one.


31.           Hines Ward (vs NYJ) – Ward has been turning up his game lately as his career might be coming to a close.  I would be hard-pressed to advise playing him against a stingy Jets pass D, but you never know what a wily old veteran will do when faced with the prospect of retirement.


32.           Nate Washington (vs Hou) – With Kenny Britt back, Nate will likely be facing off against the Texans second-best corner this Sunday.  If that happens, Washington could be in for a very nice game against this woeful Houston pass D.


33.           Ben Obomanu (vs Atl) – If Obomanu returns (which Coach Carroll says he is), he could end up as a very nice sleeper against a Falcons pass D that happens to be their Achilles Heel.  Make sure you check the news this week before making any moves. 


34.           Johnny Knox (@ Min) – Knox is one of the biggest burners in the league and shouldn’t have a problem getting behind the Vikings defenders at least a couple of times this weekend.  If the Bears open up the playbook a bit, Knox could have a decent game.  If not, you’ll want to look elsewhere for your fantasy production.


35.           Austin Collie (vs Jax) – Collie went through a full practice on Wednesday, which bodes well for his return this Sunday against the Jags.  He might be eased back into things a bit as the Colts will definitely want to take caution with his concussion issues, but he could be another nice sleeper for fantasy owners this weekend.


36.           Derrick Mason (vs NO) – Mason had himself another awesome game last week grabbing two TDs in an overtime win against the Texans on Monday night.  New Orleans isn’t likely to give up the same, though, as they are first in the league in allowing just eight passing TDs on the year.


37.           Brandon Gibson (vs KC) – Bradford has gone through a bit of a rookie dry spell the last couple of weeks, but he’s too good to be held down for long.  Gibson has been his main man lately leading the team in both catches and targets the last two games, so if Sam the Ram does happen to break out of his mini-slump, Gibson could be in for a nice little game.


38.           Derek Hagan (vs Phi) – Hagan is clearly nothing special, but with Steve Smith out for the year and Manningham hobbled, he could be the beneficiary of the Eagles sliding their D towards Nicks this game.  However, don’t play him unless you absolutely have to.


39.           Arrelious Benn (vs Det) – The big rookie out of Illinois is starting to turn some heads down in Tampa.  He was a well-known rookie coming into the season, but has been completely overshadowed by the play of fellow rookie Mike Williams for the greater part of the season.  Last game he came up with four catches for 122 yards and was one yard short of adding a TD to that line.  With Tampa playing Detroit this weekend, Benn deserves a look.


40.           Lance Moore (@ Bal) – Baltimore can be beaten through the air, and that’s exactly what the Saints will be doing in this game.  Besides Brees and Colston of course, Moore is the most consistent player on the team and should be used as a nice flex this week with a lot of upside potential.


41.           Roy E. Williams (vs Was) – It’s tough for me to put this guy in my rankings, but with Dez Bryant and Kevin Ogletree both out for the year, Williams will be counted on to step up his game.  Against the Redskins pass D, even Roy E. can surprise with a nice fantasy showing.


42.           Louis Murphy (vs Den) – Murphy is hardly a guy you want to depend on in your fantasy playoffs, but if you’re stuck between him and another middling receiver, you might want to take a chance on him as the Raiders take on a Broncos defense that gives up the most points per game in the league (28.9).


43.           Earl Bennett (@ Min) – Bennett is really no more than a desperation play, but he does have the best rapport with Cutler at this point.  If you need to use him, don’t throw him in there as anything more than a flex this week.


44.           Donald Driver (@ NE) – If Rodgers comes back to play this week, you can move Driver up about 10 slots or so in these rankings.  If not, then keep him here and don’t expect much more than a few catches for maybe 40 yards or so.


45.           Braylon Edwards (@ Pit) – It’s more than obvious how much Braylon hates playing in the cold weather as his normally butterfinger hands end up becoming big slabs of brown and orange ice.  Don’t expect much more than flex numbers out of Edwards this week.


46.           Michael Crabtree (@ SD) – San Diego has the best pass D in the league and regularly hold the opposing team’s top receiver to less than desirable numbers.  If you have someone you can plug in for Crabtree this week, do it.


47.           Jacoby Ford (vs Den) – He’s not a consistent play yet, but you could be trapping lightning in a bottle this weekend as the Raiders play possibly the worst defense in the league on Sunday.  Whether you start him or not, the kid is a crapload of fun to watch.


48.           Robert Meachem (@ Bal) – Meachem is about as frustrating of a fantasy player there is in the NFL.  One week he’s exploding for either two TDs or 100 yards and a TD… the next, he’s throwing up a goose-egg.  Start him at your own discretion and only if you’re the betting type.




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