If you have been reading these posts weekly, most of these guys will not be available but what can I do when I am at least a week ahead of everyone else. The most frequent waiver wire suggestions I have seen this week are Jamaal Charles, Mike Wallace and Chris Chambers, if you doubt the skills, check out the last few weeks.
Jason Snelling Atlanta- Turner and Norwood both out. Snelling ran well last weekend and Atlanta is a team that loves to run. Snelling is only good until The burner gets back. Not So Obvious
Ricky Williams, Miami- Reports say Ronnie Brown is out for the season, since Williams was putting up numbers with Brown in the game, he should only get better with brown out. Head Smacker
Ladell Betts, Washington- Betts is the starter again this week, Portis is showing no sign that he is in a rush to return so Betts could be a viable option for the next few weeks. Not so Obvious
Justin Forsett, Seattle- I assumed that it would only be a matter of time before Julius Jones was knocked out of the line up but I figured it would be Edgerin James who got the call, I was wrong. Don’t get too crazy though, Forsett is facing a stout Minnesota run defense this week.Not so Obvious
Jeremy Maclin, Philadelphia- In our Fantasy Football Index interview before the season, we picked Maclin as the first round rookie wide receiver most likely to make an impact in his first year and if it wasn’t for Percy Harvin we would might have been right. He has been very involved in the offense lately and should stay that way. Hail Mary
Robert Meachem, New Orleans- This should be a head smacker but every time I say that about Meachem he goes into witness protection. He appears to be the number 2 on this team and should put up consistent numbers. Head Smacker (again)
David Garrard, Jacksonville- Garrard and the Jacksonville offense seem to have found a rhythm and Garrard and Sims-Walker have developed great chemistry. Not So Obvious