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5 Rules for Your Playoff Push: Thanksgiving Special

Only 1 week remains until things get really interesting in the playoffs.  Thanksgiving is the perfect time to hunt the waiver wire.  This Thanksgiving isn’t all about Turkeys.  Big dog’s gotta eat.

With 1 game left, it’s pretty clear who’s in and who’s out.  Below are some tips that can help those who are on the fence.  The season hasn’t gone your way, but all you need is 1 more W to sneak into the back end of the fantasy post-season.  What can you do to increase your odds of punching your ticket to the big dance this year?
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Color Code: Gray and Blue

The great think about picking up Jonas Gray and Alfred Blue before last week is that they were almost completely available across all leagues.  That was before each exploded with production for very different reasons.

The bad news is that you probably weren’t able to obtain these players in almost any league the week after their breakout performance, unless of course you were riding the bottom rung of the latter and found yourself with a gift dropped into your lap.  At this point, last place owners most likely won’t be making the playoffs anyway.  In addition to that, the trade deadline has already passed in standard leagues, or is coming up in your custom league.

So what’s an owner to do?

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Update City: Week 10,11

Click (Tap) on a picture to see the update.   Yes, there are a lot of these.   Need more specific info, just ask!

Bryce Brown CJ Spiller Fred Jackson

  • Bryce Brown = The new CJ Spiller role?
  • CJ Spiller = Secret plan for a championship boost?
  • Fred Jackson = Leading the 3 headed monster?

AJ Green Mohamed Sanu Giovani Bernard Andy Dalton

  • AJ Green = Shut down completely by Joe Haden
  • Mohamed Sanu = Why hasn’t Cin kept his usage high?
  • Giovani Bernard = Come back from your hip injury this week please.
  • Andy Dalton = Doing is best Phillip Rivers impression

Ben Tate

  • Ben Tate = Flip a 3 sided quarter

Gavin Escobar Joseph Randle

  • Gavin Escobar = Was just waking up Jason Witten
  • Joseph Randle = Got some work last week

Ronnie Hillman

  • Ronnie Hillman = RBBC or do the opposite of the crowd?

Eddie Lacy James Starks

  • Eddie Lacy = Who knew he could catch passes?
  • James Starks = Thanks for your help, but here’s the door.

Alfred Blue

  • Alfred Blue = Monitor the health of Foster and the people

Adrian Peterson

  • Adrian Peterson = It’s a long shot, but might be worth a bench spot if you’re not morally opposed.

Ben Roethlisberger

  • Big Ben = Looked a lot worse than the stats suggest

Antonio Gates Brandon Oliver

  • Antonio Gates = If Rivers ever throws another TD, it will be to Gates
  • Brandon Oliver = The party is over.  Who’s going to be the new Danny Woodhead?

Doug Baldwin Marshawn Lynch Russell Wilson

  • Doug Baldwin = Upcoming schedule and pass / run ratio are way off
  • Beast Mode = He’s hungry, keep feeding him
  • Russel Wilson = Might as well tie his arms behind his back, but his legs work

Charles Sims

  • Charles Sims = Has to be better than Bobby Rainey and Doug Martin right?

Justin Hunter

  • Justin Hunter = Can be your secret weapon in the playoffs if (big IF) a QB can sling him the rock



5 RBs to help you make the playoffs

Week 10 has come and gone, and now we’re revving up for a big playoff push.  Who else could there possibly be left on the waiver wire to improve your team, push it over the top, or save it from the oblivion of the stuperbowl?

Check your league’s trade deadline, ensure your players have a favorable strength of schedule for the playoffs, and make sure your squad makes it to the big dance.  A few small names after the jump that can propel you to ultimate greatness…  or ignoring them can cost you that coveted spot of honor:

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Lightning Watch: Week 8

Let’s get right into it.  Tons of player with quick summaries after the jump:

Reminder: Recommendations must be available (<20%) and ready to blow


Let’s see how a few players are doing that I suggested last week (or in previous weeks)


Jerick McKinnon Ronnie Hillman Justin Forsett Denard Robinson

  • Jerick McKinnon (84%) = The work is there.  Don’t worry about Asiata and be patient.
  • Ronnie Hillman (73%) = Bona fide starter in Denver.  Hope fumbles (’13) and injuries (Q) don’t slow him down.
  • Justin Forsett (91%) = Goal line work surrendered to a TD vulture.  Great workload otherwise.
  • Denard Robinson (75%) = Makes the Jags look like a NFL team again.

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