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Welcome to BOLTHYPE's Fantasy Football Stock Watch - Week 10 Buy/Sell. My name is Steve Adler contributor on FantasyDaddy.com and "self proclaimed" fantasy sports expert. The goal of the Buy and Sell series is make you aware of players you should pursue because of what could and typically is the perceived value of the player at the time. With less than two weeks before the trading deadline in most leagues we want to look at players that will help you secure that playoff spot and help your team make a deep run in the playoffs. With that being said let’s take a look at week 10 buy and sell.
Kurt Warner – I know some of you doubted Kurt after that Week 8 performance, but you have to remember this is a pass heavy offense. Warner is going to throw all the time! Warner has thrown at least two TD’s in five of the eight games this year. His schedule is really, I mean REALLY soft the rest of the way.
Honorable Mention – Philip Rivers/Carson Palmer
Tony Romo – He has a great match up this week vs. the Packers, but after that his match ups get pretty rocky, with the exception of the Oakland game. Miles opened up the passing game, but teams will adjust and Romo has never been a great QB in December and I do not see any reason why this changes now.
Honorable Mention – Kyle Orton/Eli Manning/Matt Ryan
RUNNING BACKS: BUY!
Steve Slaton* – How quickly people forget. Even with two soft week Slaton is still the 12th highest scoring HB. He also has a very weak schedule moving forward. Pennies on the dollar right now for Slaton.
*Stop the presses if Larry Johnson signs in Houston.
Honorable Mention – Ronnie Brown/Stephen Jackson
RUNNING BACKS: SELL!
LaDainian Tomlinson – SELL! SELL! SELL! While you still can. As a Chargers fan, I watch this team really close and this is my take. Norv Turner has zero desire to establish the run. Norv loves to play action at the goal line or spread the defense with Sproles in the back field. The OL doesn’t remember how to run block, LT is getting blown up at the line and he is not catching any where near the amount of passes he has in years past. SELL!
HM – Matt Forte/Kevin Smith/Brian Westbrook
WIDE RECEIVERS: BUY!
Steve Smith - Yes the guy in Carolina! The guy always gets his and you can probably get him for pennies on the dollar right now. I am riding this guy out, you can expect teams to really force Delhomme to beat them from here on out and the only real option Jake has got is Steve Smith. He is a huge game waiting to happen.
HM – Greg Jennings
WIDE RECEIVERS: SELL!
DeSean Jackson – I know, I know, but hear me out. You can sell this guy as a top 5 fantasy WR at this point. Great thing about DeJack is that he has big games on big stages, so people over value him. 14 targets in the last three games and only two games with 10 or more all season. Classic boom or bust fantasy player. His schedule the rest of the way isn’t very favorable as well.
HM – Steve Smith (NYG)
TIGHT ENDS: BUY!
Jason Witten - Witten owners are losing their patience. The Eagles started to double team Miles Austin and you know what that means…..Witten time!
That is the buy and sell for week 10. Please come visit us at FantasyDaddy.com/cms
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Good Luck this week and GO CHARGERS!
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