With trade deadlines expiring, who is one player to buy immediately?
Percy Harvin. Harvin owners are all panicky with his injury and a bye week is always the best time to buy. – Pat Mayo
Hakeem Nicks. With nine grabs last week he finally looked like himself. No doubt his owners are frustrated with his down season and likely willing to sell. The fact he’s on a bye lowers his trade value making him even more attainable for a good price. – Adam Ansell
Lou Maione. – Lou Maione
Hakeem Nicks. – Jennifer Millman
Anyone from the Falcons, considering their remaining schedule. Jacquizz Rodgers may be the only player you can get though. It’d be wise to go after Andre Johnson, as well. He gets the Lions, Titans, Patriots, Colts and Vikings to finish the season. – Adam Zdroik
Who’s one to sell?
Darren McFadden. His high-ankle sprain is being classified as a 2-4 week recovery, but as owners learned the hard way last season those timetables on DMC aren’t exactly iron-clad. Don’t sell unless you can get good value but it’s definitely worth looking into. – Adam Ansell
Pat Mayo. – Lou Maione (Thanks Lou!)
Miles Austin for sure. Maclin and Wallace have backup QBs starting, Bowe has what should be a high school QB, DHB is a Terp, but he isn’t in the others class. Austin is the clear choice. – Gregg Sussman
Dwayne Bowe. Lots will say DHB, but he’s still basically fighting three others for a lot of targets. Bowe is THE option in KC. – Adam Zdroik
Olsen (and Cam) take advantage of nice matchups (see: last week) and the Bucs are a good one. – Jake Ciely
Olsen coming off a big week and not facing a great defense. – Adam Zdroik
Steven Jackson, Marcel Reece, Mikel LeShoure, Shonn Greene or Vick Ballard?
It’s Reece, and it’s not close, more so in PPR leagues. If he can muster 20 touches against this excuse for a Saints defense, he’ll probably post more points than the others combined! – Pat Mayo
Steven Jackson. The Jets defense is softer than Tim Tebow’s angelic skin. – Gregg Sussman
Shonne Greene. – Lou Maione
It’s Steven Jackson against the disaster-prone Jets. Mikel LeShoure would be next, followed by Reece but only in PPR. – Jennifer Millman
Reece. SJax is decent, but we know Greene disappoints and Ballard will be behind Donald Brown. It doesn’t get any easier for an opponent than the Saints for Reece. – Jake Ciely
SJax rolls for 100 yards and a TD against the Sanchez/Tebow fractured Jets. – Dr. Roto
It’s between SJax and Reece, but I’m going with the upside pick of Reece. He’ll get carries and receptions against a bad defense and has even more upside in PPR leagues. – Adam Zdroik
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