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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Sell High Buy Low NFL

Sell High

Jeremy Shockey – Yes is will be fantasy worthy this season, but consider this he only had 31 receiving yards against Detroit. So had he not catch 2 TDs it would not have been a note worthy performance. If you have a better Tight end option deal out Shockley while he is hot.

Patrick Crayton - he put up number 1 starting receiver numbers in week 1 mostly in part to his 80-yard touchdown catch. Still, he is a bye week option at best. See what you can get for him. Try dealing for DeShaun Jackson or T.J. Houshmandzadeh guys who should be weekly performers.

Julius Jones - he was the benefactor of a porous St. Louis defense. Yeah, he will probably be a good flex depending on matchups this season but if you can get a Steve Slaton or Steven Jackson for him it is a no brainer do it!

Cedric Benson was not too stellar against a weak Denver defense. He has what should be 8 tough match-ups his next 9 games. Sell, sell, sell!

Buy Low
It is a little early for this but the early bird gets the worm right?

Jay Cutler he will bounce back just not until week 3. If you need a quarterback you should be able to get him for a reasonable price.

Jamal Lewis rushed for 57 yards against a stout Viking run defense with only 11 carries. He has a pretty good schedule this season. If the Browns don’t let the game get away from them early, they will find comfort in handing Lewis the ball.

Leon Washington had 15 carries last week that is more than DeAngelo Williams, Brian Westbrook and LaDainian Tomlinson. Still a flex at best a nice guy to have when he is being utilized so much.

Photo credit Brian Dowling Jonathan Stewart had 11 carries to Williams 14.He was also given three straight carries in the red-zone but failed to score. 

Steve Slaton had a horrible week 1 and week two doesn’t look like it is going to be any better.

T.J. Houshmandzadeh

John Carlson is no fluke he should continue to be a reliable tight-end all season.

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