Monday, September 22, 2014

Dr. Wolfsburg's Fantasy Waiver Wire Bonanza Week 4

Why you no listen to Dr. Wolfsburg last week? 

Kirk Cousins. I hope you enjoyed it. Anyway, the bye weeks have started, and you're short on running backs. Am I right am I right am I right? The first thing you need to do is relax, because Monte Ball and Eddie Lacy are about to make a comeback. The second thing you need to not do is use your high waiver wire pick on...

Lorenzo Taliaferro. That was it. That was his week. Now he'll be part of a three-headed monster of a backfield for the rest of the year. It's a really thin week on the waiver wire, so you'll be tempted to take him, and you probably will, but it's unlikely you'll ever get much out of it. 

Alfred Blue? That might have been his week, also, but his path to getting substantial carries is far clearer than Taliaferro's. Shouldn't knock your socks off in a redraft league, but has a chance to score double digit fantasy points for your team a few times if Foster can't recover from a hamstring injury.

Oh, Donald Brown. I'm not in the habit of telling you who to add last week, but a lot of fantasy owner have been burned by Donald Brown, and he didn't get added in every league last week. He touched the ball 36 times. He is The Expendables. This is your guy for week 4 if you are in one of the leagues where no one could quite bring themselves and add this retread. Especially now that...
Shaggy Bonaduce is gone. He has compromised the value of your running back for the last time, at least this season. I guess he can get in the Mystery Van and go visit his uncle Gaggy now. Umm, anything else?


Like I said last week, Pitta and Rudolph are pretty much busts. It's likely you missed the Larry Donnell, Dr. Linus Pauling, Delanie Walker train. Drop Witten, also. Don't replace any of these players, just drop them. Your team will instantly get better. Sign your grandma. I can't help you at Tight End. 

Enjoy the first bye week. I'll be back next week to tell you less, which will be far better than trying to convince you to play Jake Locker week 2 instead of Jay Cutler or Philip Rivers. I don't know shit, and neither do you. 

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1 comment:

  1. Looking forward to your next post. This insight, or lack there of, was enjoyable and I have been back since this post without any luck. Hopefully you find some time to write another prediction this week.


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