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Mid-week Fantasy News & More Waivers

Welcome to Wednesday. Let's get caught up on some of the mid-week news in preparation for Week 8 of the 2007 NFL season:
I put up a few waiver thoughts on my post yesterday but there are even more waiver wire suggestions up today, so take a look at these sites for some advice on who to grab off waivers:
  • NFL's Fabiano: It's time to utilize the backfield handcuff includes valuable RB backup info as well as a waiver wire focus section.
  • CBS Sports' Playing the Waiver Wire: Jesse's turn - I was able to get Jesse Chatman in one of my leagues and while I feel a little badly for snatching this guy before the Ronnie Brown owner could get to him (sorry TINO), I still desperately need some help in that league. Whose to say that Cobbs and Booker won't get a lot of the action, so I'm not convinced yet that getting Chatman was such a coup, but we'll see...
  • FFToday's Through the Wire: Week 8 - will these guys be correct in forecasting a decent game from Bulger this week? And while I love my Broncos, they make a great point about starting GB's Donald Lee considering all the fantasy points the Broncos have given up to TEs.
  • NFL Freaks' Hot Waiver Wire Picks - Week 8
  • SI's Wire Tap - check out the Titans lovefest here
As always, check back later in the week for Start and Sit sites as well as IDP info. If you have any fantasy questions, send them my way via the Contact Me link if I'm not online to chat.


LJ said…
Not a problem. I should have got up when I heard but I was in couch mode I tried to get Jones since you dropped him but someone with higher waiver priority got him. So I make a go with DeAngelo Williams and Selvin Young. Would they just suspend Travis Henry for me already? At least I will get Marion Barber back next week.

Maybe I can get someone to trade me for one of my WR's.

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