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Waiver Suggestions for Week 7

There's much to think about in the world of fantasy football....with Chris Chambers being traded to the Chargers, reports of 2 more Patriots being sidelined this weekend (Morris, Watson), Priest Holmes practicing again and Michael Bennett arriving in TB, there has been some activity worth reading up on this week. Check out my post from Tuesday or read on for more free agent/waiver wire ideas...
  • Start your waiver research with CBS Sports' Playing the Waiver Wire: Hunting for a QB?
  • Another good one is FFToday's Through the Wire - these guys give you a deep analysis of which free agents you might want to pick up. Always helpful for those of us playing in a league with a bunch of FF experts...Blogger league, I'm talking about you.
  • NFLFreaks' Hot Waiver Wire Picks - Week 7
  • I'll admit it, I picked up Michael Bennett in a league where my RB performance is sub-par. I am hoping that Bennett will somehow become a force to be reckoned with even though Sporting News' Michael Bennett far from savior warns me that that's rather unlikely...
  • SI's Wire Tap - includes some thoughts on David Patten - for those of you considering picking him up, read this first.
  • Ahh, Mr. Fantasy. I do love your rankings - RBs, QBs, WRs, TEs, Ks, D/STs.
  • FFToolbox's Week 7: Sleepers of the Week - these guys have Brian Leonard as a good guy to start this week against Seattle. I'm hoping Leonard will find his feet again after what can only be termed a disaster of a game against Baltimore.
Stay tuned for the Start and Sit sites tomorrow and IDP Forecast on Friday...

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