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Advice for lucky number 7

Both a good friend from college and my sister are coming over to our place tonight for a little face time with our kiddo, which will be the icing on a pretty solid day. I've got several Week 7 prep links for you tonight - check out the additional waiver wire links as well as rankings and prep tools. Enjoy!
  • Waiver wire suggestions:
    • Talented Mr. Roto's Free Agent Madden-ness! (yes, Matthew Berry and other ESPNers really are in Madden '11)
    • Rotoworld's Waiver Wired: The Danario Scenario (includes a ranking of waiver wire options, which I find particularly helpful)
    •'s Waiver Wire - what do you guys think, while James Starks be the next big thing in Green Bay or is it going to evolve into a classic handcuff situation there between Jackson, Kuhn and Starks? 
    •'s Through the Wire (I should be linking to FFToday more often - great site)
    • I've been using IDP Guru's Waiver Wire Pickup advice for the past few weeks now and have yet to be disappointed; good stuff if you're in need of a new individual defender.
  •'s It's Toraining TDs has a bunch of tidbits from last weekend's games that you'll want to know about while preparing for Week 7. 
  • Awhile ago I linked to some tools that is providing this year and thought I'd send you back to their Interactive Running Back Selector tool, which gives you projected fantasy points (including rushes and receptions) for RBs in a manner that allows for easy comparison between players.
  •'s Week 7: Who to Start Rankings/Projections are up along with their Week 7: Super Sleepers.


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