With three weeks into fantasy football season almost complete we now need to choose are lineup moves carefully.
Next week is the bye schedule and you will have to make some much more difficult choices and it is so important to take at least one of these three opening games.
If you don’t making the playoffs is going to be nearly impossible. Just remember one thing if you are not having any luck with your current lineup it may mean making some serious roster moves.
Whatever you do don’t start trading players for a flash in the pan starter and if you have a hot player such as C.J. Spiller you may want to consider a trade. Especially when he has a coach like Chan Gailey just ready to ruin his production.
Last week it looked like I was going to be right about Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick However Vick ended up salvaging his game and also had a very good game in fantasy as well.
What I did get right was the Titans running-back Chris Johnson and receiver Kenny Britt.
I was absolutely shocked that fantasy experts were pushing owners to start these two. Especially Britt! On what evidence did Britt appear to be a good choice to start!
St Louis Rams Quarterback Sam Bradford vs. The Chicago Bears Defense
San Francisco 49ers Running-back Frank Gore vs. The Minnesota Vikings Defense
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wide-receiver Vincent Jackson vs. The Dallas Cowboys Defense
St Louis Rams Wide-receiver Danny Amendola vs. The Chicago Bears Defense
Green Bay Packers Tight-end Jermichael Finley vs. The Seattle Seahawks Defense
I was awful last week and if I took all those picks and made them D.O.A I would have been a genius. However I was right about one pick quarterback Christian Ponder.
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady vs. The Baltimore Ravens Defense
Philadelphia Eagles Running-back LeSean Mc Coy vs. The Arizona Cardinals Defense
Ravens Running-back Ray Rice vs. The New England Patriots Defense
Cleveland Browns Wide-receiver Greg Little vs. The Buffalo Bills Defense
Dallas Cowboys Tight-end Jason Witten vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defense
I wasn’t all bad or all good in this category last week but my picks of Percy Harvin, Trent Richardson, Rob Gronkowski, were solid advice. If you consider that Matt Cassel didn’t have a huge game however he was not in the warm category either.
Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Ben Rothlisberger vs. The Oakland Raiders Defense
Seattle Seahawks Running-back Marshawn Lynch vs. The Green Bay Packers Defense
Denver Broncos Wide-receiver Eric Decker vs. The Houston Texas Defense
Dallas Cowboys Wide-receiver Dez Bryant vs. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defense
Cincinnati Bengals Tight-end Jermaine Gresham vs. Buffalo Bills Defense