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Check to see if on the waiver wire (shouldn't be on the wire)
Pierre Thomas (RB, NO) - shouldn't be on the waiver wire but Sproles will probably miss a week and Thomas should have a solid game.
Chris Ivory (RB, NYJ) - the Jets have been playing the hot-hand but Ivory is fully healthy and has a ton of burst. Worth checking the waiver wire for.
Aaron Dobson (WR, NE) - he has really proved himself over the last month and is a must add at this point. If he is still available then pick up Dobson. He is the pick-up of the week.
Mike Tolbert (RB, CAR) - he has been a touchdown machine and is a perfect fill in for bye weeks and injury spot starts.
Andre Brown (RB, NYG) - did he slip through the cracks in your league? He is coming back to the line-up next week and he will be immediately inserted. You may want to give him one week to warm up but he is not a bad gamble.
Mike Brown (WR, JAX) - Brown was effective when Justin Blackmon was in play but now that Blackmon is done for the year then Brown should be a target monster and show promise in PPR leagues with TD upside.
Nick Foles (QB, PHI) - when he doesn't get concussions he can throw very well. If you are looking for a QB with upside then keep an eye on Foles. He is a legit talent for sure and can't be ignored.
Mike James (RB, TB) - is he still available? You have to pick him up. He hasn't quite found the end-zone yet, but after this week there is no way you can't pick him up.
Rashad Jennings (RB, OAK) - looks like McFadden may miss some time with an injury. Jennings is capable of putting up some points if you are in need.
Doug Baldwin (WR, SEA) - with Sidney Rice out the rest of the year and Harvin still waiting in the wings he is a bye week filler. If Harvin is out again then look to Baldwin to plug a hole in your line-up next week.
Lance Moore (WR, NO) - if Colston continues to miss time then Moore is a spot starter in the New Orleans offense.
Shonn Greene (RB, TEN) - Greene is now fully healthy again and the Titans want to get him in the mix. He is only a bye week or injury spot filler at best, but does offer TD upside.
Jason Campbell (QB, CLE) - he doesn't look half bad and if you are stuck in a bye week and need a QB with upside then look to Campbell.
Jonathan Stewart (RB, CAR) - the bad news for Carolina RB's is the backfield crowded and Stewart is only an option for the deepest leagues and will only be a major difference maker if DeAngelo goes down.
Jericho Cotchery (WR, PIT) - starting to put up weekly usable numbers, but he is an extreme gamble to start on your fantasy team because he can just as easily put up dud numbers.
Case Keenum (QB, HOU) - he had a solid first half against Indy this week, but overall he is going to be a boom or bust QB. I would prefer to have Nick Foles or Jason Campbell at this point until I see a bit more.
Riley Cooper (WR, PHI) - the big beneficiary of Foles big day. He is a huge gamble to start in the future until we see some sort of consistency. Keep an eye on Cooper.
Brandon LaFell (WR, CAR) - found a ton of targets from Cam this weekend, but LaFell is so unreliable that he is too tough to start.