Stash a WR for 2010

I am missing fantasy football Sunday's like crazy, but that doesn't mean I am sleeping at the wheel in my dynasty leagues.  If you are in a dynasty league or the commissionar of a dynasty league you owe it to your league to keep the waivers open year round.

I have been scouring through my waiver wires to stash players that I think will be relevant come next season.  If I don't have the space on my roster I mark them for the draft, but in my deep roster leagues I will clear out some junk and add some new faces.

Here are the WR's I am grabbing or marking for later round picks in next years draft:

Anthony Gonzalez:  He was a major disappointment last year and is on many waiver wire's right now.  I could see dropping a guy like Torry Holt and snagging Gonzo as I think he has more talent than Austin Collie.

Earl Bennett: Crazy story, this kid is only 22 years old, which I don't think many people realize.  Mike Martz is going to allow him to start and the offense will be little more high flying with Martz calling some shots.  I would stash Bennett for sure as most owners have forgotten about him. (check this out:

James Jones: For all that is good in the world, Donald Driver please retire (that rhymes), I love this stash for the huge upside this guy has if Driver retires.  He has the ability to be a starting WR in an offense that would utilize him.

Mike Thomas: Bye bye Torry, hello Mikey, this guy looks and feels like another Steve Smith from the Panthers.  Do yourself a favor and stash him for 2010 as his role is going to increase for sure.

Early Doucet: I wrote about him in my previous article, but Bolin is going to the Ravens/Dolphins (most likely), and Doucet is a starting caliber WR.  Let's just hope Matt Leinart can step up (Warner doesn't think Leinart will, but Doucet is still a stash).

Good luck this off-season!

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