Week Two Reaches

Many of us will have to find replacements for the players from the Baltimore-Houston game so you’ll have to find some other alternatives.
 
Here’s a short list of one-week reaches that could be decent replacements.
 
 
Quarterback

Jake Delhomme vs. Chicago – Hey, he did well without Steve Smith last week. I’m starting him in a league since Matt Schaub is off this week. 

Kerry Collins vs. Cincinnati – You can count on them going deep a few times so Collins should throw for at least a score and over 200 yards.

Running Back

Derrick Ward vs. St. Louis – The Ram defense is garbage and Ward should see plenty of time in garbage time so he could wind up being a solid flex/#3 RB this week. 

Brandon Jackson vs. Detroit – Assuming he gets cleared to play, Jackson could see a lot of PT in the fourth quarter when the game could be out of reach or Ryan Grant could be given a rest to make sure he doesn’t have a setback with his injured hamstring.

Tim Hightower vs. Miami – He already is in a two-man rotation and he gets goal-line carries. He’s not a bad flex reach this week since the game could be out of [...]

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