Nov 30, 2008
Jeff Garcia vs. New Orleans – Obviously a great matchup here and the Saint secondary has struggled all season.
David Garrard at Houston – We know his OL has been bad, but so has been the Texan defense. Garrard should post good numbers here.
Matt Ryan at San Diego – He’s been a better NFL QB than for fantasy, but the Charger secondary is one of the worst in the NFL. There could be more passing than first expected.
Joe Flacco at Cincinnati – He’ll face an injury depleated defense.
Le’Ron McClain at Cincinnati – We’re expecting a blowout here so McClain could pile up the yards late in the game.
Darren McFadden vs. Kansas City – We know he’s been bad for most of the season, but he did go off against KC in the first matchup, and the Raiders are a running team.
Justin Fargas vs. Kansas City – He was solid for a change last week and you know they will run the ball a ton in this game.
Jonathan Stewart at Green Bay – He’s been up and down all season, but the Packer run defense isn’t very good. Not a bad low-end starter/flex player here.
Fred Taylor at Houston – He’s done next to nothing this season, but the Texans don’t stop the run well. Not a bad flex option.
Anthony Gonzalez at Cleveland – He’s playing a lot more of late so Gonzalez could have his way against a weak Brown secondary.
Ten Ginn at St. Louis – The Rams will give up big plays in the passing game and Ginn is just the player to haul a few in down field.
Antonio Bryant vs. New Orleans – We know he’s been wildly inconsistent to say the least, but this matchup screams of big plays in the passing game. Bryant makes for a nice low-end starter.
Michael Jenkins at San Diego – He’s been a decent surprise this season and we’re expecting a lot of passing in this matchup. The Charger secondary is terrible so the tall Jenkins should do decently.
Josh Reed vs. San Francisco – The 49er secondary is poor against the pass the the coaches dial up Reed’s number for tough catches. He makes for a decent flex option,
Ashley Lelie vs. Kansas City – Digging really deep here. Lelie actually looked great last week and plays are easily made against the weak Chief secondary.
Dustin Keller vs. Denver – Denver has no one who can cover him.
Zach Miller vs. Kansas City – He does have an injury, but if he’s playing, Miller figures to do well against a suspect defense.
None that fit in the reach category.