Week Six Reaches

Quarterback

David Garrard vs. St. Louis – He was bad last week, but he didn’t have his best passing target. Mike Sims-Walker is back, so Garrard should be able to put up good numbers against a suspect Ram secondary.

Jason Campbell vs. Kansas City – I know, Campbell has been bad. It doesn’t help that LT Chris Samuels is out, so there’s some downside risk. The upside is that the Chiefs have no pass rush and they’ve had coverage problems all season. I’m using Campbell this week for a bye week replacement and I’m expecting 220 yards or more and a TD in that role. That’s realistic production.

Running Back

Mike Bell vs. NY Giants – We’re told he’ll be getting goal-line carries from here on out, so Bell has a chance to score every game. While he’s not likely to post good yardage against a solid Giant run defense, he’s a decent bet to score. Not a bad #3 RB.

Tim Hightower at Seattle – He’s averaging about six catches/game, so Hightower is a rock solid #3 RB starter in PPR leagues every week. Against Seattle, he’ll get a decent amount of touches, so start him in that role.

Leon Washington vs. Buffalo – We [...]

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Matthew Camp

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Joe Dolan

Joe is a son of the video-game age - his extensive knowledge of NFL rosters dates back to the early 1990s.


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Tom Brolley

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