Fantasy Football Week 5 - Guys
To Play & Avoid
If you are in need of
a HOT fantasy
football player these Top Hot players for the
week should help you out if they're in your lineup.
They may also be free agents on your waiver wire.
If you need to dump a lame duck on your team,
these NOTS should
be them. Throw em in the trash if you can afford
to not have them on your bench.
always favors the prepared mind. The more research
you do, and the more HOT players
you have to choose from on your team, the better
your odds are of winning your fantasy football
league outright this year.
After all of the weekly
games are finished be sure to check our waiver
wire column, studs and duds, a who's hot, and
who's not report plus more in our fantasy
without any further time wasting, here are
the Week 5 Fantasy Football Hot & Not Players
and Rankings for the NFL games going on this
week (Week 5). Good Luck!!!
have trouble this week against the
Ravens ... and the Brady Quinn chatter
that we know for sure he'll start,
he could be worth a waiver pickup.
WRs Andre Johnson and Jacoby Jones
both on the shelf, Schaub has his work
cut out for him.
Jackson out, Leonard gets the call.
He'll run the ball plenty and catch
a few passes, and he's definitely a
viable bye-week fill-in.
clear now the Pats consider him a goal-line
back, and in a game like this, there
should be no shortage of scoring opportunities.
hamstring injury limit him or force
him from the contest, Watson will get
Calvin Johnson has to miss any action
because of his back, McDonald and Furrey
will see an uptick in their numbers.
| Roddy White
developed a nice chemistry with Harrington,
but the cat is now out of the bag.
has done nothing but back up his preseason
developing into a bona fide fantasy
option, and Herm Edwards sure seems
to love him.
Welker, not Donte' Stallworth, who
has caught Tom Brady's eye as the second
WR option. He'll get Brady's attention
again against the Bengals
fans forget about the preseason hype
for DJ Hackett who is out till Mid
becoming a nice sleeper pick. I'd get
him on my roster now but wait until
Jake gets back to 100 percent before
think any defense that faces the Falcons
warrants fantasy consideration, but
that's not automatic.
defense, and the Rams look bad.
|Week 5 Fantasy
Football Not So Hot Players
sprained MCL likely will sideline
him until after the team's Week 6
bye. Nice cheap shot Vince!
a QB controversy brewing, and although
Leinart has the starting job for
now, Warner is going to play in some
news and bad news for Smith owners.
The good news is that Smith had his
best offensive output of the season
last week. Bad news: that was last
is out for the season.
In Week 5, and doesn't look like
he's going to get more than 15 touches
| Tatum Bell
Jones back in action, Bell's days
as the starter, or even a fantasy
option, could be numbered.
he even been on the field in the
first 3 weeks of the season? He was
supposed to step up, he forgot.
| Mark Clayton
any matchup that will get him going,
it's one against the Browns.
the Bengals Stallworth has a
watch-and-see game, and a good time
for him to make a statement.
||Is it time
to cut bait on Reggie? Curtis looks
like the hotter option.
of our Week 3 DUDS of the week. He
was a big free agent signing for
the Rams and is doing nothing to
earn his $$$.
from injuries, and he didn't play
last week. He'll need time to heal.
the Chargers' offense goes, so does
secondary has been shaky at times
and Oakland's offense looks better
than last year's.
should be able to bottle up the Bucs
running game and then turn their
attention to the pass.
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