Sunday, October 18, 2009

FANTASY FOOTBALL: WEEK 6 PRE-GAME PLANNER-WEEK OF THE TIGHT END



Matchups mean everything in fantasy football and they are looking good for many tight ends around the NFL today.
Baltimore's Todd Heap, Pittsburgh's Heath Miller, Tampa Bay's Kellen Winslow, Houston's Owen Daniels, Seattle's John Carlson, Jacksonville's Marcedes Lewis, New Orleans' Jeremy Shockey, Green Bay's Jermichael Finley, Kansas City's Sean Ryan, the Jets' Dustin Keller, the Giants' Kevin Boss, Atlanta's Tony Gonzalez, Philadelphia's Brent Celek and San Diego's Antonio Gates should all post at least 10-20 fantasy points today and Monday.
Some of these guys are obvious plays, like Gonzalez and Gates. But if you need a bye-week replacement at tight end, grab Finley, Ryan or Lewis who should all be available on your waiver wire.
I would normally add Washington's Chris Cooley to the above list, but since Redskins coach Jim Zorn has been using Cooley mostly as a blocking tight end in recent weeks, play Cooley at your own risk. Cooley could get 20 points or 2 points today.

1 Comments:

Anonymous rakeback said...

The Tight End position has been the only problem area for my team thus far. I have had Jeremy Shockey, Greg Olson, and Mercedes Lewis, and Kellen Winslow at one point or another so far. I think Im going to stick with Olson and Shockey for now and hope they can come around and be more productive.

October 24, 2009 at 8:26 PM 

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