It seems like going into every week I think there is absolutely no one left available on the waiver wire. Then every week some new names pop up from out of no where and force their way into our weekly waiver wire report. We here at Fantasy Boyz Sports like to focus more on the names that might not be very well publicized. Since we are used to playing in larger leagues (14 man+) with large roster limits the outskirts of the player pool are where we make our money.
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Lance Ball - With Willis McGahee out with a broken hand for what looks like at least 1 more game Ball made the most of his opportunity with 63 yards on only 6 carries. Adding Ball is really scraping the bottom of the barrel but he is someone to keep an eye on for sure.
Monitor in larger leagues
Kregg Lumpkin - With LaGarette Blount banged up and backup Earnest Graham out for the year Lumpkin is sitting in a very precarious situation. Blount will most likely return this week but at the very least Lumpkin is the next man in, were he to go down with injury.
Consider adding if you are a Blount owner
Javon Ringer - What the hell is wrong with Chris Johnson? Are the thousand dollar bills weighing him down? Either way Ringer is starting to get a shared amount of carries. He had 14 last week and over 60 yards. If Johnson doesn't get his shit together we feel Ringer will start winning the share.
Johnson owners should add and monitor him in larger leagues if said Johnson owner hasn't cuffed his 1st round pick
Emmanuel Sanders - With Hines Ward out Sanders got the start and did not disappoint with 5 Grabs for 70 yards. Sanders seems to be have the eye of Big Ben on underneath routes.
|We feel that Sanders starting gig could stick|
Add in larger leagues
John Baldwin - This article was written in the first half of the Monday Night Football. that was all I needed to see to understand that Baldwin is a special talent that could really be special in the second half IFFFF and that is a big if this chronically bad attitude having young wideout can be a good boy.
Consider adding larger leagues