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Monday, October 15, 2012


By FANTASYBOYZ Editor in Chief Corey Bugenhagen

So your fantasy lineup is decimated by not only injuries but stupid BYE weeks.  Below we help with that by giving you some legit options that may still be available for you in deeper leagues.  Don't hesitate make the necessary moves to field the best lineup you can each week. 

Montario Hardesty - Owned in .4% of ESPN Leagues

Hardesty stepped into action Sunday when Trent Richardson left the game with a rib injury and filled in admirably.  While Richardson's injury doesn't seem serious Hardesty is someone to keep an eye on as he may be worked into the lineup a bit more in the upcoming weeks

Worth a look in larger leagues

Felix Jones - Owned in 51% of ESPN Leagues

Come on pick me up already
With Demarco Murray going down with a sprained foot Jones stepped in and went over 80 yards and a touchdown.  It appears Murray will be out week 7 and possibly beyond.  Jones will be a hot commodity fantasy wide

Should be owned in all leagues

Brandon Gibson - Owned in 25% of ESPN Leagues

One week into the Danny Amendola absence was a productive one for Gibson eclipsing 90 yards on 7 grabs.  Gibson should see similar production over the next 5 or 6 weeks as Amendola heals

Should be owned in larger leagues

Devone Bess - Owned in 9.7% of ESPN Leagues

Bess has quietly been putting together a very solid season in Miami.  While Brian Hartline has been grabbing all the headlines Bess is accumulating solid catch and yardage numbers

Should be owned in larger PPR leagues

Santana Moss - Owned in 10.4% of ESPN Leagues

While Moss is clearly no longer the player he once was he is still getting targets and producing decent results.  With Pierre Garcon's foot seemingly not getting any better Moss is a possible BYE week replacement that can get you through a tough week

Worth a look in larger leagues

Anthony Fasano - Owned in 2% of ESPN Leagues

Fasano is a solid player that will sneak an occasional TD.  With rookie Ryan Tannehill getting more comfortable Fasano will be worked into the game plan more and more

Worth a look in larger leagues

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