Tuesday Morning Relief

Ah, yes.

Nothing quite like waking up on a Tuesday morning to the subtle aroma of a fresh ass whooping.

It’s quite intoxicating.


It could cost you! Wednesday’s comin’ up, and you gotta make moves.

Here’s some players to keep an eye out for:


Russell Wilson has been really solid as of late and has a great schedule up ahead. He’s available in 84% of ESPN standard leagues, and could make a solid pickup.

Colin Kaepernick played great against the Bears, and coach Jim Harbaugh has admitted publicly to giving the kid a shot–well worth it!

Carson Palmer is still available in 16% of leagues. Why, I’m not sure–all they do in Oakland is throw!


Justin Blackmon is available in 55% of leagues, and after posting ungodly numbers against the Jags, you might as well! Chad Henne looks too legit to quit.

Danario Alexander is a virtual fantasy unknown still and should be swooped up! He’s available in 95% of leagues, and he only sits out a handful of plays every game.

Emmanuel Sanders is up in 95% of leagues as well. I dropped him when Big Ben went out, but he still managed 8 fantasy points, despite Leftwich’s weak arm. Look for more action with Charlie Batch behind the helm and Antonio Brown likely still out.


Jalen Parmele will start for the Jags for at least a couple of weeks, and he looked very sound in relief this week. Look for standard 7-10 scoring.

Ronnie Hillman should get the start with McGahee out for the ROS. It could get crowded or slow in the Denver backfield, but with Peyton Manning slinging lasers, the run game should have plenty of holes to run through.

Bryce Brown is another injury sub coming from the abyss. He should be the saving grace for a horrible team. Expect the Eagles to lean on him big time if McCoy sits out!


Dallas Clark is looking really solid in an offense that is crazy explosive. He could make for a great late season addition to a weak core of tight ends (especially if you lost the Gronk from your lineup).

Brandon Myers is still up in 84% of leagues, and again, is in an explosive passing scheme. Bound to pay off!


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