Time to pull the Bait and Switch. Sell those players that are overachieving and buy those players that are underachieving. It’s pretty simple in theory, but you have to work the right deal to pull the Bait and Switch
Bush is coming off of a bye and may finally be completely healthy and he was tearing it up before the knee started bothering him. His schedule contains the Jets, Ind, Buf x 2, Jac, and Ten, which is freakin’ sweet.
A healthy Megatron on the cheap? That’s the scenario we could be looking at here. 1 TD though 6 games, after he had 9 TDs through 6 games in 2011. You have to think these guys are too talented to not get this thing straightened out and a frustrated owner might be ready to make a move.
Wallace’s case of the dropsies was on a nationally televised game and everyone saw it. They may not of seen the amount of targets the guy got and the fact that his schedule is dy-no-mite.
The Panthers want to use J-Stew as their primary back and tried to in week 7, despite him only getting 10 carries, D-Willy only received 2. He could be a workhorse going forward as the Panthers have to try and do something to change things up.
Sell! Sell! Sell!
Brady Quinn the answer? Not so much. At least we knew with Cassel that he could get the ball to his play making WR. If there is someone out there that will give you full value for him, I say pounce.
The Cardinals have the worst schedule against opposing WRs and Fitz is dealing with QB issues again. Teams will continue to hone in on him and his struggles may continue.
Jones has been awesome over the past month, including a three game stretch with 6 TDs. Too bad for him that his value is hinged upon Greg Jennings injury. Those TDs numbers are impossible to sustain.