FF – Get & Forget week 10











- FANFOOD GET & FORGET week 10- 



The next edition of the FANFOOD GET & FORGET will be about the players that may be sitting there as FAs. Every year there are players that will emerge off the fantasy football waiver wire to be solid additions for a fantasy football team. Good work on the waiver wire involves knowing who is on the radar just before their stock goes through the roof after a huge game or a string of solid starts. Every Tuesday we will sift through the noise and point out some players that you should GET & the ones you can FORGET.


Here are ALL the 2013 FANFOOD GET & FORGETs



QB | RB | WR | TE | DST | 30-Late |

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| week 1 || week 5 || week 9 |
| week 2 || week 6 || week 10 |
| week 3 || week 7 |
| week 4 || week 8 |



Lets get to it!


NFL Injury Rundown


  • The Bears’ 27-20 win over Green Bay on Monday night had the looks of a potential shootout when Aaron Rodgers and the Packers came out of the gates with 26-, 27-, and 16-yard plays on the opening drive. The Packers’ hopes were dashed on the final play of that opening possession when Rodgers was sacked on third-and-eight by Shea McClellin at Chicago’s 12-yard line. Rodgers landed hard on his left – non-throwing – shoulder. He got up and was in obvious pain. Rodgers immediately went to the sideline and talked with the medical staff. He attempted some short throws before quickly being escorted to the locker room. Green Bay later announced Rodgers was done for the night, and Seneca Wallace was making his first regular-season appearance since he appeared in six games for the Browns in 2011. Rodgers stayed in the locker room for the entire first half. He then returned to the sideline in the third quarter donning a hooded sweatshirt and sweatpants. Aaron Rodgers has been diagnosed with a broken collarbone, and that it’s “going to be a little while” before he returns. A “little while” is as unscientific as it gets, but Demovsky’s colleague Adam Schefter reported earlier Tuesday that Rodgers is expected to miss in the neighborhood of three weeks with a “small fracture.” At least going by the vague language, we still don’t have an exact diagnosis, but Rodgers can be safely ruled out for Week 10, and likely Weeks 11 and 12, as well. It’s a massive downgrade for the Packers’ entire offense. With Seneca Wallace under center, Jordy Nelson and Eddie Lacy will be the Pack’s only worthwhile fantasy options for Week 10. James Jones is a WR4
  • We hope Darren McFadden owners enjoyed his spot start in Week 8 because it appears he’ll be back on the shelf once again. DMC pulled his hamstring in what he referred to as “the same spot” as his previous pull. We can confidently say we have seen the last of DMC for the foreseeable future. Rashard Jennings had an impressive day with over 100 yards and a touchdown on the ground as well as another 74 in the air. Just remember that it was against the Eagles. This plus the fact that DMC is a renowned slow healer and is in a contract year should see Raiders’ management hold out DMC from any on-field action until he is fully healed and ready to go.
  • The big blowout win by the Eagles wasn’t the worst thing to happen to Terrelle Pryor owners, as the young quarterback left in the 4th quarter with the game well out of reach with a knee injury. He was able to move the leg and was able to walk and put pressure without pain. Coach Dennis Allen said it was nothing to be concerned about and just needed some ice.
  • Arian Foster left Sunday night’s game against the Colts after the first series and more importantly, left his owners who started him with a cruel ending to their weekend. Foster did not return with what is being called a back issue and did not comment on it after the game. He came into the season banged up and the grind of touching the ball roughly 1100 times in 3 years seems to be catching up with him. Ben Tate was commendable in relief with cracked ribs and had 22 carries for 88 yards, while third string back Dennis Johnson had eight carries for 36 yards.
  • Another startling no show after the first series of the game was the Saints’ running back Darren Sproles after a hit to the head from free safety Antonio Allen on a 2-yard run. He went for concussion tests and did not return. We will know more this week. Ironically, Allen received a concussion too late in the game.
  • If the Jets haven’t suffered enough injuries to their receivers, Jeremy Kerley had his elbow badly injured in what is being referred to as a subluxation. A subluxation occurs when the lower arm extends beyond a point that the tendons and ligaments can bare and the elbow “pops” out of the joint. So it’s dislocation of sorts. If this occurred, Kerley could miss several games. Owners will do well to cut Kerley loose and turn their attention to David Nelson.
  • Kyle Rudolph (broken foot) will be sidelined 4-6 weeks. It means the earliest Rudolph is likely to return is Week 14 against the Ravens, and that he could end up on injured reserve. Out at least a month in one of the league’s worst offenses, Rudolph can be safely dropped in re-draft leagues. John Carlson is taking over as the Vikings’ No. 1 tight end.
  • The Browns didn’t walk away from their win over the Ravens unscathed. Sudden star, Greg Little sprained his shoulder but it is believed not to be severe. Jason Campbell, who is helping these young receivers mature, bruised his ribs. He was knocked out of the game momentarily by Haloti Ngata on a scramble and must have been re-energized by the chorus of boos that Brandon Weeden was greeted to on his return to the field. Campbell played through the pain and threw three touchdowns.
  • The Bengals lost their star defensive anchor Thursday night as Geno Atkins was placed on injured reserve after tearing the ACL in his right knee. The Bengals have taken yet another hit to their defense, already feeling the hit of losing star cornerback Leon Hall.
  • The Colts’ T.Y. Hilton stood tall after scoring three touchdowns in Reggie Wayne’s absence, but the receiver also had to fill the hole of teammate Darrius Heyward-Bey who left the game after a helmet-to-helmet hit in the fourth quarter. He did not suffer a concussion but was held out as a precaution. DHB was a disappointment up to that point, catching only one pass on the night for 11 yards.
  • In the week that Bills’ quarterback E.J. Manuel comes back to practice (and the team cuts Matt Flynn), his fellow rookie receivers Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin sustained leg injuries in their loss to the Chiefs. Goodwin’s injury looks like a hamstring and if serious, he could be on the shelf for a few weeks. Woods’ injury on the other hand looks more serious, since he he could not but his weight on his left leg due to either an undisclosed ankle or foot injury. Follow the Bruno Boys Player Feed for up to minute information when it breaks.

On the Mend

  • The Bills’ C.J. Spiller didn’t mind splitting carries with Fred Jackson and ripped off 116 yards on 12 rushes. He added another two receptions for 39 yards, making it the most active he’s been since Week 4.
  • Despite setting a franchise record low for rushing attempts, DeMarco Murray made the most of his four carries with 31 yards and six catches for an additional 19 yards. It appears that Lance Dunbar and Joseph Randle will bite into Murray’s carries or the Cowboys are babying Murray. While the iron is cooling, it might be time to try and work in a trade for Murray for owners who think his value is going down, when in actuality his temperature is going to rise as the playoffs approach.
  • Zac Stacy shook off his ankle injury to pound the ground 27 times for 127 yards and added six receptions for 51 yards. Stacy is the exact type of running back that fits the Jeff Fisher mold of work horse and he appeared to have no complications from the injury.
  • While Marshawn Lynch left owners desiring a lot in Week 8, Sunday was a different story as Lynch went into Beast mode for another 100-yard game. He finished with 141 total yards and was not slowed by his knee injury.
  • Threatened not to play in Week 9, Jimmy Graham played in over 75% of the offensive snaps and score two touchdowns to go along with his nine receptions for 116 yards. Keep Graham cemented in your lineup unless he’s in street clothes.
  • Also gaining late week injury buzz was fellow tight end star Rob Gronkowski who played on 48 of 75 snaps but owned the Steelers, catching nine passes for 143 yards and a touchdown. He was stretching and working on his hamstring/back on the sidelines
  • The Panthers’ Jonathan Stewart made his first appearance of 2013 and had a total of 65 yards off of 12 touches and looked like he is going to spoil DeAngelo Williams’ season. Both were involved in the offense, as was Mike Tolbert who scored his third touchdowns in four weeks. This committee is back to being a crowded house.
  • Roddy White remained inactive for another week pushing his fantasy owners closer to the edge of the cliff. He did appear closer to making the start, but the team is being overly cautious to ensure no further setbacks come into play. He could be just playing sick too because White is looking at Richard Sherman if he decides to step on the field in Week 10 and Darrelle Revis in Week 11. Talk about your tough breaks. Owners should circle the Week 12 matchup against the Saintse as the week to actually use him, but we can hear the chorus of despair.
sources: brunoboys | rotoworld




Here are some free agents that we think you should GET and ones you need to FORGET heading into week 10 of the season, followed by a recipe for Baked Artichoke Dip (A go-to recipe for the watching the game or entertaining.)



rankPlayer Position Team
1 Andre Brown RB NYG
2 Chris Ivory RB NYJ
3 Aaron Dobson WR NE
4 Riley Cooper WR PHI
5 Mike Tolbert RB CAR
6 Mike Brown WR JAC
7 Tim Wright TE TB
8 Shonn Greene RB TEN
9 Rashad Jennings RB OAK
10 Lance Moore WR NO





Aaron Dobson

from Fantasy Sports LR:
Well, it’s official. Things have been trending this way in New England throughout October and with Kenbrell Thompkins’ deactivation on Sunday Aaron Dobson is the team’s unchallenged X receiver. The wideout formerly known as Dropson participated in 90% of New England’s offensive snaps this weekend and has seen more than 73% of them in three of the last four games. It took some time, but the rookie’s pro-readiness has caught up with his size, talent and pedigree. Assuming good health the rest of the way for New England’s offense (clearly, not a safe assumption, mind you) Dobson should be able to operate effectively on the outside with Rob Gronkowski drawing the attention of opposing defenses in the middle and Danny Amendola taking his looks underneath. No one wants to overreact to one outing, but, week nine showed us how the unit can look when all cylinders are firing.
from Rant Sports:
I have mixed feelings about Aaron Dobson. It seems like one week, we love him, and the next, he disappoints. Lately, however, he has been very productive. Coming off a two-touchdown performance on Sunday, Dobson now has three scores in his last two contests. Also, coming into yesterday’s game, Dobson had played a career high in snaps in three of his last four games. The team is beginning to trust him more, especially since fellow rookie Kenbrell Thompkins was a healthy scratch. With injury prone receivers all over New England, Dobson certainly has rest of season value.
from Hatty Waiver Wire Guru:
Aaron Dobson has finally figured out how to operate in an NFL offense and is now on the field for every offensive snap in New England. This is the WR to claim off of waiver wires in all formats. For shallower leagues, it’s hard to understand why Mike James is still owned in less than half of all Yahoo Leagues, but after this week everyone should see the type of talent that James brings to the table. The one issue with James has been his ability to find the end-zone, but if you are in a PPR league he simply can’t be ignored any longer.




Riley Cooper

from juanelway:
Foles obvioiusly likes to target Cooper and Cooper can get deep and is a huge target in the red zone. He could be a WR2 the rest of the way with this schedule and if Foles can keep this up.
from lesterslegends:
Riley Cooper caught five of six targets for 139 yards and three touchdowns against the Raiders. He really plays well when Foles is under center.
from footballdocs:
Make no mistake, Cooper and Foles are on the same page. Foles returns to the starting job, and suddenly Cooper looks like a fantasy man child again pulling in 5 catches for 139 yards and 3 TDs. Note Cooper had a big game in week 6 with 120 yards and a TD… back when Foles was under center. Grab Cooper if you can, which most of you can as he is just owned in 2% of fantasy leagues.

 FANFOOD SAYS: FORGET in 10/12 Team leagues, consider in deep leagues.





Chris Ivory

from Fantasy Sports LR:
Chris Ivory dominated both his former team and his committee partner on Sunday. He ran all over the Saints to the tune of 139 yards rushing on 18 attempts and out-touched fellow RB Bilal Powell 18-9. This weekend marks the second game in his last three where the former Saint has gone over 100 yards and this week’s outing was very efficient with a per carry average of 7.7. There will be games where Ivory slips back behind Powell – his limitations in the passing game make Powell the more usable back in games where the Jets are likely to trail, but, he’ll get the early down work and is running well when given the opportunityfrom Rant Sports:
Over the last three weeks, Chris Ivory has carried the ball 58 times, compared to just 22 for Bilal Powell. It appears the running back usage has shifted in New York, and considering the Jets are a top-five team in rushing attempts per game (31.0), there’s volume there that I like. Remember, this was a guy going in the earlier rounds when he was healthy, and he’s a punishing runner when on the field. Ivory should earn the starting job. According to fantasydata.com, he is scoring 32.3 fantasy points per 100 snaps, which is almost 20 points more than Powell.
from rotoworld:
The Jets named Chris Ivory a captain ahead of Week 9, and picked him to be the last man out of the tunnel before the game. Some of it had to do with Ivory facing his old team, the Saints. Some of it had to do with the fact Ivory was going to play a prominent role in punishing New Orleans’ leaky run defense, and keeping Drew Brees off the field. Ivory ripped off 139 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries versus his old teammate, looking like the Jets’ version of Marshawn Lynch. “We know if he’s healthy, this young man has the ability to be a punch-you-in-the-face type of back,” coach Rex Ryan said.

 FANFOOD SAYS: GET in ALL leagues if available.



Lance Moore

from lesterslegends:
Lance Moore caught six of 10 targets for 70 yards against the Jets. It was his second decent showing in a row. If anyone is going to complement Graham, it could be Moore.
from 4for4:
Lance Moore has 9-104-1 in his last two games. He saw 10 targets against the Jets. Startable as long as Colston is out.
from rotoworld:
Lance Moore caught six passes for 70 yards in Sunday’s Week 9 loss to the Jets. Considering the spot Moore was in, it’s a disappointing line. Marques Colston (knee) was inactive, Darren Sproles was concussed on the first drive, Jimmy Graham (foot) didn’t play every snap and Drew Brees attempted 51 passes. It shows Moore is going to have to fight for targets with the likes of Robert Meachem, Kenny Stills and even Nick Toon at times. Still, Moore will be a WR4 with some upside against the Cowboys in Week 10 — especially if Colston sits again.

 FANFOOD SAYS: FORGET in shallow leagues, GET if you need a WR4





Jonathon Stewart

from Muntradamus:
Not only is Jonathan Stewart healthy for the first time all-season, he has also never been hit the same amount of times as the already worn down DeAnglo Williams (Quad). That’s something I was preaching would happen all of draft day as a reason to make J-Stew a late Round Stash. With DeAnglo Williams slowly in ‘fade mode’ we can expect to see Jonathan Stewart make his way to being a consistent 16 Touch per game RB. For Jonathan Stewart and your Fantasy Playoffs, that is all you need.
from rotoworld:
Making his 2013 debut, Jonathan Stewart rushed nine times for 43 yards in Carolina’s Week 9 win over the Falcons, adding three catches for 22 yards. Stewart out-gained DeAngelo Williams by 11 yards despite notching two fewer touches, and didn’t appear rusty after two months on the PUP list. Stewart’s snaps were not limited to obvious passing situations. He’ll definitely be a big part of the Panthers’ three-man committee going forward, and could even end up the chairman. However, neither Stewart nor Williams will be a recommended FLEX option against the 49ers in Week 10.
from FFLockerRoom:
Stewart had a nice debut totaling 65 yards and could overtake Williams sooner rather than later as the “feature” back. Of course, any given day the rock will just go to the hot hand.

 FANFOOD SAYS: GET as bench depth in all leagues



Donald Brown

from footballdocs:
Brown looks like the better RB in the Colts backfield right now. Maybe we are overreacting to the troubles of T-Rich, or maybe are eyes are not deceiving us. Either way, Brown is splitting snaps and touches, and should be owned.
from rotoworld:
Donald Brown rushed six times for 49 yards in Sunday night’s Week 9 win over the Texans. Brown played behind Trent Richardson in a change-of-pace role and continues to be the more effective back. He was limited to just six carries with the Colts playing from behind in the second half and didn’t factor into the passing game. Brown should continue to cut into Richardson’s workload going forward and is the preferred passing down option. He’s still nothing more than a RB4 in re-draft leagues.
from FFLockerRoom:
Brown continues to out play Trent Richardson on a per carry average but he will still just be the change of pace back for the Colts.

 FANFOOD SAYS: FORGET in ALL leagues as he will not be trustworthy on a weekly basis





Andre Brown

from juanelway:
Have you seen the state of the Giants’ RBs? Brown comes back in week 10 and should be the starter from the get go. Grab him now before it’s too late. If Brandon Jacobs and Peyton Hillis have value here, Brown could be a instant RB2.
from NBCsports:
When the season started, the Giants thought David Wilson and Andre Brown would be their top two running backs. They’ve had to rely on the likes of Da’Rel Scott, Brandon Jacobs and Peyton Hillis because of injuries to Brown and Wilson, although that will change this week. The question is how much things will change. Running back Andre Brown will almost certainly be on the field this week, the first game that he’s eligible to play after going on injured reserve with the possibility to return. Brown said Monday that he feels ready after missing two-plus months with a broken leg and that the coaches have outlined a plan for his workload. “The coaches just told me to be ready,” Brown said, via the Newark Star-Ledger. “They threw me some special plays out there. They want to get me back in football shape. They want to kind of ease me into this thing. That’s what they plan on doing and we’ll go from there.”
from rotoworld:
Brown could easily out-touch Brandon Jacobs and Peyton Hillis against the Raiders, but the situation will be worth riding out for at least a week if you have designs on making Brown your FLEX option. He’s going to emerge as the Giants’ lead back, but it may not be in Week 10 after missing so much time.




James Starks

from juanelway:
Starks looked explosive coming off the bench and scored on a 25 yard TD run. He is the guy to own if Lacy goes down and could get work anyway, as the Packers schedule is very good. Good stash, as Starks would be an instant top 10 guy if Lacy got injured.
from rotoworld:
James Starks rushed for 40 yards and one touchdown on six carries in Monday night’s Week 9 loss to the Bears. Starks’ score came from 32 yards out on the first play of Green Bay’s second possession following a blocked punt. You could have driven a semi truck through the gaping hole Starks shot through for the score. It was at least ten yards wide. Lead blocker John Kuhn didn’t even have to lay a hat on a defender. Starks is going to continue to see 5-8 touches per game but is mostly a handcuff.

 FANFOOD SAYS: FORGET unless you have lacy on your roster





Rashad Jennings

from footballdocs:
McFadden left the game on Sunday with a hamstring injury, and it appears he may miss some significant time. In his place Jennings got the bulk of the work, and Jennings posted a gem of a game rushing for 104 yards, 1 TD, and caught 7 passes for 74 yards on 10 targets. Jennings is just what you need if hurting at RB, and he is owned in only 1% of fantasy leagues.
from rotoworld:
Coach Dennis Allen said he thought Rashad Jennings did a “great job” following Darren McFadden’s hamstring injury Sunday. McFadden left in the second quarter and did not return. Jennings filled in with 15 carries for 102 yards with a touchdown and seven catches for 74 yards. Given that McFadden’s pull is an aggravation in the same spot as his Week 4 pull, we’d be surprised if he’s back anytime soon. Jennings is going to be a candidate for 15 to 20 touches against the Giants’ weak defense in Week 10.
from fantasysharks:
The last time Darren McFadden got hurt, Jennings stepped in and looked decent amassing 116 total yards in relief. He got the start the next game and it did not go so well. Ten carries and 41 yards later, the Raiders backup running back found himself right back on the waiver wire. Darren McFadden exited this week’s game after re-aggravating his hamstring injury and once again, Jennings stepped up and had an outstanding day, logging 174 total yards and a touchdown. Now faced with a chance to possibly start again, will Rashad step up or crumble under the pressure? We have been here before.

FANFOOD SAYS: GET in ALL leagues and start week 10


Shonn Greene

from lesters legends:
Shonn Greene ran for 38 yards and a touchdown against the St. Louis Rams. He added 28 receiving yards. He is going to get some touches, but probably not enough for a fantasy role.
from footballdocs:
For those in very deep leagues with very little options on the waiver wire, note the Titans backed up their talk regarding Greene having an increased role in the offense on Sunday. Greene delivered with 38 rushing yards, a rushing TD, and 28 receiving yards. Granted Chris Johnson had an even bigger game, but Greene will be the Titans goal line back and then some, as the Titans were talking about an ideal game being one where Johnson got 20 carries and Greene got 15 carries. Green is owned in 25% of fantasy leagues.
from rotoworld:
Shonn Greene rushed nine times for 38 yards and a touchdown and caught a 28-yard pass in the Titans’ Week 9 win over St. Louis. The Titans publicly pledged this week to get Greene 15 carries against the Rams. With Chris Johnson shredding and looking like the CJwhateverK of old, however, Tennessee couldn’t take the football out of its best back’s hands. Greene did execute on a five-yard touchdown run to open the game, and is going to remain a big part of the Titans’ rushing offense as the lesser half of a one-two punch. Look for Greene to be a flex option in Week 10 against Jacksonville’s generous defense.
from FFLockerRoom:
Mike Munchak did say Greene would see a decent amount of work against the Rams and he was telling the truth. Shonn played well and could see some extended time on the ground against the Jaguars in week 10.

 FANFOOD SAYS: Forget in 10/12 team leagues, consider in others




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from thefakefootball:
Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: Pay no mind to the Rams shredding Tennessee on the ground last week. St. Louis’ rsz_tennessee-titansrunning attack is rejuvenated, while Jacksonville’s is as plodding and ineffective as ever.The Jaguars have allowed double-digit points to enemy defenses in three of their four away games, thanks in large part to Chad Henne’s errant throws and myriad miscues. The Titans sport the league’s fifth best pass rush, according to Pro Football Focus, along with a top-4 secondary. The Titans’ cornerbacks and safeties, without Justin Blackmon to worry about, will surely be able to keep Cecil Shorts in check. Tennessee is a locked-and-loaded top-5 Week 10 defensive play.
from fansided:
Tennessee faces the Jaguars who have allowed the second-most points per game to opposing defenses. The Titans D has forced multiple turnovers in four of their last five games including two forced fumbles last week against the Rams. They dropped Kellen Clemens twice for sacks both coming from Jurrell Casey who also was second on the team with six tackles. The Titans have been a top ten defense for most of the season and are in a good enough matchup for them to be a starting team defense in ten team leagues. They are widely available since they had a bye two weeks ago and don’t have big names, but they consistently force turnovers and taking on the Jags should be in for a good week.
from brunoboys:
The Titans have quietly been a very good defense this season. They’ve scored at least seven fantasy points in all but three games this season thanks to a consistent pass rush and a nose for turnovers. Titans’ defensive coordinator Jerry Gray’s platoon have been an above average, allowing 20.8 points per game, but 15 turnovers make the team playable for fantasy purposes. All that said, we’re recommending the Titans just because they play the JV Jacksonville Jaguars’ squad next and again in Week 16. The Jaguars have been held to 10 points or less a whopping five times this season. Justin Blackmon’s indefinite suspension only adds insult to injury. The team can’t protect Chad Henne, can’t open holes for Maurice Jones Drew and will be relying on Mike Brown to fill the void left by Blackmon. This matchup is ripe for the picking.



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FF today Waiver Wire Power Ranks

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Baked Artichoke Dip


This rich, creamy dip has been around for a long time. It was developed by Hellman’s in the 1960s as a way to promote their mayonnaise. And did it ever take off! Enjoy it again with your friends. You can use a combination of fat-free mayonnaise and yogurt instead of the mayonnaise for a low-fat treat. This is an easy appetizer to make ahead of time and store in the fridge until you want to bake it. Just add 5-10 minutes to the cooking time.



1 cup mayonnaise
1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
14 oz. can artichoke hearts, well drained (marinated or not, as you wish)
10 oz. pkg. frozen chopped spinach, thawed, well drained
1 red bell pepper, chopped
1 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix mayonnaise and Parmesan cheese.
Stir in artichokes, spinach and bell pepper.
Place in 1 quart ovenproof casserole and sprinkle with Monterey Jack cheese.
Bake at 350 degrees 15-20 minutes until heated and bubbly and cheese is melted.
Serve with baguette slices, crackers or pita crisps.







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