Mr. Moose wrote:Bye Low: Cotchery... he has started pretty slow and Favre is still learning the offense so Cotch's potential should go up each weak as more of the playbook is installed. Over the last two seasons Cotch averaged 82/1045/4 with "noodle arm". I fully expect him to surpass those numbers with Favre at the helm and if you extrapolate his first two weeks for the entire season you get 32/800/8. I think the TD's are probably pretty close but other than that he is not producing to his potential.
I don't think Cotchery is necessarily a buy low. You can't really blame him for not doing well against NE's D. He needs another couple low scoring games before his drafters start to panic, I think. I drafted him, and I am still more excited than nervous.
My candidates are:Buy Low
Carson Palmer/CJ. Cincy can't be THIS terrible ALL year. And they have fantasy owners that are definitely panicking. Then again, who knows.
Joey Galloway > When he returns to the lineup, I expect him to produce. He always ends up quietly having a good season.Sell High
Michael Turner > Wait. Don't shout at me. Turner will run ALL OVER KC this weekend and then he's got two more games before his schedule gets harder. I think about half of his matchups are unfavorable after that. If you are leery of that, then the time to trade him would be after KC. You might be able to get two solid producing fantasy players for the price of 1.5.
All the other sell high candidates have been named, imo.