So, after David Garrard's abysmal performance yesterday, is it even worth keeping him around? I see he's getting dropped all over the place. Is this the smart move. FYI, I have Culter at QB currently.
Also, I grabbed Beanie Wells to start as RB2 against Carolina, and he was pretty quiet. Again, is there any use in keeping him around or can I safely drop him too? In other words, do you see him getting an increased role anytime soon? For what it's worth, I currently have MJD, Ryan Grant, and Mendenhall.
As for what to use the spots for, I can either pick up Denver's D (who did look like crap against Baltimore, but could bounce back), Vince Young, Ryan Moats, LeSean McCoy, Jeremy Maclin, Malcolm Floyd, Maurice Morris, Jonathan Stewart (again), and a few deeper sleeper options.
So, what do you suggest? Let me know what you think, leave a link, and I'll return the favor.
EDIT: I forgot to mention, I stream pretty deep at WR, with Reggie Wayne, VJax, Deshaun Jackson, Donald Driver, and Santonio Holmes.
Last edited by tuckyou on Mon Nov 02, 2009 7:12 pm, edited 1 time in total.
I'de rather keep Wells, and drop Garrard. He's crap. I had him in 2 of my leagues as backup and dropped him early in the year in both leagues, and I havn't regretted it. Beanie on the other hand, I'm holding on to for a couple more weeks. He's beginning to see more work, so it's only a matter of time before he breaks out. I'de try to pickup a backup QB incase Cutler gets hurt, so someone like Alex Smith would be a good pickup.
From the list you had for pickups, its tough to tell who to get becasue I don't know where your team is strong/weak. But ones that stand out to me are Vince Young, Denver's D, McCoy, Ryan Moats. But it doesn't sound like you need a RB, so someone like Maclin might be more valuable to you.
I'd say dropping Garrard depends on how deep the QB waiver wire normally is. If there are decent enough injury fill-ins (Henne, Cassel, etc) then drop him. But, if you're looking at guys like Vick and Kitna as the only options, I'd just stash him.
For the other, I like McCoy (WB can't stay healthy), Moats (although Slaton could be the #1 again), and Stewart.
Drop Garrard. I doubt the other free agent options are that much worse. If you needed another QB, you're probably better off grabbing someone based on matchups anyways. (Grab Moats or Jonathan Stewart.)