Need a 3rd WR to fill in on the bye week, and have either Earl Bennett or Mike Wallace to choose from.
Bennett at home vs Cardinals (Cardinals: 233 ypg passing allowed, 11 tds, 7 ints)
Wallace on road vs Broncos (Broncos: 180.6 ypg passing allowed, 4 tds, 6 ints)
The CBS projection (which are always terrible) has Wallace (12 pts) much higher than Bennett (4 pts), but...
Bennett at home vs a pretty bad pass D (see stats above)
& I like the fact that Bennett has a "special" relationship with Cutler, having been on the same Vanderbilt team. He seems to get a lot of looks you might not expect.
Opposing my view is the site fftoolbox.com which I go to for a second (or third) opinion. They also have Wallace ranked higher for this week (albeit slightly), and have him listed on their "Pickups of the week" - here is their writeup for that:
Mike Wallace has been a steady contributor all season long and he's just waiting for that breakout game. Denver's defense may scare prospective Wallace owners away, but the combination of an attacking front seven and lock-down corners may actually mean good things for this slot receiver. Ben Roethlisberger isn't afraid to spread the ball around and he'll have to do so with either Holmes or Ward being shadowed by all-world cover man Champ Bailey. With the Broncos bringing steady pressure, Big Ben will be looking to his third option, trying to exploit those quick slants and seam routes that Wallace has been making his name with.
I also considered Mark Clayton as an option, then changed my mind. This is a 12 team league, and even with the shallow bench spots, there aren't a lot of great options for bye week fill ins left.
Thanks for your thoughts - you guys helped me out big last week with my hightower vs wells dilemma-