|M. Williams (TB)||8||15||11.5|
|S. Smith (Car)||16||17||16.5|
The only team who hasn’t scored a passing TD on the Rams were the Seahawks in Week 4. Other than
that, every other team that has played the Rams has found the end zone through the air. I expect big
things from Josh Freeman this weekend and for that prediction to come true Mike Williams will have
to have a big game. Williams could be in for a 4 week fantasy stud streak facing the Rams, Cardinals,
Falcons, and Panthers. I’m certainly playing him where I have him.
The reason why I have Kenny Britt so far down my list is because Vince Young may not be under center.
If Young plays, the Britt’s streak of games with a TD pass should very well continue, but if he doesn’t it
could be an ugly day for the wideout. Check Young’s status before putting Britt in your lineup.
Larry Fitzgerald had a somewhat down year last year (340 yards short of previous year.), and the following year he gets what is probably the biggest downgrade of all time in his quarterback. This is unfortunate for Fitzgerald owners, but they had to have known the risks in picking him in the first few rounds.
Kenny Britt has scored a touchdown in his last 4 games and looks to continue on that trend. Hines Ward has recently taken a huge increase in fantasy stock with the return of Big Ben. I think both of these guys will continue to be unsung fantasy heroes pretty much the rest of the season.
Santana Moss has had a rebirth this season, he looks formidable now that he has a quarterback who can get the ball to him. I think he will get the ball in open space and put up some good numbers as a result.