Archive for the ‘Trading post’ Category

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Most leagues have seen their trade deadline come and go, but for those of you with one more week to make potential deals, it’s time to focus on the playoffs. In the final Trading Post of the season, we look at the players who can help you as the fantasy post-season draws near, starting with a surprising star in the Giants’ backfield.

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Last week’s matchup with the Broncos didn’t result in the shootout that Philip Rivers’ owners were hoping for and they may be wondering whether the 31-year-old Charger is primed for a late season slip. Despite his failure to post Manning-like numbers in Week 10 (he was a little more Eli than Peyton), Rivers is a quarterback you’ll want on your roster for the fantasy playoffs.

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Flying under the radar on a team that doesn’t get much national buzz, Jake Locker has put together a solid campaign despite an injury, which cost him a few weeks of action. With a very favorable schedule going forward, including the Jaguars twice, Locker could be the perfect solution for Aaron Rodgers owners.

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Marshawn Lynch was fired up on the Seahawks’ sidelines Monday night and for good reason. Beast Mode was upset with his limited number of touches in what turned out to be a very close game with the Rams, but that usage will prove to be more of an outlier than a sign of things to come.

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With Roy Helu Jr. scoring three touchdowns last week, Alfred Morris owners were left refreshing their pages in disbelief. Despite missing out on the touchdowns, Morris is still showing the skills that made him the league’s second leading rusher in his rookie season and is the perfect trade target this week.

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Aaron Rodgers has been held under 20 fantasy points in each of his last three contests and has now lost wide receiver Randall Cobb for the next six to eight weeks. But there’s still plenty of hope for the Packers’ passing attack.

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It’s been an ugly start to the season for second-year running back Lamar Miller. The Dolphins’ rusher entered the season with more promise than almost any other fantasy running back and he has promptly fallen on his face. Now is the time to acquire Miller, help him up, dust him off, and watch him reach his potential.
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