Nov 21, 2011
Week 12 of the NFL schedule leaves bye weeks in the rearview mirror for fantasy football owners and now the run to the playoffs (at least for some) continues. With the trade deadline looming in a lot of leagues, the waiver wire will soon become the only way to bolster a fantasy football roster for the stretch drive.
If injuries have left you searching for suitable options to fill out your roster, check out the check out the Week 12 edition of Bruno Boys Fantasy Footballs “Pick Them Ups.”
Quick Note: Not all players that had strong Week 11 outings are on this list, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they don’t have value. If you have any questions about free agents not discussed in this article, head over to the forums and we’ll help you with the answers.
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QUARTERBACKS - PICK THEM UP
Rex Grossman (Washington Redskins)
Grossman went 25-for-38 for 289 yards with two touchdowns and one interception against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, as he played well in his second game since being re-installed as the Redskins’ starting quarterback. He has almost certainly secured at least one more start, and Week 12 against the Seattle Seahawks shapes up to be a favorable matchup. The Seahawks entered Week 11 having allowed at least 250 passing yards in six games this season while allowing multiple passing touchdowns in three of their previous five games. Following that, matchups against the New England Patriots in Week 14 and Minnesota Vikings in Week 16 look promising for Grossman and the Redskins’ passing game. Just how strong a hold he has on the starting job may change on a weekly basis, but Grossman is worth a look in two-quarterback leagues as a possible starting option when the matchup is favorable. He is available in 83 percent of Fleaflicker leagues right now.
Consider Adding In: 12-Team and 14-Team Leagues, in particular those where starting two quarterbacks is required
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