Sep 27, 2012
It’s Week 4 of the 2012 NFL season, and some of you are probably still in a haze from last week’s shocking results. It was a wild week of football, one that gave us plenty to think about for this week and unfortunately complain about. How about that Monday night game? Be sure to check out our Waiver Wire Savior List , Waiver Wire Cut List articles, and Long-Term Investing articles.
Here are our “Fantasy Football Start ‘Ems” for Week 4 of the 2012 season. As a reminder, everyone knows to start elite players like Aaron Rodgers, Calvin Johnson, and LeSean McCoy, so when we compile our list we make sure to focus on serviceable players that will benefit from a favorable matchup.
Blair Walsh (Minnesota Vikings) at Detroit Lions
One defense that has yet to impress is the Detroit Lions. They are giving up an average of 31.3 ppg, and played good enough to stop teams short of the end zone eight times, while allowing ten touchdowns. The Vikings may not be the San Francisco 49ers but they certainly are on par with the Tennessee Titans, aren’t they?
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Shayne Graham (Houston Texans) vs. Tennessee Titans
Tennessee’s defense held the Lions to one touchdown and four field goals until there was seven minutes left in regulation in Week 3 and because of that we like this matchup for Graham. The Titans are still growing as a defense, losing big names like Cortland Finnegan in free agency, but they kept the game close against a powerful offensive team. The Texans be within range several times during the game, but it’s up to the Titans to determine if the Texans go for three or for six.