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.
WIDE RECEIVERS–START ’EM
Eric Decker (Denver Broncos) vs. Oakland Raiders
Since we’re looking for a big game out of Manning, we think Decker will be one of his beneficiary, as long as he minimizes those drops. Even though Manning is spreading the wealth in the Mile High City, we think Week 3 was the start of a small run on points for Decker and it’s a good time to cash in. Just look at the matchup. The Raiders have allowed 520 receiving yards and four touchdowns to opposing wideouts this year and fantasy owners can expect the Broncos to pick on their secondary.
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Percy Harvin (Minnesota Vikings) at Detroit
We all knew that Harvin would be getting a majority of the touches for the Vikings, but the pint-sized speedster is eighth in targets with 32, averaging 92.3 yards per game receiving, and even though he hasn’t made it into the end zone, his chances go up against a Lions’ defense that has played poorly thus far in 2012.
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