Oct 23, 2012
Week 7 of the fantasy football is in the books and we now have a pretty good idea of the players set to underachieve this season. Some players are just stuck on terrible teams while others are just plain bad. We’ve also added a few players to the list that should be dropped because of injury. If you read our Waiver Wire Savior articles and are wondering who to drop this week, have a look at the list below. All of these guys are safe cuts in most league formats.
TIGHT ENDS—CUT THEM LOOSE
Fred Davis, TE, Washington Redskins
Fred Davis got off to a slow start, rebounded and ooked like he had a shot at a big year; however he tore his Achilles tendon in Week 7 and is done for the season. Logan Paulsen didn’t look bad in relief, but the Redskins re-signed Chris Cooley on Monday and he is expected to see time at tight end as well.
Davis’ owners should dump him from their team accordingly and start playing matchups at the tight end position on a weekly basis. Don’t forget to check out our Week 8 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire artcile to find out who to target.
Consider Dropping In: 10-team, 12-team and 14-team Leagues
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Scott Chandler, TE, Buffalo Bills
Scott Chandler is a little too fluky to keep on most fantasy rosters. He’ll have a touchdown every once in awhile but outside of that he doesn’t hold much value. Chandler has caught only seven passes for 59 yards the last two weeks and his involvement in the passing game has been gradually decreasing. Now is a good time to part ways with him in all but the deepest leagues.
Consider Dropping In: 10-team and 12-team Leagues
Cut Them Loose Watch List: Jermichael Finley (Green Bay Packers), Antonio gates (San Diego Charges), Kyle Rudolph (Minnesota Vikings)
Keep Them Cut: Dallas Clark (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Lance Kendricks (St. Louis Rams), Tony Moeaki (Kansas City Chiefs), Dustin Keller (New York Jets), Kellen Winslow (FA), Ed Dickson (Baltimore Ravens), Dante Rosario (San Diego Chargers), Ben Watson (Cleveland Browns), Jordan Cameron (Cleveland Browns), Dwayne Allen (Indianapolis Colts), Kellen Davis (Chicago Bears), Craig Stevens (Tennessee Titans), Todd Heap (Arizona Cardinals), Kevin Boss (Kansas City Chiefs), Coby Fleener (Indianapolis Colts), Dennis Pitta (Baltimore Ravens), Zach Miller (Seattle Seahawks), Marcedes Lewis (Jacksonville Jaguars)