Add/Drop for week 13

Posted: December 1, 2010 in Fantasy Football

ADD Brian Westbrook, ADD Toby Gerhart, ADD Anthony Dixon, DROP Frank Gore except in keeper leagues.

Now that the obvious calls are out of the way, who else should be grabbed or abandoned this week?

ADD Ben Obomanu– looks like Mike Williams will be out again
DROP Marshawn Lynch because, apparently, he will never return to his 2008 form.
ADD Jacoby Ford because he is the only deep threat in Oakland.
DROP Bruce Gradkowski because he is hurt again.
ADD Nate Kaeding, I know he’s a kicker, but only owned in 52% of ESPN leagues, that offense is scoring a ton.
DROP Jacoby Jones… it’s time we accepted that IF he has a major breakout coming, its not this season.
ADD Kenneth Darby because any week now, Steven Jackson will go out for the season.
DROP……. Randy Moss is owned in 97% of leagues… the time is drawing nigh.
ADD Chris Ivory… the main back for the Saints should be owned in more than 21% of leagues.
DROP Beanie Wells in all leagues with 12 or less teams. There is better to be had.
ADD Kenny Britt who might be back this week, and has an awesome schedule from now on.
DROP Darren Sproles. How is Ivory, Saints #1 owned in 21% of leagues, and Sproles, Chargers #3, owned in 58%???
ADD Tony Romo because it looks like he will be back just in time for your fantasy playoffs. And he is available in almost half of ESPN leagues.

Both Lynch and Justin Forsett are owned in over 60% of leagues……. baffling to me.

So those are the guys this week that I would be looking for. As always, hit me with questions if there is someone I didn’t mention.

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