Wagstaff and Son Reach Final Four of Survivor League

by Eddie Mayrose

After ten weeks, the good professor and his general manager, son Timothy, have outlasted ten family members and positioned themselves in the final four of the McGee Survivor League.  Riding the tails of the Johnson brothers, their two superstar wide receivers Andre and Calvin, Waggie and Tim have seen their Fantasy Football team, Home Alone 2, dodge every bullet thrown its way.  Now, with two brothers and a cousin standing as the only obstacles between him and the grand prize, Tim is feeling his oats.  ” I talked dad out of Carson Palmer last week and Joe Flacco came through.  This week, it’s Michael Crabtree in for Mike Williams. If we win again, dad’s paying for the Harry Potter movie.”  We’ll see, Tim.

Fantasy Football Studs

- Worried that Chargers’ QB Philip Rivers might not be able to maintain his first half pace?  Forget it, as San Diego’s MVP candidate gets his staring receiving corps back for a matchup with Denver.  In Carolina, they’re down to third string RB Mike Goodson, who turned in a terrific game last week.  Expect more of the same as the Panthers’ turn to rookie QB Tony Pike.  Can’t imagine there’ll be a lot of passes in that game plan.

Fantasy Football Sleepers

- As mentioned above, Chargers WR Legedu Naanee returns from a hamstring injury to face the very generous Broncos‘ secondary. With Tyler Thigpen stepping into the starting role in Miami, look for TE Anthony Fasano to be a primary target in the Dolphins’ limited offensive scheme.

Fantasy Football Slippers

-We’ll see how Texans WR Andre Johnson does on Revis Island this Sunday vs. the Jets, especially with an ailing Matt Schaub.  Detroit’s Calvin Johnson didn’t fare too well in the same scenario two weeks ago.  San Diego’s Antonio Gates, already dealing with an injury, may see his numbers drop with the return of WRs Naanee and Malcolm Floyd to the lineup.

Fantasy Football Stiffs

- Don’t bet on Vikings’ WR Sidney Rice being in uniform this Sunday as he continues his recovery from hip surgery.  Even if he does, he’ll struggle right along wit the rest of the Vikings.  Give up the ghost on Arizona’s RB Beanie Wells.  His “breakout” season has been a bust and should continue along the same path; especially if he can’t hang on to the ball.

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