Its that time of the week again. Here are your adds and drops for Week 12 in fantasy football.
Week 12 ADDS:
Keiland Williams RB: Williams is now the man in Washington as both Clinton Portis and Ryan Torain are injured. Last week Williams showed that he can supply some very friendly PPR numebrs as he ran for 68 yards while catching 6 passes. He is best served as a running back two in those league setups but the fact he can run anad catch the ball certainly makes him worth an add.
Mike Goodson RB: I did a feature on Goodson yesterday which you can check out here http://www.thefantasysportsboss.com/2010/11/nfl-fantasy-football-player-analyzer_23.html . Pick him up.
Mike Tolbert RB: Tolbert has gotten the job done every chance he has toted the ball. Last week was no exception as he ran for over 100 yards and a score in place of the AGAIN hurt Ryan Matthews. Tolbert will continue getting goal line looks at the very least so that along makes him valuable to own.
Rob Gronkowski TE: The Patriots have made full use of their two rookie TE’s Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez and there is room for both to get a full day’s worth of stats. Gronkowski is the one likely to have more TD’s while Hernandez will catch more passes overall so take that into account when it comes to your league setup.
Week 12 DROPS:
Clinton Portis RB: As quickly as people picked him up when he returned from injury last week, it was just as quick when he got dropped after getting banged up again. Enough with him already. The party is over here.
Lance Moore WR: Moore got off to a great start to the season but he has been left behind the last month as Marques Colston and Robert Meachem have gotten most of Drew Brees’ attention. Again this is the problem with most of the Saints wideouts outside of Colston. On any given day these guys can either go off or go without a catch. Thats too inconsistent to depend on right now.
DeAngelo Williams RB: I still Williams on a lost of roster in fantasy football which I dont understand. He is out for the season folks. Holding onto him is not going to make you feel any better with wasting that first round draft pick.
Beanie Wells RB: Enough with this guy to as Wells has been a colossal bust this season. Tim Hightower is once again getting the majority of the carries so he is not worth holding onto collecting dust on yours and Arizona’s bench.