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Adrian Peterson (Vikes) - The Bucs have allowed 101 yards per game on the season and Peterson is only getting healthier as the season progresses.
Victor Cruz (Giants) - Cruz has a touchdown reception in 4 straight games and is a monster in PPR leagues. Eli Manning will take advantage of Sean Lee's absence in the middle.
Aaron Rodgers (Packers) - Favorable match up against the 29th ranked defense in the NFL and the last placed offense. This means a lot of possessions for Rodgers and the pass happy Packers offense.
Reggie Bush (Dolphins) - This weeks war of words with Rex Ryan will provide him some extra motivation. The Jets 29th ranked rushing defense and Bart Scott's injury also helps Bush's chances of a break out game.
Chris Johnson (Titans) - I'm on the bandwagon. CJ2K is returning to form and playing Indy's defense will only boost his statistics. The offensive line is beginning to gel and a veteran QB like Matt Hasselbeck keeps defenses honest.
Trent Richardson (Browns) - Despite all of the hype around Richardson the Browns average only 79 yards, which is 30th in the league.
Matthew Stafford (Lions) - Stafford looked lost against the Bears defense last week and now he faces a Seahawks defense that has already shut down Rodgers and Brady.
Dwayne Bowe (Chiefs) - Bowe remains amongst the most talented receivers in the NFL but his quarterback for the near future is Brady Quinn. The same Brady Quinn that was beat for a starting job last season by Tim Tebow... Enough said.
Santana Moss (Skins)- Moss had two touchdowns in the win against the Giants but this isn't the beginning of a trend. Moss is too inconsistent to be a starter in leagues smaller than 16 teams.
Sleepers on Waiver:
Josh Gordon (Browns) - Gordon is one of the best young receivers in the NFL. He is definetly the best rookie receiver and should be snagged immediately in all leagues.
Rashad Jennings (Jags) -MJD will be out several weeks and Jennings was one of the biggest sleepers heading into the season when Jones-Drew held out. Also injury concerns with the QB Gabbert will lead to conservative play calling.
Josh Freeman (Bucs) - Freeman has totaled 750 yards and 7 touchdowns in the last two games. He is a valuable pick up in two QB leagues and for teams with byes in the coming weeks.
Jared Cook (Titans) - Cook has been the best kept secret in the NFL this season. I dare to say that he's been underutilized so far by the Titans and as Chris Johnson becomes more of a threat, Cook becomes a bigger target on play action passes over the middle.