@Murfdigid Difficult to know how accurate any of the numbers are Brother - from any source. Reports have a lot of Saturday money being wagered on Denver. Fairly certain the books will get close to the 50 / 50 they need to guarantee their juice profit.
A WR makes little to no sense for the bucs. They are bringing back Vincent Jackson and also have Kenny Bell, and Louis Murphy. The bucs seem to be really high on Bell. Vernon Hargreaves, Shaq Lawson, or Mackenzie Alexander all make much more sense. Tampa will probably go all defense in this draft, except maybe a guard in the 3rd round if Mankins retires.
Jerome Harrison, RB, Browns
Eric Mangina loves screwing fantasy owners. Perhaps it's because no one came to his birthday party. Still, it's hard to ignore Jerome Harrison's 286 rushing yards. That has to earn him the starting job, right? (That being said, I wouldn't be shocked if Chris Jennings starts next week.)
Maurice Morris, RB, Lions
Maurice Morris did a great job doing his best Kevin Smith impersonation, rushing for 126 yards and a touchdown on just 17 carries. He also caught five balls for 35 more yards. Morris will be Detroit's feature back the next two weeks.
2009 Fantasy Football Week 16: Ignore
Michael Bush, RB, Raiders
You can't trust any Raider at this point. Next week, Justin Fargas might get all of the carries again.
J.P. Foschi, TE, Bengals
J.P. Foschi just had seven catches for 82 yards. However, look at his yardage totals in the five games prior to this one: 14, 12, 11, 16 and 19.
Brian Hartline, WR, Dolphins
Two weeks ago it was Davone Bess. Last week it was Greg Camarillo. This time it was Brian Hartline. You can't trust any of these guys.
2009 Fantasy Football Week 16: Drop
Arian Foster, RB, Texans
Surprise, surprise. A Texans running back fumbled and was not heard from again. You can't trust Gary Kubiak. He hates fantasy football.