Mark Ingram, RB, Saints
Mark Ingram rushed for 90 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries. The Saints may attempt to get him going in these final couple of weeks.
Russell Wilson, QB, Seahawks
Add Russell Wilson if he's somehow available (someone may have dropped him after Week 14). He'll be tough to play against the 49ers, but he's not a bad option because of his rushing potential.
2012 Fantasy Football Week 16: Buy Low
None with fantasy football trade deadlines expired.
2012 Fantasy Football Week 16: Ignore
Leonard Hankerson, WR, Redskins
Leonard Hankerson caught two touchdowns, but he had just two receptions.
2012 Fantasy Football Week 16: Drop
Joique Bell, RB, Lions
Joique Bell had just seven carries compared to Mikel Leshoure's 14. So much for using him more.
Dwayne Bowe, WR, Chiefs
Dwayne Bowe was just placed on injured reserve.
Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Cardinals
You're not going to use Larry Fitzgerald against the Bears or 49ers, so you can cut him if you need the roster space.
Ryan Mathews, RB, Chargers
Ryan Mathews is out for the year with a broken collarbone.
It's a little strange how there are so many mocks with varying opinions of Derek Barnett where some have him as a top 10 pick, others falling outside, others have him sliding to the 20's and yet he was graded almost the same as Myles Garrett and everyone has Garrett going Top 3. I personally have Barnett as the best EDGE in the draft, and can see the case being made for either of them being Top 3 selections in my opinion. I can see Cleveland trading out of the spot again. Just strange how the opinions of Barnett vary with no solid reason as to why except "he may not produce at an NFL level the way he did in college" which is a weak argument cause I mean... isn't that true with every prospect? Has Jadeveon Clowney produced like he has in college? Nothing is a sure thing...