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This Week in Fantasy Football: 2014 NFL Week 10

Tuesday, November 4th, 2014
Mark Sanchez becomes a worthy pickup in fantasy football this week with Nick Foles sidelined. (Photo: Kevin Jairaj ā€” USA Today Sports)

Mark Sanchez becomes a worthy pickup in fantasy football this week with Nick Foles sidelined. (Photo: Kevin Jairaj ā€” USA Today Sports)

BBD Contributor: Doug Moore

Waiver-Wire Pickups

Mark Sanchez, QB, Philadelphia Eagles (Owned in 3% of Yahoo! Leagues): Yes folks, Iā€™m being serious. Mark Sanchez is now taking over in Philly for Nick Foles. And because of their offense being high-powered and fast paced, Sanchez is a must-own for Foles owners and anyone else who needs quarterback help. He will throw interceptions (two INTs on Sunday), but he should garner high passing yards (202 yards against the Houston Texans) and touchdowns (two TDs on Sunday).

Carson Palmer, QB, Arizona Cardinals (61% Y!): Palmer has led the Cardinals to the best record in the NFL and has no shortage of talented pass-catchers. With Michael Floyd, Larry Fitzgerald, Andre Ellington and others, Palmer is in good hands with the Arizona offense. With a strong arm and veteran experience to boot, Palmer keeps putting up great fantasy points (nine TDs to two INTs in four games) and should be owned by anyone who has a QB on bye this week and/or needs a QB.


Time to Build Momentum: Previewing Buffalo Bills vs. Cleveland Browns

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson will be an important player in Thursday’s game, but he faces a tough matchup with Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden. (Photo: Kevin Hoffman ā€” USA Today Sports)

BBD Staff Writer: Eric Samulski

The Buffalo Bills shocked much of the football world last week by controlling a game against the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens for a 23-20 victory. Although the Bills didn’t put away the game when they had chances to extend the lead in the fourth quarter, the young team held strong and achieved a win that will do wonders for the morale of an injury-laden squad.

The real test for how close the Bills are to becoming a contending team is to see if they can capitalize and seize some potential momentum Thursday versus the 2-2 Cleveland Browns. Although the Browns are 2-0 since trading Trent Richardson, they lack the type of offensive weapons to take over a game; they make their success on defense. In what is likely to be a close, potentially ugly football game, the Bills’ ability to keep their heads, avoid dumb penalties and force mistakes might be the difference between a winning record and going back to a losing one.


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