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Each week, we will run down the top waiver wire pickups with a focus on the coming week and rest of the season.
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22/28, 406 yards, 7 TDsFoles, a now record-tying NFL QB thanks to his seven
touchdown performance against the Oakland Raiders in Week 9, is owned by only a
quarter of teams. Thats a lot of needy teams that missed out on his 40+ point
performance. The former third-rounder has been impressive all year long in spot
duty for the injured Michael Vick and is all but guaranteed to be the Eagles
starter the rest of the year. Hes not going to throw seven touchdowns every week
but he could be a borderline QB1, something almost impossible to find on the
waiver wire this late in the season. EJ Manuel (at Pittsburgh)Last week:
InjuredManuel was given the green light to return to action with the Bills on
Monday and with that comes the green light to be picked up again by fantasy
teams. Prior to Manuels knee injury, the rookie was averaging 13 points per game
and, if his progression with a decent looking Bills offence continues throughout
the year, hes worth adding, especially if you need a bye week fill-in over the
next couple weeks. Case Keenum (at Cardinals)Last week: 20/34, 350 yards, 3
TDsKeenum was outstanding in his debut for the Texans and gave fans in Houston,
after too much of Matt Schaub in recent years, hope for the future. The young,
undrafted free agent doesnt appear to be afraid of taking chances and with a
premier receiver like Andre Johnson on the other end of his passes, that could
be a good thing. Keenum is a gunslinger and, while I wouldnt be surprised to see
his interception totals spike in coming weeks, he should be always be good for
healthy yardage totals. Jason Campbell (Bye)Last week: 23/35, 262 yards, 3
TDsAfter years of having nothing go right in Cleveland, nothing can seemingly go
wrong for the Browns this year. Its still likely not enough to get the Browns in
the playoffs, but their players can benefit fantasy teams with some big weeks.
Jason Campbell, the third quarterback to start a game for Cleveland, had a huge
game against the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens. The veteran
hurt his ribs in Week 9 but should be fine when the Browns return from their bye
week against the Cincinnati Bengals. If youve got room on your bench, Campbell
could be worth an add. Others: Kellen Clemons (at Colts), Christian Ponder (vs
Redskins) RUNNING BACKS Andre Brown (vs Raiders)Last week: InjuredBrown
confirmed on Monday that hell be returning from the IR designated to return to
make his season debut in Week 10, and with it the Giants hope their running back
nightmare of 2013 is over. While its unlikely Brown will be the solution to all
the Giants rushing problems, he could be for a needy fantasy team. Its hard to
tell how effective Brown will be but he should get the most touches out of New
Yorks backfield and that alone is worth a couple FAAB dollars. Donald Brown (vs
Rams)Last week: 6 carries, 49 yardsBrown is just the second most owned running
back in the Colts backfield (by a longshot behind Trent Richardson) but he
shouldnt be. Since Richardsons acquisition Brown has proven to be the more
effective back. While the two are likely looking at a timeshare in the backfield
the rest of the way, Brown is the third-down back, lending to more passing
opportunities. The former first-rounder was held to just six carries and 49
yards on Sunday Night but that was more because Indy was engaged in an aerial
battle with the Texans; his carries should increase in coming weeks. Rashad
Jennings (at Giants)Last week: 15 carries, 102 yards, 7 catches, 74 yards, 1
TDFor the second time this year, and seemingly millionth time in his career,
Darren McFadden left a game with an injury for the Raiders. Jennings stepped in
and stepped up, accumulating 176 total yards in Oaklands blowout loss to the
Eagles. If McFaddens injury keeps him out in Week 10, the Raiders will have no
problem feeding Jennings the rock against the Raiders. The former Jaguars backup
has been the teams best back even when McFadden is healthy. Ben Tate (at
Cardinals)Last week: 22 carries, 81 yardsThis suggestion is contingent on Arian
Fosters injury status for Week 10 but since we likely wont know that until
waiver bids are due, err on the side of caution and look to grab Tate. What we
do know is that if Tate gets the start for an injured Foster, hes done enough
over the past couple seasons to prove hes a decent RB2 if given a starters
workload. Others: Jonathan Stewart (at 49ers), Daniel Thomas (at Buccaneers)
WIDE RECEIVERS Riley Cooper (at Packers)Last week: 5 catches, 139 yards, 3
TDsAfter his early season controversy, it seems Cooper and the Eagles can
coexist. After weeks of putting up below average fantasy scores, Cooper exploded
in the Eagles rout of the Raiders. Cooper wont score three TDs every week but if
the chemistry he appeared to have with likely new full-time starter Nick Foles
continues to manifest, hell be an intriguing WR3/flex option in Philadelphia.
Marlon Brown (vs Bengals)Last week: 5 catches, 54 yards, 2 TDsThe undrafted free
agent had a big Week 9 against the Browns, and looks to be working his way
towards more targets in the Ravens offence. Brown is nothing more than a bye
week fill-in at the moment – through nine weeks hes averaging only about five
points per week but his nine Week 9 targets were a team high, suggesting Joe
Flacco could look to the young receiver more in the second half of the season.
Others: Kris Durham (at Bears), Nate Washington (vs Jaguars) TIGHT ENDS Tim
Wright (vs Dolphins)Last week: 4 catches, 58 yards, 1 TDWright could be an
interesting add at the tight end position. The undrafted free agent is averaging
six targets in his six games this season and while that has translated to just
an average of 32 yards per game, if he can find the end zone on a more
consistent basis – like he did last week in the Bucs near upset of the Seahawks
– hes worth a flyer. Wright could have some chemistry with Tampas rookie QB Mike
Glennon which would certainly help his fantasy stock. Others: Zach Miller (at
Falcons), Coby Fleener (vs Rams)
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the Raiders Monday night. Manning completed 32-of-37 passes and had a passer
rating of 135.
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. For the Bombers it has been a combination of things coming together at the
most inappropriate moments in time. Quarterback, injuries, Canadian talent or
depth and leadership are all issues. Trust me when I say being a Bomber is no
fun right now in a city that embraces football the way Winnipeg does. While Buck
Pierce will be getting another shot, I think Max Hall does deserve another
opportunity.CHICAGO - The Blue Jays are into the final week of the 2013 season,
a year thats seen more downs than ups for the starting rotation. The man tasked
with running the entire pitching staff, Pete Walker, sat down with TSN.ca before
Mondays game against the White Sox to reflect on his first season as pitching
coach, more deeply discuss his role and offer thoughts on the make up of the
2014 rotation. Walkers future, like many on the Blue Jays coaching staff, is
uncertain for next season and while he hasnt been told whether hell be back, its
reasonable to expect Walker will return. Below is a transcript of the
conversation. Or you can listen to the conversation here. TSN.ca: Pete, were
into the final week of the season now so I think we can do some reflecting and
its been a trying one for the team in general. For your pitching staff,
specifically the starters, how would you characterize their season as a whole?
WALKER: It was disappointing. I think, looking back and to where we are now but
I think theres been some growth in some guys who are key guys for the next
couple of years here and that would be R.A. and Mark Buehrle. A tale of two
halves so to speak. You know, R.A. obviously had a struggle early on, regrouped
and made some adjustments. We worked hard in those bullpen sessions to make some
adjustments and I really think he has, so hes grown as a pitcher. Last year he
pretty much relied on that hard knuckleball consistently and had to make some
adjustments this year kind of changing speeds and also some adjustments in his
delivery, some things that he was tipping early on. I think hes grown as a
pitcher. Obviously its not an ideal situation to go through the year that he did
but I think hes finished up strong. The same with Mark. You cant say enough
about the last three or four months. It was just those first two months that
really hurt us this year, put us in a hole but the two of them together did a
nice job. Obviously there were some other issues with Josh and Brandon.
Disappointing the way it worked out, obviously we expected a lot more; a lot
more innings and a lot more quality innings from those guys but Redmond and
Rogers stepped in, kind of unsung heroes so to speak, keeping this staff
together, because I dont know what would have happened without those two guys.
TSN.ca: The nature of injuries is such a weird thing. I dont know if theres
blame to be assigned but if a guys arm is going to go, like Joshs triceps did
for a period of time or Brandons forearm, is it just going to go or looking back
are there some preventative things you guys could have done to maybe change the
result of those? WALKER: You know what, I think we were very cautious in a lot
of ways with a lot of our pitchers and I think its kind of been the history.
When you look at the innings in spring training and you look at what we did with
them as far as Josh and even Mark and even R.A., basically we did our research
on other teams that they played for and what theyve done in the past as well
because it is a new organization for them. There are times when we took some
time in between starts, maybe didnt throw as many pitches on the side, so on and
so forth. Its a long season, there are always injuries over the course of a long
season and obviously the injuries to our staff hurt this year and for guys we
were really counting on to be horses in that rotation it just didnt work out.
Looking back, I think we handled those guys the best we could and sometimes
injuries do happen in this game and proved to be costly in Joshs case. TSN.ca:
John Gibbons is a guy whos taken a lot of fire from the fan base. Sometimes I
wonder if we overestimate the effect of Twitter but certainly his name has come
up a lot on Twitter. Your name comes up because of the type of season the
starting rotation had. What effect does a pitching coach or should a pitching
coach have on a staff. Ultimately, I guess what Im asking is to what degree does
the responsibility fall on your shoulders? WALKER: As a pitching coach its
something that you think about because you see the way the seasons going. Its
frustrating because you expect more. As far as some the injuries, there are
certain things you cant control thats for sure. The results werent good early on
but you know, I come to the ballpark everyday, prepare myself and prepare my
guys as best I can, Im sure thats the same with the other coaches. Its just a
situation where as long as youre doing your job at the field, youre working your
tail off everyday and you communicate well with your pitchers, you just hope
over the course of the season theres some growth and guys get better. I guess I
look at the positives as well. There are some negatives with the starting staff
but the bullpen certainly did a nice job. Some of the relievers had super years.
I liked to see Rogers step into the rotation. He did a fantastic job. Theres a
lot of hard work that went into that as well. The same with Todd Redmond. We had
a lot of mix and match guys in between, you know guys that were here for a short
period of time but are not here now. There are certain guys, youre certainly
proud of the way theyve pitched this year and that would be Rogers and Redmond
and obviously the way Buehrle and Dickey came back. Its nice to see J.A. Happ
back on the mound after what he went through and hopefully he finishes up with a
couple of good starts here. Certainly, as the pitching coach, there have been a
lot of sleepless nights and I take it hard. I want to come here and win and my
expectations are to win here in Toronto with a great staff and with the people
weve put together. I still think that can happen and I think that will happen.
Next year, hopefully were back here and we make a few additions to the staff and
we put ourselves in a better position to win games and looking forward to that
opportunity. TSN.ca: I have no doubt that youre hoppeful, you just said it, but
how confident are you that you will get another opportunity? WALKER: Not really.
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year to year. As a player Ive been through it. Now, as a coach, were going
through it. You come to the park everyday, you give it everything you can, you
put your head on that pillow at night and you sleep well. Thats the way I go
about my business. Everybody thats had family issues, sickness in the family,
its adversity and you deal with it. Its adversity and obviously this is
baseball, not life, its not life and death and so its something that I come and
work my tail off when Im here and at the end of the day I feel good about it.
TSN.ca: Pete, what is the, maybe likelihood isnt the right way to ask the
question but with Ricky Romero, how close is he to re-finding whatever it was
that he lost and should he be considered for a spot in next years rotation or
will next spring dictate a lot of that? WALKER: Yeah, I think next spring will
dictate a lot of that. Hes worked his tail off. Obviously, hes made some
adjustments this year and hes been through a tough time himself, theres no doubt
about it. I tell you what, that guy is a quality guy and a quality worker and
hes been through as much adversity as anybody Ive seen. Hes dealing with it, he
comes to the field everyday ready to work with his chin up in the air and I
think if anybody can get through this its him. I think next year, coming into
spring training, hes going to work his tail off this winter. There are a couple
of more things wed like to do this winter with the delivery but I think hes in a
good place right now. I think hes in a better place than he was obviously in
spring training and I think hes going to be looking forward to next season. Hes
going to work his tail off this winter and come in and compete for a spot in
spring training. TSN.ca: Dealing with him and I know Bob Stanleys had an impact
on him down at Buffalo as well, wheres the balance between nurturing him,
keeping him confident or trying to rebuild some of that confidence, tweaking the
delivery but at the same time not filling his head with too much stuff? WALKER:
Theres no doubt theres a fine line and right now I think its as simple as it
could possibly be. Hes trying to just keep that arm moving and attack the strike
zone. The deliverys pretty good right now. I know he was talking about going
back to his old delivery but to be honest with you hes made some pretty good
adjustments from where he was. I think there are a lot of good things in what
hes doing right now, just trying to get him with a simple approach, attacking
the strike zone and trusting his stuff again. He certainly has the ability to
get major league hitters out, he knows that, wed just love to see it on a
consistent basis but I think hes in a good place as far as his approach, his
delivery and now its just a matter of maybe coming into next spring training
with a good frame of mind, a positive attitude and I think hell do that. TSN.ca:
Now I know they havent had a lot of work, some of them arent here but the Kyle
Drabeks of the world or Drew Hutchison, who was not a September call up, Marcus
Stroman, I could go on, Sean Nolin, some of them are in Arizona and all that,
what is the likelihood or possibility of any of those names cracking the
pitching staff in some regard for 2014? WALKER: Yeah, its been discussed, theres
no doubt. Theres not a lock on five spots so there are some openings there and
its interesting to see how some of these guys perform down the stretch here.
Redmond and Rogers and obviously Happ is in the equation there. Youve got R.A.
and Buehrle but those young guys, Drabeks arm, Hutchison coming off Tommy John
as well, youve got some young guys, Stroman and Nolin, obviously wed love to
have those guys in Triple-A, starting and call them up as needed but Im sure
theyre going to come into spring training ready to go with an opportunity to
stake their claim on a spot in the rotation. TSN.ca: Pete, the hype was very
high before the season started and obviously the team didnt live up to it. You
guys just came from Fenway Park. The Red Sox won 69 games last year. Theyre
going to win somewhere close to 100 and win the division this year. When you
watch a team like that from across the field, does that give you optimism for
next season that it is possible for a wild turnaround and that maybe guys in the
clubhouse, not just the staff in general but guys in the clubhouse in general,
learned a few things from the losing? WALKER: I dont know if I necessarily
learned it from that this weekend over there but I really think we know what we
have in that clubhouse and with a couple of tweaks here and there certainly its
possible. You look at the way we started the year at 10-21 or whatever it was in
that area and pretty close to .500 baseball since with a lot of fill ins. You
just get off to that good start. Its tough to dig yourself out of a hole
sometimes. You can say you can do it but you get off to a slow start like that
it does take a lot of time and effort to get back into the race. It didnt work
out this year. Obviously we want to get off to a good start and carry it through
and get that momentum going through the course of the season. I think thats what
Boston did and all of a sudden you start really believing once youre at that
halfway point and youre playing good baseball. I think its a matter of that to
be honest with you. Staying healthy, getting off to a nice start and certainly
we have some people here that can pitch into the post-season and thats what were
banking on. I certainly think its possible here. We saw it in Boston, obviously
coming off of last season and I certainly think we can do the same thing.
TSN.ca: Thanks so much for this, Pete, and all the best going forward. WALKER:
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