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Shonn Greene - Greene was a forgotten man for a while, but he made his presence felt last week in St. Louis. Greene had 9 carries for 38 yards and a touchdown last week. The Titans coaches have stated they would like to get CJ 20 carries and Greene 15 in each game. If those numbers hold true, than Greene would be a viable flex option, but fantasy owners have to wonder what will happen to Greene's carries if the Titans fall behind in a game. The Titans still have to play the Colts twice and they have a game in Denver as well, and those matchups could be tricky for Greene owners. The Titans have a good defense though, and they should be able to keep all their remaining games close, except for their matchup in Denver. Greene is a player to monitor and one to add for some extra running back depth if the other waiver wire gems have been taken (Stacy, Ellington, James, and Brown).
Jay Cutler - Cutler is coming back sooner than expected from a groin injury, and now fantasy owners will be watching to see if he can get back to his old form. Cutler was having a great season before his injury, and he still has all the weapons that helped him succeed so far. All that fantasy owners want to know is if Cutler is back to 100%, and that is why his progress needs to be monitored. If Cutler is 100% healthy, he will finish the season as a top 10 fantasy QB.
Lance Moore - Moore is another forgotten man, and he has extra appeal this year because Marques Colston has completely fallen off the fantasy map. Moore has been a steady producer in the past, and now he is in position to take the title of the #1 WR in New Orleans. Jimmy Graham and Darren Sproles lead the Saints in targets, but Brees likes throwing to Moore. Moore had a solid game last week catching 6 balls for 70 yards. Moore is a player to watch, and he could be a very valuable asset down the stretch in ppr leagues.
Danny Amendola - Amendola has been a huge bust so far this season, but fantasy owners who drafted him knew he was an injury risk. Now that he is healthy and finally had a good game with Tom Brady, he is a player to watch. He is still a player that could be bought on the cheap, and if you believe he can stay healthy the rest of the season then Amendola is the best buy low candidate left on the market.
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