Week 4 Add/Drop – Smelling Snelling for a Spot Start

Jason Snelling – surprisingly he was not as claimed last week as I thought he would be and he put up another solid performance in the absence of Stephen Jackson. If you’re looking for an RB spot start and you’re not in the <10% of leagues where Isaiah Pead is available, look no further. Ryan Broyles – with Nate Burleson breaking his arm trying to save a pizza, Broyles should be in for more looks. If you’re desperate for a WR, Broyles could provide some instant value. Don’t expect him to last very long though; he’s like the Chris Ivory of WRs, great when he can play but always injured.

Brandon Bolden – Anquan’s long lost brother had a solid game receiving out of the backfield for the Patriots last week against Tampa Bay. If Ridley’s struggles continue, Bolden could be a sneaky add this week.

Do not waste a claim on Santonio Holmes or Stephen Hill – there’s just no way Geno Smith has as prolific a passing day as he did last week the rest of the season. Of these 2, Holmes will definitely get more targets and Hill is more of a deep ball threat, but Hill still has some major holes in his game.

Week 3 Add/Drop – Iron Man James Starks?

James Starks – he’s likely only a 1 week play. Green Bay has their bye week next week so they will almost certainly rest Lacy for 2 weeks and get him back out there for week 5. The match up for Starks this week @ Cincinnati is not a great one so unless you’re desperate for a spot start this week then I wouldn’t waste a high waiver claim on him.

Eddie Royal – 5 TDs in 2 games is pretty compelling, but I am still a little hesitant to fully buy in. Royal has been around for a while and has had a few bursts of greatness to be followed up by consistent mediocrity. He’s worth a bench stash in all leagues and if he continues to look strong he can be started, but for now I would look to him only as a depth player.

Charles Clay – tight end has proved to be deep so far this year so you might not be in the market for one, but, if you’re in a deeper league and looking for a solid TE play, Clay looks like he has filled the role that the Dolphins expected Dustin Keller to fill.

Marlon Brown – Brown has 4 receptions and a TD in back to back weeks to start off the year. I think he’ll continue to be the #2 WR in Baltimore even after Jacoby Jones comes back. Torrey Smith will be the one to draw any double teams and Brown will continue to reap the benefits.

Jason Snelling – I don’t trust Snelling to be a consistent option while Steven Jackson is out, but I do expect him to get more carries than Jacquizz Rodgers. I don’t like either of the Falcons RBs but if you’re really desperate and in a deep league you could do worse.