Each week our Fantasy Football experts will give Fantasy owners their top choices for players to pick up for all leagues, as well as some players to consider in deeper leagues. If you have any Fantasy Football questions for our experts feel free to post them in post them in our Fantasy Sports Forum.

Must Adds in All Leagues

Rock Cartwright Redskins | RB

With Clinton Portis already ruled out for Week 12 and Ladell Betts done for the season, Cartwright is going to see a much heavier workload for the Skins. In Week 11 Cartwright proved he could be a featured back totaling 140 total yards on 20 touches. Cartwright is a must add, especially in PPR leagues. (about 30% owned)

Mike Bell Saints | RB

Bell could get more carries going down the stretch, since the Saints are going to have their playoff spot locked up. They are going to want to keep Pierre Thomas and Reggie Bush fresh, which could make Bell a decent spot start some weeks. (about 65% owned)

Donald Brown Colts | RB

Brown is in the same boat as Mike Bell, and he could see an increased workload going down the stretch. Pick him up now and stash him on your bench and see how many carries he gets. (about 40% owned)


Anthony Gonzalez Colts | WR

There is a chance that Gonzalez comes back this week, but even if he doesn’t it is time to add him. He will be ready for the fantasy playoffs and could give you some great value. (about 35% owned)

Kevin Boss Giants | TE

With 4 TD’s in the last 3 weeks, Boss is proving to be a great redzone threat for the Giants. If you are looking for a TE, give Boss a look. (about 45% owned)

Must Add in Deeper Leagues:

Robert Meachem Saints | WR

He isn’t going to catch a lot of passes, but he loves to catch TD’s. He is going to be inconsistent, but he does have a lot of blow up potential. (about 50% owned)

Mohamed Massaquoi Browns | WR

The Browns rookie WR had another good game on Sunday, but we still don’t think he is going to be consistent. Massaquoi is going to be the Browns best fantasy receiver, so if they get their offense clicking he could be a big pickup. (about 10% owned)

Atlanta Defense

Going up against Tampa Bay and their rookie QB this week, the Atlanta D should be able to force a few turnovers. Tampa Bay has been playing a little better lately, but we still think Atlanta’s defense is a decent play this week. (about 40% owned)

Ladarius Webb Ravens | CB

Fabian Washington is out and Webb is going to be the new starting CB for the Ravens. This should mean more tackles for Webb and when you couple that with his return yards, we really like his blow up potential. (about 15% owned)

Seattle Defense

Marc Bulger is out for a few weeks which means the Seattle D will be facing Kyle Boller. They are still going to have to stop Steven Jackson, but they should be able to stack 8 in the box for most of the game. (about 30% owned)

Kenny Britt Titans | WR

Britt has been a nice surprise this year and he had another good game on Monday night. His value will take a hit once Justin Gage comes back, but he is worth keeping an eye on. (about 15% owned)

David Hawthorne Seahawks | LB

Hawthorne has been playing great lately, averaging nearly 11 total tackles in his past 4 games. If he is available you need to get him now. (about 20% owned)

Chris Jennings Browns | RB

With Jamaal Lewis already announcing his retirement after the season, the Browns will be looking to give the young guys some touches. This should benefit Jennings the most and it makes him an interesting pickup. He could be the number one RB for the Browns by the time the fantasy playoffs come around. (about 5% owned)

Players to Keep an Eye on:

Chansi Stuckey Browns | WR

Stuckey is getting more involved in the Browns offense and is worth keeping an eye on moving forward. (about 5% owned)

Danny Ware Giants | RB

Ahmad Bradshaw is out and Brandon Jacobs is banged up, which means more touches for Ware. We don’t think he has much value unless the other RB’s are hurt, but that is looking like a decent possibility. (about 5% owned)