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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. QUARTERBACKS Jason Campbell (at Bengals)Last week: ByeThe Browns enjoyed their bye last week so if youre lucky other QB-needy fantasy owners may have forgotten his rather impressive Week 9. Against the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens Campbell threw for 262 yards and three touchdowns. His injured ribs should be fully healed for the Browns road game in Cincinnati. Ryan Fitzpatrick (vs Colts)Last week: 22/33, 264 yards, 2 TDsFitzpatrick finished with a strong stat line in Week 10 replacing the injured Jake Locker and playing catch up against the no longer winless Jacksonville Jaguars. The Titans are a hard team to figure out, but one constant in Tennessee this year has been the strong fantasy numbers their QBs are putting up. Lockers injury appears to be a season-ender so owners could be getting six good weeks from Fitzpatrick. Josh McCown (vs Ravens)Last week: 6/9, 62 yards, 1 TDJay Cutler was lost again to a groin injury in Week 10 and yet there wasnt panic in Chicago. Thats a testament to McCowns play filling in this year. Cutler has been labeled as “week-to-week” which translates to at least a couple weeks so owners could get a couple starts out of McCown. The veteran is averaging more than a touchdown and nearly 200 yards per appearance this season. Scott Tolzien (at Giants)Last week: 24/39, 280 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTsTolziens decent numbers are made more impressive when you consider they were done in three quarters of action, and even more impressive when you consider the Packers current state of receivers. The Seneca Wallace era lasted only a quarter as Tolzien, fresh from the practice roster, looks to be the Packers QB until Aaron Rodgers returns from injury. Others: Christian Ponder (at Seahawks), Kellen Clemens (Bye) RUNNING BACKS Andre Brown (vs Packers)Last week: 30 carries, 115 yards, 1 TDBrown shot out of the gate in his first game of the season with a higher workload than he expected, and a much higher point total than many fantasy owners expected. The latest in a long line of starting RBs for the Giants, Brown was the sixth-highest scoring back in his 2013 debut. Those numbers shouldnt last all season long but Brown looks like he could be the Giants answer at tailback (finally!) and is worth at least an RB2 spot. Rashad Jennings (at Texans)Last week: 20 carries, 88 yards, 2 catches, 19 yardsJennings was inches away on two separate occasions from having a monster game against the Giants in Week 10. As it stood the backup still managed a very serviceable 10+ points on the day. Jennings looked good running the ball and if he cashes in his goal line opportunities in the future, he would certainly be worth an RB2 spot. Expectations should be tempered however, as Oaklands offence has regressed lately leading to fewer scoring opportunities. Until Darren McFadden returns from injury (and maybe even after that) Jennings should be provided enough opportunities to warrant a start. Brian Leonard (vs Falcons)Last week: 20 carries, 57 yards, 2 catches, 16 yardsNext man up. Brian Leonard doesnt have the talent of Mike James, and certainly not of Doug Martin, but hell be given first crack at replacing them in the Buccaneers backfield. His 57 yards on 20 carries against the Dolphins Monday night was far from inspiring but if youre desperate at the position, the former second-rounder offers you a starters workload, at least for now. Others: Rashard Mendenhall (at Jaguars) WIDE RECEIVERS Nate Burleson (at Steelers)Last week: InjuredBurleson, who has been practicing with the Lions lately, should return from probably the coolest injury story ever for Detriots Week 11 matchup against the Steelers. Burleson played three games this season, averaging 80 yards receiving, before crashing his car reaching for some dropped morning pizza. The 32-year-old should return to his starting spot opposite Calvin Johnson and see similar numbers to those he was putting up early in the season. If the veteran can find the end zone, hell be well worth the pickup. Kendall Wright (vs Colts)Last week: 7 catches, 78 yardsWright is owned by slightly more than half the fantasy leagues so it may be too late to grab him but if hes still available hes worth a grab. The sophomore receiver has emerged as the Titans go-to pass catcher, regardless of whos behind centre, and led the team in receptions and targets in Week 10 against the Jaguars. Wright has just one touchdown on the season however, scored way back in Week 2, so hell need to improve in the red zone to secure WR2 status. Riley Cooper (vs Redskins)Last week: 3 catches, 102 yards, 2 TDsCooper had his second straight big week, lending credit to the idea that his monstrous Week 9 – like QB Nick Foles – wasnt just a fluke. Cooper appears to have some chemistry with Foles although his targets per game are still on the low side. The speedy fourth-year receiver is a playmaker however, and seems to do a lot with his opportunities, no matter how limited. Others: Tavon Austin (Bye), Marlon Brown (at Bears), Brandon LaFell (vs Patriots), Ted Ginn Jr. (vs Patriots) TIGHT ENDS John Carlson (at Seahawks)Last week: 7 catches, 98 yards, 1 TDRemember him? Carlson came out of nowhere starting for an injured Kyle Rudolph to put up a surprisingly strong fantasy line in an even more surprisingly good Thursday Nighter. Carlsons 100-yard, one touchdown performance will almost certainly not be repeated but the veteran led Minnesota in targets Thursday night, meaning he should have ample opportunity to put up some points for owners in need of a tight end. Delanie Walker (vs Colts)Last week: 4 catches, 62 yards, 1 TDWalker has been a mainstay in the “Others” section of this article all year long nut after his best week of the year, graduates to a write-up for Week 11. Youd have to be desperate to grab Walker but should you need him, hell give you a fairly consistent five points or so. Its when, and only when, he reaches the end zone that hes worth a start. Brandon Bostick (at Giants)Last week: 3 catches, 42 yards, 1 TDWorking with a second-string and then third-string QB, Bostick put up his first strong fantasy line since replacing the injured JerMichael Finley. Bostick will have to find the end zone to be worth a start and thats certainly no guarantee in the Scott Tolzien-led Packers offence. His prospects may spike a little when Rodgers returns behind centre but until know hes for desperate fantasy owners only. Others: Heath Miller (vs Lions), Scott Chandler (vs Jets), Zach Ertz (vs Redskins) Dan Majerle Suns Jersey .35 million, avoiding arbitration. Davis led the majors last season with 53 home runs and 138 RBIs, both career highs. He earned $3. Devin Booker Suns Jersey . "Back in 2011, when they announced that the game was coming here, we knew that it was going to be pretty important that we had a good year and hopefully could get into it, let alone win it, so I felt some pressure obviously within for sure," Taman said Monday, less than 24 hours after the Riders won the championship. . - Pittsburgh Steelers president Art Rooney II says the NFL has told the team it will not be docked a pick in this years draft for coach Mike Tomlins foray onto the field against Baltimore last November. George King Jersey . On Sunday, hell attempt to become the youngest driver to win a NASCAR Nationwide race on Iowas short track. The 20-year-old Blaney wont be the only kid pushing a podium finish. Elie Okobo Jersey . -- Clayton Kershaw and Hyun-Jin Ryu will be the Dodgers starting pitchers in their two-game season-opening series in Australia against the Arizona Diamondbacks.Anthony Martial and Raheem Sterling have lots in common. Both are only just into their twenties, are in their first seasons at Manchester United and City respectively and both were the subject of hotly-debated transfers, albeit for very different reasons.Both have hardly spoken to the media at all, certainly not at any length, so with derby day approaching it seemed like a good idea to spend the day in Manchester and catch up with two of the brightest young talents in the Premier League. It was a slightly inauspicious start when I arrived early at Manchester Uniteds Carrington training complex in a bright blue taxi, in this week of all weeks. Sterling moved to Manchester City from Liverpool in the summer The first thing that strikes you about Martial when he walk into a room is his sheer physical size. He really is a big old unit. Smiling and polite, he makes a point of shaking hands with everybody in the room.A translator is required for the interview but he understands a lot of English already, far more than he can speak. I make a bit of effort in my schoolboy French but end up sounding like Steve McClaren auditioning for Ello Ello! Once the chat got underway his personality came to the fore. Charming and bright yet studious and sincere is how I would sum him up. Its clear the incredible position he has reached in his football career so far is no accident - but the result of talent, dedication and a steely-eyed determination. Charming and bright yet studious and sincere is how I would sum him up Shreeves on Martial Wise beyond his tender years, he learnt from his astonishing £5m move from Lyon to Monaco aged just 16, so has been able to take the seven-fold increase in his price tag into his stride as easily as he would a pass through on goal.He has very clear career objectives, which he is focused on 100 per cent.He also had a nice line in humour and a ready smile. His level-headedness is as obvious as it is impressive. I couldnt quite work out if he is a man in a boys body or a boy in a mans body. Maybe a bit of both. Interview over, and it was time to head 10 miles across town to Manchester City, where a very different interview lay ahead.Guarded, wary, suspicious and to date deliberately media shy, Sterling was shaping up to be the polar opposite of the young man I had just spent time with. Shreeves is picked up in a blue taxi for the interviews Ever since his acrimonious move from Liverpool he has been viciously vilified on social media and in his eyes he has been labelled as the perfect example of everything that is wrong with football: Greedy, disloyal and uncaring.ddddddddddddAny time he did try to engage publicly with his opinion it just rebounded on him. So he just withdrew. Not in a sulk or complaining fashion, more of a I cant win whatever I say, so why say anything? But hes now come through all of that. And some. Today was a day off but he came in because he wanted to do the interview. He wanted to re-engage with football fans. He knows there will always be haters but he can deal with that. Uniteds form has been inconsistent, but Martial still looks a top class signing He wanted to talk football and that is exactly what he did for half an hour. Brutally honest, insightful and with a wicked line in self-depreciation his interview will suprise many people.He knows there is a preconception of him which is far from flattering. He doesnt complain about that one jot but he would like people to see the real him and then make up their mind. He is certainly on no media charm offensive, hes just looking for a bit of objectivity and fairness.There are too many highlights from the interview itself to mention but him talking about his mum and calling her Jose Mourinho had me in stitches... He knows there is a preconception of him which is far from flattering. He doesnt complain about that one jot but he would like people to see the real him and then make up their mind Shreeves on Sterling So it was a highly insightful day in sunny (genuinely!) Manchester, and I for one came away with a real insight and understanding of these fortunate young mens lives.If you catch the interviews I hope you feel the same.Watch Geoff Shreeves interview with Raheem Sterling on Sky Sports News HQ on Friday, and with Anthony Martial on Saturday or see them here on Then dont miss Manchester City v Manchester United live on Super Sunday on Sky Sports 1 from 3.30pm. Also See: Law: United need Rooney back Martin Tylers stats Rooney targets early April Man Utd news ' ' '

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