Fantasy Football: Stock Up, Stock Down Options Heading Into Week 4

September 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When you’re up, you’re up; when you’re down, you’re down.
And when you’re only halfway up, you’re neither up nor down.
Except, Mike Sims-Walker doesn’t know what it means to be halfway up. Through three weeks, his stock has gone from the basement to the attic and back again.
What does that mean in the grand scheme of things? Let’s take a look:
Stock down Mike Sims-Walker, JAX.
His double-digit receptions and triple-digit yardage from Week 2 are only a distant memory—a bad supporting cast will do that to you, especially a bad quarterback and David Garrard isn’t exactly Pro Bowl material right now. 
Will Sims-Walker have more impressive fantasy outings? Definitely.
Will they be consistent enough for you to use him with confidence? Not likely. Tread carefully…very carefully.
Brett Favre, MIN.
In Week 2, Favre had three interceptions and a fumble in the end zone that doomed ...

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