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Topic: Looking for WR depth
 KJ_125371
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Post Date: 10/12/10 23:26
Looking for some sleeper options with some potential. What do you guys think about Michael Jenkins returning from his shoulder injury?
Also who, if anyone, do you guys think will fill the void of Mark Claytons injury? 
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Post Date: 10/12/10 23:46
Go get Dion Branch if you can he and Brady had one heck of a rapport 4 years ago. Jenkins has never been much and would comment better if you listed others avail on your waiver wire
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Post Date: 10/13/10 06:12
I don't think we have seen who is going to step up and fill the void in STL yet. Mardy Gilyard and Brandon Gibson or Laurent Robinson who returned in Week 5 from injury. He is talented, but the knock on him is he cannot stay healthy.

With Roddy White drawing double teams there is the potential for Michael Jenkins to get some one on one coverage. His return should also help Matt Ryan.
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Post Date: 10/13/10 06:53
I would assume that Laurent will be the one who knows the offense te best and would step up but TBH is right we have to wait and see hard to do in fantasy football when you need bodies however.

As we enter into arguably the middle of the fantasy season (most leagues are 12-14 games regular season) I start looking for consistency and towards the later part you'll see me start to ask allot of what's your record and risk/reward questions.

So at this point I would agree that Jenkins is a good play and I also agree with Jeff that Branch is someone who should be picked up BUT this ain't for years ago and he ain't the player he was...not by a far cry so he'll be solid...not flashy...good guy to have for a playoff push especially if you are ppr
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