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Hernandez has been injured for the majority of the season and you should be able to find a fantasy football owner who has gotten fed up with him.
With Hernandez's ankle injury still lingering, his trade value is no where near as high as it was in 2011. If you could pull off a trade for him now, your roster would immediately improve. His health is iffy, but Hernandez should be good to go for the rest of the season and will put up top-five tight end fantasy numbers.
With no Maurice Jones-Drew around, Jennings has become a top-20 fantasy running back. His stats may not blow you away, but Jennings has quietly been getting the job done for fantasy owners the past two weeks. In his last two starts, Jennings has recorded 217 total yards, 13 receptions and a touchdown.
Anytime you can get a running back that touches the ball at least 20 times and can get you over 100 total yards per game, you have to acquire him.
When Amendola went down with a serious shoulder injury in Week 5, many fantasy football owners dropped him and thought his season was done for.
Not so fast though. It looks like that Amendola's recovery is ahead of schedule and he should be back for Week 10. Before the injury, Amendola was one of the best PPR receivers in the league. Despite his Week 5 injury, Amendola still had 49 targets, which was one of the top in the league.
He is by far Sam Bradford's favorite wide receiver and will immediately become the top playmaker in the St. Louis Rams offense. If Amendola isn't in your league's waiver wire, it should not take much to acquire him through trade.