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Take this as a slight addendum to the previous slide.
You want to make changes. You don't want to make huge ones after one week.
As said previously, you shouldn't be dumping underwhelming studs based off of one week in a fire sale. What you should be doing is looking for value on the waiver wire to improve your bench.
I always check out fellow Bleacher Report writer and Footballguys staff writer/part-owner Sigmund Bloom's Upgrades, Downgrades and Waiver Wire Wonders article every Monday night (subscriber link).
If you aren't a subscriber to a place like Footballguys, there are plenty of places you can pick up some info on who is worth grabbing and who isn't. Bleacher Report, ESPN, CBS, Yahoo!—all have their experts, and their experts have lists.
Speaking of which, here are a few guys who should be on your radar—they're definitely on the minds of fellow GMs in your league:
Joique Bell, RB, Lions: Bell appears to be the second back in the Lions backfield over Mikel Leshoure, who wasn't even active for the game against the Vikings, according to the Detroit Free Press. Bell was targeted and got plenty of carries to work as a solid flex option.
Doug Baldwin, WR, Seahawks: With no Percy Harvin and Sidney Rice still returning from missing the preseason, Baldwin got more targets than anyone else on the team and caught seven of the eight targets thrown his way. Golden Tate was right there with him (seven targets to Baldwin's eight), but while Tate isn't on most waiver wires, Baldwin is.
Julian Edelman, WR, Patriots: With Danny Amendola most likely out, tight end Zach Sudfeld hurt and limited in practice and Rob Gronkowski still not ready to play according to the Boston Herald, Edelman seems like a great play against a suspect Jets secondary.
Jordan Cameron, TE, Browns: He is an athletic, powerful tight end who is a former basketball player and led the team in receiving last week against the Miami Dolphins. This is a guy who has a great matchup this week against the Baltimore Ravens team that Denver's Julius Thomas beat up in Week 1. The Ravens will go after Brandon Weeden hard, so Cameron should also see plenty of dump-offs.