The NFL Trade Deadline is fast approaching and the talk of the NFL is the Minnesota Vikings being able to acquire WR Randy Moss from the New England Patriots for a third round pick.
It seems like Vikings QB Brett Favre has wanted to play with Moss as long as he has been thinking about retiring since his last days as a Packer. The possibilities for the Vikings offense could be frightening for the other 31 NFL teams.
The other big move was the Buffalo Bills sending RB Marshawn Lynch to the Seattle Seahawks for two draft picks. That move is expected to bolster an offense that is struggling to run the ball and clears a crowded backfield for the Bills while giving them additional draft picks to rebuild the team. The Seahawks have a bye this week, so that gives the Hawks two weeks to catch him up to speed with their offense.
Here are the start and sit moves that I recommend this week.
Start of the Week:
St Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford – The St. Louis rookie is having a fantastic season. Through six games he has 92 completions in 158 attempts for 944 yards, six touchdown passes, six interceptions and a QB rating of 72.3. This week he faces the terrible Detroit Lions defense. The Lions have given up the 29th most points to fantasy quarterbacks and have allowed eight touchdown passes, which trails the New England Patriots and Jacksonville Jaguars with nine. Look for Bradford to have a big game this week. He is an excellent start for people that have injury concerns with Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler, Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick or have New England Patriots QB Tom Brady on bye...