So Long, Suckers: Depth Chart Shakeup
Jim Zorn, facing a likely dismissal if his team dropped to 2-4, decided it was time for a change at QB, benching Jason Campbell in favor of Todd Collins. Well, the Redskins lost anyway, as your fantasy team likely did if you started Campbell as your QB1 (unless you were facing a Kerry Collins-led team, yeesh).
Luckily, you should have more options available to you than either Collins. Get rid of Campbell, owned in 58% of Fleaflicker leagues, as the Washington QB has likely flubbed his last chance to be an NFL starter.
Trent Edwards, QB, Bills
Even if he hadn't been injured in Sunday's game, it's still long past time to get him off your team. Owned in six out of ten Fleaflicker leagues, Edwards was a popular QB2 pick in August's drafts, thanks to the litany of weapons at his disposal. Well, a terrible offensive plan led to the Bills trading away their best lineman and building an offensive line where every single guy was out of position. Keep in mind that even if Edwards gets healthy and sees a rebound, he's still playing in the cold winter conditions of Buffalo during your fantasy playoffs.
LenDale White, RB, Titans
Many of you have already cut bait with White, but to the 57% of you still hanging on, you'd better be in some deep leagues. White hasn't seen many touches, as the Titans have struggled to get into the red zone. With the team 0-6 and struggling across the board, don't expect the offense to magically start finding scoring chances for White. There's plenty of other RB2s that offer some upside out on your wire, possibly even new RB1s like Laurence Maroney. White needs to hit your wire, if he's not there already.
Glen Coffee, RB, 49ers
I told you all you need to know last week, but this is your friendly reminder that the 36%-owned Coffee is headed back to being an RB2 for San Francisco. Cut bait for Maroney, Justin Fargas, or any number of RBs with upside.
Patrick Crayton, WR, Cowboys
As anticipated, Miles Austin has moved into the starting lineup over Crayton -- that had to be the easiest depth chart switch a coach has ever made. Aside from a huge Week 1 line (thanks in large part to a long TD), Crayton has been a complete fantasy bust and deserved to be cut weeks ago, but he's still owned in half of your leagues. This week that number should see a huge drop, something Crayton has become accustomed to.
Josh Morgan, WR, 49ers
Like Crayton, Morgan might have lost his starting spot over the bye week, as the 49ers have toyed with making Michael Crabtree a starter in his first NFL game. Morgan has played the good soldier for his team, but he's become worthless for yours. His 28% ownership rating deserves to fall to single-digits as a backup for the rush-centric 49ers.