Week 7 2009 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups

Lawrence Maroney, Patriots -Has shown signs of life even before yesterday; Sammy Morris is always getting hurt and hurt badly so don't be surprised if he isn't back any time soon.

BenJarvis Green-Ellis, Patriots - His action was in garbage time but still stock rises if Morris is out as he climbs the depth chart and Maroney himself is prone to getting nicked up.

Jacoby Jones, Texans - FF owners pay attention to Walter but it's been Jacoby who's been scoring, though not getting tons of targets in a prolific Texas passing game.

James Jones, Packers - Maybe back on the radar in GB; GB has a very pass friendly schedule upcoming but I'd keep him on a watch list rather than pick him up unless really hurting at WR.

Jermichael Finley, Packers - Got scooped up in a lot of leagues for week 6 because of byes and match up but if not and your TE is not doing too hot, worth a look.

Justin Fargas, Raiders - Surpassing M. Bush last couple of weeks; still hard to want to invest in a Raider but if injuries and byes are hitting you hard, could be helpful.

Leon Washington, Jets - Hit the WW in many because of bye week roster crunches and lackluster numbers; had a strong day yesterday and has a favorable schedule.

Felix Jones, Cowboys - See above, though probably a bit less likely to be on the WW and less the favorable upcoming schedule part.

Anthony Gonzalez, Colts - Probably a bit too soon to grab unless your in a very aggressive league or in a very large league with a barren wire.

Ted Ginn, Jr., Dolphins - Also probably hit the wire in droves due to the very limited targets just prior to week 5 but with Henne's arm could be worth rostering.

Mike Bell, Saints - May have lingered on the wire again because of injury, uncertain role, and bye week roster issues but seems to have at a role in N.O.

Correl Buckhalter, Broncos - May have hit the WW because of his injury and bye week crunches.

Michael Crabtree, 49ers - I don't think he's worth rostering yet but if you have the space for a flier ...

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