James Starks, Packers -– Just doesn’t score touchdowns. Only 1 total touchdown in the 2011 regular season thus far, improving on the 0 he had in last season’s regular season. Meanwhile, fellow backfield mate, John Kuhn, has 4 total touchdowns. You can find a consistent 5-6 point running back on the waiver wire now, where James Starks should be.
Peyton Hillis, Browns -– When’s he coming back? With his luck (Madden curse), he’ll return just in time to play the Steelers in week 14 and the Ravens in week 16. Puke.
Sidney Rice, Seahawks -– He’s had 3 games with more than 7 fantasy points out of 7 games played. But his single game season high fantasy point total is 13. Not much boom in a boom or bust receiver. Owned in 91% of ESPN leagues. Why?
Owen Daniels, Texans -– I don’t dislike Owen Daniels, but every year in the fantasy drafts, I roll my eyes in the 8th or 9th round when I hear, “You got Daniels, that’s a good pick!” Then I shake my head with a slight grin around week 11 or 12, when I see him on the waiver wire. Do the Texans even pass the football?
All Colts receivers – These guys are a collection of James Starks. The Colts have only scored 7 passing touchdowns, two away from the league worst. Garcon, Wayne, Dallas Clark, Tamme, Collie have all seen their fantasy value hit rock bottom without Peyton Manning.