Sunday Morning Touchdown Sleepers

Inside the Redzone staff October 9, 2011 0

 

 

Mark Ingram | 2011 Rookie RB | Goal line Option

Mark Ingram hopes to get his second score in week 5. (Photo by Corey.C)

 

by Inside the Redzone staff – Bill Seng, Dan Lehto, Matt Hall, Michael Taylor, and Chris Mrnak

 

Zzzzzzzzzz…. Oh hello! I bet your here to read up on a few fringe touchdown predictions that Inside the Redzone provides. Anyone can predict a touchdown from Calvin Johnson (8) or LeSean McCoy (6), but how about predicting a score for the likes of Kyle Rudolph or  Malcom Floyd’s first of 2011? Now that it’s the bye weeks, you need that extra leg up. So stay wide awake and count the sleeper the touchdowns we’re going to predict!

 

Dan Lehto

Michael Bush – Touchdowns in each of his last 2.

CJ Spiller – Philly made Gore look good.

 

Matt Hall

Kyle Rudolph – McNabb likes TE’s, Arizona’s pass defense is 26th in the league, and you need to get the ball to playmakers in the passing game.
Antonio Brown – Mike Wallace is demanding a lot of attention giving Brown more room to work. Plus, the Titans have been putting up big numbers which might lead the Steelers to air it out more than normal.

 

Chris Mrnak
Jonathan Stewart – JStew gets his first score.  Newton has been sniping short yardage touchdowns from Williams and Stewart, but I think Stewart sneaks one in this week.

 

Michael Taylor

Damian Williams – I think he’s a great red zone threat. Just ask Sheldon Brown.

Early Doucet – The Cardinals’ second half comeback won’t just be about Larry Fitzgerald.

Mark Ingram – Ingram will find the end zone again. Panthers have given up 4 rushing touchdowns and got toasted by Matt Forte last weekend.

 

Bill Seng

Malcom Floyd - Secondary targets are killing the Broncos. See Jordy Nelson last week (91 yards and a touchdown) and Jerome Simpson in week 2 (136 yards receiving). So we give our sleeper touchdown score to Malcom Floyd who is still looking for his first score.

Thomas Jones – Colts have given up 6 rushing touchdowns and are 28th against the run so far in 2010. We’ll give the score to veteran Thomas Jones.

 

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