Sep 9, 2012; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears running back Michael Bush (29) runs for a touchdown during the first quarter against the Indianapolis Colts at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-US PRESSWIRE

Fantasy Thought- Will Bush Solidify Emery's Plan

Phil Emery had a master plan, sign a legit #2 running back so in a worse case that Forte didn’t sign they would have a good #1 in Michael Bush, or in best case the Bears would have an excellent 1-2 punch with the ability to cover in case of injury.  Bush gets to show off his skills and show the mastermind of Emery in one fell swoop. Welcome to week #3 and it’s against a team that Matt Forte has routinely carved up in the Rams gaining 230 yards 3 TD’s and 5.1 yds per carry.  Hello Michael Bush its your turn to shine! Here are the Week #3 fantasy picks

Quarterbacks

Stud- RG3- He gets to go against the Bengals Defense that gave up over 400 yards to the BROWNS!!

Dud- Tom Brady- His offensive line was terrible against the Cardinals, What are they going to do against the Ravens in Baltimore?

Sleeper- Sam Bradford- The Rams will be trailing and Bradford will put up a lot of  yards due to non stop passing.

Running Back

Stud- Demarco Murray- The Bucs defense will still be i shock when Murray runs threw them

Dud- Mikel Leshoure- Finally gets on the field but will find very little success

Sleeper- Michael Bush- Expect a big day filling in for Matt Forte

Wide Receiver

Stud- Austin Miles- Yes, The Bucs defense is not rebounding from New York debacle in Dallas! Bombs away

Dud- Wes Welker- What is Coach Spygate doing? Really Edelman is a better choice than Welker?

Sleeper- Donnie Avery- Defenses will continue to try and double Wayne giving Avery tons of targets

Tight Ends

Stud- Owen Daniels- He’s been consistent so far this season and there’s a good chance he gets a TD this week

Dud- Brent Celek- Cardinals shut down NE tight ends last Sunday.  Could be a long day for Brent

Sleeper- Scott Chandler- Cleveland gives up chunks of yards.

Defense

Stud- Baltimore- Their front 7 could force their will and beat up NE offensive line and force some turnovers

Dud-Green Bay- They won’t score 18 points this week, and they could struggle on the road in the Pacific Northwest

Sleeper- Buffalo- Cleveland will turn the ball over eventually (Charles Woodsen on Weeden)

 

Week #2 was a roller coaster week with early injuries and huge games.  What’s your sleeper this week? Good luck this week and never let your opponent out work you!

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