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Parmele burst onto the fantasy scene this week. When his number was called, he contributed in a way former starter Rashad Jennings failed to do in five games (never gaining more than 60 yards and only one touchdown). With a rocky Tennessee Titans defense up next, Parmele could be at it again.
QB Colin Kaepernick, 49ers
Last week: 243 yards, 2 TD
Alex Smith is getting healthier as we speak, at least he better hope so. With Kaepernick’s near-flawless game against one of the toughest defenses in the league in the Chicago Bears, there may be a controversy brewing in the Bay Area.
WR Danario Alexander, Rams
Last Week: 96 yards, 2 TD
Alexander has more than proven his worth for any fantasy roster. Compiling for more than 290 yards in his last three games with three touchdowns and 15 receptions, he looks to be Bradford’s new favorite go-to target in St. Louis. As the Ravens possibly come into town without Ed Reed and an already banged up Baltimore secondary, Bradford and Alexander will try to take full advantage.
RB Ronnie Hillman, Broncos
Last Week: 43 rushing yards
Hillman had 43 yards on 12 carries once Willis McGahee was sidelined. With McGahee more than likely out for an extended period of time, Hillman may be the sleeper of the week, especially with the Kansas City Chiefs due up next.
QB Chad Henne, Jaguars
Last Week: 354 yards, 4 TD
Who saw this performance coming from Henne this week? All props to you if you did. Henne had a ridiculous afternoon, throwing all over a very talented Houston Texans secondary. It wasn’t much of a secret whom he was passing to (Blackmon had 236 receiving yards), but that still couldn’t stop the Jaguars from scoring 37 points.
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