A two-time champion in a hardcore keeper league, including some know-it-all media "experts", who just so happens to be 3-9 in said league this year, Adam Boedeker gives his fantasy expertise on a weekly basis.
Stud of the Week
Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, NYG — Ahmad Bradshaw is finally free. While it's bad for the New York Giants that goal-line vulture Andre Brown broke his leg on Sunday night, it's great news for Bradshaw owners. There wasn't a bigger goal-line vulture in the NFL this year than Brown, who got the benefits of Bradshaw's work between the 10s. Now, Bradshaw will get the majority of the Giants carries and they're going up against a suspect Redskins run defense on Monday night.
Honorable mention: Tony Romo, DAL (vs. PHI); Bryce Brown, PHI (at DAL); Beanie Wells, ARI (at NYJ); Cecil Shorts, JAC (at BUF).
Dud of the Week
Russell Wilson, QB, SEA — Wilson has quietly put up numbers equal to, if not better, than his two higher-profile fellow rookie quarterbacks Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck. The pint-sized signal caller has been great as of late, but this week things will change. The Seahawks travel to Chicago to face one of the deadlier defenses in the league. It could get ugly for the surprising rookie.
Honorable mention: Josh Freeman, TB (at DEN); Knowshon Moreno, DEN (vs. TB); Larry Fitzgerald, ARI (at NYJ); Torrey Smith, BAL (vs. PIT).