I really don't think this hurts the bears that much. I don't know that he's any more productive than his backup - peterson. That said, if they have any other injuries at RB they could be in trouble...
Actually after looking at Peterson run as though he was towing a 737 behind him I think they'd look to give Wolfe a few carries. Maybe try a really crappy version of the "thunder and lightning" combo used by, amongst others, the Steelers with the "bus".
Peterson (the bad one)/Garrett Wolfe ... hmmm ... that's almost as good as Bettis/FWP
Right, traded their only consistent solid weapon on a poor offense.
the really sad thing is that Thomas Jones is the one Chicago is pining over. Don't get me wrong I like Jones - but the fact that he is considered to be a huge loss on their offense just shows how pathetic their entire offense is.
I might not make the playoffs in my fantasy league but it's sure is good to have #2 waiver priority right now so some other fool can't get AP off waivers. Playing the role of the spoiler right now, just took down the #1 team this week and I'll be damned if I just roll over a die and let the playoff teams load up on last minute pickups like this that might help them out.
I always seem to catch bad breaks in fantasy FB, I was 4-2 before losing 5 straight, 2 of the games by just 3 and 4 points! One year I started out 0-4 despite scoring the most points in the league, last year I ran away with it in the regular season only to get blown out in the playoffs then this year I've had the 2nd most points scored against me so if it's not 1 thing it's another every year in fantasy FB.
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