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Week 8 IDP Waiver Wire Pickups

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BALTIMORE, MD - OCTOBER 24: Ed Reed  of the Baltimore Ravens returns an interception against the Buffalo Bills at M&T Bank Stadium on October 24, 2010 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Ravens defeated the Bills 37-34. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)

Defensive Lineman

DE / DT – Dwan Edwards: Depending on Dwan Edwards eligibility in your IDP fantasy football league, he could be a solid defensive end or a terrific defensive tackle. If listed for the tackle position in your league, he should have been gone a few weeks ago as he is racking up a bunch of tackles for the Bills.

Get Edwards, if you can and use him as an every week play if you need a bump at tackle or end.


Scott Fujita: The Browns are a solid group for cheep fantasy production as their defense is on the field a decent amount. Scott Fujita is putting together a nice season and had a great game against his former team last week. Look for Fujita as a decent waiver pickup for the final two bye weeks of the season. Off Week Eight

Defensive Backs

S- Ed Reed: (Big Play Leagues) It didn’t take Ed Reed long to show his big play ability upon his arrival from the PUP list. Against the Bills, he made two interceptions and showed he is still a player worth having. Reed may never pick up a bunch of tackles so this would make him a more attractive option in Big Play IDP leagues. Reed is off this coming week.

S – Courtney Greene: The Jaguars are riddled with injuries and Courtney Greene got a chance to show his stuff last week because of it. Greene went on to rack up a nice tackle total and is worth a waiver start against the Cowboys this week.

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