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For Better or Worse
David Sabino
November 03, 2008
In the volatile NFL, change can come quickly. Some of these players got off the deck, others took a fall
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November 03, 2008

For Better Or Worse

In the volatile NFL, change can come quickly. Some of these players got off the deck, others took a fall

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For the past two seasons he had the numbers of an elite tight end. But plagued by injury, illness and an argument with management this year, Winslow (near left) has only 187 receiving yards and one TD. He is too much of a wild card to try to manage. Cut him loose.

TRENT EDWARDS Bills, QB

Here's a perfect example of how football purists and fantasy mavens view a player differently. The purist sees Edwards as a deft passer (67.9% completion rate, only three interceptions) for a first-place team. Fantasy owners see a QB who has yet to throw two touchdowns in a game this year and has no 300-yard games. He should be the backup in an owner's platoon.

J.T. O'SULLIVAN 49ers, QB

The league's most sacked and intercepted quarterback, he was benched on Sunday in favor of Shaun Hill during an embarrassing loss to the Seahawks. When the Niners return after their bye week, Hill will likely start. Either way, you don't want any part of a QB shuffle in San Francisco.

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