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Chris Bauman was on the verge of returning

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Each week, TSN.ca takes a look at the top available players in fantasy football ahead of the weekly waiver deadline. Quarterback Austin Davis, St Louis Rams (vs. 49ers) Last Week: 29/49, 375 yards, 3 TDs Davis is barely owned in fantasy leagues, the few leagues where he is picked up likely two quarterback leagues. Davis is certainly a solid QB2 and worthy of spot starts in bye weeks, but after his big Week 5 performance there may be hope hes worth even more than that. Davis was outscored by only Peyton Manning this past weekend and while finishing second is unlikely to happen again, it was his second straight game with three touchdown passes and more than 300 yards passing. Another QB worth looking at could be the Browns Brian Hoyer. Hoyers barely owned as well and while he doesnt have that one big week to boost his season averages, he could be a more consistent option than Davis. Running Back Branden Oliver, San Diego Chargers (at Raiders) Last Week: 19 carries, 114 yards, 1 TD; 4 receptions, 68 yards, 1 TD Oliver should be the top pick on the wire this week for a couple reasons. One, hell more than likely take on a full workload (Ryan Mathews is still injured and Donald Brown was ineffective before getting hurt as well) and two, hes facing the Oakland Raiders. The Chargers can score and the Raiders like giving up rushing yards and points. The job in San Diegos will likely revert back to Mathews once hes healthy, but Oliver could be a strong fill-in. Andre Williams, New York Giants (at Eagles) Last Week: 20 carries, 65 yards, 1 TD; 2 receptions, 18 yards Williams is another enticing injury fill-in. While he wasnt as impressive as Oliver once starter Rashad Jennings went down, Williams proved capable against the Falcons on Sunday. As long as Jennings is out, Williams should get the workload to warrant a start in your flex spot. Ronnie Hillman, Denver Broncos (at Jets) Last Week: 15 carries, 64 yards This should be a coveted spot - starting running back for the Broncos - after what we saw Knowshon Moreno do in Peyton Mannings offence last year, but it has lost a lot of its lustre through five weeks this year. Ball has simply not performed as well as we thought he would, hes performing like an RB3 at best when healthy, so theres no reason to think Hillman will start racking up the points in his absence. Especially when we figure in Hillman should have more competition for touches while Ball heals up the next couple weeks. Wide Receiver Justin Hunter, Tennessee Titans (vs Jaguars) Last Week: 3 receptions (5 targets), 99 yards, 1 TD This isnt a great week to need a receiver on the wire. Hunter leads the list partly because his big Week 5 line, but mostly because it appears Hunter will get the opportunity to put up big lines moving forward. Hunter played more than any other Titans receiver and should at the least be a starter the rest of the way. Tennessees quarterback situation is a mess but the team should be trailing in a lot of games the rest of the year. Garbage points can be a fantasy players best friend. Kenny Britt, St. Louis Rams (vs 49ers) Last Week: 3 receptions (6 targets), 68 yards, 1 TD Just when youve sworn this guy off for the millionth time, Britt may be deserving of yet another chance. Britt isnt yet the (suddenly potent) Rams second WR behind Brian Quick, but hes in the running and should get more opportunity after a solid Week 5. Its crazy to think the Rams offence warrants two receivers being owned, but its close and Britt is close to being that second receiver. Odell Beckham Jr., New York Giants (at Eagles) Last Week: 4 receptions (5 targets), 44 yards. 1 TD Beckhams debut after a hamstring injury wasnt spectacular, aided by a touchdown catch, but showed some promise for the rest of the year. Beckham has a ways to go to catch Victor Cruz and Rueben Randle in the starting lineup, but the first-rounder is a talented pass catcher and will start with enough targets to at least be intriguing, before garnering more as the season goes on. The rookie may not make an instant impact but could be an interesting bench stash. Tight End Owen Daniels, Baltimore Ravens (at Buccaneers) Last Week: 5 receptions (7 targets), 70 yards Just about every tight end worth owning is in most leagues, so if youre looking for one on the wire youre hopefully doing so only as an injury or bye week replacement. Thats what Daniels represents. With Dennis Pitta and Phillip Supernaw hurt, Daniels managed a decent game against the Colts in Week 5. Daniels has had some success in the eight years he spent with Houston before this season, and he presents a solid in unspectacular fill-in for desperate owners should Pitta and Supernaw remain out. 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Lions on Friday. You can watch the game live on TSN at 8:30pm et/5:30pm pt and get in-depth player stats, Twitter Trender and more on our GameTracker. The Stampeders, Lions and Saskatchewan Roughriders have all secured playoff spots, but order of finish will be determined in these final four weeks of the regular season. Each week features a head-to-head matchup between two of them while the other faces the Edmonton Eskimos. At 11-3, Calgary is the frontrunner to finish first in the West with the Lions and Roughriders chasing at 9-5. The top team gets the division final at home Nov. 17 plus a weeks rest, while the second seed hosts the third seed in the semifinal Nov. 10. "The good thing is its in our hands," Stampeders quarterback Kevin Glenn said. "We dont need help from anybody else. Its set up for us pretty good. All we have to do is go out and handle our business now." The 3-11 Eskimos are at the bottom of the division. They have been all but mathematically eliminated from a crossover playoff spot in the East Division. The combination of a Calgary win Friday and an Edmonton upset victory over the Roughriders on Saturday would translate to the Stampeders finishing no worse than second in the division and a home playoff date. The Stampeders and Lions were 1-1 heading into the third of their four meetings this regular season. The two clubs close out the campaign against each other in Vancouver on Nov. 1. "B.C. has a really good defence, but its important for us to establish dominance," Stampeders running back Jon Cornish said. "If we want to win the West, we have to show to the other best teams in this league, Saskatchewan and B.C., were No. 1." Calgary downed the Lions 44-32 in the season opener, but lost 27-22 in Vancouver on Aug. 17. "A lot of the things we looked at and discussed throughout the week was the last time we played this team," Lions head coach Mike Benevides said. "This is an outstanding football team with tremendous balance. Its going to be a huge challenge for us. "You cant undersell the value of this game. Its a huge game for both teams." Calgary is coming off a 38-11 win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers with Cornish running for a career-high 208 yards. The New Westminster, B.C., is 42 yards away from breaking his own record of single-season rushing yards by a Canadian running back. B.C.s running game stalled in a 31-17 loss at home to the Roughriders last week. The Lions mustered just 80 yards on the ground witth their leading rusher Andrew Harris held to 10 yards on six carries.dddddddddddd Benevides took some of the blame for that low number upon himself, but Harris says the offence has to commit to the running game. "The biggest thing is the want to," the Winnipeg native. "The offensive co-ordinator has to want to do it, the offensive line has to want to do it and I have to be the guy who delivers and hits the holes and makes plays. "The run game is very important and its something we need to catch fire on. Calgary is definitely a team we need to knock off." The Stampeders will get their first look at Lions quarterback Thomas DeMarco, who is 2-1 since Travis Lulay was sidelined with a shoulder injury. DeMarco has averaged 221 throwing yards in his three games and has four touchdown passes. He was intercepted three times by Saskatchewan last week. "Thomas DeMarco, Im ready for him," Stampeders sack leader Charleston Hughes said. "Hes a good quarterback. Is he ready for me is the question." Calgarys depth at quarterback gives the Stampeders a distinct advantage over their western rivals down the stretch. Glenn is 2-1 in three starts since returning from injury and 7-2 overall this season. Drew Tate will dress for a second game since his return from a throwing arm injury in Week 2. Waiting in the wings is Bo Levi Mitchell, who is 3-0 in starts this season. 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