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Weekly Surprises -- Week 5

Kenton Keith, RB, Indianapolis - No offense to Mr. Keith and his 158 total yards and 2 TDs, but I think just about anybody could run well in the Indy offense right now.   Do you hear that Dominic Rhodes?  Somebody named Kenton Keith just ran for 121 yards in your old job!  I hope you're enjoying Oakland!   Joseph Addai should be healthy when the Colts return from bye next week, but if Keith is available snap him up.

Mike Sellers, RB, Washington - Five rushes for 24 yards and a touchdown, 3 catches for 36 yards and a touchdown.  Sellers is a monstrous 284 lb fullback that just tore the heart out of Portis and Betts owners across fantasy football.  If this guy is going to start vulturing the carries at the goal line, Portis and Betts are barely useful unless one of them gets hurt.  Ugh.

Donte' Stallworth, WR, New England - So teams finally decided to double-team Randy Moss huh?  Well, that only took 25% of the season.  Stallworth pulled down 4 catches for 65 yards and a touchdown last week, totals that should become fairly regular from now on.

Gus Frerotte, QB, St. Louis - Yeah, yeah, he threw three interceptions.  But the guy is like 53 years old, cut him some slack. The 262 passing yards and three touchdowns made for a nice day even with the interceptions - in my money league Frerotte finished as the 3rd best fantasy QB of the week.  He has a tough matchup with the Ravens this week, but he has nothing to lose by chucking the ball all over the field and neither do the Rams at this point.