This week's waiver wire contains players we've talked about before. Roy Helu and Denarius Moore were big-time preseason sleepers that flamed out early. Now they're back. Let's get to the picks:
1. Roy Helu, RB, Redskins: Helu was named the starter prior to Week 9 and then played on 64-of-67 snaps. After the game, coach Mike Shanahan said that Ryan Torain would only play going forward if Helu got tired or injured. Helu is an excellent receiver out of the backfield, fitting perfectly with John Beck's checkdown style. Immediate RB2 option in PPR leagues.
2. Laurent Robinson, WR, Cowboys: With Miles Austin (hamstring) out 2-4 weeks, Robinson is getting a big chance. He'll play every down opposite Dez Bryant and already has shown a nice chemistry with Tony Romo. Robinson will be a WR2/3 option until Austin gets back.
3. Jacoby Ford and Denarius Moore, WRs, Raiders: Oakland went into their bye week and reevaluated their receiving corps. It turns out that Ford and Moore are the starters, with Chaz Schilens and T.J. Houshmandzadeh next up. Darrius Heyward-Bey is out. Ford and Moore are two of the most explosive playmakers you'll find -- and with Carson Palmer willing to chuck it up, there's big-time upside here as WR3s.
4. Brent Celek, TE, Eagles: Celek once again led the Eagles in targets Monday night, tying Jeremy Maclin with nine this time. As the Eagles' line has improved, Celek has run more routes and become a bigger part of the offense.
5. Earl Bennett, WR, Bears: Jay Cutler sees Bennett has his security blanket out of the slot, especially on third downs. The problem is that Bennett isn't great after the catch and the Bears' passing game is really inconsistent. Deep league flier.