Each week the Noise will guide desperate, deep-thinking owners into the dark corners of the waiver wire to mine a last-minute diamond. Turn on your helmet light and pack a pickaxe. We're digging for drop-jaw surprises owned in fewer than 10 percent or started in five percent or less of Yahoo! Plus leagues. (NOTE: Owners with teams still alive this time each year are generally blessed with several useful options. Due to this, we're loosening the rules to accomodate the fortunate. Call it a kinder, gentler Shocker.)
He doesn't possess zygodactylous feet, stereoscopic eyes, an elastic tongue or the ability to change color, but he's a highly adaptable player who can alter styles and blend into various situations with ease. Despite his unique set of skills, the Browns' most dangerous weapon, started in fewer than 30 percent of Yahoo! Plus leagues, is still largely camouflaged.
Primarily employed as a WildcatRead More »from Semi-Shocker Special: Cribbs raising eyebrows, fanalyst voices