Week 14 Wide Receiver Waiver Wire Must Haves

Pick these guys up! We partnered with RotoBaller to give you accurate and timely waiver wire adds. In turn, they post our podcast to their site (which is centered around setting your weekly lineups). Enjoy! This article originally appeared on RotoBaller   It’s here. Finally. No, not Star Wars: The Force Awakens, nor Christmas, though both are inching closer. The fantasy football postseason is finally here! If you play in season-long redraft leagues, this is what you’ve been working toward all season. The standard format generally features a 13-week regular season, followed by a three- or four-week playoff bracket ending after Week 16 or 17. It’s win-or-go-home time. Well, technically, it’s win-or-go-to-the-consolation-bracket time, but you get the point. If you’ve qualified for the playoffs in your league, you’re most likely not looking to make radical roster changes at this point, but a wise owner knows they can never pass up an opportunity to improve their team. Perhaps some of the wide receivers listed below can help you win a fantasy title this season. Andrew has you covered. Wide Receiver Waiver Wire Targets Ted Ginn Jr. - WR, CAR - 32% owned on Fleaflicker Well, well, well, here’s a familiar face. Just when you think it’s safe to give up on Ginn, the veteran pulls you back in. A week after failing to garner even a single target in Carolina’s Thanksgiving rout of the Dallas Cowboys, Ginn torched the New Orleans Saints for 80 yards and two touchdowns on five catches. Ginn is never going to be consistent, but the combination of his speed and the potency of a Cam...

Week 13 Wide Receiver Waiver Wire Must Haves

  Pick these guys up! We partnered with RotoBaller to give you accurate and timely waiver wire adds. In turn, they post our podcast to their site (which is centered around setting your weekly lineups). Enjoy! This article originally appeared on RotoBaller Thanksgiving has come and gone, as has a high-scoring and highly-entertaining Week 12 in the NFL. December now sits on the horizon and with it, the fantasy football playoffs. At this point in the season, wading through the waiver wire can feel like that fourth or fifth trip back to the refrigerator for leftovers. Those mashed potatoes and stuffing might look edible, but you’ve been fooled before. The waiver wire is no different - we’ve all been burned in the past. Of course, following a week that saw Rob Gronkowski, Jimmy Graham, Allen Hurns, Ben Roethlisberger and Tyler Eifert (among others) suffer notable injuries, many of you will have little choice but to dip into the waiver wire for WR and flex help. Wide Receiver Waiver Wire Targets Doug Baldwin - WR, SEA - 41% owned on Fleaflicker Baldwin torched the Pittsburgh Steelers for 145 yards and three touchdowns on six receptions in Sunday’s wild 39-30 win. The three scores marked a career high and obviously won’t become a weekly occurrence, but Baldwin is the midst of an impressive run. He’s led Seattle in receiving yards and has caught at least six passes in each of the last three games. Seattle, particularly over the last two games, has taken more shots downfield with Russell Wilson. The primary benefactor? Baldwin. And of course, the Seahawks will be without...

Week 12 Wide Receiver Waiver Wire Must Haves

Pick these guys up! We partnered with RotoBaller to give you accurate and timely waiver wire adds. In turn, they post our podcast to their site (which is centered around setting your weekly lineups). Enjoy! This article originally appeared on RotoBaller   Week 11 in the NFL was…weird. Why, you ask? Well, we reached the Sunday night game without a 300-yard passer — and then, of course, both Carson Palmer and Andy Dalton threw for more than 300 yards. Even if Tom Brady and Tyrod Taylor both eclipse that mark Monday night, four 300-yard passers in a single week would be a season-low. We’ll also enter the Monday night game with just six 100-yard games by wide receivers this week, the lowest since Week 7. So in a week where two quarterbacks threw five touchdowns, we also had these curious statistical valleys. Weird. And of course, just for the fun of it, we had two 200-yard rushers as well. Again, weird. Week 11 also marks the end of bye weeks for this season. That will be good news for some, but for others still looking for a spark in their playoff chase, the waiver wire remains a great asset. Here are some of the top wide receivers to consider. Wide Receiver Waiver Wire Targets Tyler Lockett - WR, SEA - 19% owned on Fleaflicker The speedy rookie has emerged as the Seattle Seahawks’ most dangerous weapon in the passing game, as evidenced by his 48-yard, two-touchdown showing Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers. Lockett also caught a long touchdown in Week 7, and has a pair of return touchdowns...

Week 10 Wide Receiver Waiver Wire Must Haves

Pick these guys up! We partnered with RotoBaller to give you accurate and timely waiver wire adds. In turn, they post our podcast to their site (which is centered around setting your weekly lineups). Enjoy! This article originally appeared on RotoBaller   Week 9 is in the books, and to say that it was a crazy one would be an understatement. Antonio Brown was nearly record breaking, while we saw quite a few hot potential waiver wire wide receivers step up as well. Brown was the talking point, but there are a few players who you could snatch from the list below if you need some bye-week fillers in Week 10. Best of all, as the bye weeks start to wind down, there’s a reason to believe that a few of these players on the Week 10 waiver wire list could actually turn into consistent producers for your fantasy roster. Obviously at this point, there’s risk involved with each player, but every single player has plenty of upside as well. Jeff rolls right into the Week 10 wide receiver waiver wire list, and kicks it off with a Dallas Cowboys wide out who had a career day on Sunday. Week 10 Waiver Wire - Wide Receivers (WR) Cole Beasley - WR, DAL - 7% owned on Fleaflicker Time to jump back aboard the Cole Beasley train it seems. Obviously, based on the percentage that he’s currently owned, quite a few fantasy owners threw in the towel on him, which was probably the right move before Week 9. Well, Beasley turned things around in a massive way, and was Matt...

Week 9 Wide Receiver Waiver Wire Must Adds

Pick these guys up! We partnered with RotoBaller to give you accurate and timely waiver wire adds. In turn, they post our podcast to their site (which is centered around setting your weekly lineups). Enjoy! This article originally appeared on RotoBaller.   Week 8 was filled with a few brutal injuries that have left players sidelined for either the remainder of 2015, or at least for quite a few weeks. While we could list off a long run of players who suffered tough injuries, we’ll just keep those guys in our thoughts and take a look at the waiver wire heading into Week 9 and evaluate which players to target. This coming week will have quite a few teams on bye weeks, such as the Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs and Seattle Seahawks. So, the question is, how does Jeff fill in for the likes of DeAndre Hopkins, Larry Fitzgerald, Calvin Johnson, John Brown, Jeremy Maclin and of course the brutal loss of Steve Smith? Let’s start off with the player who should be stepping in for Smith starting in Week 10. Week 9 Waiver Wire - Wide Receivers (WR) Kamar Aiken - WR, BAL - 15% owned on Fleaflicker No, Aiken won’t help you in Week 9 if you just need a filler, but he’s going to be the No. 1 wide receiver for the Baltimore Ravens moving forward now. He hasn’t been truly fantasy relevant since a two week stretch against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns where he caught nine balls for 155 yards and a touchdown. Now, though, it’s...

Week 8 Giant Waiver Wire Overview, These Guys Could Still Be Out There!

Pick these guys up before the games start! Seriously, they could still be out there. We partnered with RotoBaller to give you accurate and timely waiver wire adds. In turn, they post our podcast to their site (which is centered around setting your weekly lineups). Enjoy! This article originally appeared on RotoBaller. Below are some waiver wire pickups and sleepers for Week 8 who can have a potential impact for your teams. My (Edward Gorelik) piece won’t cover all waiver wire adds and targets each week, as there are just too many with all the league types out there, but I’ll be highlighting and prioritize the biggest impact players. Additionally, be sure to check out many more great RotoBaller articles and waiver wire analysis pieces at each position throughout the week, including risers/fallers, deeper league sleepers, rankings and more.   Week 8 Quarterback Waiver Wire Pickups Jay Cutler (QB, CHI) 39% Owned on Fleaflicker Jay Cutler is returning from a bye-week, just in time to cover yours. Cutler hasn’t been killing it this year but has been able to put together some high end QB2 performances since returning from injury. This week he’ll face the Vikings defense, one that’s been gashed by big, strong #1 WRs all year long. Alshon Jeffery is looking at a big plus matchup and that means his quarterback is looking at one too. If injuries or byes have you in need- Cutler is still one of those guys who could put up a huge game when things go right. Other Quarterback Options:  OAK QB Derek Carr - 42% owned - Criminally under-owned, Carr’s going to have a rematch against his first ever opponent, the New York Jets. It’s a suffocating defense that’s prone to...