FANTASY FOOTBALL WAIVER WIRE: Get Your Pryorities Straight (Week 2)

FANTASY FOOTBALL WAIVER WIRE:

Get Your Pryorities Straight (Week 2)

 

By Muntradamus

 

BEAST DOME NATION.

 

Holding out on the Waiver Wire until Tuesday night did not feel right.  I will for now on be posting the Wire section on Monday Night, this will be the last time it comes out on Tuesday.  I wanted to give my V.I.P.s an edge by posting it only on Muntradamus.NET.  But the full day of Q&A on back-to-back Tuesday/Wednesday is enough of an edge.

The Goal of BEAST DOME is to win your Championships, and luckily there are not any NEXT LEVEL superstars on the wire this week.  But there are players you should add.

To make up for this, I will be releasing the Trade Market Article Today.  Day Earlier than Previously Expected.

 

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*THE MORE PEOPLE THAT PLAY WEEK 1.  THE BIGGER THE CHAMPIONSHIP WILL BE.  RUMORED TO BE AT $10,000 For First Place*

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FANTASY FOOTBALL WAIVER WIRE (WEEK 2)

QB 

GREAT ADD

TERRELLE PRYOR – OAK

It is not often you find Waiver Wire QBs that can rush for over 100 Yards.  Terrelle is definitely one of those players as he has shown breakout potential even his first career start in Week 17 last season.  The Raiders offense is not geared for Pryor to get a lot of passing yards, but the sky is the limit for this player who should get every opportunity to prove what he has.  Pryor has a matchup against the Jags he has to take advantage of in order to be a Player you can consider starting.

GOOD ADD

RYAN TANNEHILL – MIA

The Dolphins Run Offense is similar to a show of keeping up with the Kardashians.  You watch it to see what happens, but you are never satisified and feel like you wish you had every moment of your life back when watching it.  I don’t actually watch that show, but I can imagine that is the same feeling when ‘Kendrik’ Lamar Miller and ‘DT’ Daniel Thomas keep getting carry after carry.  Chances are Tannehill will be throwing the ball at a Matt Stafford type of rate soon.

RB

GREAT ADD

DANIEL THOMAS – MIA

I know I just put down the Dolphins running game in the blurb above, but maybe it is because the Dolphins will finally say goodbye to Lamar Miller and give Daniel Thomas his chance.  ‘DT’ is one of the most exciting Running Backs when he’s running well, and now he gets the chance to show that it was only Reggie Bush being the reason he was held back.

GOOD ADD

JOIQUE BELL – DET

If you own Reggie Bush, and you have some garbage Running Backs on the back of your bench, time to grab Joique.  I would go as far as saying Roy Helu or worst is a good player to drop for Bell who will be useful when Reggie goes down.  With Reggie already beat-up after 1 game, chances are Bell will get a few starts himself.

DEEP SLEEPER ADD

LEGARRETTE BLOUNT – NEP

Blount will only get a handful of carries, but let us see what he can do with those carries.  He had an explosive game this Preseason and we all know what he is capable of, especially on a winning team.  If Stevan Ridley has one more fumble, look for Blount to be rolling as a RB#2.

WR

GREAT ADD

JULIAN EDELMAN – NEP

Call it the ‘Cole World’ Special.  Julian will have a great Thursday Night game, and the magic will end right there.  The Patriots offense is brittle right now, and Edelman will be the 2nd WR or possibly go-to option for Brady this week.  Once Amendola comes back, Edelman will be a low-end WR#2 at best.  Once Gronk comes back, Edelman will be a WR#3-WR#4.  Let us not forget Brady threw the ball to Kenbrell Thompkins 14 times last week, Edelman will still be behind him on the depth chart.

But remember.  Julian is a 1 night stand.

GOOD ADD

ROD STREATER – OAK

Pryor seemed to like Streater a lot during the preseason, and he liked him more than Denarius on Sunday.  While Denarius did get both the redzone looks, Streater was the man Pryor was looking to more often.  Streater does not have a lot of upside as he is mostly a possession WR on a team that will run the ball more than they throw, but Streater does offer some nice sleeper potential in PPR leagues.  Denarius Moore is still the WR you want to own of the two as he has very BIG play potential.

DEEP SLEEPER ADD

MARLON BROWN – BAL

The Ravens are one injury away to Torrey Smith, and Marlon Brown becomes a go-to WR.  Brown is not the most talented, but Joe Flacco knows how to put the ball on the money..somewhat.  Good enough for Brown to have major upside if he gets his opportunity.

TE

GREAT ADD

JULIUS THOMAS – DEN

Everyone on BEAST DOME is laughing as people start him as their replacement for Gronk.  He was heavily featured during the Preseason BEAST DRAFT STRATEGY VOL II.  Did not take long for JT to make a name for himself and the BEAST DOME NATION.  If you own any TE besides the superstars, add JT.

GOOD ADD

DALLAS CLARK – BAL

Dallas was the 2nd option in the Ravens passing game in Week 1.  That is good news for Clark who does look like he is a big hit away from landing on the I.R., still a player you want in PPR leagues.  He does have sleeper potential from week-to-week.

K

GREAT ADD

ALEX HENEREY – PHI

The Eagles are going to score a lot of points this season.  It is a good idea to have the Kicker of that type of team as they see the Redzone more often than DMX barks in a rap song.

KICKER ROULETTE

SEBASTAIN JANIKOWSKI – OAK

The Big Janikowski will have a nice week against the Jags in what should be a battle of Field Goals.

D/ST

GREAT ADD

CAROLINA PANTHERS – CAR

The Carolina ‘Super Panthers’ looked like a D/ST you want all season long.  They were able to shutdown BEAST MODE which is impressive in itself.  The most impressive part about this D/ST is all the IDP studs they have.  From Greg Hardy to Charles Johnson.  To Luke Kuchley and Jon Beason.  Go ahead and add them if you want a team for the long-run.

D/ST ROULETTE

DALLAS COWBOYS – DAL

The Cowboys should give Alex Smith more trouble than Eminem and his relationship with his Ex-Wife.  The Cowboys front 7 should be able to limit Jamaal Charles, while forcing ‘Chicken Wire Arm’ aka Alex Smith into more INTs than Eli Manning.  Good time to take a chance.

IDP

IDP DE ROULETTE

JUSTIN TUCK – NYG

Tuck was not even ranked in the Top 25 of all average Experts.  I had him ranked in the Top 10, on Sunday Night he had 3 Tackles. 5 Assists. 0.5 Sacks.  Look for him to do all he can to sack Peyton.

IDP LB ROULETTE

DAVID HARRIS – NYJ

Want something to watch on Thursday Night Football.  Add David Harris and you will see a performance that will leave you breathless.  Maybe not breathless for you, but breathless for David Harris as he will be chasing down Stevan Ridley nearly every play.

IDP DB ROULETTE

STEPHEN GREGORY – NE

Want to see something special.  Tune in to Geno Smith throwing the ball 30+ Times against his New England Secondary.  Hard to say who will get the INT, but you have to imagine Stephen Gregory is the favorite as he will be hawking Geno’s eyes all night.

 

 

Muntradamus is a Fantasy Sports Expert who specializes in Fantasy Football/Baseball/Basketball. He is currently in his second season as a Pro on FantasyPros coming off of an impressive Rookie Campaign where he landed the #8 Overall In-Season Fantasy Football Rankings Expert.  Which also included #1 WR of all Expert Sites.  He is also one of two people to qualify for all DRAFTSTREET CHAMPIONSHIPS (MLB/NFL/NBA) in 2012So far to start out 2013 Muntradamus has qualified for the FanDuel Baseball Championship, and DraftStreet Baseball Championship.  Most Historically, Muntradamus was the #1 Fantasy Football Expert of IDP & Overall Rankings in One Week, first and only time in Fantasy Sports History.

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52 comments

  • Frank September 11, 2013   Reply →

    If I own Reggie Bush and my bench RBs are Ball and Tate Rape, do I drop Tate for Joique Bell?

    I am deeper at receiver (Nelson/desean/boldin/mike will/miles austin) but none of those are droppable to me

    • camilusss September 11, 2013   Reply →

      i’d drop ball or mike williams honestly.

      i still wouldn’t want to own any DEN RBs and like you said, you’re deep at WRs and if i were to rank what them:

      1. nelson
      2. desean
      3. boldin
      4. miles
      5. mike will

    • bukeye420 September 11, 2013   Reply →

      DO NOT drop ball, when he takes that job he could win you your league

      • bcalum06 September 11, 2013   Reply →

        yeh man Im hoping Ball takes over soon..Denver just not trusting ball enough right now as a pass blocker. I say just him get 2 series to him self or something to prove him self more..damn. Hopefully he can get some goal line work this week and score…maybe that will help him pull away a little. Moreno and Hillman are not better runners as far as moves and running inside. I don’t like to wish injury on one, but maybe Moreno needs to get injured to give ball a shot to prove him self.

  • Cnop September 11, 2013   Reply →

    Rest of Season Zona or Panthers D ? Pretty torn on this one

    • John September 11, 2013   Reply →

      EJ Manual or T. Pryor

      • Muntradamus September 11, 2013   Reply →

        Pryor has more upside. Manuel appears to be the safer option with a lower ceiling.

    • John September 11, 2013   Reply →

      Carolina. I just picked up the Panthers D, so I may be a bit biased.

    • Onesidebadass September 11, 2013   Reply →

      Im torn as well but Carolina looks evil. But Arizona has the offense to put points on the board.

  • John September 11, 2013   Reply →

    EJ Manual or T. Pryor

    • Jermo September 11, 2013   Reply →

      For this week I would say pryor. ROS it looks pretty even but I would give the edge to E.J.

  • Jermo September 11, 2013   Reply →

    Is Brandon Jacobs/De rel Scott even worth looking at>?

    • John September 11, 2013   Reply →

      Jacobs and Scott are not worth much IMO.

  • static September 11, 2013   Reply →

    So trading for Romo

    Do you think Brees + Gio for Romo + Amendola + Lacy is overpaying?

    • camilusss September 11, 2013   Reply →

      try to get a WR who has better upside/less injury prone than amendola?

  • John September 11, 2013   Reply →

    Munt- would you drop Freeman for either Pryor or Tannehill and Fred Davis (I have Gronk and Gates already) for Daniel Thomas or Rod Streater and Pats for Panthers DT.
    My team (PPR-6tds) is:
    Eli
    Lynch
    SJax
    Ball
    DMC
    Nicks
    Steve Smith
    Nelson
    Sidney Rice
    Pats
    Josh Brown
    Joique Bell

    • Jermo September 11, 2013   Reply →

      I would say it is safe to drop Freeman for Pryor, Pryor has alot of fantasy upside.

      There is no use having 3 TE’s if you cant use them. I would see if you could package gates or davis in a trade to get more value.

      Pats have a good match-up against a jets team they are familiar with(also the short week might mess with the young qb’s game planning) so i’d at least hold them another week.

      • bukeye420 September 11, 2013   Reply →

        I agree with jermo, but if you can’t find a deal before this week I would pick up Daniel Thomas, munt has been on that all preseason

        • John September 11, 2013   Reply →

          I’ve picked up Bell and D. Thomas and dropped Fred Davis. I had dropped DAX since he was kept but on IR. Lance Moore was just dropped in my league. Other than Sidney Rice, is there any other player you would drop. Or Rice for Moore is a good move?

  • bukeye420 September 11, 2013   Reply →

    I agree with jermo, but if you can’t find a deal before this week I would pick up Daniel Thomas, munt has been on that all preseason

  • Ben September 11, 2013   Reply →

    Seeking some WR advice for 10 team, standard league (9 starting positions and 4 bench). I’m pretty thin at WR: Dez, Decker, James Jones; and pretty stacked at RB: McCoy, Foster, Sproles, Daryl Richardson, Tate.
    Both Edelman and Thompkins are available off waivers.
    Do I:
    1) Swap Jones for either Edelman or Thompkins off waivers
    and/or
    2) try to trade D-Rich (or Sproles, though I’m reticent to let him go…) to another team that is stacked at WR: Megatron, Cruz, Boldin, Torrey, and Roddy; and weak sauce at RB: DMC, D Wilson, Redman, Ahmad.
    If 2) which WR should I ask for initially, and who should I settle for on couter-offer?

    • Ben September 11, 2013   Reply →

      I should add to avoid the scorn of all knowledgeable FF players that it’s not so much that this other team is THAT weak at RB; it’s more perceived weakness based on crumby week 1 performances that I’m trying to exploit…

    • bukeye420 September 11, 2013   Reply →

      i like edelman or thompkins more then james jones, but not sure which one is the better pickup, and i would definetly try to make a move, either RB for anyone but torry is a good deal in my eyes. but if torry is all he is willing to move i wouldnt give up sproles

    • hbomb24 September 11, 2013   Reply →

      I don’t think you’re stacked at wr. That being said I wouldn’t make a deal yet. Edelman is a great start this week, then trade him next week. Maybe even pair him with foster for a couple a-listers that have a bad week this week.

    • robzilla September 14, 2013   Reply →

      damn, McCoy or foster must have fallen a bit in the draft!

  • Simon September 11, 2013   Reply →

    Munt…is it worth holding onto Shane Vereen through his injury? Also, I have Ryan Broyles on the roster, but not knowing when he is going to get healthy, would it make more sense to pick-up Andre Roberts, Rueben Randall or Rod Streater? Thanks!

    • Ben September 11, 2013   Reply →

      What I’ve seen is that Vereen’s ineligible to play until week 11. Whether you can hang onto him that long really depends on how many bench spots your league keeps, whether you have an IR spot, and how deep you are at RB. If you can afford to keep him on the bench and still have decent plays at RB2/Flex with your bye weeks covered, then MAYBE he’s worth it. If you have any doubt, go out and look for DT, Edelman, or Streater. Broyles is at least practicing and could rejoin the game any week, but Stafford’s looking like he’s got an awful lot of targets, including two in the backfield, that he’ll be competing against when he does return.

    • bcalum06 September 11, 2013   Reply →

      id keep vereen. Ridley fumble 1 more time and that more reps for vereen when get back..he already catches the ball a lot.

      • Ben September 12, 2013   Reply →

        If Ridley can’t hang onto the ball, the guy who’ll be getting those extra reps is LeGarrette Blount, and maybe Bolden once he’s back at 100%. Vereen’s going to be gone for the better part of the season.

  • Beastofthebay September 11, 2013   Reply →

    I’m wondering if I should try to trade Gio Bernanrd with Daniel Thomas being a free agent in my league. A team in my league is carrying 4 TE’s (Cook, cameron, Myers, and Sudfeld).

    I’m rolling with Gates right now. Other guy’s RB’s are Morris, CJ2K, Bilal Powell. I’m thinking Helu and Gio for Jared Cook. (He also has WR: V-Jax, AJ, Dez, Jennings, V-Brown)

    My other RB’s are S-Jax, MJD, T-Rich, Demarco, Ball.

    I have 1’st waiver priority and someone just dropped Mike Wallace so I was going to drop Helu to pick him up anyway. My WR’s are currently Boldin, Marshall, M. Austin, J. Jones, J. Gordon.

    Thoughts Munt/Beast nation?

    Thanks as always!

    • bukeye420 September 11, 2013   Reply →

      i think mike wallace is priority 1, make sure you get him, and your team looks stacked, i dont think i would trade RB for TE, unless its gronk or graham. with all that depth you could get far better then jared cook

      • Beastofthebay September 11, 2013   Reply →

        Thanks Buckeye. Do you like Gio more than Daniel Thomas then?

        Is Helu the guy to drop for Wallace or should I think about giving up J. Gordon or J. Jones and swapping Helu for Thomas to keep my stable of RB’s strong?

  • bukeye420 September 11, 2013   Reply →

    i do like gio over daniel thomas, i would drop helu for wallace. and with the RB you have i dont know that you absolutely need to pick up thomas you have 5 good backs, let me ask you this what format is your league, I.e. how many RB can you start each week?

    • Beastofthebay September 11, 2013   Reply →

      10 team PPR. 1QB, 2RB, 2WR, 2WR/RB/TE flex, K, DST So I can start up to 4 RB’s each week.

      Thanks again

      • Beastofthebay September 11, 2013   Reply →

        oops, 1TE also

  • bukeye420 September 11, 2013   Reply →

    I would say drop helu for Daniel Thomas and James jones for mike Wallace. That is James jones not Julio right?

    • Beastofthebay September 11, 2013   Reply →

      Correct, James Jones. Thanks for the insight, I appreciate it!

  • Dale September 11, 2013   Reply →

    I have Fred Davis and Greg Olson as my TE’s shoul I drop Fred Davis to pick up Daniel Thomas I have 4 RB’s already Martin, Reggie Bush, Stevan Ridley and Joique Bell. My WR’s are Green, Nelson, Mike Williams, Wallace and Emmanuel Sanders. I could potentially package a WR and a RB for a top tier TE later in the season, thoughts?

    • timewasted87 September 11, 2013   Reply →

      You should do it with the Gronk player if you can. I’m trying myself but he’s taking way to much.

  • Anonymous September 11, 2013   Reply →

    Should i drop Jstew for Joique? I have Bush….Also , should i drop hartline for josh gordon

    • Beastofthebay September 12, 2013   Reply →

      I would do both and try to get J-stew back in a couple weeks

  • timewasted87 September 11, 2013   Reply →

    Hi Guys,

    I got an offer – A. Boldin for his Roddy White. Normally, I would take it, but I also have Julio Jones as my top WR. Current WR core is Julio Jones, Bowe, Boldin, Harvin. His is Green, White, Hopkins, Jefferey.

    So my question is – Would having both Julio Jones and White be bad? And is there a fair trade I should do like Jones/Baldin for Green/white?

    • Ben September 11, 2013   Reply →

      Might want to hold off until it’s clear whether Julio’s absence from practice so far this week has implications for the upcoming game vs STL. It’d be a bummer to be stuck with Roddy and Julio at <100% and Percy away til week 7 (and what will you do in week 6 when your Falcons are on a bye, and all you've got is Dwayne?). That said, you're probably getting the better end of the deal in the long run if you can get AJ and Roddy for Anquan and Julio. Julio only outscored Roddy by 5 points last year (standard scoring), and AJ's healthy, can outplay the best corners, and Red's always looking his direction.

      • timewasted87 September 11, 2013   Reply →

        Good point, I completely forgot about the bye-week. At this point should I still consider Dwayne Bowe higher than Boldin?

        • Ben September 12, 2013   Reply →

          That’s a tough one, especially after last week’s performances. For this week, I’d say yes, Bowe>Boldin, just based on matchups. DAL gave up tons of pts to NYG WRs (tho Smith’s no Eli), while SEA DBs are some of the best in the game and they limited Crabtree, Kaep’s then-fave receiver, to 6.5 pts last year. Beyond this week, I might wait to see how Boldin holds up, although his trade value’s probably never going to be higher than it is right now…

  • Dale September 11, 2013   Reply →

    A guy in my league just dropped Kenbrell Thompkins should I attempt to pick him up and drop either Fred Davis or Emmanuel Sanders, I feel Sanders has upside over Davis and I already have Greg Olson as my number 1 TE so I could just play the match ups when Olson is on a bye week or trade for a TE better than Olson

    • Dale September 11, 2013   Reply →

      Or I could pick up Daniel Thomas

      • timewasted87 September 11, 2013   Reply →

        So if all else being equal, I would pick Thompkins.

  • m3mphi5 September 11, 2013   Reply →

    Just have to say nice touch with the IDP ROULETTE, I have Stephen Gregory locked and ready to go for Thursday. I actually have Devin McCourty in my other DB spot so let the INT’s rain.

  • robzilla September 14, 2013   Reply →

    I have:
    Luck
    lynch, riddly, vareen, L.bell.
    C. Johnson, Dez Bryant, Julio Jones, Amendola, S.johnson, Thompkins
    j.cameron, J.thomas, f.davis
    who would you drop for ben tate?

  • robzilla September 14, 2013   Reply →

    different team:
    Luck, Stafford
    McCoy, Wilson, Richardson, Ball, lamar miller
    AJ green, cruz, Hilton, v.brown
    grahm, j.thomas, A.gates
    anyone droppable for P. harvin?

  • robzilla September 14, 2013   Reply →

    there are 2 flex pos. wr/te in both leagues

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