Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Eye On The Prize (Week 16)
Fantasy Football Waiver Wire:
Eye On The Prize (Week 16)
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BEAST NATION: FOOTBALL WEEK 16 CHAMPIONSHIP JOURNEY
Hopefully you have been keeping up with the BEAST DOME Waiver Wire all season.
Isaac Redman (One Week Play).
Mark Ingram (Scored a TD).
John Skelton (sleeper QB)
Joe Flacco (Sleeper QB of the Week)
Danario Alexander (DNX #RideOrDie)
Week 12 Waiver Wire Picks.
Week 14 Waiver Wire Picks
Off due to DSFC
PLAYERS TO ADD FOR WEEK 16
*These Are Players that have not been mentioned who are good sleeper plays if you are very desperate for Week 16.
NICK FOLES – QB – PHI
Nick has done well in good matchups as a starter, this week he gets a good one against a very vulnerable Redskins defense. While I wll definitely not have Nick as a Top 15 QB, he will slid in the bottom of the Rankings. Russell Wilson is of course the much better add at QB, but he was mentioned above in Week 14 as a good QB to own then.
SAM BRADFORD – QB – STL
All Season long Sam has been respectable as a QB without a star core of Fantasy Players surrounding him. Even when Danny Amendola went down, Bradford was able to hang around the QB #20 range, now with Amendola back, Bradford is quickly turning into a reliable QB#2. This week he has a great matchup against a Bucs secondary that has too many problems to count on one hand. While Bradford does not offer consistent ELITE play, this could be a week where we start to see some magic come together.
Jets Fans may stop showing up to games if the team goes with McElroy over Tebow for more than just Week 14. Even Week 14 would be too much as it makes no sense why the Jets do not give him a chance.
Tebow has what it takes to win games. That’s what Jets Fans want to see, and need to see.
DANNY WOODHEAD – RB – NE
There probably are not many names on your waiver wire at this time who start at RB. In fact, Woodhead could be sent back to the bench for the fumbling Stevan Ridley, or we could see Brandon Bolden make his return. Regardless, if you are extremely desperate and plan on looking around the #40 range for a RB, hold the phone and go add Woodhead. Not the best start at all in a championship/playoff game, but someone to add as depth could be a good move if you have the space to do it.
DEXTER MCCLUSTER – WR – KC
Once again, if you are looking for a very deep play this week. DeXter McCluster could be an X-Factor as the Chiefs seemed contempt last week on making him the go-to-guy. While it is certaintly possible the same situation happens again, Jonathan Baldwin is the WR the Chiefs really should be developling as the find someone who can be comparable to Dwayne Bowe. Who is obviously unhappy to be a Chiefs.
NATE WASHINGTON – WR – TEN
It’s always a week-to-week thing with Nate. Simply because Jake Locker has turned from an automatic 250 Yard Passing QB, to about a 120-175 Yard QB. But if there was one option who will definitely get his looks throughout the game, no matter the game. Nate Washington is that man. Playing against the Packers, if you really want a sleeper WR. Nate the Great could be amazing.
DENNIS PITTA – TE – BAL
Time to throw all of your eggs in the Pitta basket. Dennis is quietly racking up #1 TE Fantasy Numbers, until this Sunday when he broke out with a game for the Fantasy Football gods. Dennis is an athletic exciting option that could lead many to championships. Torrey Smith does appear to have a concussion, which means if anything Pitta could be getting even more looks.
I would prefer QB/K.
MASON CROSBY – K – GB
Say what you want about a kicker who used to be the #1 Kicker in all of Fantasy Football by a long shot for multiple years. I still trust Mason Crosby, even with my Fantasy Championship on the line. Although I do not own him, I always can expect FG opportunities every game.
COLTS – D/ST – IND
Fool me once, shame on you, fool me, a fool can’t be fooled again.
Famous words by one of our Ex-Presidents, and famous words for the Colts D/ST who let down my DSFC team with a big minus 1 point. The Colts D/ST is really not a bad unit as many star RBs have had trouble having superstar quality games as of late against this unit. I would take my chance with them against the Chiefs in the Fantasy Football Championship.
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How come the links to the Kicker strategy articles don’t work?
I know this sounds crazy, but should I start Sam Bradford over Peyton Manning? I know it’s crazy, but it looks like its going to be another huge week for Bradford.