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Fantasy Football 2019: Waiver Wire Week 13 Pick ups

Fantasy Football 2019: Waiver Wire Week 13 Pick ups

Waiver Group: May be available to you (ownership above 50% Lower than 90%) 

QB: BUF Josh Allen (82%), CLE Baker Mayfield (71%)

RB: GB Jamal Williams (66%), CLE Kareem Hunt (85%), PHI Miles Sanders (73%), WAS Derrius Guice (55%), TB Ronald Jones (74%), NO Latavius Murray (71%)

WR: CAR Curtis Samuel (76%),SEA DK MetCalf ( 85%),SF Deebo Samuel (55%), NYJ Robbie Anderson (49%), HOU WIll Fuller (63%)

TE: NONE (Anyone who shouldn’t be there then pick them up!) 

Waiver Group: Should be available to you (ownership under 50%) 

Quarterbacks 

TEN Ryan Tannehill  (25%) –. If you want a quarterback that has score no less than 18 fantasy points in the last six weeks then Tannehill is your guy.  He seemed to have found himself in Tennessee and has been playing very well. His next four matchups are quarterback friendly so expect him to continue is successful season. 

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NYJ Sam Donald (28%) – No one has been more successful over the last three weeks than Sam Donald. He has three straight 20 point performances now and should continue the success this week vs the Bengals. If Donald is available in leagues then he could help you win a championship. 

Other Group of QBs: MIA Ryan Fitzpatrick (7%), CAR Kyle Allen (18%), JAX Nick Foles (28%)

Fitzapatrick has the ability to pick up 20 pick games and with three good matchups coming up. He has solid streamer value. Allen had a solid bounce back game and gets three winning matchups on deck for him in fantasy. Foles also had good matchups especially with the Bucs in week 13 

Running Backs

IND Jonathan Williams (44%) – Williams came in big last week with over 15 fantasy points vs the Texans. He will be the lead back going into week 13 with Marlon Mack out. If you are in need of a back this week then go take advantage of his opportunity. My only concern is that Mack will be back at some point but at least this week, he could be big. 

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SEA Rashaad Penny (17%)- Penny took advantage of his opportunity in week 12 as he went for over 100 yards after Chris Carson’s fumbling. Time to pick him up if Seattle decides to make a change. The team loves Carson but if the fumbling problems continue then they make need to make the switch. 

Other Group of RBs: SF Raheem Mostert (10%), PIT Benny Snell (4%), ATL Qadree Ollison (0%), Min Alexander Mattison (20%), Dal Tony Pollard (13%), Jax Ryquell Armstead (1%), KC Darrel Williams(5%), DET Bo Scarbrough  (44%), PHI Jay Ajayi (12%)

Mostert continue to have value with Bredia recovering from injury. If James Connor is out for week 13 then Snell is a good add then, Ollison continue to see goal line work and has back to back TDs now.  Mattison, Pollard & Armstread all solid handcuffs. Williams could have a role if Damien Williams is to miss week 13. Scarbrough broke the one week wonder and dominate the carries with 18 on Sunday. Ajayi has value against Miami if Howard remains sidelined. 

Wide Receivers

TEN AJ Brown (16%) – We all know who AJ Brown is at this point of the season but he does have solid matchups coming up. He is leading the team is targets right now and the way this offense is playing, he could be due for another big game during the playoffs. 

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NYG Darius Slayton( 24%) – Slayton had a solid game in week 12 but gets a favorable schedule down the stretch and could be in for some big games. He has great chemistry with Daniel Jones and is the teams’ only real deep threat. Could be in line for more targets too with Golden Tate in concussion protocol. He is solid pickup moving forward. 

Other Group of Wrs: DAL Randell Cobb(35%), KC Mecole Hardman (24%), N’Keal Harry (12%), PIT James Washington (21%), BUF Cole Beasley (29%), ATL Russell Gage (7%) CIN Auden Tate (15%), CIN Alex Erickson (5%). 

Cobb has been playing well and has put himself in the conversation of a weekly FLEX option. Hardman could see an increase in snaps with Hill banged up. Harry finally got his first career TD and could see more playing time with injuries to Sanu & Dorsett. Washington now has four straight games of 50 yards or more. Seems to be the main target now even with JuJU and Johnson around. Beasley has been solid as they have come all season. Beasley should see no underneath cover with defenses focusing on John Brown. Gage has take over as that third target player. Tate and Erickson both get Andy Dalton at QB again.

Tight Ends
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MIN Kyle Rudolph (42%) – Rudolph has really stepped up with the absent of Adam Theilen in the offense.  He has a touchdown in four of the last five games he has played. He gets a Seattle team who just let Zach Ertz go over 100 yards just this past week. I think Rudolph could have a big day to help you secure that playoff spot. 

PHI Dallas Goedert (44%) – Goedert is enjoying more playing time with the lack of wide receivers with the Eagles. He has seen an target increase over the last few weeks and is playing as much as Zach Ertz. He has turned himself into a low-end TE 1 each week now, due to the opportunity he is receiving in this offense. 

Other Group of TE: CLE David Njoku (30%), HOU Darren Fells (35%), MIA Mike Gesicki (12%), IND Jack Doyle (38%),

Njoku is coming back off injury but does have that connection with Mayfield. Fells and Gesicki is a serviceable TEs. Doyle is an interesting option with Ebron out for the season. He does have solid matchups now the stretch and could be worth a grab now.  

Deeper League 

DEN Brandon Allen

BAL Gus Edwards

OAK Jalen Richard

IND Hyheim Hines 

MIA Patrick Laird 

ARI Chase Edmonds 

ARI Andy Isabella 

MIA Allen Hurns 

CHI Anthony Miller

NYJ Demaryius Thomas 

JAX Chris Conley 

Many I mentioned above. In deeper leagues, look towards handcuffs as an injury could happen at any time. Listen to the TimeSkew Podcast for even more players! 

Fantasy Football 2019: Waiver Wire Week 13 Pick ups

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