• Waiver Wire

    Top fantasy football pickups, free agents, and waiver wire advice each week to improve your roster and win your fantasy football league

    Moore to live for in Week 11 Pickups

    by  • November 16, 2011 • Waiver Wire • 0 Comments

    It’s getting to be that time. The fantasy playoffs are near. Records are shaking out. If you’re set to make a deep playoff run, you should be reshaping your team to play it’s best fantasy football in Weeks 14-16. Of course, that’s assuming you’re all playing championship games in Week 16, which is the...

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    Thank you Murray much, Week 7 Pickups

    by  • October 18, 2011 • Waiver Wire • 0 Comments

    If you were hurting for a tight end, Week 7 is the week to snatch one up off the waiver wire. Don’t sleep on these options. Tight End Party FRED DAVIS (Redskins) With Chris Cooley shattering his finger (ouch) on Sunday, Davis stands to see a lot more passes his way in this Redskins’...

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    Sorry to Torain on your Week 5 waivers parade

    by  • October 5, 2011 • Waiver Wire • 0 Comments

    Another week down in the NFL season, another crop of new running backs to go after. I’ll run these free agents down in the order I’d target them on the Week 5 waiver wire. Hope the bye weeks treat you kindly these next few weeks. RUNNING BACKS Ryan Torain (Redskins) He’s the most lucrative...

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    Give me Denarius Moore like this Week 2 Waiver Wire

    by  • September 19, 2011 • Waiver Wire • 5 Comments

    What happened this weekend? This happened. But more importantly, here’s a few ways to get your team back into shape. Thomas Jones / Dexter McCluster / Le’Ron McClain The situation in Kansas City doesn’t look great, but if Jamaal Charles gets the dreaded ACL diagnosis we all expect this week, he won’t be taking...

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    On the Waiver Wire: Brian Westbrook LIVES, Week 13 Pickups, and a Massive Collection of Advice to Get Your Team Right for the Fantasy Football Playoffs

    by  • December 1, 2010 • Waiver Wire • 0 Comments

    I hate handcuffing. I always feel like handcuffs are a waste of a roster spot, and I’d rather have a starting running back from another team than carry a guy who doesn’t play just in case my starter goes down. The backups are rarely as good or as big a part of the offense...

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