Monday, December 3, 2012

Top 5 Waiver Wire pickups for week 14

Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 14: Top 5 Players To Pick Up After Week 13

By Brian Ethridge - Posted: 12/03/12 11:11AM EST
Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson (Photo: Reuters)
With most of the week 13 2012 NFL football games in the record books, it is time to enhance your fantasy football rosters for the playoffs and week 14. Without wasting too much of your precious time, here are the top 5 players you should consider adding on your waiver wire for the fantasy football playoffs in just a couple of weeks.

1: Donnie Avery, WR, Indianapolis Colts.
Donnie Avery has become one of Andrew Luck's most trusted targets, especially in the red zone. On Sunday he caught two touchdown passes including the game winner. Not only should you pick Avery up if he is available in any of your leagues, he can be used as a flex play if you need him.
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2: Russell Wilson, QB, Seattle Seahawks.
With the Seattle Seahawks still in the playoff hunt if they continue to win, Pete Carroll is opening up the playbook and letting Russell Wilson take control of the offense. This could mean a ton of fantasy football points for those who own Wilson in any of their leagues.

3: Dallas Clark, TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Dallas Clark is one of the best backup tight ends that you could ask for on a fantasy football roster. We would not recommend starting him if you don't have to. However, don't feel bad if you are forced to play him. He will put up respectable numbers regardless of who the Bucs are playing.

4: Rod Streater, WR, Oakland Raiders.
Rod Streater is fast and the Oakland Raiders love speed. It also helps that they are usually playing from behind and slinging the football 40+ yards down the field.

5: Peyton Hillis, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
It looks like the Kansas City Chiefs will continue to give Peyton Hillis a higher workload for the rest of the season. We would not recommend starting him, but if you have to it's possible that he could always score a touchdown or two since he is clearly their short yardage back.

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