Tuesday, October 14, 2014

6 Waiver Wire pickups for Week 7



Each week there are players who get hurt, under-perform, or simply don’t live up to the hype. With those players, comes players from out of the woodwork to take their spots. This is a list of players for you to snag up on the Waiver Wire for your year-long fantasy team.
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1. D/ST- Cleveland Browns-


The Browns are coming off of a game where they held Big Ben and Co. to 10 measly points. They are facing the winless Jags this Sunday in Jacksonville and could very well produce yet another great defensive game for your team. I believe they will be the top defensive pick up this week and have a chance at helping secure a victory.
Week 6 Stats: 2 sacks, 1 INT

2. WR- Andre Holmes (Raiders)-



Playing on a winless team has its perks. You'll almost always be playing from behind so the QB will most likely be tossing the ball a ton. The Raiders, with an interim coach, actually almost pulled off a win and Holmes was a big factor in the offense. I think Holmes will be the most-targeted WR on the waiver wire this week.
Week 6 Stats: 4 receptions, 121 yards, 2 TDs 

 3. RB- Antone Smith (Falcons)-



Smith isn’t a household name yet, but a couple more breakout plays and he might be a well-known name. Smith only had 2 rushing attempts for 5 yards but his value comes as a pass-catching back. Smith now has 5 TDs this season and they have been monster runs. He has TDs with the following yardages: 74, 54, 48, 41, 38 yards.
Week 6 Stats: 2 rushes, 5 yards, 4 catches, 41 yards, 1 TD.

4. WR- Brandon LaFell (Patriots)-


LaFell had a heck of a week 6. He might be Tom Brady’s go-to WR1 for the future. He’s less than 10% owned and will be scooped up this week. He has now had 2 big games out of 6, but the Patriots were struggling in every game that he has had a dud. Look for LaFell to continue his dominance against a Jet’s secondary this Thursday.
Week 6 Stats: 5 receptions, 103 yards, 1 TD

5. WR- Malcom Floyd (Chargers)-



Philip Rivers has the same dilemma as Peyton Manning regarding WR options. In San Diego, there’s Eddie Royal, Keenan Allen, and now Malcom Floyd. Floyd has really only 1 bad game so far this season and that was against Seattle’s defense. Floyd now has 3 TDs on the year to go along with 362 receiving yards. Look for him to beat the Chiefs secondary this coming Sunday.
Week 6 Stats: 5 receptions, 103 yards, 1 TD

 6. RB- Brandon Bolden (Patriots)-


Ridley is most likely out for the season and Bolden could step up into a role and see more touches than Vereen who has been a pretty big disappointment so far. Bolden is also on special teams, so if your year-long leagues give points for returns, Bolden could be a dual-threat. His stats are skewed with the lack of playing time until the injury to Ridley.
Week 6 Stats: 6 rushes, 10 yards
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