- With Week 10 on the horizon, it's time to work on the waiver wire in your fantasy football league.
- We're going position by position in the NFL, with 13 players signed up for next weekend.
- Jeff Wilson Jr., Darnell Mooney and the Seahawks' defense are solid targets for next week.
Jeff Wilson Jr., RB, Miami Dolphins
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:44,9 %
Stats week 9:51 rushing yards, 3 receptions, 21 receiving yards, 1 touchdown – 16.2 Fantasy-Punkte
One thing you should know:Jeff Wilson Jr. likely dropped in a few leagues after the 49ers traded Christian McCaffrey, leaving Wilson temporarily without a spot on offense. But San Francisco went a step further and traded Wilson to Miami, where he impressed in his first game. Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel worked with Wilson in San Francisco to learn what type of player the running back is and seems ready to use him.
Cordarrelle Patterson, RB, Atlanta Falcons
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:83,3 %
Stats week 9:44 rushing yards, 1 receiving, 9 receiving yards, 2 touchdowns: 18.3 fantasy points
One thing you should know:Cordarrelle Patterson is still widely used, but this week was his first game back from a season on IR. If your league doesn't have IR spots to hide injured players, chances are they're available because someone had to give up a roster spot and forgot to put them back in the roster. Always worth a double check.
Tyler Allgeier, RB, Atlanta Falcons
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:67,2 %
Stats week 9:99 rushing yards, 1 receiving, 24 receiving yards: 13.3 fantasy points
One thing you should know:While the return of Cordarrelle Patterson is certainly a shot at Tyler Allgeier's fantasy value, Allgeier appears to have done enough in Patterson's absence to retain a role in the Falcons' offense. Atlanta runs the ball 33.5 times per game, more than all but two NFL teams. On Sunday against the Chargers, Allgeier had 10 carries to Patterson's 13. There is a lot to do in Atlanta.
Deon Jackson, RB, Indianapolis Colts
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:70%
Stats week 9:23 rushing yards, 2 receptions, 13 receiving yards – 5.6 Fantasiepunkte
One thing you should know:Deon Jackson's workload should pick up a bit thanks to the departure of Nyheim Hines from Indianapolis, and if Jonathan Taylor is lost to another injury, Jackson has top-10 fantasy potential later in the season. Week after week, he probably isn't the best player you want in your lineup, but there's a chance he could be a league winner at some point.
Joshua Palmer, WR, Los Angeles Chargers
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:67,3 %
Stats week 9:8 receptions, 106 reception yards - 18.6 fantasy points
One thing you should know:The Chargers' receiving corps has been plagued by injuries this year, with Keenan Allen and Mike Williams missing significant time. In his absence, Joshua Palmer has proven ready, willing and able to shoulder the load. With 17 catches on 22 targets in his last two games, Palmer is one of the best targets on an offense that can rack up quite a few points.
Darnell Mooney, WR, Chicago Bears
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:72,3 %
Stats week 9:7 receptions, 43 receiving yards, 1 touchdown – 17.5 Fantasy-Punkte
One thing you should know:Early in the season, Darnell Mooney was a player with a lot of potential but little value as the Bears refused to throw the ball. Now that Chicago seems to be opening up the playbook a bit for quarterback Justin Fields, Mooney has a chance to put up big numbers.
Terrasse Marshall Jr., WR, Carolina Panthers
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:8%
Stats week 9:3 receptions, 53 receiving yards, 1 touchdown – 14.3 Fantasy-Punkte
One thing you should know:It's hard to root for Fantasy players who play bad offenses, but Terrace Marshall Jr. has now posted double-digit fantasy points in two straight weeks with two different quarterbacks playing for the Carolina Snaps.
Chris Moore, WR, Texanos de Houston
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:0,2 %
Stats week 9:4 receptions, 43 receiving yards, 1 touchdown – 14.5 Fantasy-Punkte
One thing you should know:Again, involving fantasy players in bad NFL offenses is never fun, but with Brandin Cooks seemingly frustrated with the Texans, there will be catches and Chris Moore could be the beneficiary.
Cole Kmet, TE, Chicago Bears
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:27,3 %
Stats week 9:5 receptions, 41 receiving yards, 2 touchdowns – 22 Fantasy-Punkte
One thing you should know:The Bears' offense looked better Sunday than it had in years. If Chicago does finally get some touchdowns, tight end Cole Kmet will be a valuable target in the red zone.
Greg Dulcich, TE, Denver Broncos
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:29,5 %
Stats week 9:N / A
One thing you should know:The Denver Broncos were bye last week, so this is just a reminder to take tight end Greg Dulcich. While he didn't make his first start until a few weeks into the season, Dulcich immediately established himself as one of the most important parts of a Broncos offense looking for a spark, scoring at least 11 fantasy points in his three openings. Year.
Justin Fields, QB, Chicago Bears
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:46,8 %
Stats week 9:123 passing yards, 3 passing TDs, 178 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD – 42.7 Fantasy-Punkte
One thing you should know:For a year and a half, the minds behind Chicago's offense kept Justin Fields. Just a few weeks after I finally realized, well, maybe it's a good idea to let this guy run for a bit, he broke the record for rushing yards by a quarterback in a single game. Given the added value of dual-threat quarterbacks in fantasy, Fields could be a great player if the Bears remain determined to let him play with his feet.
Arizona Cardinals defense
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:11,2 %
Stats week 9:1 touchdown, 1 interception, 2 sacks, 31 points against - 6 fantasy points
One thing you should know:The Cardinals defense has had four touchdowns in their last four games. Next week they face a Rams team in turmoil after losing four of their last five games and scoring 14 points or fewer in all four losses.
Seattle Seahawks defenseman
ESPN Fantasy % on roster:25,1 %
Stats week 9:1 fumble recovery, 5 sacks, 15 points vs - 10 fantasy points
One thing you should know:The Seahawks were one of the worst offenses in the NFL earlier in the year, but they've found something in recent weeks, holding their last four opponents to an average of just 13.0 points per game.
Who are the top fantasy football players Week 13? ›
- Week 13 Yays: Lamar Jackson (QB1), Latavius Murray (RB17), Tyler Lockett (WR9), Diontae Johnson (WR17)
- Week 13 Nays: Mike White (QB25), Jamal Williams (RB29), Justin Jefferson (WR11), Chris Olave (WR28)
Wilson has seven more red-zone carries than Mostert this season, so it's a dicey proposition. If you have these two backs and must start one of them, then Mostert is the better play because he's been the featured runner over the last two games.Who to start at Flex Week 13? ›
- Austin Ekeler, RB, LAC (at LV)
- Josh Jacobs, RB, LV (vs. LAC)
- Tyreek Hill, WR, MIA (at SF)
- Justin Jefferson, WR, MIN (vs. NYJ)
- Rhamondre Stevenson, RB, NE (at BUF)
- Stefon Diggs, WR, BUF (at NE)
- Davante Adams, WR, LV (vs. LAC)
- Nick Chubb, RB, CLE (at HOU)
|QB Tier||QB Rank||Player Name|
|1||1||Patrick Mahomes II|
NFL Power Rankings, Week 13: Philadelphia Eagles reclaim No. 1 spot; San Francisco 49ers hit top three.Is it OK to start 2 WR from the same team? ›
Though it's a risky proposition, doubling down with a pair of wide receivers from the same NFL team on a fantasy roster isn't the worst thing in the world if you know what you're doing. It's nowhere near as taboo as playing your starting quarterback vs. your fantasy defense.What WR should I start week 15? ›
- Jalen Hurts Phi. vs. Ten.
- Josh Allen Buf. at N.E.
- Patrick Mahomes K.C. at Cin.
- Justin Herbert L.A.-C at L.V.
- Joe Burrow Cin. vs. K.C.
- Trevor Lawrence Jac. at Det.
- Geno Smith Sea. at L.A.-R.
- Tom Brady T.B. vs. N.O.
Who is the best fantasy player right now? ›
|Rank||Player||NFL Fantasy Experts|
|1||Patrick Mahomes QB - KC||1|
|2||Josh Allen QB - BUF||2|
|3||Joe Burrow QB - CIN||3|
|4||Trevor Lawrence QB - JAX||4|
2022 NFL Week 13 QB Power Rankings: Jalen Hurts, Patrick Mahomes up top; Kirk Cousins, Mac Jones on the rise.Who is the number 1 receiver in fantasy right now? ›