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NFL Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Wednesday: Week 6

NFL Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Wednesday: Week 6

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Quarterback

Josh McCown – McCown is owned in less than 5% of ESPN leagues, so he’s likely sitting on your waiver wire.  If the byes are banging up your QB position, McCown is an excellent fill-in against a beatable Patriots defense.

Case Keenum – Sam Bradford struggled through the first half against the Bears on Monday Night Football and clearly isn’t ready to return from his mysterious knee injury.  Keenum came in for the 2nd half and immediately lit a spark in the offense.  Keenum is a solid play on a Vikings offense with weapons on the outside in Diggs and Thielen.

Kevin Hogan – Deshone Kizer was benched Sunday against the Jets.  Hogan came in and completed 16 of 19 passes for 194 yards and two TDs.  There’s no way coach Hue Jackson can stick with Kizer.  Snag Hogan if your desperate at the QB position this week.




 

Running Back

Marlon Mack – Colts coach Chuck Pagano is stated that he plans to get Mack more involved in the Colts offense after the speedsters 9-91-1 line that he generated against the 49ers on Sunday.  A juicy matchup against the beatable Titans defense on Monday Night Football could be his national coming-out party.

Aaron Jones – If Jones is still available in your leagues, lock him up.




 

Wide Receiver

Will Fuller – Fuller is owned in less than 55% of fantasy leagues.  Since his return from a broken collar bone, Fuller has scored 4 TDs in 2 games.  With rookie DeShaun Watson lighting up the league, Fuller is in line for a monster 2017.

Devin Funchess – Funchess and Cam have developed a nice rapport.  With Greg Olson out for a few more weeks and Kelvin Benjamin banged up, Funchess is in line for an expanded workload over the next few weeks.




 

Tight End

Ed Dickson – Dickson looked more like Greg Olson than Ed Dickson Sunday as the Panthers backup TE registered a 5-175 line against the Lions.  Dickson is a solid play until Olson returns for IR in as early as 4 weeks.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins – ASJ has registered at least 4 receptions in each game he’s played this season.  He lit up the Browns Sunday for six catches and a TD and has a juicy matchup this weekend against Patriots.  Take Advantage.

 

Streaming Defenses

Redskins

Falcons

Texans

Colts

 

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