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Fantasy Football: Week 3 Waiver Wire Pickups

Daily Dr. Roto — September 17, 2019

Waiver Wire for Week 3

Quarterbacks

Mason Rudolph, Pittsburgh Steelers

Rudolph takes over for the injured Big Ben and to be honest I like his upside. He’s big, strong, and a terrific pocket passer. He kind of reminds me of a young Roethlisberger. I still think he’s a couple of years away from being really good, but he might surprise people and is definitely worth a waiver wire pickup.

Teddy Bridgewater, New Orleans Saints

Teddy B had a nightmare performance against the Rams. I know he wasn’t prepared to play in the game, but still, I expected more when he came in. I think there’s some talent here and he does have good skill players around him so if you lost Brees, Bridgewater is certainly worth a pickup.… Continue reading ...

Dallas Cowboys WRs Randall Cobb and Amari Cooper
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Bull Market Fantasy Live: Week 3 Waiver Wire and Week 2 Injury Recap

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Jim Cramer is back talking Fantasy Football after a wild Week 2 in the NFL. Two superstar Quarterbacks, Ben Roethlisberger and Drew Brees went down as did a bunch of running backs and wide receivers. With all the injuries, it’s going to be a crucial week on the Waiver Wire.

Week 2 Injury Review

Jim, along with his team of fantasy football and NFL Mavens, help Fantasy Football players navigate the murky waters of the injury report. In addition to Big Ben and Brees, running backs James Conner, Damien Williams, Devin Singletary, Josh Jacobs, and LeSean McCoy all suffered varying degrees of injuries.… Continue reading ...

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The Dr. Roto Show: Week 2 in Review – Injury City

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Dr. Roto breaks down the latest NFL news affecting the Fantasy Football landscape, including the injuries of Ben Roethlisberger and Drew Brees!

Mason Rudolph

What a huge week for fantasy owners! Firstly, Big Ben’s injury is a tremendous blow to the Steelers as a whole. While I like Mason Rudolph, I still feel that he is about a year away from being “ready.” This obviously hurts the value of JuJu Smith-Schuster quite a bit. Donte Moncrief can be dropped, but James Washington might see an uptick in value since he played college football with Rudolph.Continue reading ...

Big Ben & Brees Hurt
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Big Ben OUT for Season, Drew Brees to Miss Six Weeks

NEWS: Ben Roethlisberger will undergo a season-ending thumb surgery. Pittsburgh’s backup QB is Mason Rudolph.

ANALYSIS: Well folks, first we lost Andrew Luck to retirement. Now Big Ben is out and the injury bug also took a bite out of Drew Brees.

For the Steelers, this may be a knock-out blow to their postseason chances but there’s a reason they play the game every week and so will we. If you’ve lost Roethlisberger, secure the best backup you can if you don’t already have one. If you own a key piece of their offense, like JuJu or Conner, you can expect a dip in their production until Rudolph proves otherwise.Continue reading ...

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Fantasy Football: Dr. Roto’s Week 2 Prescription Notes

For those Fantasy owners who have Bills RB Devin Singletary on their team, just be patient as his day as a starter is coming. The game script against the Giants worked in Frank Gore’s favor, but it’s obvious that Singletary will be the player to own in just a few short weeks.

The only Miami Dolphin that I am remotely willing to own at this point is WR Preston Williams. Everyone else seems to have bailed on the team. There are reports that RB Kenyan Drake might get his wish and be traded. This would increase the value of RB Kalen Ballage a smidge, but not enough to make a Fantasy dent.Continue reading ...