Treylon Burks
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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 13

The fantasy football playoffs are rapidly approaching. Securing late-season wins is crucial to enhancing your team’s chances of qualifying. Our Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 13 will identify which low-rostered players can help you this week and beyond. Here are […]

The fantasy football playoffs are rapidly approaching. Securing late-season wins is crucial to enhancing your team’s chances of qualifying. Our Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 13 will identify which low-rostered players can help you this week and beyond.

Here are the top fantasy-relevant, low-rostered Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 13 free agents to target with FAAB recommendations. Also, keep in mind that a whopping six teams will be on bye next week. Be proactive.

Week 13 byes: Arizona, Carolina

FAAB denotes Free Agent Acquisition Budget

 

Gus Edwards (RB) Baltimore Ravens (20% FAAB) – Returning to the lineup, Edwards played double the snaps of Kenyan Drake and dwarfed all other Baltimore backs in touches. In 36 snaps, Edwards logged 16 carries, one target, and got the Ravens’ touchdown plunge. Although he won’t catch many balls and will lose some TD runs to Lamar Jackson, Edwards is the clear starter. At least he is until J.K. Dobbins (12% FAAB) returns. Rostered in just 40% of ESPN leagues, Edwards should be the top waiver priority for playoff contenders.

Treylon Burks (WR) Tennessee Titans (10%) – Rostered in under 40% of ESPN leagues, Burks should be the top priority for WR-needy fantasy rosters. On Sunday, Burks caught four balls for 70 yards and housed his first career TD. Granted, it was a fumble recovery, but Burks has made an impact in consecutive weeks. Moving forward, Burks should be considered a weekly WR3 with WR2 upside. The first rounder is worth a sizable FAAB bid.

 

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 12

We’ve reached Week 12. The playoffs are getting close and Thursday includes a day filled with food, friends, and football. A great way to kick off this wonderful holiday week is by boosting your roster via the Fantasy Football Waiver […]

We’ve reached Week 12. The playoffs are getting close and Thursday includes a day filled with food, friends, and football. A great way to kick off this wonderful holiday week is by boosting your roster via the Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 12.

Here are the top fantasy-relevant, low-rostered Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 12 free agents to target with FAAB recommendations.

Week 12 byes: NONE

FAAB denotes Free Agent Acquisition Budget

 

Latavius Murray (RB) Denver Broncos (33% FAAB) – What has been a difficult Denver backfield to decode just got much clearer. The struggling Broncos waived Melvin Gordon and Chase Edmonds could miss the rest of the fantasy season. That makes Murray, who just got 21 touches, Denver’s workhorse moving forward. Although the Denver offense leaves a lot to be desired, Murray has looked solid while sharing time. Also, according to FullTime’s Strength of Schedule Tool, the Broncos have a top-10 easiest remaining schedule for running backs.

Samaje Perine (RB) Cincinnati Bengals (20% FAAB) – Placing a strong bid on Perine is a risk/reward venture. First, he’s been productive when given opportunities, especially in Week 11. Secondly, Joe Mixon exited Sunday’s game and is in concussion protocol. However, if Mixon is cleared to return this week, Perine would defer back to his usual 5-7 touch role. But, if Mixon remains out, Perine offers solid weekly RB2 value, Thus, until word drops, Perine is worth a healthy bid to acquire.

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 11

Week 10 was filled with huge performances and great games. There were also impactful injuries and some depth chart changes. FullTime’s Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 11 will guide you through the fallout as we prepare for the playoffs. Here […]

Week 10 was filled with huge performances and great games. There were also impactful injuries and some depth chart changes. FullTime’s Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 11 will guide you through the fallout as we prepare for the playoffs.

Here are the top fantasy-relevant, low-rostered Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 11 free agents to target with FAAB recommendations.

Rachaad White (RB) Tampa Bay (35% FAAB) – Although Tampa won’t be in action in Week 11, White is still worth a substantial bid. The rookie back had his coming out party in Week 10. However, White’s stock has been on the rise for some time. Last week, White logged a season-high 64% snap rate and had his first 100-yard outing. Leonard Fournette (hip) isn’t expected to miss time. But, White has looked like the better player for some time and may very well have situated himself to be Tampa’s main back down the stretch.

Christian Watson (WR) Green Bay Packers (30% FAAB) – Speaking of coming out parties, Watson had the game of his life against a very good Dallas defense. Overcoming another early drop, Watson reeled 4-of-7 targets for 107 yards and three touchdowns. We can’t expect another performance like that but Watson was in on 84% of Green Bay’s snaps. Also, the Packers are desperate for playmakers, which should cement a significant role for Watson moving forward. The second-round rookie should fetch a large price after his eye-opening Week 10.

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 10

It’s hard to believe we are now into double-digit weeks of the 2022 season. The playoffs are now just a month away. The Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 10 is crucial toward the next step: securing that playoff berth. Here […]

It’s hard to believe how quickly the 2022 season is flying by. Further complicating matters is the arrival of those pesky bye weeks. That places added importance on the Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 10.

Here are the top fantasy-relevant, low-rostered free agents to target ahead of Week 10, with FAAB recommendations.

Week 10 byes: Ravens, Bengals, Patriots, Jets

FAAB denotes Free Agent Acquisition Budget

It’s hard to believe we are now into double-digit weeks of the 2022 season. The playoffs are now just a month away. The Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 10 is crucial toward the next step: securing that playoff berth.

Here are the top fantasy-relevant, low-rostered Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 10 free agents to target with FAAB recommendations.

Week 10 byes: Baltimore, Cincinnati, New England, New York Jets

FAAB denotes Free Agent Acquisition Budget

 

Jeff Wilson Jr. (RB) Miami Dolphins (10% FAAB) – There were concerns with Wilson’s usage after he was traded to Miami. But, after one game, it looks more like a happy homecoming. Wilson has been reunited with Raheem Mostert and Mike McDaniel and the results were very encouraging after one game. In his Dolphins debut, Wilson was in on 50% of Miami’s snaps. Wilson turned 12 touches into 72 yards and a score. Still rostered in less than half of ESPN leagues, Wilson has the chance to be a key contributor down the stretch in an explosive offense.

Mecole Hardman (WR) Kansas City Chiefs (9% FAAB) – After a slow start, Hardman has topped 12 fantasy points in four consecutive games. That run has elevated the fourth-year wideout to WR32 for the season. The volume hasn’t always been there but Andy Reid finds creative ways to get the ball into Hardman’s hands. And Hardman found the end zone five times in Kansas City’s past three contests. Only rostered in 36% of ESPN leagues, Hardman should be a priority add in all formats.

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 9

We are now officially into the second half of the 2022 fantasy season. The playoffs are rapidly approaching, making these mid-season tilts must-win games. Our Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 9 will help you improve those odds during this brutal […]

It’s hard to believe how quickly the 2022 season is flying by. Further complicating matters is the arrival of those pesky bye weeks. That places added importance on the Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 9.

Here are the top fantasy-relevant, low-rostered free agents to target ahead of Week 9, with FAAB recommendations.

Week 9 byes: Browns, Cowboys, Broncos, Giants, Steelers, 49ers

FAAB denotes Free Agent Acquisition Budget

 

Devin Duvernay (WR) Baltimore Ravens (10% FAAB) – Despite having five total touchdowns so far in 2022, Duvernay is still un-rostered in close to 70% of ESPN leagues. Although volume is a concern, that is mitigated somewhat by the news that Rashod Bateman re-injured his foot and could miss a month. That makes Duvernay Baltimore’s unquestioned No. 1 wideout. Also, it makes adding him to your roster the top priority ahead of this week’s matchup with New Orleans.

Josh Palmer (WR) Los Angeles Chargers (6% FAAB) – Mike Williams is expected to miss at least four weeks. That means Palmer will be the No. 2 wide receiver in a Chargers’ offense that ranks 4th in passing. No. 1 WR Keenan Allen hasn’t been fully healthy since Week 1. If Allen is still limited, Palmer could be used in as simliar fashion as he was prior to LA’s Week 8 bye. In that game, Palmer snagged 9-of-12 targets for 57 yards.

Kenyan Drake (RB) Baltimore Ravens (5% FAAB) – After Gus Edwards exited Week 8 with a hamstring injury, Drake acted as Baltimore’s feature back. Edwards is questionable heading into Week 9. Consider Drake a solid insurance policy or a nice flex option if Edwards sits.

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 8

It’s hard to believe how quickly the 2022 season is flying by. Further complicating matters is the arrival of those pesky bye weeks. That places added importance on the Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 8. Here are the top fantasy-relevant, […]

It’s hard to believe how quickly the 2022 season is flying by. Further complicating matters is the arrival of those pesky bye weeks. That places added importance on the Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 8.

Here are the top fantasy-relevant, low-rostered free agents to target ahead of Week 8, with FAAB recommendations.

Week 8 byes: Kansas City, Los Angeles Chargers 

FAAB denotes Free Agent Acquisition Budget

Bailey Zappe (QB) New England Patriots (5% FAAB- After Mac Jones threw an interception on his 3rd drive coming back off the ankle injury in Monday Night Football, Coach Belichick benched Jones in favor of Zappe. Zappe threw a 30-yard TD to Jakobi Meyers and a 43-yard completion to DeVante Parker in his first two drives. In his previous two games, Zappe was the 2nd highest-graded QB, per PFF, only behind Josh Allen. Among QBs over that span, Zappe ranks in the top 5 for adjusted completion % and NFL Passer Rating, while also throwing for the 8th most yards during that span. Zappe may not add much with his legs, but he’ll be an interesting QB2 moving forward as long as he starts.

Daniel Jones (QB) New York Giants (5% FAAB)- The 6-1 Giants are cruising under Daniel Jones and their defense. Jones just rushed for 107 yards on 11 carries. This is the third such game Jones has rushed for 68+ yards. He’s the QB9 on the season and showed his ceiling Week 7 against Jacksonville. The Giants get Seattle in Week 8, a defense that gives up 17.9 fantasy points per game and 7th most rush yards to QBs this season. Consider Jones a high-floor QB2, as he’s 34% rostered.

 

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 7

It’s hard to believe how quickly the 2022 season is flying by. Further complicating matters is the arrival of those pesky bye weeks. That places added importance on the Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 7. Here are the top fantasy-relevant, […]

It’s hard to believe how quickly the 2022 season is flying by. Further complicating matters is the arrival of those pesky bye weeks. That places added importance on the Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 7.

 

Here are the top fantasy-relevant, low-rostered free agents to target ahead of Week 7, with FAAB recommendations. Also, don’t forget the Bills, Rams, Vikings, and Eagles are on bye this week.

 

FAAB denotes Free Agent Acquisition Budget

 

Deon Jackson (RB) Indianapolis Colts (20% FAAB) – A recommended add last week, Jackson made the most of his opportunity. Indy’s RB3, Jackson got the spot start and turned 22 touches into 121 scrimmage yards and a score en route to finishing the week as the overall RB1. Of course, the huge concern is Jackson was unable to finish the game with a quad injury. Jackson tweeted after the game that he was “all good,” which is reassuring. However, with Jonathan Taylor tentatively expected back this week, Jackson may have a hard time seeing consistent snaps. Thus, a strong but cautious bid is in order.

 

Brian Robinson (RB) Washington Commanders (13%) – Robinson indeed got the start and led Washington in carries. He wasn’t overly impressive but did manage to punch in a goal-line score. Robinson’s value will be somewhat capped by a lack of targets but he should be added in all formats.

 

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 6

It seems like the 2022 NFL season is flying by. About the only thing keeping up with that brisk pace is roster depletion. The injuries keep mounting up and the Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 6 is vital to helping […]

It seems like the 2022 NFL season is flying by. About the only thing keeping up with that brisk pace is roster depletion. The injuries keep mounting up and the Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 6 is vital to helping you stay proactive.

 

Here are the top fantasy-relevant, low-rostered free agents to target ahead of Week 6, with FAAB recommendations.

FAAB denotes Free Agent Acquisition Budget

 

Kenneth Walker III (RB) Seattle Seahawks (75%+ FAAB) – Another unfortunate injury to Rashaad Penny might have unlocked the biggest acquisition of the 2022 season. Once thrust into action, Walker took every carry for Seattle and played nearly every down. He showed tremendous burst and vision and broke a 69-yard TD. Available in more than half of ESPN leagues, Walker is going to cost a substanisial bid. And, he’s going to be worth it. If the Seahawks continue to look this good, Walker offers league-winning upside.

Taysom Hill (TE) New Orleans Saints (10% FAAB) – Somebody is likely to overbid for Hill bases on last week’s blow-up game. He’s certainly worth a solid bid but proceed with caution. Hill is not drawing targets and his role has increased with Andy Dalton filling in. When Jameis Winston returns, there is no guarantee the Saints will be willing to give as many red-zone snaps to Hill. Cash in while you can, but understand the risk/reward.

 

 

 

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 5

With four games in the books, it’s doubtful anyone has escaped the rash of injuries and disappointing starts. With so many first-rounders underperforming or unavailable, the Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 5 has never been more important. Here are the […]

With four games in the books, it’s doubtful anyone has escaped the rash of injuries and disappointing starts. With so many first-rounders underperforming or unavailable, the Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 5 has never been more important.

Here are the top fantasy-relevant, low-rostered free agents to target ahead of Week 5, with FAAB recommendations.

FAAB denotes Free Agent Acquisition Budget

 

Mike Boone (RB) Denver Broncos (15% FAAB) – Melvin Gordon would be the obvious add but he is rostered in three-quarters of ESPN leagues. Gordon also saw himself benched after another costly fumble. That opened the door for Boone to average 6.7 yards per carry against the Raiders in relief of Javonte Williams. Boone also ran 12 routes to Gordon’s 5. Williams’s season is over with a serious knee injury, so Boone should be a priority add in all formats.

Raheem Mostert (RB) Miami Dolphins (13% FAAB) – Now rostered in 53% of ESPN leagues, Mostert took a real step towards being Miami’s best fantasy RB. He out-snapped Chase Edmonds 46-18 and had 10 more opportunities in Cincinnati. Edmonds will remain involved in the passing game but for now, Mostert looks like the better overall fantasy asset.

 

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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 4

Looking back on Week 3, it feels like it was a remarkable slate of games. Mostly for the wrong reasons. The Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 4 is one of the best ways fantasy managers can improve their odds at […]

Looking back on Week 3, it feels like it was a remarkable slate of games. Mostly for the wrong reasons. The Fantasy Football Waiver Wire: Week 4 is one of the best ways fantasy managers can improve their odds at winning this week and for the remainder of the season.

 

Here are the top fantasy-relevant, low-rostered free agents to target ahead of Week 4, with FAAB recommendations.

FAAB denotes Free Agent Acquisition Budget

 

Khalil Herbert (RB) Chicago Bears (65% FAAB) – Without definite word on the right knee injury to David Montomery, be prepared to go “all in” for Khalil Herbert. Montgomery appeared to twist his knee awkwardly, which often means MCL or PCL damage. It could also be a severe high-ankle sprain. Regardless, it looks like Chicago’s starter will be sidelined for several games and Herbert flashed his RB1 upside. After Montgomery’s exit, Herbert did something Montgomery has never done in the NFL- rushed for 157 yards and two scores. Chicago’s anemic passing attack is historically bad, which means Herbert could see a significant workload for multiple weeks. Be prepared to make a substantial waiver claim, but you just might land an RB1 for the next month or longer.

 

Jamaal Williams (RB) Detroit Lions (55% FAAB) – We’ve been on Williams since this summer, so he’s probably not available in your league. However, he is unrostered in over half of ESPN leagues. Williams already has stand alone weekly value. But, with D’Andre Swift now slated to miss at least two games

 

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