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Waiver Wire Watch

  • By Jeff Miller on December 3, 2018
    I’m not here to comment on Kareem Hunt the person, only the situation his off-the-field problems have left us with in fantasy.
  • By Jeff Miller on November 26, 2018
    I hope this week’s Waiver Wire Watch finds you comfortably in the playoffs.
  • By Jeff Miller on November 19, 2018
    Back in the Week 9 edition of Waiver Wire Watch I talked about being aggressive with FAAB and your waiver priority. Take what I said then and multiply it by a factor of 10.
  • By Jeff Miller on November 12, 2018
    Week 10 can’t be described in any other way than weird. The Titans crushed the Patriots? Weird. The Browns beat the Falcons? Weird.
  • By Jeff Miller on November 5, 2018
    You made it! Or maybe you didn’t. In that case, you wouldn’t even be reading this, so why am I addressing you? Uh, anyway, the week of six byes is bye-bye, so take a deep breath, relax and enjoy the fruits of my labor with this week’s Waiver Wire Watch.
  • By Jeff Miller on October 29, 2018
    As the weeks tick off, so to do the chances for our FAAB to matter. In most leagues, we have five regular season games to go, leaving players only five games to get injured, five games to break out, five games to produce for your fantasy team.
  • By Jeff Miller on October 22, 2018
    I know most of you come here for the witty intro and skip all the waiver picks, so this may be a bit disappointing, but I am so excited to write about Kenjon Barner, I just can’t wait.
  • By Jeff Miller on October 15, 2018
    It seems like the season started yesterday, but here we are, on the precipice of the halfway mark of the fantasy regular season. And what a regular season it has been, what with all the scoring and stuff. Scoring, you say? Indeed!
  • By Jeff Miller on October 8, 2018
    Week 5 is in the books, and with that, we should have enough information to know what our teams are. Good owners will spend some time Monday and Tuesday analyzing their rosters as objectively as possible, looking for what's working and what isn’t. Ask yourself: Do you have enough depth?
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    By Jeff Miller on October 2, 2018
    The worst part of being a fantasy writer isn’t when people call you out for being wrong and never give you credit for being right. Believe it or not, there is a worse fate: watching games with folks who don’t pay as much attention to football as you do.