Wed. Dec 11th, 2019

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Week 12 Dynasty Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Targets

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Jonathan Williams, IND, RB: Less Than 3% Owned

Waiver Wire Priority: Medium
FAAB Budget Recommendation: 15%

Heading towards being a high priority pickup, Williams is definitely worth the add for someone in need of a running back. Marlon Mack went down with a fractured right hand which means Williams and Nyheim Hines will carry the load. With Jordan Wilkins already nursing an ankle injury, it seems like the other two will have a leg up in the race for totes. Pick him up with confidence if you can, but we have another option if you miss out.

Tony Pollard, DAL, RB: Less than 13% Owned

Waiver Wire Priority: Low
FAAB Budget Recommendation: 8%

That other option is one of my draft darlings from last year, Tony Pollard. Sort of hidden in a Darrell Henderson Jr led backfield, Pollard showed bits and pieces of what he showed against Detroit on Sunday. Why he showed up in this blurb is because of the ridiculous fact that he is less than 13% owned and he should be way more owned when it comes to dynasty. Pick him up and stash him or use him!


John Ross, CIN, WR: Less than 8% Owned

Waiver Wire Priority: Low
FAAB Budget Recommendation: 15%

We know what he can do. We know how fast he is. He just has to put it together. He’s becoming my fantasy care project similar to Eric Ebron. He has the skill to be a great asset as a WR2 or WR3, he just has to figure out how to be smarter with his speed. Due to come off of IR soon, go get him. This is a lot less about this year and more about next.


Jeff Driskel, DET, QB: Less than 5% Owned

Waiver Wire Priority: Low
FAAB Budget Recommendation: 5-8%

We’re going to try stay hot with our QB selections and suggest Jeff Driskel. Matt Stafford will be out for a few more weeks healing up and Driskel has been a fine replacement. He’s had games of 18 and 27 points versus Chicago and Dallas, look for him to continue with his next 2 games against Washington and Chicago again.

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