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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 13

Jim Saranteas @thefantasygreek
11/29/2019 4:49PM ET

With the bye weeks officially over in Week 13, the fantasy football waiver wire will largely reflect numerous streaming options. There are several waiver wire adds that could help those fantasy football team owners missing players because of injury. If you need a quarterback, and you’re in a deep league, the pick-ups will likely be slim. However, if you need a player at any other position, especially at tight end, you should be in pretty shape to find a bye week plug-and-play. In shallower leagues, you’ll get what you want.

 

Last week’s deep sleepers who you can pick-up this week off the waiver wire: Benny Snell.

 

Don’t add a player to your fantasy football team if you don’t need one. “(S)” indicates a streaming option this week.

 

QUARTERBACKS

 

1          Ryan Tannehill, Titans

2          Sam Darnold (S), Jets

3          Nick Foles (S), Jaguars

4          Kyle Allen, Panthers 

5          Jacoby Brissett, Colts

6          Andy Dalton, Bengals

7          Mitch Trubisky (S), Bears

8          Devin Hodges (S), Steelers

 

Sam Darnold is a great streaming option this week against the Bengals.

 

RUNNING BACKS

 

1          Jonathan Williams, Colts

2          Benny Snell, Steelers

3          Bo Scarbrough, Lions

4          Tarik Cohen (S), Bears

5          Qadree Ollison, Falcons

6          Derrius Guice (S), Redskins

7          Royce Freeman (S), Broncos

 

Anytime you have an opportunity to add a starting running back off the waiver wire, it’s almost automatic that he is your top add. If you added Jonathan Williams last week like we told you to, you were rewarded with 121 all-purpose yards and a score. Williams is still available in about 40% of leagues. Benny Snell should remain the Steelers top running back option for the foreseeable future as will Bo Scarbrough for the Lions. Qadree Ollison looks to have taken over the starting running back position for the Falcons too at least until Devonta Freeman gets healthy.

 

Wide Receivers

 

1          Tyler Boyd (S), Bengals

2          Christian Kirk, Cardinals

3          Deebo Samuel, 49ers

4          Will Fuller, Texans

5          Randall Cobb, Cowboys

6          Dede Westbrook (S), Jaguars

7          Sammy Watkins (S), Chiefs

8          Auden Tate (S). Bengals

9          Corey Davis, Titans

10        Darius Slayton, Giants

11        Mecole Hardman (S), Chiefs

 

Plenty of options in most leagues. Surprised so many good wide receivers are still available in many leagues.

 

Again, it’s time to add Randall Cobb. He’s looked great physically and is fitting in nicely on the Cowboys offense.

 

Tight Ends

 

1          Delanie Walker, Titans

2          Gerald Everett (S), Rams

3          Jack Doyle (S), Colts

4          Ryan Griffin, Jets

5          Dallas Goedert, Eagles

6          Kyle Rudolph (S), Vikings

7          Jacob Hollister, Seahawks

8          Dawson Knox (S), Bills

9          Kaden Smith (S), Giants

10        Tyler Higbee (S), Rams

 

Defenses

 

1          Eagles (v. Dolphins)

2          Panthers (v. Redskins)

3          Jets (v. Bengals)

4          Packers (v. Giants)

5          Browns (v. Steelers)

 

FOR WEEK 13: Jets (v. Dolphins)

 

Lots of options this week on the waiver wire. Defenses referenced above each play teams that have either struggled this season or are having problems producing offense due to injuries or poor play. Any defense playing the Dolphins is a solid play this season.

 

WEEK 13 INJURY REPORT

 

WEEK 12 PLAYER RANKINGS

 

WEEK 12 DEEP SLEEPERS