Fantasy Football Week 9 Waiver Wire Advice and Pickups

Week Eight featured fewer injuries and breakout performances than we’ve seen in recent weeks, but it did provide fantasy owners with a sobering reminder that we live in a world where Drew Brees, in a gift-wrapped matchup against a floundering defense, can be outscored by guys like Matt Moore and Matt Painter.

The good news is that we are through most of the bye weeks, and just four teams (Carolina, Detroit, Jacksonville, and Minnesota) are off in Week Nine.  While most of those teams haven’t racked up many wins, there are some big fantasy names on those rosters for which owners may need a replacement.

fantasy football week 9 waiver wire pickups advice

As always, players listed here are owned in fewer than 50 percent of Yahoo! leagues.

Fantasy Football Week 9 Waiver Wire Pickups: Quarterback

Kevin Kolb (46%), Arizona

I’m not putting Kolb on here because he played well on Sunday, because, well, he didn’t.  However, the Cardinals face a St. Louis pass defense that has given up multiple touchdown passes in five of seven games.  In fact, the Rams have allowed seven passing scores in their three road games, making Kolb a decent bye week fill-in based solely on the matchup.

Matt Cassel (37%), Kansas City

Since I’m writing this on Sunday night, I can’t speak to Cassel’s Week Eight performance, but I can speak for the quality of his next few matchups.  The Chiefs face Miami, Denver, and New England during weeks 9, 10, and 11, and those just so happen to be the three defenses who allow the most points to opposing fantasy quarterbacks.

andy-dalton-fantasy-football-week-9-waiver-wire-pickups-adviceAndy Dalton (37%), Cincinnati

The Red Rifle now has two total touchdowns in three of his past four games, and my belief in him is undeterred by his two picks on Sunday, as they were made while he was being aggressive down the field.  His matchup against Tennessee next week is decent, given that the Titans have allowed at least 250 passing yards and/or multiple TD passes in five straight games.  What looks even better than that are Dalton’s fantasy playoff dates with St. Louis and Arizona.

Sam Bradford (29%), St. Louis

As I have mentioned the last couple weeks, Bradford still has some great matchups remaining on the schedule, starting with this week’s game against Arizona who has routinely been torched by opposing signal callers.  Keep an eye on his injury status this week to see if his ankle will allow him to take advantage of the deficiencies in the Cardinal secondary.

Carson Palmer (27%), Oakland

Like Kevin Kolb, let’s file this one under the “I know he played like Ryan Leaf the last time you saw him, but look at the matchup!” category.  Palmer used the bye week to develop timing with his new teammates, and he’ll face a Broncos defense allowing the most points to fantasy quarterbacks this year.  He’s worth a gamble if you’re looking for a one week fill-in for the likes of Matthew Stafford or Cam Newton.

Fantasy Football Week 9 Waiver Wire Pickups: Running Back

Bernard Scott (42%), Cincinnati

Obviously Cedric Benson will be back next week, but Scott had some decent runs against a stout Seattle run defense and finished with 76 yards on the ground.  That isn’t enough to take the starting job from Benson, but it should be enough to get him a few more touches.  As is the case with Dalton, there are some great matchups to round out the year, making Scott a decent option to stash on your bench in the interim.

Maurice Morris (35%), Detroit (bye)

With Jahvid Best still out with a concussion, Morris had another solid game with 65 total yards and a short rushing TD.  He outplayed Keiland Williams by a fairly wide margin this week and would again be the starter if Best still isn’t recovered following Detroit’s bye.  As I have mentioned before, Best is far from the picture of health, which makes Morris a valuable handcuff.

roy-helu-fantasy-football-week-9-waiver-wire-advice-pickupsRoy Helu (32%), Washington

After the last couple weeks Ryan Torain is dead to me, and I wouldn’t be shocked if Mike Shanahan shared that sentiment.  That said, you never really know what’s going through Shanahan’s head, so the fact that Helu didn’t receive a single carry in Sunday’s loss to Buffalo means virtually nothing.  Consequently, it isn’t beyond the realm of possibility that Helu gets a shot as the starter sometime between now and the end of the season.

Javon Ringer (6%), Tennessee

It was Ringer, and not well-paid mega bust Chris Johnson, who was taking fourth quarter handoffs against the Colts.  Johnson remained woefully ineffective, and while the offensive line didn’t do either back any favors, Ringer clearly looked like the better runner.  After the game Mike Munchak alluded to a committee approach going forward, which makes Ringer among the top waiver wire targets.  It’s worth noting he has 12 receptions in the last three games, so he’s an even better option in PPR leagues.  Next week’s matchup against the Bengals isn’t particularly enticing, but there are a number of games looming against teams who struggle to stop the run, starting with Carolina in Week Ten.

Kregg Lumpkin (5%), Tampa Bay

It sounds as though LeGarrette Blount will be back this week, but the Bucs will turn to Lumpkin if he experiences any setbacks.  Even if he doesn’t, Lumpkin is expected to serve as the third-down back, giving him some value in deep PPR leagues.

Lance Ball (1%), Denver

Both Ball and Knowshon Moreno rushed for over 60 yards against the Lions on Sunday, with Ball reaching that mark on just six carries.  If Willis McGahee misses another game next week, Ball is potentially worth a flier given the matchup against an Oakland defense that has given up some big games to running backs earlier this year.

Chris Ogbonnaya (1%), Cleveland

Healthy running backs are pretty tough to come by in Cleveland right now.  Peyton Hillis has missed the last two weeks with a hamstring injury, and backup Montario Hardesty is headed for a MRI on his calf after leaving Sunday’s game.  Ogbonnaya was just signed a couple weeks ago, but he has five receptions in each of his two games with the Browns and ran for 37 yards on 11 carries against the 49ers.  The Cleveland running game hasn’t been too impressive so far this year, but assuming Hillis and/or Hardesty are limited or out, Ogbonnaya stands to be a potential flex option this week, particularly in PPR leagues.

Fantasy Football Week 9 Waiver Wire Pickups: Wide Receiver

Torrey Smith (48%), Baltimore

Smith still hasn’t shown great hands and will continue to be inconsistent, but if Joe Flacco could actually hit him in stride more than once a game, the big play ability is there.  That said, I don’t love the matchup with Pittsburgh this week, but given Baltimore’s remaining schedule, there will be some weeks when you’ll want to roll the dice and get him in your lineup.

Steve Breaston (40%), Kansas City

Similar to Cassel, there’s a lot to like about his upcoming schedule, particularly given his consistency in recent weeks.

michael-crabtree-fantasy-football-week-9-waiver-wire-advice-pickupsMichael Crabtree (40%), San Francisco

I’ve been hyping Crabtree for a few weeks now, and on Sunday he came through with his first touchdown of the season to go with five receptions and 54 yards.  His foot continues to look healthy, and his rapport with Alex Smith is growing.  Crabtree now has at least five receptions in three of the last four weeks and has a number of favorable matchups over the latter half of the season.

Doug Baldwin (28%), Seattle

Like anyone who watched or attended it, Baldwin just wanted to forget about his week seven game against Cleveland.  He bounced back this week after being shutout against the Browns, catching five passes for 73 yards in a loss to Cincinnati.  Baldwin has at least five catches in three of the last four games and will continue to factor prominently in the Seattle passing game (yes, that actually exists) given what seems to be solid chemistry with Tarvaris Jackson.

Early Doucet (24%), Arizona

For the most part, the yardage hasn’t been there for Doucet, but he does have a TD grab in each of the last two games.  As I mentioned with Kolb, the matchup against St. Louis is enticing, which makes Doucet a possible one week fill-in if you are in a bind.

Damian Williams (2%), Tennessee

Williams has shown decent chemistry with Matt Hasselbeck after Kenny Britt went down, catching TD passes in weeks four and five and posting 60 yards against the Colts on Sunday.  Hasselbeck is really spreading the ball around, so no one player is going to assume Britt’s role as the go-to guy.  Still, Williams is a decent red zone target and has a few good matchups left on the slate.

Greg Salas (1%), St. Louis

After a less than inspiring start to his NFL career, Salas continues to play well out of the slot in St. Louis.  He caught five passes for 47 yards and seems to have put his early drops behind him.  As I mentioned with Bradford, the schedule gets much easier, making Salas an intriguing option in PPR leagues.

Fantasy Football Week 9 Waiver Wire Pickups: Tight End

Jake Ballard (30%), New York Giants

Ballard is now averaging 60 receiving yards with a pair of touchdowns over the past four weeks.  The Patriots have shown vulnerability against the pass, and tight ends have done some damage against them in their last two games.  At this point, Ballard doesn’t look like a flash in the pan and is firmly entrenched as a TE2 going forward.

Scott Chandler (26%), Buffalo

After posting four catches for nine yards over the last three games, it seemed that the honeymoon was over for Chandler owners.  He caught just two passes on Sunday, but both went for touchdowns in Buffalo’s win over the Redskins.  Despite his gaudy TD total, Chandler has more than two receptions just once this season, making him a risky play against a Jets defense that has allowed only one score to opposing tight ends.

Marcedes Lewis (22%), Jacksonville (bye)

Even after his four-catch, 45-yard performance on Sunday, he’s not a guy to run out and grab.  However, the Jags made a concerted effort to get him the ball with nine targets, which is a good sign for one of last season’s breakout performers at the position.

Brent Celek (10%), Philadelphia

After a disappointing 2010 season and a painfully slow start to this one, Celek caught seven passes for 94 yards and a score against Dallas Sunday night.  He now has a touchdown in two straight games and faces a Bears defense that has been vulnerable to opposing tight ends this season, allowing an average of over six receptions and 70 yards per game with six touchdowns.

Streaming Defense(s) of the Week

Atlanta (20%) at Indianapolis

At this point of the season, I think it goes without saying that you want to grab the defense facing Indy.

Kansas City (19%) vs. Miami

The Chiefs showed against Oakland that they can take advantage of poor offensive line and quarterback play against an inferior team.  That formula should work again versus the Dolphins, who almost forgot to suck for Luck on Sunday.

Update: The Week 9 Start/Sit column is posted. Check it out.

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Comments

  1. eViL-PORCUPINE says:

    Hi Andy…. is Antonio Brown worth a grab? I didn't see him on your list. If so… would you drop Reggie Wayne for him?

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      I did not include Brown since he's owned in over 50% of Yahoo leagues, but I have listed him a few times in the past and really like him. Not sure who your other options to drop are, but I would strongly consider it. Wayne's upside is pretty limited with Painter at QB.

      • eViL-PORCUPINE says:

        Here's my roster ::

        QB :: Cam / Stafford (both on bye)
        RB :: McCoy / MLD / Wells / Mathews / Daniel THomas
        WR :: Smith (CAR) / Julio JOnes / Nate Washington / Reggie Wayne
        TE :: J-Finley / Ballard (will drop Ballard for a fill in QB [Bradford?]
        K :: Kasay
        DEF :: Bengals

        What would you do to upgrade week 9?

        • Andy Bottoms says:

          I definitely think Brown could help you at WR, so dropping Wayne or Washington would work. Agree on dropping Ballard for a QB, just keep an eye on Bradford's status. I have him in a 2QB league and really need him to get healthy since Stafford is one of my other QBs!

          • eViL-PORCUPINE says:

            Reports are saying they will ease Bradford in… plus with Feeley doing well there is no reason to rush him in. What do you think as Cassel at home vs MIA? Might be a trap game…? NOT…lol!!!

          • Andy Bottoms says:

            Definitely like the Cassel matchup, safer than Bradford at this point.

          • QB Andy Dalton (CIN-QB)
            QB Ryan Fitzpatr… (BUF-QB)
            RB Ryan Torain (WAS-RB)
            RB LeSean McCoy (PHI-Rb
            WR Greg Jennings (GB-WR)
            WR Roddy White (ATL-WR)
            TE Jake Ballard (NYG-TE)
            FLEX Heath Miller (PIT-TE)
            FLEX Mike Wallace (PIT-WR)
            DST Browns (CLE-DST)
            hers my roster who should i keep and who should i get rid of

  2. Hey Guys,
    in a ppr league:i have
    QB – Vick
    RB – Greene
    RB Starks-mcgahee-jacobs
    WR – AJ
    WR Welker
    TE – Finlay
    Flex – Washington – J Ballard – Gaffney – Breaston

    Is there any trade bait here for a 2nd tier rb/good wr or should i go what i have and mix and match my RB 2 and flex spot?

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      I would agree you need to upgrade, although to some extent that depends on the number of teams in your league. Washington is coming off of a decent game, so maybe you can package him with one of those RBs to upgrade. What RB/WR are on the waiver wire in your league?

  3. John Mostacci says:

    Hi Jerod: I am glad week 8 is over 3 & 5 and the theme of week 8 was:
    When it ToRAINS to pours. Times 4.
    **I have a team that the WW period is Tonight. This team has 3 IR spots that I have to
    balance before I can make moves and bring up AJ and get my kicker Seabass back.
    ***ROSTER: Ryan/Stafford**McFAD, Mendy, Wells, Torain, Moreno, Morris**
    WRs : Austin , Bryant, Williams TB. S Rice ** Graham, Whitten, DAL, Rackers***
    **IR ((BEST, IVORY, A Johnson))
    QUESTION: I need to drop IVORY and one more, WHO). Torain??
    Thanks JMOST

    Need DEF tonight ATL, KC, CARDS vs STL and I have DAL vs SEA DO STAY

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      As for who to drop, can you drop Rackers? I wouldn't carry two kickers. Otherwise it's between Torain and Moreno for me. I don't like either one would tend to lean toward dropping Moreno since McGahee is due back soon. On the defenses, I like Atlanta of that group, with Dallas not far behind them for next week.

  4. cant sleep says:

    who do you start pitts vs balt kc vs miami or atlanta vs indy on d do i drop gresham vs balt to get celek vs nyg for week 11 is helu worth keeping or choice gonna be the guy wr do i go with lloyd green and fitzy to start 3 got tb williams and harvin on bench. Rbs start 2 addai matthews helu and shonne greene thanks

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      A lot of questions here, let me know if I miss any. On D, I would go Atlanta this week based on the matchup. Wouldn't drop Gresham yet but keep an eye on the injury. Hang on to Helu. Those look like your best 3 WR. RBs go with Mathews and Greene, but keep an eye on Mathews' health and the Washington backfield.

  5. Ben-Jam-In says:

    Hey guys, I am in a bit of a bind this week as Stafford is on his bye week. who do you suggest I pick up to replace him? my options are Dalton, McCoy, Smith, Kolb, Cassel, and Sanchez.

    thanks in advance for your help
    Ben-Jam-In

  6. who will put up good numbers this week from each postion

  7. qbs wrs rb te and flex

  8. Ben-Jam-In says:

    Hey guys I have an open RB spot on my roster and the possible people who can fill it are Mendenhall, Battle, and an injured McFadden. do you think McFadden will be a go for Sunday? who do you suggest I use as a plan B in case he sits?

    thanks,

    Ben-Jam-In

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      You should get a better idea once the Raiders hold a couple practices this week, but I am guessing he plays. If not, I would go with Mendenhall even in a tough matchup.

  9. QB Andy Dalton (CIN-QB)
    QB Ryan Fitzpatr… (BUF-QB)
    RB Ryan Torain (WAS-RB)
    RB LeSean McCoy (PHI-Rb
    WR Greg Jennings (GB-WR)
    WR Roddy White (ATL-WR)
    TE Jake Ballard (NYG-TE)
    FLEX Heath Miller (PIT-TE)
    FLEX Mike Wallace (PIT-WR)
    DST Browns (CLE-DST)
    hers my roster who should i keep and who should i get rid of

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      I'd drop the Cleveland defense for sure and potentially Torain depending on who is out there. Not sure you need to carry two tight ends either, but again, hard to say based on who else is available at other positions.

  10. eViL-PORCUPINE says:

    Would you drop the Bengals D or NY-Jets D to cover for injury prone Ryan Mathews?!!! I have so many BYE's and injuries! Here is my roster in this league :: 10 Team PPR

    QB :: Schaub
    2WR :: Julio JONes / Colston
    2RB :: Forte / ???
    FLex :: S-Greene
    TE :: Owen Daniels
    K :: Kasay
    D :: Jets

    Bench :: Stafford (bye) / Megatron (bye) / Steve Smith (bye) / Peterson (bye) / J-Best (bye-inj) / Ryan Mathews (INJ) / Bengals D

    I really don't want to drop either D. Should I just run without a WR2 / Flex this week?

    • turner

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      Not sure who there is to pick up, but you almost don't have a choice. I'd hold out for a few days to get updates on Mathews then pick someone up later if you have to.

      • eViL-PORCUPINE says:

        Hey Andt… early reports don't look good at all for Mathews. Kevin Ace of SD Tribune reports he would be out. Sucks! I guess I can move Greene in the RB2 slot therefore giving me more options opening up the flex spot. Available on waivers

        RB :: Helu / Addai / Ringer / Jacobs (could be good if Bradshaw is out)
        WR :: DHB / Manningham / Knox / Breaston / Crabtree

        Which one to grab and which D to drop?

        • Andy Bottoms says:

          I'd go with Manningham against the terrible NE pass D. On the defenses, I guess drop Cincinnati. As I recall they have some tougher games coming up.

  11. John Mostacci says:

    Tough Torain this week (3 &5), Time to pick for the long haul (std )
    Have 8 Teams and ranking will help answer question on several teams.
    1)WW rank top 4 long term ((Maningham, A. Brown, BEY, Cruz, Crabtree, S. Rice and Little))
    2)Rank top 3 long term ((Seabass, Crosby, Akers, Bailey, Bryant, Lindell, Nugent))
    3)Rank ((F. Davis , Gonzo, Pettigrew, Gronkowski, Hernandez
    Regards JMOST

  12. John Mostacci says:

    STD)
    1) Rank top 3 this week and any worth keeping long term or
    Continue to stream. (( NO, DAL, ATL, KC, OAK, CIN))
    2)Ringer or Tolbert or Torain
    3)Grisham or Cook for bye week
    4)Have Freeman/Fitz Anyone better this WWire (( Knob, Bradford, Jackson, A. Smith)
    Thanks JMOST

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      1) ATL, OAK, KC – I pretty much always stream so I would go with that. Especially with byes almost over, the options will be there
      2) Tolbert, Ringer, Torain
      3) Gresham but watch injury report
      4) I'd roll with one of the guys you have. Kolb and Bradford have good matchups but health a concern for both.

  13. who do i drop out of bench players to pick up atlanta defense i have detroit and pitts right now but thinking of getting atlanta cause pitts play balt and detroit has bye i got tampa (williams) harvin gresham helu and addai what would you do

  14. when does the sit start go up

  15. IS IT WORTH LOOKING AT Chris Ogbonnaya FOR A 1 WEEK PATCH JOB?
    RIGHT NOW I AM STARTING STARKS AND GREENE.
    MY FLEX IS BETWEEN MCGAHEE, JAKE BALLARD OR NATE WASHINGTON.

    • After looking at the matchup…CLE vs HOU it does not look good for any CLE RB against HOU…they do not give up too many rushing TD or Yards to RB…D Mac and Forster were held under 70 yards.

  16. what qbs would put up good points this week like 20+

  17. Ben-Jam-In says:

    Hey guys, I have Sproles this week in my flex spot and I just added Faulk from waivers who got a lot of touches his first game back. Do you suggest putting Fulk in the flex spot this week? or keep sproles?

    thanks,
    Ben-Jam-In

  18. Hey there, I'm currently in first place in my league but I probably don't deserve to be. Some of my players have been duds this year so I wanted to get some of your help for my lineup.

    QB: Brees
    WR: DJAX
    WR: Bouldin
    RB: C Johnson (?)
    TE: O Daniels (should I grab Celek off waivers?)
    W/R: J Battle
    K: Janikowski
    DEF: BAL

    BN: MJD (bye), J Jones, L Tomlinson, Romo, Harvin, N Novak (K)

    I kept Novak in case Sebas doesn't make it this week, but will dump him if it looks like he will play.

    Thanks for your help!

  19. Eli Manning (NYG-QB) QB Matt Ryan (ATL-QB)

    RB Beanie Wells (ARI-RB)

    RB Michael Turner (ATL-RB)

    WR Plaxico Burress (NYJ-WR)

    WR Julio Jones (ATL-WR)

    TE Jake Ballard (NYG-TE)

    OthersPos Name Salary

    FLEX LaDainian Tom… (NYJ-RB)

    FLEX Jerome Simpson (CIN-WR)

    DST Raiders (OAK-DST)

    who should i kept who should i get rid of and who should i trade that person for

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      This is a little tough to answer without all the details on your league, the waiver wire, etc. As far as guys to upgrade, I am not huge on Simpson, and Burress has high trade value now given his 3 TD game. You could definitely use some depth at WR.

    • well i use draftstreet

  20. QB Eli Manning (NYG-QB) QB Matt Ryan (ATL-QB)
    RB Beanie Wells (ARI-RB)
    RB LaDainian Tom… (NYJ-RB)
    ReceiversPos Name Salary
    WR Jonathan Bald… (KC-WR)
    WR Julio Jones (ATL-WR)
    TE Jake Ballard (NYG-TE)

    FLEX Michael Turner (ATL-RB)
    FLEX Chris Johnson (TEN-RB)
    DST Raiders (OAK-DST)
    hows this who should i keep how should i get rid of and who should i replace that person with i use draft street

  21. well stevie johnson put up good numbers this week or should i sit him

    • This is a very tough matchup for him. It's not an automatic sit, because he can score any week, but depending on your alternatives I would *want* to sit him if I had other WRs good enough to warrant it.

  22. QB Tony Romo (DAL-QB) $14,818
    QB Mark Sanchez (NYJ-QB) $12,930
    RB Darren Sproles (NO-RB)
    RB Chris Johnson (TEN-RB)
    WR Julio Jones (ATL-WR)
    WR Roddy White (ATL-WR)
    TE Tony Gonzalez (ATL-TE)
    OthersPos Name Salary
    FLEX LeSean McCoy (PHI-RB)
    FLEX Austin Collie (IND-WR)
    DST Chargers (SD-DST)
    who should i keep and who should i get rid of and who should i replay with that person i got rid of
    i use draft street

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      Unfortunately, I don't use draft street so I'm not sure what help I can be other than to refer you to our rankings and start/sit articles.

    • Well, I'll say that unless Chris Johnson is free, I'd get rid of him. You simply can't trust him right now and he's given no indication that anything will turn around. I do like both Romo and Sanchez to have good weeks this week, and both ATL WRs should be solid too.

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