The 2013 fantasy football waiver wire continues to slim down as the playoffs near. So, it’s obviously much more difficult to find a legitimate replacement when needing a bye-week filler or want to try and upgrade at a specific position. The good news is that talent does remain, along with recent production to back it […]
Nearing the final stretch of the 2013 fantasy football season, it’s make or break time in Week 9.
Those atop your league will be looking to cement a top spot in the rankings, which could also mean a bye week. Then there are those fighting for a playoff opportunity, which is where the waiver wire plays an even greater role.
Here, we check out those potential adds for Week 9.
Now on the back half of the 2013 fantasy football season (in most leagues), every week becomes increasingly important for waiver wire adds.
After all, the last thing anyone wants is to miss out on the postseason. Putting the best efforts toward reaching the fake football playoffs and extending your season will make 2013 more exciting and fun to watch.
So let’s check of Week 8’s waiver wire adds.
Now that we’re on the back half of the 2013 fantasy football season, waiver wire adds become increasingly important.
Entering the halfway point of most regular seasons in the 2013 Fantasy Football world, it’s time to go on a run.
Whether you’re in strong position for the postseason or are still in the middle of the pack, the season’s second half is where the important momentum will be gained. As for the waiver wire, we must keep a close watch on it every week because injuries and/or a lack of production is always a concern for non-star players.
On the brink of Week 5 in the 2013 fantasy football season, the waiver wire continues to change.
Three weeks in and the 2013 fantasy football waiver wire will continue to rev up the intensity.
Since injuries and/or lack of production do occur, and not every player on your roster will always put up sexy stats, so you should always keep an eye on waivers. Depth at each position ultimately becomes the determining factor, especially in 10/12-team leagues.
The fantasy football waiver wire continues to build up as each week becomes increasingly important.
Winning now obviously saves you from headaches later and that can only occur by making key roster adjustments as the year moves onward. Everyone has a few, if not more, star players which isn’t much of an advantage. It’s the deeper rosters where everyone scores consistently that develop consistency.
Week 1 of the NFL season is almost completely behind us, which means fantasy football is in full swing. It’s time to take a look at guys you must add for Week 2 to keep your season rolling.
You’re probably about to have one of the last games (if not THE last game) of your season this weekend. Playoff implication and seeding are on the line (or you just love playing the role of spoiler). Here is some waiver wire advice that can help give you a leg up on the competition.
Week 10 has created so many question marks for teams heading in to Week 11. The biggest of all being at the quarterback position with injuries to the dominant Jay Cutler, Alex Smith, Ben Roethlisberger, and Michael Vick. Let’s get to it!
Do you own RGIII? How about Larry Fitzgerald? Has Percy Harvin’s injury left you without a WR for two weeks? Or maybe you have the worst fate of all for Week 10: you own mostly Packers. No matter what fantasy ailment you’re afflicted with this week, we can find a cure for you.
New England, San Francisco, St. Louis, and the Jets are on their bye-week. While Vernon Davis owners can probably use the break, many of you have holes that need to be filled. Won’t you let me fill your line-up and your soul?
We’re halfway there! Playoff spots will begin to be locked up in the coming weeks, and you don’t want to be caught on the wrong side after Week 12. Place your mouse on the link, and your hand in mine, as we gallivant down the aisles of the waiver wire.
Whether you’re making a playoff push, fighting from the basement, or trying to maintain your elite team, I’ve got you covered for Week 6. Including your fill-in defense and kicking needs.