Semanates from championship in the NFL Fantasy. There is always the dilemma of “continuing with your horses that brought you here” or looking for a favorable duel, as happened in week 16, in which Cam Akers came out of nowhere to be the best runner, with 34.7 points, more than Dalvin Cook, Aaron Jones, Josh Jacobs and Nick Chubb COMBINED.
It’s not from last week. Reviewing the results of the championship week 2021the 17th, we have boston scott like the RB3, Jaret Patterson like the RB9, guys like Kristian Wilkerson, Antoine Wesley and Cyril Grayson in the Top 15 receivers. Some, no one had, but others show that the waivers they can be the difference between bringing home the championship or not. I will never forget Tyler Thigpen in 2018 or when Johnny Manziel cost me a title. For each other.
The point is that there are duels, especially in rotation positions such as QB, TE and Defensewhich can be searched for, in addition to casualties to cover due to injuries and favorable duels.
As every week, we present the best options in the waiver wirewith at least 50% availability in the fantasy of nfl.com. And the ‘futureo’ is almost 100% over: the waiver is only players that he will use as starters this week.
Cam Akers (Rams, 60.6%): What a surprise, it’s RB1 this week with his three scores. The Rams have run well the past month and go against the Chargers, an attackable run defense. There is a way to be RB2.
Tyler Allgeier (Falcons, 17.3%): and no Cordarrelle has been Atlanta’s main RB the past two weeks. He has been snapping 49% or more for three weeks. Arizona is a favorable duel.
Gus Edwards (Ravens, 10.4%): JK Dobbins didn’t finish the game against Atlanta, so the ‘Bus’ will be left with Lamar or Huntley in the backfield. We will have to wait for the status of Dobbins.
Zack Moss (Colts, 23.1%): Deon Jackson counted for virtually no Monday against the Chargers. Moss ran well as the game was even with 65 yards. Volume alone gives it a chance to be a flex.
Jahan Dotson (Commanders, 7.8%): another who responded with a great week after appearing on the last waiver.
Richie James (Giants, 3.6%): I’ve been saying for months that somebody’s got to catch passes in New York. It used to be for Darius Slayton (26%), but James has been more searched for Danny Dimes the last weeks: 30-302-3 vs 25-383-0. More volume and more participation in the red zone, although fewer total yards. He has the highest floor to be Flex in PPR leagues in championship week.
Jakobi Meyers (Patriots, 55.4%): Missing the failed synapse against the Raiders, Meyers is the Patriots’ most sought-after receiver this year. Against Cincy, after injuries to TE Henry and Smith, Kendrick Bourne stole the spotlight (129 total yards, 6 receptions, 1 TD), but Meyers was not far behind (6-83-1). They are going against Miami, who cannot be run, but has a lousy perimeter and against whom he gave 10.2 points in week 1. There is an option for Flex almost WR2.
Tyler Conklin (Jets, 36.6%): a shot into the air because he has played more than Uzomah in the last month, plus Mike White returns to give this game a minimum of competition for passing, and Miguelito Blanco threw to him 18 times in his three starts, catching 10 for 87 yards. Nothing remarkable, but Seattle is a monstrosity against the position and perhaps the first TD since week 8.
Cole Kmet (Bears, 57.0%): another prayer looking for a TD, but they’re going to Detroit, where they can go downstairs all afternoon. Detroit is an attackable defense for opposing TEs: Kmet put 23.40 points on them in week 10.
Gardner Minshew (Eagles, 8.7%): there is no clarity on what Philly is going to do with Jalen Hurts. There is a universe in which they keep it for the rest of the season, hoping that ‘El Bigote’ wins one of the last two to secure the home in the NFC. He comes from giving 22.7 points, making us look good for recommending him last Monday. And we’re going to mention it again.
Daniel Jones (Giants, 55.6%): They host the Colts. You always have to be aware of the weather, but in vital games to enter the Playoffs, surely run more, giving QB9 a high floor this year and in week 16.
Jared Goff (Lions, 60.0%): also somewhat above 50%, but playing at home against Chicago. Even in the cold, he gave 25.7 points the week before. The only risk is that they will take an early lead and leave the runners in charge of finishing the clock.
Teddy Bridgewater (Dolphins, 0.3%): Regrettably, Tua entered concussion protocol after a hit against the Packers. Aim not to play again this year. That leaves a hole in a very QB-friendly offense. Teddy had 10.82 points in relief against Cincy and 18.16 against Minnesota. New England, despite Belichick’s reputation, isn’t the best defense.
One of my favorite strategies is rotate defenses, attacking the bad teams in the league. Basically if every week you use a unit that goes against a bad team, you have a top defense. This year, the teams that give the most points to the opposing defenses are being Colts, Texans, Broncos, Rams, Saints and Bears, plus there are injuries and bad weather to take into account.
Giants (5.0%): Not a good defense in reality or fantasy, but the Colts are coming out of the dome to go to New York. Sacks and maybe deliveries on the horizon, like against the Chargers on Monday.
Steelers (24.7%): the duel against Baltimore is always close and few points. Chances are you’ll have a good day, even if Lamar Jackson comes back, because outside of Mark Andrews, no one intimidates you from that air game.
Chiefs (69.0%): if it is available, it goes before the tear that is Denver.
Chargers (38.6%): I could almost bet the Rams aren’t going to score 51 points over the past two weeks, when their previous high was 31 against Atlanta in Week 2. Herbert won’t give the ball away like Russ and that would lead to trying to run behind that bad offensive line. , in which sacks and deliveries could arrive. He could give a day like Green Bay in week 15, out of 11 points.
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