Tim Tebow, Kahlil Bell and Darrius Heyward-Bey lead the way for championship week
It’s Week 16 — fantasy football championship week for most of you, fantasy semifinals for some. Needless to say, if you’ve made it this far, you are biting your nails on which players you might be able to pick up to help get you that final push and either win a title or get to the title game. Surprisingly, there are still some names, albeit not household names, that could get you there.
Here are about 2,500 words on who can help you. Good luck in the playoffs.
T.J. Yates, Caleb Hanie and Vince Young lead the way this week
The playoffs start for some fantasy football leagues in Week 13, for many more this is the final push to try and secure a spot before the playoffs start. This late into the season, there’s not a whole lot to trust on the waiver wire; they wouldn’t be on there if you could.
The Dolphins quarterback will end his hot streak on turkey day
The rash of quarterback injuries coupled with the play of some fringe quarterbacks that we were not expecting decent games from over the last few weeks, leaves us at a fantasy crossroads on this Thanksgiving Day.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore suits up against Dallas in Week 12 and is one of those crossroads type of players — he’s coming off a good week, you need a QB but it’s unlikely he will get your fantasy week off to a resounding start.
Caleb Hanie, Toby Gerhart and Kevin Smith lead the way in week 12
The bye weeks are finally over and now we can just roll with what we’ve got. But what if injuries and poor play from your roster means you don’t have enough? Well, in an effort to guide you through the playoff push, here’s a look at who will be some of the hot commodities off the fantasy football waiver wire in Week 12. Some of them I think are decent plays for this week and maybe beyond, but most of the wire has players that should probably stay right there.
Laurent Robinson, Chris Ogbonnaya and Roy Helu are the names to get in week 10
We take a bye from the byes for one week before the final four teams get their week off next Sunday. We have our first Thursday night game of the season (Oakland-San Diego) in Week 10. Here are quite a few names you should be able to get off the waiver wire to help you in your efforts to make a playoff push over the final four weeks of the regular season (if you’re postseason begins Week 14).