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PostPosted: 12 Jan 2019 02:49:20    Post subject:  Fantasy football Week 6 waiver wire: 5 players you need to t
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Here we are in the thick of the fantasy season — near the midway point. Breakouts and waiver wire steals keep getting harder to find
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, but there are a few values out there to be had. I won’t list Taylor Gabriel officially in this week’s post — he was listed last week but had a bye in Week 5 — but if he went unnoticed and is still available on waivers — probable, he’s only rostered in 19 percent of Yahoo leagues — he’s worth an add.Now for the official waiver-wire targets for Week 6:Robby Anderson, WR, New York JetsRostered - Yahoo: 35 percent | ESPN: 41.9 percentIt took the Jets five weeks, but they finally figured out Robby Anderson can be a useful piece to include in the offense. Anderson had a 41-yard touchdown reception in Week 1 then his production and target share dropped off. Against Denver on Sunday, Anderson had three catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns on five targets. He’s not going to put up those numbers all the time, but Anderson should be a threat to score deep any time the Jets go to him. The question will be if the Jets will keep going to him. If he’s a consistent target in the passing game, he’ll be well worth an add someone had already cut bait with him in your league.Wendell Smallwood, RB, Philadelphia EaglesRostered - Yahoo: 7 percent | ESPN: 7.5 percentWith Jay Ajayi placed on injured reserve Monday, the Eagles are currently looking at a running back by committee for the foreseeable future. While that’s usually a mess for fantasy purposes, Smallwood could be a short-term answer. With Corey Clement out on Sunday, Smallwood had three receptions for 44 yards and a touchdown. He split time with Ajayi on the field — 49 percent of the snaps each — and could in the favorite to get more work as the Eagles have a short week to prepare for a Thursday night game against the Giants. Smallwood might not be a great long-term play, but if you’re either desperate or deep enough to take a flier, Smallwood could have some value over the next few weeks as the Eagles figure out what to do for the rest of the season.Keke Coutee, WR, Houston TexansRostered - Yahoo: 34 percent | ESPN: 19.6 percentIf you waited a week to see of Keke Coutee’s production could be sustained and he’s still sitting on waivers, strike now. Over the past two weeks, Coutee has 22 targets, 17 receptions
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, 160 yards, and a touchdown. Houston is a team that is going to pass often — Deshaun Watson has 40 attempts in each of the past three games — and the Texans have already shown they want to find ways to get Coutee the ball, even in an offense with DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller. Over the past two games, Coutee has a target share of 25.6 percent. That’s a high upside play still available in nearly 70 percent of Yahoo leagues and 80 percent of ESPN leagues.Kyle Jusczyzk, RB, San Francisco 49ersRostered - Yahoo: 0 percent | ESPN: 0.8 percentNo one rosters fullbacks in fantasy, but Jusczyzk isn’t exactly a typical fullback. He’s more of an H-back playing for a coach who loves to scheme him open in the passing game. With Matt Brieda’s status questionable with what at least is not a high ankle sprain, Jusczyzk could be in line for more playing time even as Alfred Morris takes over the lead back role. In PPR leagues, Jusczyzk has more fantasy points than Morris. He got six receptions on seven targets for 75 yards in Week 5 when the 49ers needed production at running back when trailing. Geoff Swaim, TE, Dallas CowboysRostered - Yahoo: 9 percent | ESPN: 7.3 percentTight end has been a wasteland over the past few weeks. This past week in start/sit, I literally told you to start whoever was healthy. The Dallas passing offense might not be one you’re super excited to latch on to, but he was second on the team with three targets against Houston — for 55 yards — and had five and seven targets over the previous two games. There’s not a lot of upside there, but again if you’re desperate — there’s a theme here — he’ll get at least some volume for a position that has been highly volatile this year.Giants vs. Saints: Giants’ DC James Bettcher knows “great challenge” awaits “Great challenge this week.”That is how New York Giants defensive coordinator James Bettcher on Thursday described facing quarterback Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.The Saints are second in the league in scoring at 34.7 points per game. Brees is completing 80.6 percent of his passes, has set the league record for career completions and is 418 yards from passing Peyton Manning to become all-time leader in career passing yards.Bettcher said that while Brees has done so far this season is a “rare and special thing” in the NFL.“Really an offense that collectively has been one of the top five offenses for a while. They’ve [Brees and coach Sean Payton] been together for over a decade, they’ve called a lot of plays, run a lot of plays together. You can see that.”“It going to be a great challenge.”Like the Giants have the duo of Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham Jr., the Saints have the outstanding running back-wide receiver combination of Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas. Bettcher was asked about controlling those two players.Alvin KamaraThe running back exploded on the scene for the Saints last season after being selected in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He had 1,554 yards from scrimmage (728 rushing, 826 receiving). He scored 13 touchdowns.This season
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, Kamara has 141 rushing yards and 289 receiving yards that puts him on pace for 2,293 yards from scrimmage. Kamara’s 30 receptions leads NFL running backs.Bettcher called Kamara a “really special player” and said “They’re gonna find way to target him and get him touches.”The defensive coordinator said there is no specific way to match up against Kamara, who does more of his damage as a receiver than runner.“At the end of the day we have to play fundamentally sound football,” he said. “There‘s no perfect call to get one guy on him every snap of the game.”Michael ThomasThe third-year wide receiver has 38 receptions this season in 40 targets from Brees, an astounding 95 percent catch rate. Thomas caught 104 passes for 1,245 yards last season, and has surpassed 1,000 receiving yards in each of his first two seasons.The Saints move the 6-foot-3, 212-pound Thomas around, often in the slot and sometimes outside to create matchup issues. The Saints have, in face, lined Thomas up in the slot 22.8 percent of the time this season.“Thomas is another really talented receiver on the perimeter. Really strong hands at the point,” Bettcher said.“They’re going to move him, put him all over the field. There’s special plays that are designed to get him touches, just like Kamara. Might be in the slot, it might be the X in the back side of 3x1 a few times as the Z.“Anywhere they put him you’ve gotta be aware they put him you’ve gotta be aware he’s a focal point.”Eli Apple appears unlikely to play Sunday. He missed last week’s game vs. the Houston Texans with a groin injury and has yet to practice this week. The Giants could have Janoris Jenkins shadow Thomas.Linebacker Olivier Vernon has practiced twice this week and might be healthy enough to make his debut on Sunday as he recovers from a high ankle sprain.“You’re talking about a very special player playing on the edge,” Bettcher said. “We’d love to have him and when we do get him back whether that’s this week or in the future we’ll be excited to have him back.”
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