Wicked Waiver Adds

You will notice some of my adds are the same as other “experts” some are not. I play PPR and tend to look at my adds from that perspective. With that in mind I have a section weekly for Running Backs specifically for PPR. I really like Louis Murphy, Cadet and Cunningham, probably more than anyone else does, because I am a PPR guy.

RB Adds:
Tre Mason – Starter for the Rams, I think he holds on to this position, as he is the most explosive runner of the selection in St. Louis. If the Rams are behind though, and they will be, his touches will be limited. So if you play PPR check out Cunningham.

Bryce Brown & Anthony Dixon – Brown has more talent and will probably have more long term value as he will take on Spiller’s role. Dixon may have really good value until Jackson comes back. I like Brown he has proven for a short sting in Philly he can produce. You can add Brown to the RB PPR list too.

Chris Ivory – I really like Ivory in standard. The guy is having a great season thus far, he does split carries with CJ?K but he is starting to dominate that split.

Denard Robinson – Number 1 RB for the Jags this week is Robinson. He had a cushy match up and capitalized.

RB PPR Adds:
Benny Cunningham – Third down back and the best on his team in pass protection and catching the football. IF you pick up Mason look at their schedule, in PPR this guy will be more valuable the nest 3 to 4 weeks.

Travaris Cadet – 15 catches in the last 3 games. He was already cutting into Thomas’s workload. Now he has that all to himself. I like him until Thomas comes back then this back field is a really messy four headed beast to avoid.

WR Adds:
Doug Baldwin – The number 1 WR in Seattle. Needs to be owned, but this offense spreads it around.

Brandon LaFell – Another offense that spreads it around. But Brady appears to be trusting LaFell a lot lately.

Louis Murphy – Only a few people seem really high on Murphy, I am one of them. He has produced in the 3 games he has played in Tampa. 27 targets, 16 receptions 206 yards and 2 TDs. That is solid production, especially in PPR.

TE Adds:
Gavin Escobar – Cutting into Witten’s workload and stealing the TDs. He is emerging when other TEs are falling by the wayside.

Dwayne Allen – This guy just keeps on catching TDs. We cannot ignore this, he is a big red zone target for Andrew Luck.

QB Adds:
Carson Palmer – The guy has lots of weapons and a pass friendly offense. He also has a good defense to keep getting him the ball back. I like him as a borderline QB1 the rest of the way. If you need a bye week fill in or you are streaming QBs he is a must add.

Kyle Orton – I love what he has been doing thus far. If you need QB help.

Ryan Tannehill – Been producing since week 3. The guy is getting it done, but you can’t expect him to every week. He has Jacksonville next in a nice match up.

Defense Team Adds:
Philadelphia – Top defense and still gets dropped in some leagues

Miami – They play Jacksonville next, need I say anything else?

Dump that Bitch:
Keenan Allen – Getting targets and doing next to nothing with them. Forget the name because if it was anyone else you would have already dropped him. The love affair for this guy is starting to kill me. The offense he is in spreads it around a lot, the best he will do is tease you with a nice week now and then.  I hate being teased, well most of the time.

Pierre Thomas – Not looking like he will catch 70 passes this season (even when he is back). The Saints backfield is going to be ugly when he gets back. Um hello, sausage fest here.  Time to leave this party.

Zac Stacey – Really you still have him rostered? He is not good for you, he is not good for anyone.  Let him go, just let him go.

Torrey Smith – Trade him NOW, yes right now. His value will not get higher. Another offense that is going to spread the ball around. If you can’t handle him at his worst you don’t deserve him at his best, is that how the saying goes? Well in fantasy if I can’t handle your shitty weeks I just dump your ass, like any other relationship. Bye Bye Torrey!!!


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