Waiver Wire Finds Week 12


These are potential waiver wire players to stash on your bench for the fantasy playoffs or ones that you can plug in for Week 12. Enjoy.


Case Keenum- Owned in 23.7% of ESPN standard leagues, Keenum is facing the Jaguars in Week 11 as well as Week 14.

Ryan Fitzpatrick- He has put together a few decent games this year and he will be facing the Raiders in Week 12 and the Jaguars in Week 16.


Donald Brown- I told fantasy owners to avoid him like the plague when Vick Ballard and Ahmad Bradshaw went down, but the trend for success for a fantasy football running back is their involvement in the passing game. Brown has been showing strong performances lately, and Trent RIchardson has become a project for next season. Brown is currently owned in less than 17% of leagues.

Shane Vereen- He is still only owned in about 73% of ESPN standard leagues, and his 8 receptions for 65 yards on Monday night are a good indication that Vereen is going to be a major part of the Patriot’s offense moving forward. Denver’s defense is 28th against the pass, so look for Vereen to have a nice Week 12.


Kendall Wright- Wright hasn’t been a sexy option this year, but he has been extremely consistent. He has only had 1 touchdown which came in Week 2, but he has caught the ball for at least 60 yards since week 5, and if would have received a few more touchdowns, we are looking at a top 10 wide receiver. I think he is going to be a sneaky option for next year if he still stays a little bit under the radar. He will be facing some lackluster defenses in the next few weeks, so being only owned in 38% of leagues means that you might want to give him a chance on your bench or in Week 12 against the Raiders.


Delanie Walker- The Raiders give up some big points to Texans tight end Garrett Graham(136 yards and a touchdown), and Walker has had some nice fantasy production scoring owners 12 points in Week 10 and 15 points against the Colts in Week 11. Much like Kendall Wright, look for Walker to have a nice schedule that could lead to some high fantasy production.

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