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Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 10

Chris Johnson is coming off of a season-best 101 total yards last week
Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 10

One monster bye week down, one to go, or at least that’s a way to describe the fantasy landscape as we enter Week 10 of the NFL season. The good news is that Atlanta, Buffalo, Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay and Tennessee all return to action this week. The downside is that fantasy owners instead will have to make do without Houston, Indianapolis, Minnesota, New England, San Diego and Washington.

Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 9

With six teams on bye each of the next two weeks, Andy Dalton may be available to help your team survive
Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 9

Week 9 may represent the halfway point of the NFL season, but in fantasy football it’s where things really start to get interesting. For starters, the fantasy playoffs are creeping closer with every passing week, which means every game is critical. Add to this the fact that six teams are on bye in Weeks 9 and 10 and it’s shaping up to be one busy week of moves and maneuvers.

 

Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 7

Rueben Randle is set to take over for an injured Victor Cruz as the Giants’ No. 1 wide receiver
Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 7

The injury situation got worse this past Sunday, as the list of key fantasy football players who won’t play in Week 7 only got longer. Victor Cruz and Stevan Ridley are the latest to watch their seasons come to an early end, while A.J. Green and Jimmy Graham are among those expected to miss at least one more game. On top of that, Philadelphia and Tampa Bay are both on bye this week. So what’s a beleaguered fantasy owner to do?

Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 5

Marvin Jones, a top-25 fantasy wide receiver in 2013, appears ready to return from a broken foot
Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 5

It’s Week 5 and hopefully your team survived the first bye of the season. It was certainly a big one with Denver, Seattle, Cincinnati, Arizona, Cleveland and St. Louis all taking a breather. The good news is that this week the only two teams on bye are Miami and Oakland, who need the extra rest to recover from their trip to London.

Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 4

Alex Smith is a top-15 fantasy QB through three games
Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 4

It’s Week 4 of the NFL regular season and not only will Miami and Oakland travel across the pond to play in London, but the byes are upon us! Arizona, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, St. Louis and Seattle all get a breather, putting a lot of offensive (and defensive for that matter) firepower on the bench. This coupled with more injuries to significant players means another busy week for the waiver wire.

 

Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 3

Knile Davis took over for an injured Jamaal Charles on Sunday and rushed for 79 yards and two touchdowns against Denver
Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 3

Injuries and other circumstances have not been kind to fantasy football superstars early this season. Many this week had to make do without any solid contributions from Adrian Peterson, Jamaal Charles, A.J. Green or Robert Griffin III to name a few.

Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 2

Tennessee quarterback Jake Locker impressed in his first game running new head coach Ken Whisenhunt’s offense
Fantasy Football 2014 Waiver Wire: Week 2

The first week of the 2014 NFL regular season is in the books and already many fantasy football general managers are probably experiencing drafter’s remorse. While it’s way too early to give up on superstars or highly drafted players who didn’t produce in their season openers, that doesn’t mean that help or temporary relief can’t be found on your league’s waiver wire.

 

Fantasy Football 2013 Waiver Wire: Week 13

Kendall Wright is a vastly under-owned wide receiver who could be a difference-maker during the fantasy playoffs
Fantasy Football 2013 Waiver Wire: Week 13

With Thanksgiving coming up on Thursday, one thing that fantasy owners have to be thankful for is the end of the bye weeks. All teams will be in action in Week 13, starting with a full plate of games on Thanksgiving Day, as we not only enter the stretch run of the NFL regular season, it’s also nearing fantasy playoffs time.

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