NFL Week 9 Waiver Wire Adds

Running Back:

Kenyan Drake- 23.9% owned– With Jay Ajayi traded to the Eagles, Drake becomes the Dolphins starting running back. Although he hasn’t done much this season, he’s shown before he can run the ball effectively. I would definitely consider Drake as an RB2 or FLEX if you have players on a bye and need a quick fill in.


Darren McFadden- 49.9% owned– Now that Ezekiel Elliott is finally suspended Darren McFadden is a must add. He’ll take the starting role for the next six games and with Dallas’s offensive line, McFadden will look just like Zeke out there. Heck, I could run for the Cowboys and still succeed. That line is amazing.


Wide Receiver:

Sterling Shepard- 62.4% owned– It might be surprising to see Shepard on this list, considering he was owned by the majority of fantasy teams. But since he went down with a leg injury, most teams dropped him thinking he was done for the season. I would definitely pick him up considering he’s already more than proved he can put up points and he’s the only decent receiver the Giants will have for the remainder of the season.


Robby Anderson- 37.9% owned- Anderson has put up at least nine points the past three games. Because of his speed, he’s a good deep threat and reminds me of Will Fuller. McCown will keep targeting him as he’s worked his way up to a top receiver on this weak Jets team.


Tight End:

Vernon Davis- 29.8% owned- Davis will most likely be getting the start once again for the injury riddled Jordan Reed, and of course that means more targets. Davis is not only a threat to catch the ball but he’s also a threat to run with it too. He’s an odd type of tight end that can make defenders miss with the ball in his possession. If you’re in need of a spot-starter tight end, Davis is your man.  



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