NFL Week 14 Waiver Wire Steals

Most people dream of winning their fantasy playoff matchups and taking home the cup. Listed Below, are five waiver wire steals that can turn that dream into a reality.

 

Aaron Jones-(Owned in 50.9% of ESPN leagues)

 

Even though he hardly played this Sunday, Aaron Jones was still able to score a game winning touchdown in overtime. This week, as a featured back for the Packers, Jones will completely pumble the Cleveland Browns. With Aaron Rodgers and Ty Montgomery still hurt, Aaron Jones will be in line for huge workload.

 

Jermaine Kearse-(Owned in 46.6% of ESPN leagues)

 

The past two weeks have been solid for Kearse, as he has scored of 20 fantasy points and seems very much on page with Josh McCown. This week, Kearse will look to light up the struggling Denver Broncos

 

Peyton Barber-(Owned in 17.2% of ESPN leagues)

 

In place of Doug Martin last week, Barber balled out, rushing for 102 yards. This week, Barber looks to have another solid performance against a Detroit Lions defense that has let up the 4th most amount of PPR points this season.

 

Dede Westbrook-(Owned in 14.6% of ESPN leagues)

 

In place of all the injuries in jacksonville, Westbrook has established himself as a solid target for Blake Bortles. This week, he should be relied on against a broken up Seahawks secondary.

Stephen Anderson-(Owned in 12.5% of ESPN leagues)

 

Tight end is a big part of the Houston offense and with the recent injury to starting tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz, Stephen Anderson is expected to carry a heavy workload. Last week, he had 79 yards and 1 touchdown. This week, against the 49ers, he should be expected to have another solid game.

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