Raiders played the 49ers Thursday night in which the 49ers blew the Raiders out of the building but anyways, here we are week 9, I wrote the similar article earlier this week. But here is the who NOT to add version of the week nine waiver wire! Quick one going over the guys you should not add, if you want to read about this weeks top waiver wire targets click here. Also good surprise at end of article!
Jermaine Kearse, with Robby Anderson and Quincy Enunwa back Kearse targets will decrease drastically! Paul Richardson Jr, Alex Smith spreads the ball out evenly but Richardson Jr only sees around 5 targets max a week, plus with the many other weapons on the Redskins offense and Adrian Peterson establishing a good run game Richardson JR is a no no this week. Devante Parker had a big week last week but that is a major reason to not add him no way he continues that production and sees 9 targets for 6 receptions and 134 yards this week, don’t bite on his good game last week, move on!
Same as the last article this does not change, Ito Smith and Javorius Allen provide the only value here, other than that stay away from Ty Montgomery, Theo Riddick and Frank Gore, out of those three they will probably only produce 6 points at most.
Cameron Brate, Hayden Hurst, Nick Vannett should be on your do not add list! These guys are teasers in a sense, Brate’s only value is if OJ Howard goes down, Hurst caught his first NFL touchdown last week so everyone thinks he is going to do it again vs Pittsburgh and Nick Vannett has not seen the attention in the Seahawks offense this season. Vannett will give you about 5 points if that this week.
Baltimore, Seattle and New Orleans should be on your do not touch, don’t even think about list. They all play very good offense and with the type of game it is shaping up to be these games will be high scoring. Do not add these teams!
BONUS: WEEK 9 WIDE RECIEVER ON THE RISE!
Quincy Enunwa: Projected around 9 points, playing the Dolphins a divisional team so the game will be close but what really stands out to fantasy owners is Enunwa’s 42 targets and 22 receptions just in the 5 weeks he played.
Chris Hogan: In a shootout style game Hogan is a great option. He won’t see the Packers best safety’s or corners on him so that is a positive. Plus he sees anywhere from 8 targets to 4 targets a week his production has increased greatly over the last three weeks and is a sure option if you need a quick add. Projected 9.12 points, has 32 targets 22 receptions and 333 receiving yards for 2 touchdowns.
Taylor Gabriel: With Allen Robinson to miss this weeks game, Gabriel moves up on the depth chart as the Bears #1 wide receiver this week. Last week he saw 6 targets for 4 receptions and 62 yards, despite having a combined 78 yards in the last two games. Gabriel is seeing targets. Against a week 9 Buffalo Bills opponent this is a great add. Gabriel has 44 targets, 34 receptions, 381 yards and 2 touchdowns.