Another week, another terrible injury situation across the NFL. Let's review the most interesting waiver wire options ahead of Week 6.
Early-season standouts Dalvin Cook (knee) and Chris Carson (ankle) are likely lost for the year, while Marcus Mariota (hamstring), Julio Jones (hip), Ty Montgomery (ribs), Davante Adams (concussion) and Jordan Matthews (thumb) went down as well. It’s been abundantly clear for the past four weeks that
Wendell Smallwood is in line for a significant role in Philly moving forward. He's among the priority fantasy pickups heading into Week 4.
Chris Carson was a preseason star, and he's since emerged as Seattle's featured runner and a priority pickup. No, this is not a Christine Michael situation.
Tarik Cohen and Cooper Kupp made plenty of noise in opening week, emerging as must-add fantasy assets. We discuss priority pickups following a messy Week 1.
The Pittsburgh Steelers offer two of the consensus top-3 overall picks in our game, which is insane. This offense is the definition of a fantasy juggernaut.
If any team ever earned its Super Bowl hangover, it's the 2017 Atlanta Falcons. We all expect Matt Ryan regression, but that doesn't mean he can't help you.
Aaron Rodgers is a bad dude. He's directing a Green Bay Packers offense that's as loaded as ever. If he's not your top QB, you ranked 'em wrong.
Sam Bradford is an immediate plug-and-play fantasy option at QB, facing a user-friendly Saints defense. He leads the priority pickups for opening week.
Ezekiel Elliott's suspension is the biggest storyline for Dallas at the moment, and nothing else is close. This team's offense is loaded elsewhere.
The Seattle Seahawks have an upper-tier QB, an elite receiver, a cluttered backfield and dominant D. This team offers plenty of fantasy appeal.
Brady, Cooks and Gronk remain top-tier fantasy assets, but the Patriots RB depth chart is a minefield. And also a goldmine. A goldminefield, if you will.
For years, the Saints offense has been a fantasy buffet, and no one fills the plate like Drew Brees. He remains the safest way to invest in this team.
Andy Dalton is an afterthought in fantasy drafts, but his supporting cast was enhanced in a big way in the offseason. Cincinnati has no shortage of weapons.
Jameis Winston is a clear breakout candidate surrounded by new weapons. Let's just say that expectations within the fantasy community are not modest.
The Oakland Raiders coaxed Marshawn Lynch out of retirement, earning the gratitude of the fantasy community. This squad has a loaded passing game, too.
The Arizona Cardinals offer the consensus No. 1 overall fantasy pick, plus a variety of well-priced skill players. Bruce Arians rarely lets us down.
Somehow, the Houston Texans managed to launch Brock Osweiler, so it's time for fantasy owners to reinvest in this team's skill players.
From the moment Cam Newton entered the league in 2011, he was an unfair fantasy asset. By the end of the year, he owned the records for rookie passing yards (4051) and for single-season rushing TDs by a quarterback (14). Owning Cam in fantasy was essentially like owning a combo QB2/RB2.
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers enters the 2017 season ranked eighth all-time in passing touchdowns (314), tenth in completions (3811) and twelfth in passing yardage (45,833). When all the numbers are in, Rivers might very well have 60,000 passing yards and nearly 400 touchdowns to his credit, which