Who do I pick up on waivers? It’s the question all fantasy managers ask at the start of each week. This article will give you some insight into the top players you should pick up from the Waiver Wire, to help your team. Oftentimes, the players you pick up from waivers can win you your league. So we want to get those players before our league-mates do. Here are the top Week 7 Waiver Wire targets. All of these players are on less than 50% of rosters according to Yahoo Fantasy Leagues.
Teams on Bye: Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, Jacksonville Jaguars, Los Angeles Chargers, Minnesota Vikings, and Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Cleveland Browns top 2 running backs may be out on Thursday because of injuries. First, Kareem Hunt will be missing a few weeks. Secondly, Nick Chubb’s status is unknown but with the Browns playing on Thursday. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see him sit out. As a result, the stage is set for D’Ernest Johnson to get a bulk of the carries. He is worth a look for anyone who needs running back help this week.
As seen above, there are a bunch of teams on Bye Week. Because of that, you may need to stream a Quarterback. The New Orleans Saints have a good Week 7 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks. Winston should have a great game due to Seattle’s poor defense. He might even be getting Michael Thomas back which will greatly help.
The Washington Football Team’s starting Tight End since Logan Thomas is on IR. Seals-Jones caught a touchdown and saw 6 targets last week. Because of the lack of production from the Tight End position, he will be Top 10 Tight End play until Thomas returns.
This rookie Wide Receiver for the Baltimore Ravens made his debut on Sunday after coming back from an injury. Furthermore, he saw 6 targets and ran routes on 66% of Lamar Jackson’s dropbacks. His usage was promising and as long as he stays healthy, Bateman should be a solid play. I expect Bateman’s role in this offense to continue to grow as the season progresses. As a result, he is worth stashing on your bench.
This player is the final of the Week 7 Waiver Wire targets. This is a speculative play. The New England Patriots Running Back totaled 62 yards and had a touchdown in Week 6. He looked good and if Damien Harris misses any time, Stevenson could be a nice option at Running Back. Put him on your bench if you have the room in deeper leagues.
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