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Presented By Week 7 fantasy football waiver-wire targets Published: Oct 16, 2016 at 05:07 PM The waiver wire is one of the most important keys to finding succe s in . I'll do my best to help you manage it and find the players who can bring you fantasy glory each and every week. If you play in a deeper, more competitive league, and all 19 of these players are already owned, be sure to check out my weekly "Deep Dive" waiver wire column (published Mondays) for some high-upside players to aim for heading into Week 6. And for those who use the Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB) system, I provide a suggested spend for each player at the end of their analysis. If you have more specific FAAB questions, hit me up on Twitter. , RB, - 75.4 percent owned was finally active again, which many thought would spell the end of Ajayi's fantasy value. My word,were we wrong. Foster saw just 11 snaps and five touches to Ajayi's 47 and 26 ... which he turned into 207 total yards and two touchdowns. Foster's early-season stranglehold on this backfield is a distant memory, and Ajayi looks like the back many fantasy owners drafted in the mid-rounds this summer. Ajayi ran decisively, breaking tackles and showing breakaway speed as well. He's certainly earned a healthy share of the backfield touches in Miami moving forward. If he's for some reason still available, make him a top priority this week. FAAB suggestion: 25-30 percent. , RB, - 52.9 percent owned was back for the and found the end zone against the , but the team made it clear Ware is the feature back while Charles gets his legs back under him. Ware out-touched Charles 26-11, and outgained him 163-47 thanks in part to playing on 40 snaps compared to Charles' 15. This split should even out in the future, but Ware isn't going away in this backfield and might be the more valuable fantasy back for the rest of the season. If Ware's owner made the mistake of cutting him loose in the wake of Charles' return (as several thousand owners in leagues did), make them pay and add Ware immediately. Up next for Ware and the is a date with a defense that has allowed a league-high 11 rushing touchdowns this season. FAAB suggestion: 25-30 percent. , RB, - 43 percent owned Powell hasn't played yet in Week 6, but he enters his matchup with the having outproduced over the last three games. Powell John Johnson Jersey is especially making a difference in the pa sing game, with 23 targets and 18 catches in that same span. With Forte getting banged up and slowing down after a ma sive workload to start the season, expect Powell's role to at worst stay the same, if not increase in the coming weeks. FAAB suggestion: 5-10 percent. , RB, - 12.8 percent owned For the second consecutive week White led the backfield in playing time over (61 percent to 39 percent). This time around he found the end zone twice, pushing him into the top 10 scorers among running backs for Week 6. However, as was the case last week White will be a volatile week-to-week play moving forward. Next week's road trip to face the did have the look of a White game prior to 's injury news. If the backup quarterbacks cannot keep the game close, we will see more Blount. White is close to a weekly play in PPR formats, but will be matchup-dependent in standard. FAAB suggestion: 10-15 percent. , RB, - 24.6 percent owned Even though he only played on 15 snaps in Week 6, it is clear Booker's role is growing in the Denver offense. He probably would have seen the field more had the not fallen so far behind so early, too. He's averaged more yards per carry over the last two weeks than (6.3 to 3.7), and is proving to be a strong pa s-catching threat as well (six catches, 43 yards over the last two weeks). While Anderson remains the lead back, this looks like it will turn into a committee sooner rather than later. Grab Booker now before we see his role grow even more in a nationally televised game next week on Monday Night Football. FAAB suggestion: 15-20 percent. , RB, - 0.2 percent owned While the signed last week, at least for now it looks as if the answer to their running back woes was on the roster all along. Zenner ran hard in the ' 31-28 win over the rams, taking his 14 carries for 58 yards (4.14 ypc) while catching both of his targets for 19 yards. could return soon too and would likely poach some (if not all) of Zenner's touches, but there's no telling what's going to happen at this point. The offense continues to move the ball well and will have plenty of scoring opportunities, making whatever running back is starting for them a viable option in fantasy. FAAB suggestion: 5 Nickell Robey-Coleman Jersey -10 percent. , WR, - 2.9 percent owned For weeks I've been noting Britt's consistent performance for the , and how his touchdown drought was likely to end soon. Well, it ended in spectacular fashion in Week 6 as Britt found the end zone twice against the (and was inches away from a third trip) while racking up 136 yards on seven catches (eight targets). He's clearly the No. 1 wideout for the , despite still trailing in targets. Britt is a weekly start in PPR formats with four catches and 67-plus yards in five of six games. Those in standard formats might want to play the matchups a bit when it comes to starting Britt, though. FAAB suggestion: 5-10 percent. , WR, - 55 percent owned It amazes me that Pryor isn't owned in more leagues (and yes, I know he's probably owned in your league, so save your fingers the extra work in the comments). However, if Pryor is available correct that as soon as po sible. He averages over 10 targets per game since broke his hand after Week 2, and Pryor has found the end zone three times in those four games. He's the most talented player on the offense and Hue Jackson will continue to feature him until Coleman returns, and likely after. Pryor will be a solid flex play next week against the . FAAB suggestion: 10-15 percent. , WR, - 15.7 percent owned Thomas leads the in targets over their last three games, and has found the end zone in each contest after posting a 4-71-1 line against the in Week 6. Starting the right wide receiver in the right week is a difficult proposition, but Thomas' role seems to be growing and his consistency shouldn't be ignored. With the defense continually putting the offense into pa s-heavy game scripts, Thomas' arrow is firmly pointing upward. FAAB Suggestion: 5-10 percent. , WR, - 59.2 percent owned Eric Weddle Jersey With on the shelf with an ankle injury, the team hinted that Wallace could see an expanded role and that bore out against the as he led the team with 97 receiving yards on nine targets (second-most on the team). This increased usage comes at a perfect time for fantasy as Wallace and the travel to play the next week. The cornerbacks have made a habit of letting receivers run free in the deep portion of the field, as they've allowed at least one 40-plus yard reception in each game so far this season (prior to Monday Night Football). If Wallace is still available in your league, scoop him up and hope for a ma sive outing. FAAB suggestion: 5-10 percent. , WR, - 67.9 percent owned under center was a breath of fresh air for Smith, who saw as many targets in Week 6 as he did the past three weeks combined. If Kaepernick starts again in Week 7 against the (no guarantee based on Chip Kelly's postgame pre s conference), Smith could be worth playing in the flex. The allow 8.4 yards per pa s attempt and have a nine-to-three TD-INT ratio so far in 2016. That could set up Kaep and Smith for a few big connections. Of course, if regains the starting job, ignore everything I just wrote. FAAB Suggestion: 0-5 percent. , WR, - 11.4 percent owned Proving he's not a one-game wonder, built on his impre sive Week 5 performance by leading the in targets (15), catches (11) and receiving yards (113) in a Week 6 lo s to the . With suffering yet another injury (a toe this time) and the playing on a short week (at Green Bay on Thursday), Meredith could be in line for a ton of volume not only in Week 7, but the rest of the season. He's worth an add this week and could be a fine start against the . FAAB suggestion: 10 percent. , WR, - 0.3 percent owned With nursing an ankle injury and out, the featured Blake Bortles Jersey Montgomery in the backfield on 22 of his 33 snaps. From that spot, Montgomery was a chain-moving difference maker for the ' struggling offense, catching six pa ses for 52 yards from the backfield (he had 4-46 as a traditional wide receiver). With the having to turn around and play on Thursday and Lacy still not looking healthy, Montgomery could see even more work as a WR-RB hybrid. He'll also potentially get more run as a straight wide receiver with potentially suffering a concu sion. This offense badly needed a spark and Montgomery provided that. Don't be surprised if they go back to him more often. FAAB suggestion: 5-10 percent. , TE, - 24 percent owned Remember that trend where rookie tight ends never do anything in fantasy? Yeah, Henry is doing everything he can to blow up that narrative. With Gates still working his way back from injury, Henry outperformed the veteran in every statistical category the last two weeks. The rookie has also found the end zone in three straight games. He's a physical mismatch for most defensive backs and doesn't look like he'll be fading out of this offense even after Gates returns to full health. He's a TE1 and weekly fantasy starter until further notice and has a great matchup in the up next. FAAB Suggestion: 10 percent. , TE, - 11.8 percent owned With suffering an ankle injury in the first quarter of Sunday Night Football, we finally have some tight end clarity in Indy. Not that we wanted it to come via injury, but with Allen potentially sidelined next week Doyle becomes a borderline TE1 against the . Heading into Week 6, Luck targeted his tight ends on 21.5 percent of his throws. That type of volume will give Doyle an excellent ceiling while Allen recovers. Of course, if Allen plays next week, Doyle's outlook becomes cloudy once again. FAAB suggestion: 5-10 percent. , TE, - 1.3 percent owned We weren't sure if Davis or would a sume a bigger role with sidelined, but if Week 6 is any indication the team is going to defer to the veteran. Davis played 65 snaps to Paul's 19, and took his four targets for 50 yards and a touchdown. If Reed's concu sion keeps him out longer, Davis will have low-end TE1 appeal the rest of the way as he's attached to an efficient, high-scoring offense. FAAB suggestion: 0-5 percent. , TE, - 0.2 percent owned Adam Rank coined the term "Doyle Rules" for tight ends scoring against the , and this week Kendricks brought the trend back after let us down a week ago. Next up for Kendricks is a matchup with another defense that struggles to cover the position in the Orlando Pace Jersey . The allow just under 10 targets per game to tight ends, while Kendricks is seeing over five per game in the low-volume pa sing attack. Those looking to stream the position could do worse than Kendricks, who's coming off a strong 5-34-1 performance in Week 6. FAAB suggestion: 0-5 percent. , QB, - 23.9 percent owned Smith disappointed as a streamer in Week 6 against the , but that's because his pa s to was ruled a lateral/rushing touchdown, and the didn't hold up their end of the scoring bargain. However, there's no reason to not go back to the well with Smith in Week 7 when the and their Swi s-cheese secondary come to Kansas City. If you picked up Smith this past week and have question marks at quarterback (for instance, Aaron Rodgers), Smith might be worth another start. He also has a favorable schedule on the horizon with games against the , , and in the next month. FAAB suggestion: 5-10 percent. , QB, - 3.2 percent owned If you watched the 49ers- game, you know Kaepernick isn't the long-term answer at quarterback for San Francisco. However, none of that matters in fantasy when in a bad spot Kaepernick still manages to put up over 18 fantasy points as he did against the . Next week (if he keeps the starting job) he'll face the in San Francisco. Kaep's big-play nature and ability as a runner (66 yards in Week 6) will give him both a solid floor and high ceiling. Those playing in deeper leagues or daily formats might want to give Kap a look this week on waivers. FAAB suggestion: 0-5 percent. This article has been reproduced in a new format and may be mi sing content or contain faulty links. Please use the Contact Us link in our site footer to report an i sue.
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