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#276 The Top 6 Waiver Adds For Week 13

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In today’s Fantasy Life Newsletter, we recap MNF, share the top waiver adds of the week, and enjoy Linda’s kicker tiers. It's 11/30. Take it away, Peter Overzet…

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Washington held on last night to beat the Seahawks 17-15 in a stressful game that made both under bettors and Matthew very happy.

Russell Wilson made a few nice throws down the stretch, but this offense is still completely broken. Wen Russ cook? Wen DK Metcalf (1-13) get the ball??

Tyler Lockett (3-96) salvaged a decent fantasy game on a few big plays, but otherwise most of the fantasy production was concentrated on the Washington backfield. Antonio Gibson (29-111; 7-35) and J.D. McKissic (7-30-1; 5-26-1) both played well. 

🛒 THE TOP WAIVER WIRE ADDS  

Rotoviz’s Sam Wallace lists his top waiver wire targets for Week 13 as well as the percentage that they are currently rostered in ESPN leagues. Take it away, Sam…

1. Dontrell Hilliard (RB - 23.9%) - One week after hauling in eight of 10 targets for 47 yards, Hilliard helped pace the Titans’ backfield to the tune of 12-131-1 on the ground. D’Onta Foreman also performed well with 19 carries and 109 yards of his own. It remains to be seen how the Titans will distribute touches between these two, but it was encouraging to see them commit to the ground game.

2. Tevin Coleman (RB - 23.8%) - With Michael Carter on injured reserve, veteran Coleman steps into an expanded role for the next few weeks. In Week 12, Coleman touched the ball 18 times for 70 yards. It was encouraging to see him out-touch teammate Ty Johnson (six total touches).

3. Jamaal Williams (RB - 46.1%) - Williams could step into a crucial role for fantasy managers heading down the stretch. D’Andre Swift is listed as day-to-day with a shoulder injury and could not finish his Thanksgiving Day matchup vs. the Bears. Williams earned a season-high 15 carries and also caught all five of his targets last week in Week 12.

4. Matt Breida (RB - 5.6%) - Breida has forced his way onto the field in recent weeks and has seen an increased role in each of the last three games. Zack Moss was a healthy scratch on Thanksgiving Day, and Breida split time with Devin Singletary in a blowout victory. Breida has three touchdowns in his last three games.

5. Russell Gage (WR - 18.6%) - After a few tough outings, Gage now has 26 targets over his last four games. He scored his second touchdown of the season in Week 12 and has at least 49 receiving yards in four of his previous six games.


6. Kendrick Bourne (WR - 15.2%) - Rookie quarterback Mac Jones has this offense firing on all cylinders and Bourne has been one of the bigger beneficiaries. Bourne has at least four

receptions in five of his last six games and has three touchdowns in his previous three performances.

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👟 LINDA'S KICKER TIERS

Linda aka Lindellions shares her kicker tiers for Week 13 to help you on the waiver wire. Take it away, Linda…

Joey Slye was injured during the Monday Night Football game, I’ll be keeping an eye on if he’s replaced this week due to injury...Greg Zuerlein has had some missing issues this season, but for now the Cowboys are sticking with him and he’ll keep seeing opportunities...It may really be time to move on from last year’s savior Younghoe Koo. The Falcons are struggling offensively and this week they’ve got another tough matchup against Tampa Bay...As long as Kyler Murray is back, I like Matt Prater, but if it’s Colt McCoy you may look to pivot.  

We’ll be back tomorrow with early Week 13 ranks for QB and Flex.

-PETE OVERZET

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