Fantasy Football Week 6: Waivers

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Austin Pettis WR (11%): This guy just won’t go away. After weeks of being pissed that Pettis is taking targets from the Rams more popular fantasy options (Austin, Cook, Givens), its time to realize that Pettis is the Rams #1 WR. He leads the team in targets and touchdowns after 5 weeks.

Max FAAB: $10

Keenan Allen WR (6%): Everyone forgot about Allen when he slipped to the 3rd round of the draft this year, but most draftniks had him near the end of the 1st round on their draft boards. So the talent is there, Rivers is in the midst of a bounce back year, the Chargers receiver group is fairly weak, and the Chargers D is really bad which should result in some high scoring games. There are many reasons to like Allen and I could see him being a decent flex play the rest of the season.

Max FAAB: $10

Rueben Randle WR (38%): I’ve already given up on Randle twice this year, but his big game in week 5 puts him back on the list (6-96-2). With the Giants 0-5, there is a decent chance Hakeem Nicks gets dealt before the trade deadline (10/29). If that happens, Randle’s value will skyrocket. It’s worth holding on to him for a couple of weeks.

Max FAAB: $7

Terrance Williams WR (18%): As long as Miles Austin is out, Williams is worth a spot on your roster. Over his two starts this year Williams is averaging 5.5 catches for 111 yards. The Cowboys #2 WR is a sweet gig and Austin has struggled to stay healthy the last few seasons. I expect Williams to get at least a few more starts before the season is over and he’s worth a spot on your bench.

Max FAAB: $7

Robert Woods WR (31%): Woods led the Bills with 13 targets in week 5 and has averaged 11 targets per game over the last three weeks. Who knows what Bills new QB Thad Lewis brings to the table (probably not much) , but with the Bills porous D, they will have to throw the ball and Woods is looking like at least their #2 option.

Max FAAB: $5

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