Fantasy Football Week 15: Waiver Wire

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Wide Receiver

Willie Snead, NO (46%) – Healthy again after a calf injury and looked good last week with seven catches for 122 yards. The Saints schedule is favorable the next few weeks and Snead could help your playoff chances as an upside WR3/Flex option.

Tyler Lockett, SEA (38%) – Is averaging 7 targets, 97 yards and a TD in each of the last two games. With Baldwin drawing extra attention from defenses, it has freed up Lockett and he seems to have earned trust from Russell Wilson over the last few weeks.

Ted Ginn Jr, CAR (41%) – I still think he has some of the worst hands in the league and am always surprised when he catches the ball, but he seems to have regained Cam Newton’s confidence, can fly, and has four TDs over the last two weeks. High risk, high reward play.

Kamar Aiken, BAL (56%) – Is really the Ravens only reliable WR option and somehow managed to gain 90 yards last week despite Jimmy Clausen throwing him the ball. Aiken should continue to get around 10 targets per game and could be a decent WR3/Flex option in PPR leagues the rest of the way.

Dorial Green-Beckham, TEN (25%) – Finally had a breakout game two weeks ago and could have had another one last week, but had a few drops. DGB has the talent to blow up at any time and a good enough QB to combine for a useful fantasy stretch during the playoffs.

Tight End

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Zach Miller, CHI (21%) – Has five TDs in the last five games and with Martellus Bennett out for the season, Miller should continue to see red zone targets. He’s a borderline top 10 starter at TE right now.

Zach Ertz, PHI (50%) – Has been inconsistent in fantasy all year, but led the Eagles in targets, catches, and yards last week. If Ertz continues to be Sam Bradford’s safety valve he could be a valuable replacement if your tight end gets hurt in the playoffs.