Fantasy Football 2015: Week 14 Waiver Wire Update
Taking a Look at the Week 14 Waiver Wire Trends
December 8, 2015
It’s a fantasy football Tuesday, and as we start looking forward to Week 14 in the NFL, it’s time for our weekly glance at the current waiver wire trends. We’ve got some movers and shakers to share with you this week, so here’s a closer look at the numbers to see if anyone is worth a pickup in your seasonal or daily fantasy leagues.
James White, RB, New England Patriots: Got the LeGarrette Blount Blues? White is your remedy. He was stellar in the passing game against the Eagles, posting 115 yards on 10 grabs with a touchdown.
White looks like he’s the Pats’ new third-down and passing-situation back. He’s got at least 16.6 fantasy points in two of the last three games, and though betting on any Pats RB is pretty sketchy, he’s a better play than Blount these days.
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Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Tennessee Titans: Green-Beckham exploded in the Jacksonville game, going for 119 yards and a TD on five catches (six targets).
Was this a coming-out party for Green-Beckham? It’s certainly possible. The good news on him in Week 13 is that he gets a nice matchup against a Jets secondary that’s been horrible over the past month.
Tyrod Taylor, QB, Buffalo Bills: Taylor put up another pretty good game against Houston, logging an 11-of-21 passing line for 211 yards and three touchdowns.
That makes six touchdown passes in the last two games for Taylor, who is a nice streamer option in Week 14. He’ll head to Philly for a pretty ugly Eagles defense and should play well once again.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Most fantasy owners took the wait-and-see option on Seferian-Jenkins this week, but things looked promising in his first game back from injury. He put up three grabs for 31 yards, but did get six targets and dropped a potential TD catch.
Sererian-Jenkins should be getting more and more involved each week as he gets his feet back underneath him. He’ll get a sweet matchup against the crummy Saints D this weekend.
DeVante Parker, WR, Miami Dolphins: There was precious little to get excited about offensively in the Dolphins 15-13 win over the Ravens in Week 13. Parker was one of those relative bright spots, posting three grabs on five targets for 63 yards and a TD.
Parker now has 15 targets, seven catches, 143 yards and two scores in his past two games. He goes into a pretty solid matchup this week against the reeling Giants on “Monday Night Football.”
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