April 21, 2021

The season’s best waiver wire saviors (New York Post)


For the majority of fantasy football leagues, Week 16 brought about the close of the 2019 season. Champions were crowned, losers were consoled and everyone hugged it out in the end.

There are still some who play to Week 17, and though we don’t want to short them on the waiver talk for their championship, let us accept the fact that if you’re still playing right now, you don’t need us to tell you that Seattle running back Travis Homer is your new best friend.

Instead, we would like to take this time around the holidays to show our appreciation for the waiver wire adds who stepped up the most for us. Whether you were streaming quarterbacks or dealt with running back injuries galore, someone saved your fantasy season, and it is important to acknowledge them. How else are we going to get our competition to overvalue them in next year’s drafts?

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There was no better midseason quarterback add than Ryan Tannehill of the Titans. If you were streaming QBs, Tannehill brought you amazing stability. His first official start came in Week 7, when he threw for 312 yards and two touchdowns against the Chargers. From then through Week 16, he averaged 267.7…

Read “The season’s best waiver wire saviors” at New York Post