The hot name this week will be Scotty Miller in Tampa. Brady loves the little guy and anyone in PPR leagues should look his way. But keep in mind this was a high scoring game where Tampa played from behind. New Orleans has struggled against the WR3 for many years now too, so don't blow your FAB. Another name I'll highlight is Malcolm Brown. He ran like a true starter and I'm ready to back up the truck. Yes this will be a three headed committee but it's a strong offense and I'll take a piece. Malcolm Brown owners favorite saying this week, what can Brown do for you?
So look, it's just me this season. Going forward my articles will be short and sweet, don't count on long write ups. I'll highlight the most important waiver wire picks in the intro and then list in order of importance for each position below.
Running Back Waiver Wire Picks at RB
- Malcolm Brown, LAR
- Benny Snell, PIT
- Nyheim Hines, IND - PPR leagues only
- Joshua Kelly, LAC
- James Robinson, JAC
- Fran Gore, NYJ - the man, the myth, the legend should be decent for a couple weeks.
Wide Receiver Waiver Wire Picks at WR
- Scotty Miller, TB - PPR only
- Parris Campbell, IND
- Laviska Shenault, JAC
- Robby Anderson, CAR
- Anthony Miller, CHI
Quarterback Waiver Wire Picks at QB
- Phillip Rivers, IND
- Gardner Minshew, JAC - Shocking I know, but dude balled out completing 19 out of 20 with 3 touchdowns.
- Joe Burrow, CIN - jumping the gun I know but people may drop him and he needs to be on your bench if you have the space.
Tight end Waiver Wire Picks at TE
- Dallas Goedert, PHI - With all their WR's hurt ole' Dallas stepped in nicely. Top TE pick for week 1.
- O.J. Howard, TB - he is a stash and cash for sure. Pick up and even play him next week vs AZ.
- Logan Thomas, WAS - he saw a ton of targets and could blossom as the season progresses.
Waiver Wire Pickups at Team Defense
- Washington Football Team, WAS - Umm they looked legit and have a pretty darn soft schedule. Already in all my waiver wire claims as my 1A streaming option for 2020.
- Arizona, AZ - They made the NFC Champs look average.