Welcome to the 10th edition of Waiver Wired for the 2016 season. Thankfully, the biggest bye weeks of the season are finished, but the Bills, Lions, Colts, and Raiders will provide some fantasy headaches while they are on vacation this week. Injuries to Jeremy Maclin (groin), Travis Benjamin (knee), and a lingering hamstring issue for Doug Martin could also cause problems for fantasy owners prepping for the stretch run.

As always, the drop list consists of players who are no longer must-owns, recommended adds are available in at least 50 percent of Yahoo leagues, the watch list consists of players who are worthy of a roster spot if possible, and deep cuts are players owned in five percent or less of Yahoo leagues.

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The Drop List
QB: None
RB:
Ryan Mathews, Jerick McKinnon
WR:
DeVante Parker, Michael Floyd
TE:
Julius Thomas

It might be a cop-out, but even the sub-par quarterbacks who are owned in more than half of Yahoo! leagues are in good spots or have upside which makes them worth a hold. Blake Bortles is the closest to drop worthy, but he had one of his best games of the season against the Chiefs. It is worth keeping him around if possible to see how the offense evolves under a new coordinator. Mathews has saved his fantasy owners with short touchdowns the last two weeks, but he has played 16 snaps total over that span. He cannot be trusted in starting lineups moving forward. Playing fewer snaps than Matt Asiata is one thing, but being clearly outplayed by Ronnie Hillman is inexcusable. The Vikings are not good enough at running the ball to support even one fantasy-relevant back, making McKinnon unusable as part of a three-man committee. Parker might be hurt, is not playing well, and is not getting targets in a suddenly run-first offense. Thomas did not even start against the Chiefs and played just five more snaps than Marcedes Lewis. He does not have more than 30 yards since Week 2, and his role is unlikely to grow significantly with the offense looking more balanced under a new coordinator.

Quarterbacks
1. Carson Wentz
2. Colin Kaepernick
3. Trevor Siemian

Running Backs
1. Chris Ivory
2. Dion Lewis
3. Peyton Barber
4. Kenneth Dixon
5. Rob Kelley
6. Kapri Bibbs
7. James Starks
8. Paul Perkins
9. C.J. Prosise
10. DuJuan Harris

Wide Receivers
1. J.J. Nelson
2. Sammie Coates
3. Sammy Watkins
4. Rishard Matthews
5. Dontrelle Inman
6. Cameron Meredith
7. Tyreek Hill
8. Marqise Lee

Tight Ends
1. C.J. Fiedorowicz
2. Will Tye
3. Austin Hooper
4. Lance Kendricks

Defense/Special Teams
1. Houston Texans
2. San Diego Chargers
3. Chicago Bears
Looking Ahead: Oakland Raiders

Kickers
1. Nick Novak
2. Josh Lambo
3. Caleb Sturgis
Looking Ahead: Matt Prater


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QUARTERBACKS
1. Carson Wentz, Eagles – Owned in 39 percent of Yahoo leagues
Wentz’s poor play has been overstated the last three weeks, but he has not been the same quarterback as he was early in the season. Competition has a lot to do with that, with the Vikings, Cowboys, and Giants all boasting solid pass defenses. The same cannot be said for the Falcons, who have given up the most points to opposing quarterbacks per game this season. To be fair, that is in part because they have faced the most attempts in the league. Either way, Wentz should get plenty of opportunities to throw in a good matchup. That puts him firmly atop the streaming heap in a down week.
Recommendation: Streaming option in 10-team leagues

2. Colin Kaepernick, 49ers – Owned in 19 percent of Yahoo leagues
I had Kaepernick as a solid streaming option last week, but it was still shocking to see him put up 398 yards through the air against the Saints. It is safe to say he will not repeat the performance in Arizona, the site of perhaps his worst day ever on a football field, but he should put up a decent fantasy day against a defense which has given up easily the most rushing yards to quarterbacks this season. Blaine Gabbert managed 70 yards and a touchdown on the ground in the 49ers’ first meeting with the Cardinals this year, and Kap could easily match those numbers.
Recommendation: Streaming option in 12-team leagues

3. Trevor Siemian, Broncos – Owned in 14 percent of Yahoo leagues
If Kap taught us anything last week, it is any quarterback can have fantasy success against the Saints. Siemian will certainly test that theory this week, but he is worth using in the great matchup coming off two consecutive games with at least 275 passing yards. It might not be pretty, but Siemian should have a decent game.
Recommendation: Streaming option in 14-team leagues

Watch List:Joe Flacco has an appealing matchup against the Browns, but he has been dreadful all season and especially the last month. His only solid passing day came against Cleveland Week 2, but there is no way to trust him right now…Jay Cutler has some appeal against the Bucs, but he has attempted more than 32 passes once since Week 9 of last season, a run of 11 starts…Ryan Tannehill predictably failed to do anything in a good matchup against the Jets last week. He can be ignored as long as the Dolphins are employing a run-heavy offense…Alex Smith has a good matchup against the Panthers, but he has consistently failed to take advantage of those this season and could be limited coming back from an injury…Ryan Fitzpatrick is bad, and he might not play this week anyway. Bryce Petty is a nice stash in deeper two-quarterback leagues…Cody Kessler played well for two quarters last week, but the Cowboys kept the Browns off the field in the second half, which sunk his fantasy day. He will be useful in good matchups moving forward, but in Baltimore on Thursday night does not qualify…Case Keenum could not take advantage at home against the Panthers. There is not much reason to trust him on the road against the Jets…Sam Bradford was just mediocre in the best matchup he is going to have all season.

 

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RUNNING BACKS
1. Chris Ivory, Jaguars – Owned in 33 percent of Yahoo leagues
A one-off performance like Ivory’s would usually be best taken with a massive grain of salt, but it is important to note the Jaguars said they were going to be a more balanced offense under new OC Nathaniel Hackett, and that is exactly what they did against the Chiefs. Ivory ended up playing nine fewer snaps than T.J. Yeldon, but he was given 11 more carries and put up 107 yards in an impressive performance which could have been better had he not fumbled going into the end zone in the fourth quarter. Ivory could be relegated to the bench by negative game flow in any given week, but the Jaguars do not face an offense outside of the Lions in the next six weeks which has the firepower to really blow them out early in the game. Several of those teams including the Texans this week also struggle against the run. It is risky to get back on the Ivory train considering what we have seen this year, but he should have a much bigger role moving forward.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 10-team leagues

2. Dion Lewis, Patriots – Owned in 38 percent of Yahoo leagues
Lewis looks set to return this week, and while he will not be worth starting in his first game back against the Seahawks, he could knock on the door of RB1 status against the 49ers in Week 11 if all goes well in his return. Barber, Dixon, and Kelley are better short-term additions, but Lewis is the high-upside stash.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 10-team leagues

3. Peyton Barber, Bucs – Owned in 18 percent of Yahoo leagues
The Bucs’ absurd run of injuries in the backfield continued Thursday night when Antone Smith was lost to a season-ending knee injury. With Doug Martin (hamstring) and Jacquizz Rodgers (foot) sitting out practice Monday, that leaves Barber as the de facto starter this week against the Bears and perhaps even longer depending on Martin’s and Rodgers’ recoveries. The Bears are quietly one of the worst matchups for fantasy backs, and the defense should get even stronger with NT Eddie Goldman expected back this week. That could make for a tough day for Barber, but he is still a starting running back, which means he is valuable.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 10-team leagues

4. Kenneth Dixon, Ravens – Owned in 12 percent of Yahoo leagues
I have been resistant to jump on the Dixon train, and his name only begrudgingly appears on the add list this week. Like with Ivory, it is worth noting when a team says they are going to do something and then actually does it, and that is exactly what happened with Dixon. Coach John Harbaugh said he wanted to get Dixon more involved, and Dixon played almost 30 percent of the snaps while seeing 11 touches. Terrance West still played more snaps and saw more work, but it looked like an almost even timeshare. That is good news for Dixon, who will be an interesting FLEX option in a prime matchup against the Browns Thursday night, but ultimately he will need a starter’s workload to return value in what has been a terrible running game all season, especially considering the schedule after the bye week. He is unlikely to get that as long as West is healthy, which means Dixon’s biggest fantasy impact could be making West unplayable down the stretch.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 12-team leagues

5. Rob Kelley, Redskins – Owned in 28 percent of Yahoo leagues
Matt Jones returned to practice Monday, but coach Jay Gruden made it clear the lead job was Kelley’s to lose. Gruden said Kelley will get the “bulk” of the carries coming out of the bye, and Jones will have to “earn his way back.” That is great news for Kelley on paper, but it might not result in much fantasy success. The Redskins have the Vikings, Packers, Cowboys, Cardinals, Eagles, Panthers, Bears, and Giants over the final eight games of the season. All of those teams rank in the bottom 15 for fantasy points allowed to running backs, seven rank in the bottom 12, and five rank in the bottom seven. It is a murderers’ row, and it seems likely Jones earns his job back at some point anyway. Kelley is worth adding because he is a starting running back, but he is likely to be overvalued.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 12-team leagues

6. Kapri Bibbs, Broncos – Owned in 5 percent of Yahoo leagues
Devontae Booker has been undeniably bad in his first two career starts since C.J. Anderson landed on injured reserve, but speculation he could be jumped on the depth chart by Bibbs came as a shock Monday afternoon. It was just speculation, however, as coach Gary Kubiak only said Bibbs earned more work. Considering Bibbs had only three touches and played just eight snaps Monday night, he could get more work while Booker remains the clear lead back, but it is possible Bibbs takes on a large percentage of the workload. That possibility makes him an add in most leagues, but it seems unlikely the Broncos make a serious personnel decision on the back of basically one play.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 12-team leagues

7. James Starks, Packers – Owned in 18 percent of Yahoo leagues
Starks began practicing on a limited basis late last week, and it seems likely he returns to action against the Titans. The question now is what kind of role will he have once he gets back? Ty Montgomery was on a pitch count last week, but he should be close to 100 percent moving forward. Considering how successful he has been, Montgomery should have a role the rest of the season. Starks will likely see more work than Don Jackson, who has four carries each of the last two games, but his ceiling might be capped at around 10 touches. He was also terrible before getting injured. Even so, his has decent upside as potentially the lead back in a pretty good offense. That makes him worth adding in most leagues.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 12-team leagues

8. Paul Perkins, Giants – Owned in 6 percent of Yahoo leagues
As expected, Perkins took on a bigger role coming out of the bye week and rotated almost evenly with Rashad Jennings. He was only slightly more effective with his work, but Perkins showed a lot more explosion than the veteran. He should take on a bigger role each week, but he will be at best the lead committee member on a team which has not been able to run the football all season. That would give him some value, but not enough to really get excited in shallower leagues.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 12-team leagues

9. C.J. Prosise, Seahawks – Owned in 17 percent of Yahoo leagues
Prosise did not do anything against the Bills, but he did see his snap percentage rise once again, and he was on the field for more plays than Christine Michael. The Seahawks have leaned pass-heavy the last couple weeks, and that suits Prosise much more than Michael. He will be difficult to trust in a starting lineup against the Patriots, but he is worth a stash-and-see in deeper leagues.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 14-team leagues

10. DuJuan Harris, 49ers – Owned in 33 percent of Yahoo leagues
Harris would be behind just Chris Ivory if Carlos Hyde was expected to sit out again this week. Hyde was close to suiting up Sunday, however, and it would be surprising if he missed another game. Hyde handled 75 percent of the running back touches when healthy the first six games, and he should continue to dominate both the snaps and scoring opportunities when healthy. Harris has earned a role, but not a big enough one to retain fantasy value once Hyde returns. That said, Harris is worth adding in deeper leagues on the off chance Hyde sits another week.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 14-team leagues

Watch List: Pete Carroll said Thomas Rawls has a chance to return Week 11, but he has yet to resume practicing and will have to get into game shape once he does. He also struggled to return from injury this offseason and will be rejoining at best a timeshare. It is unlikely Rawls becomes a fantasy factor before the playoffs, and it is possible he is not worth starting again this season…DeAngelo Williams is still a high-upside handcuff, but he is likely owned in the leagues he should be stashed…People got excited about Bilal Powell after his big game last week, but, as was noted here, it came on limited touches. Powell’s touches were once again limited against the Dolphins, and he had what should be close to his usual day as long as Matt Forte is healthy…No matter who gets the start for Washington, Chris Thompson should have a role on third downs. That makes him interesting in deeper PPR leagues…Jordan Howard established himself as the clear starter before the bye, meaning Jeremy Langford and Ka’Deem Carey can stay on the wire…The Raiders have one of the best offensive lines in the league and should be able to run the ball most weeks, but DeAndre Washington and Jalen Richard do not get consistent enough work to be trusted…Alfred Morris remains a high-upside handcuff…Bobby Rainey’s role is secure, but it does not produce much fantasy value…Mike Gillislee is clearly going to have a role even with LeSean McCoy back, but predicting his usage will be a headache week to week.

Deep Cuts: Ronnie Hillman played a surprisingly big role as part of Minnesota’s three-man backfield committee, and he was the most effective of the bunch. He likely earned more carries, but the Vikings have not run the ball well enough to support even one back this season…Dwayne Washington took back the No. 2 job from Zach Zenner, but it is tough to see any value outside of Theo Riddick in Detroit’s backfield…Terron Ward has been working as the No. 2, but that should change with Tevin Coleman on the way back…There was a report Monday Shane Vereen could return from injured reserve this season. He was eligible to begin practicing last week, but there has been very little news about his recovery. Even if he is able to get back, it likely will not be until late in the season. He can be left on the wire…Alfred Blue remains Lamar Miller’s backup, Andre Ellington is the backup to own in Arizona, and Kenneth Farrow is the clear No. 2 in San Diego following Dexter McCluster’s injury. All three are sneaky stashes as the handcuffs to high-volume runners…Damien Williams is working as the No. 2 in Miami with Arian Foster retired…C.J. Spiller played four snaps in his first game with the Jets, but he will need an injury ahead of him to have any fantasy value…The Packers are expected to sign Joique Bell. That does not affect fantasy football in any way, but it could lead to Don Jackson getting the boot back to the practice squad…With everyone except Peyton Barber hurt, Mike James could see some work this week.

WIDE RECEIVERS
1. J.J. Nelson, Cardinals – Owned in 12 percent of Yahoo leagues
It is understandable people did not want to pick up Nelson on a bye week, but it is time to get him off the wire. Nelson is a starter and viable deep threat for a passing offense which gets the 49ers and Falcons two of the next three games.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 10-team leagues

2. Sammie Coates, Steelers – Owned in 43 percent of Yahoo leagues
Coates was a massive disappointment for a Steelers offense which laid an egg against the Ravens. Coates failed to haul in any of his five looks including an egregious drop in the end zone, and he now has caught one of his last 10 targets. He was dealing with a broken finger for at least half of those targets, however, and the offense will look much better as Ben Roethlisberger gets closer to full health. More importantly, Coates is locked into the starting lineup with Darrius Heyward-Bey suffering what looked like a serious injury. Coates still has massive upside in this offense, and we could see it against the Cowboys, Browns, and Colts in the next three weeks.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 10-team leagues

3. Sammy Watkins, Bills – Owned in 36 percent of Yahoo leagues
Watkins looked like he was headed for a second foot surgery this time last month, but he has now shed his walking boot and is eligible to begin practicing next week. The Bills also seem optimistic about his return. Watkins is not able to play until Week 12 at the earliest, so he is nothing more than a bench stash for playoff-bound teams. It is also possible he suffers a setback and stays on injured reserve. Even so, he could end up being a difference maker once the tournament rolls around, especially with Buffalo getting the Steelers, Browns, and Dolphins in the fantasy playoffs.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 12-team leagues

4. Rishard Matthews, Titans – Owned in 29 percent of Yahoo leagues
Matthews’ run of touchdowns started out as fluky scores from a part-time player, but in recent weeks he has started to look like the No. 1 receiver. He has 21 targets combined in the last three games and has played 88.6 percent of the snaps the last two weeks. He also has at least one red-zone target in four of the last five games and three targets inside the 10. While his yardage upside looks capped in a run-first offense, Marcus Mariota has been lights out in the red zone this season, and Matthews is one of his favorite targets. That touchdown upside gives him WR3 appeal.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 12-team leagues

5. Dontrelle Inman, Chargers – Owned in 4 percent of Yahoo leagues
With Travis Benjamin struggling through injury, Dontrelle Inman has taken on a bigger role the last several games. He has 22 targets total the last three weeks including nine against the Titans after Benjamin left early. It is possible the Chargers sit down Benjamin through the Week 11 bye, which would make Inman a clear starter in a decent matchup against the Dolphins this week. He will be on the WR3 map if Benjamin sits.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 12-team leagues

6. Cameron Meredith, Bears – Owned in 29 percent of Yahoo leagues
It makes sense people would bail on Meredith after just four targets in two games heading into the bye, but his ownership percentage still came as something of a shock. He is still a full-time player and the third option in the passing game, however. That should earn him a decent number of targets every game and keep him a starting option in good matchups. He has one of those this week against the Bucs.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 12-team leagues

7. Tyreek Hill, Chiefs – Owned in 12 percent of Yahoo leagues
Hill has been up and down this year, but he could be settling into a steady role with Jeremy Maclin fighting through a groin injury. Hill has 11 targets in the last two games and three touches on the ground. In a great matchup with the Panthers, that kind of usage would give him decent enough upside to justify playing in deeper leagues.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 14-team leagues

8. Marqise Lee, Jaguars – Owned in 4 percent of Yahoo leagues
Betting on Allen Hurns missing a game through injury is never smart, but it is possible he sits out this week because of a concussion. Even if Hurns plays, however, Lee is worth a look in deeper leagues. He has at least six targets in all but one game since Week 2, and he has at least 60 yards in three of his last four. Lee has developed a nice floor, and he would have some upside if Hurns sits.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 14-team leagues

Watch List: Robert Woods lit up the Seahawks, but he is not a good enough fantasy option to call him a must-own through the bye week, especially with Watkins on the way back. He does have a great schedule down the stretch, however…Kendall Wright did see a bump in snaps, but he still played behind both Matthews and Tajae Sharpe, who had one of his most productive games this season. Wright is the Titans’ best weapon in the passing game behind Delanie Walker, but his production will be tough to predict playing limited snaps…Tyler Lockett actually led the Seahawks in rushing Monday night, but it was just 13 yards…Anquan Boldin scored another touchdown, but he has a goose-egg floor if he does not find the end zone…Phillip Dorsett is not worth rostering with Donte Moncrief back. He probably was not even before Moncrief returned…Chris Hogan has a few big plays, but he does not have more than four catches in any game this season…It does not sound like Victor Cruz’s ankle injury is serious, but he needs to show a higher ceiling to be a legitimate fantasy option…Adam Humphries did catch a touchdown Thursday night, but he did not do much until garbage time. With Mike Evans looking likely to play, he can be left on the wire…Kamar Aiken is not worth owning with Steve Smith Sr. back…Eddie Royal looks like he will return, but he has more than 60 yards just once this season. Still, he provides a nice floor and some touchdown upside in deeper PPR leagues…Percy Harvin does not need to be owned…Cordarrelle Patterson saw eight targets against the Lions and has six or more in four of his last five games. He is not producing many yards with the looks, but he is a threat for a big play every time he touches the ball…Dorial Green-Beckham continues to be involved, but it is not amounting to much.

Deep Cuts:Eli Rogers had a big day against the Ravens and should be locked into three-wide sets with Markus Wheaton out of favor and seemingly everyone else hurt. That makes him a solid add in PPR leagues, but the weekly upside is not there for standard formats…Bryce Treggs has been a favorite of Eagles’ beat writers seemingly all season, and he finally got his shot against the Giants. He did not disappoint, getting open down the left sideline for a 58-yard gain in the second quarter. With 4.39 wheels, Treggs provides a viable deep threat to an offense which desperately needs one. His role could grow moving forward…Roger Lewis is unlikely to have a big role with Victor Cruz’s injury looking minor, but he would step into a big snap share if something happened to one of the three starters…Adam Thielen has played extremely well this season, but his upside is capped as long as Stefon Diggs is healthy. He still offers a nice weekly floor in deep leagues…Tyler Boyd surprisingly saw seven targets before the bye week. That likely will not continue with Tyler Eifert healthy…Breshad Perriman has yet to top 50 yards this season…Jeff Janis’ role is likely to disappear with Randall Cobb back…Quinton Patton had a big game, but the 49ers’ passing game is one to avoid…With Jeremy Maclin questionable with a groin injury, Chris Conley and Albert Wilson should see a bump in targets…Robby Anderson is playing a surprisingly big role, but it is not resulting in much fantasy success.

TIGHT ENDS
1. C.J. Fiedorowicz, Texans – Owned in 11 percent of Yahoo leagues
The Jaguars have been good against tight ends this season, but Fiedorowicz has played himself into the weekly TE1 conversation. He has at least seven targets in each of the last four games including four inside the red zone, and he has finished as a top-five option in two of those games. A decent bet for a touchdown each week, he should be owned in all leagues.
Recommendation: Should be owned in 10-team leagues

2. Will Tye, Giants – Owned in 1 percent of Yahoo leagues
Hooper has a better floor, but Tye is the ceiling play after taking over the starting job last week. Tye played 72 percent of the snaps and saw seven targets while Larry Donnell did not even get in the game. He only managed 33 yards against a tough Eagles defense, but he gets a much easier draw this week against the Bengals, who have given up the fourth-most points to tight ends and were mauled by Jordan Reed and Vernon Davis before the bye. Tye was a reliable streaming option last year as the clear starter, and he looks to be in that role again.
Recommendation: Streaming option in 12-team leagues

3. Austin Hooper, Falcons – Owned in 13 percent of Yahoo leagues
A strong streaming option last week, Hooper paid off with three catches for 46 yards and a touchdown. He faces a much tougher test this week against the Eagles, but he will once again be worth a stream if Jacob Tamme remains out. Tamme did not practice Monday.
Recommendation: Streaming option in 12-team leagues

4. Lance Kendricks, Rams – Owned in 15 percent of Yahoo leagues
Case Keenum’s favorite target the last three games, Kendricks has at least 12.5 PPR points in each contest. He has not flashed much upside over that run, but he is a nice floor play in a decent matchup with the Jets this week.
Recommendation: Streaming option in 14-team leagues

Watch List: Hunter Henry seems unlikely to play after not practicing at all last week and with the bye on deck. He would rank third on this list if active, however…Even with Jordan Reed back, Vernon Davis stayed involved in the offense before the bye. If that continues, he could have streaming appeal in better matchups…Jared Cook could return this week against a Titans defense which has been victimized by tight ends of late, but there is no way to trust him coming back from a long injury layoff. Richard Rodgers had a big game against the Colts, but the smart money is on him fading back into irrelevance, especially if Cook returns…Virgil Green is who he is…Ladarius Green might return this week. He might not. It really does not matter that much for fantasy at this point…Vance McDonald has two long touchdowns this season. He has nine catches for 86 yards on his other 223 snaps…Tyler Higbee saw seven targets against the Panthers after seeing just seven the first seven games. He only hauled in one, but Higbee has the receiving upside to be a factor in an offense that needs playmakers.

DEFENSE/SPECIAL TEAMS

1. Houston Texans – Owned in 42 percent of Yahoo leagues
Jacksonville has the fifth-most turnovers this season and has given up 19 sacks. This is a good get-right spot for the Texans defense.

2. San Diego Chargers – Owned in 39 percent of Yahoo leagues
The Chargers defense continues to create turnovers and put points on the board. San Diego leads the league with four defensive touchdowns and has chipped in a safety as well. The Dolphins have gone extra conservative on offense, but the Chargers have the ability to shut down the running game and force Ryan Tannehill to throw, especially at home.

3. Chicago Bears – Owned in 2 percent of Yahoo leagues
Quietly turning into a stout defense, the Bears have at least two sacks in five consecutive games including two with five takedowns. The Bucs both give the ball away and give up sacks, making Chicago a sneaky streaming option.

Looking Ahead: The Raiders defense has played pretty well lately, and they get Brock Osweiler in prime-time after the bye.

KICKERS
1. Nick Novak, Texans – Owned in 14 percent of Yahoo leagues
Novak has multiple makes in all but one game this season, and the Jaguars have given up the most field goals per game this year.

2. Josh Lambo, Chargers – Owned in 49 percent of Yahoo leagues
Lambo has at least three made field goals in three of his last four games, and the Dolphins have faced the fifth-most kicks.

3. Caleb Sturgis, Eagles – Owned in 42 percent of Yahoo leagues
Sturgis has at least two made field goals in every game this season and should get plenty of opportunities in a high-scoring game against the Falcons.

Looking Ahead: Matt Prater has been a solid fantasy option for the last month, and he gets the Jags at home after the bye. 

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