“Fantasy Football”: 7 players to target on waivers


In the majority of “fantasy football” leagues, there are few weeks left before the playoffs. For many poolers, waivers will be a key element in qualifying for one-night games.

So here are seven players to target before the 13th week of activities begins in the NFL:

Mike White, quarterback (available in 95% of Yahoo! leagues)

The New York Jets decided to turn to Mike White after Zach Wilson lost locker room support. In his first start, the newcomer behind center threw three touchdown passes and rushed for 315 yards. However, he has the Minnesota Vikings and the Buffalo Bills as next opponents.

JaMycal Hasty, Running Back (Available in 96% of Yahoo! Leagues)

Travis Etienne is in bad shape with the Jacksonville Jaguars and JaMycal Hasty takes advantage of it. Even if the first is able to play Sunday, against the Detroit Lions, the second will certainly have the ball several times.

Zonovan Knight, Running Back (Available in 98% of Yahoo! Leagues)

Zonovan Knight is an unknown to the vast majority of “fantasy football” fans, yet he was the main running back used by the Jets last week. The 21-year-old has benefited from Michael Carter’s injury to make a name for himself. He will continue to get chances if he stays out of the game.

Richie James, Wide Receiver (Available in 98% of Yahoo! Leagues)

The New York Giants rep won’t win your matchup of the week on his own, but he can give you a hand. Richie James became his team’s second target due to season-ending injuries to Sterling Shepard and Wan’Dale Robinson.

Zay Jones, wide receiver (available in 74% of Yahoo! leagues)

The veteran is enjoying his career best moments in the NFL. Zay Jones has had 24 catches for 253 yards in his last three outings. He seems to have developed a great chemistry with Trevor Lawrence at the Jaguars.

Treylon Burks, wide receiver (available in 49% of Yahoo! leagues)

The name of Treylon Burks is found in our suggestions for a second consecutive week. After delivering a stellar performance more than 14 days ago, he did it again with four catches for 70 yards and a rushing major against the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday.

Tight End Hunter Henry (Available in 70% of Yahoo! Leagues)

Since there really isn’t a No. 1 wide receiver in the New England Patriots, Hunter Henry is an attractive option. However, he is at the mercy of the performance of Mac Jones, who has not been an example of consistency since the start of the campaign.

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