Fantasy Football Assignment Wire Pickups Week 16: Rookies appear as a priority to add

Ideally, you wouldn’t need a fantasy football waiver wire pole at this late date. Hopefully, you’ll find yourself on your way to the semi-finals, and come out of the playoffs with a well-loaded roster. However, not all of us are in this situation. For those of you with various imaginary problems that need to be addressed, we have potential solutions. Each player discussed below is available in most Yahoo leagues and approved for immediate use. Let’s get you to tournament week.

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Tyler Allgeier, Atlanta Falcons (37% listed)

Allgeier ran with NB Goal Violence Sunday in New Orleans, setting a new career high with 139 rushing yards, with a bruising 5-yard score that includes:

In the first game of Desmond Reader In the quarterback era, Atlanta ran the ball 39 times and attempted just 26 passes despite an early multi-score deficit. We should expect exactly that kind of passing percentage in the final weeks of the season.

The Allgeier cleavage settles evenly with Cordarrell PattersonHowever, he outgained the vet with 84 yards from scrimmage. Each linebacker caught a pass from Ryder. Allgeier now averages 3.52 yards after contact per attempt—eighth best in the league—and spent Sunday poking through several Saints defensive players. BYU’s junior earns 5.0 YPC this season. He had given himself a chance to reach the 1,000-yard plateau as well. It is flexible applicable in recent weeks.

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In the somewhat unlikely event that you make the post-drafting fantasy playoffs Jonathan Taylor First overall… well, thanks for playing this season. Good effort.

Your luck ran out in the quarterfinals when Taylor was knocked out by an ankle injury in the first series of Indy’s wild loss to the Vikings. Just a brutal break in a game in which the Colts raced to a big lead, a scenario that would have warranted a monster performance by Taylor Slim.

With JT sidelined, Dion Jackson I quickly found the end zone:

You may remember that when Taylor missed time earlier in the season, in Weeks 5-6, Jackson gained 212 scrimmage yards on 39 touches, making 14 catches and making one score. He finished the game with 14 touches and 56 total yards against Minnesota on Saturday, though he also lost a crushing fumble late on, accelerating his team’s free fall.

Moss caught and touched Jackson, carrying 24 catches for 81 yards. He was also repeatedly denied at the goal line in the Colts’ opening series after Taylor was out, and was not very efficient on the ground. But he dominated the rushing action after Jackson fumbled, which perhaps tells us something about that hierarchy in the backfield going forward. Moss and Jackson’s upcoming game against the Chargers is amazing, so they’re both on the radar Taylor expected to sit out the rest of the season. The go-to option here is Moss, a favorite for early touch-ups.

Offer: $18 and $9 off

Adds another RB: Chuba Hubbard (He’s out cut Donna Foreman Sunday, 29-14, and was the primary receiving option in the Carolina backfield), Khalil Herbert (He’s a good bet for a Week 16 comeback leading all qualifying runs in yards per tackle at 6.0), Jaylen Warren (The starter handled a season-high 11 carries on Sunday, plus he made it to the end zone; he and Nagy Harris Have a friendly match with Vegas this week), Joshua Kelly (He’s running as the second-place finisher behind Austin, thank you and break the plane against the titans).

Maybe we should mention that, too Royce Freeman And the Dare Ogunbowale The Texans backfield led Sunday, but those two are linked on a low-return offense and the game against Tennessee is unusually tough. These two people do not receive official endorsement.

Wide receivers and tight ends to prioritize

At this point, it’s no surprise at all to see Dotson find the end zone for the leaders — the rookie scored again Sunday night, his sixth career high in nine games this year. Dotson also grabbed a contested deep ball down the field, a shot that, for the time being, felt like it was going to change the course of Washington’s season:

He made his 100-yard debut on Sunday and has now seen 15 targets over the past two weeks. Obviously, the upcoming game with San Francisco is a little tough, but Dotson is a rising talent who earns a greater share of his team’s pass attempts. If he continues to see six or more goals per game, he’s undoubtedly a fantasy starter.

Offer: If the recipient is your biggest need, spend whatever it takes.

Seattle was stomped home by the Niners on Thursday night, and unfortunately, the team lost Tyler Lockett To the broken index finger late in the game. So it was just a miserable night overall for the Seahawks. Lockett, of course, is one of the most talented receivers in the NFL, a talented track runner who can’t be easily replaced; His loss is an insoluble problem for his team.

But without Lockett in the mix, 7-9 goals per game are up for grabs and Goodwin is likely to claim some of it. He’s one of the fastest guys in the league and he’s only a week away from his 5 catch, 95 yard performance as he throws his fourth touchdown of the season. Seattle will definitely have to put the ball in the air against the Chiefs in Week 16, so Goodwin has a clear path to link up with the fantasy. If you just lost Lockett from the playoffs roster, Goodwin is a reasonable alternative option.

Bid: $8

Johnson returned from his ankle injury in Week 15 and immediately resumed his relentless landing:

It simply won’t stop. Johnson made two home calls on Sunday, giving him seven-for-35 only. We can have a TD regression conversation next summer during draft season, but for now, let’s enjoy those highs. The Saints would end the fantasy season with road dates against Cleveland and Philadelphia.

Bid: $7

Osborne saw an outrageous 16 goals in Most unlikely comeback in NFL history On Saturday, he had 10-for-157 yards and 1 score. He had another long win that was erased by a replay review as well. We’re certainly not close to guaranteeing he’ll produce another baseline like Saturday again this season (or perhaps ever), but the guy has hit the end zone in back-to-back games. Obviously the recipient of the circle of trust for Kirk Cousins, for what it’s worth. We can’t completely ignore the 16 goals game. Osborne got into the league’s deep conversation. It is not difficult to build a case that is at least as interesting as it is Adam Thelin These days.

Bid: $4

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver KJ Osborn is on the fantasy radar coming out with the best career game. (AP Photo/Andy Clayton King)

Additional receivers and stock tight ends: Mikul Hardman (Looks likely to be activated in Week 16 matchup with Seattle; we’ll remind you, Hardman has emerged as a key weapon in the red zone, scoring five points in three games before going down with an abdominal injury), Russell Gage (He’s healthy again and coming out in a week with 2 grades and 12 goals), Noah Brown (Over the past two weeks, he’s been targeted 15 times, throwing 134 yards and two tacks), Rashid Shaheed (He’s never actually seen more than four goals in a game, which is an obvious concern, but the speedy rookie from Weber State keeps playing; he’s already led the Saints in running routes on Sunday), Mac Hollins (He remained heavily involved, even as the Raiders receiving corps near full force, drawing eight goals and crossing the goal line), Tesum Hill (He rushed for 30 yards and topped 80 with one score, and wasn’t a tight end in any obvious way *ignore*).

Quarterback for the goal

Whatever may happen to Purdy specifically or the Niners’ quarterback future in general, it’s pretty certain: Iowa State’s rookie team is producing exactly Such as Jimmy Garoppolo It will be for fictional purposes.

Jimmy G is an unrivaled master of the 200-yard, 2-TD game and Purdy has averaged 204 and two scores over the past three weeks. Kyle Shanahan’s offense made several quarterback layups and Purdy didn’t miss any of them. On Thursday night, San Francisco delved deeper into the archives for the first time George KeitelTwo landings:

Kettle’s second result was absurdly open:

This offense is rolling at the moment, despite the fact that the third-string quarterback is at controls and Debo Samuel Marginalized. San Francisco has the weapons to stress defenses at all levels, and Purdy takes absolute command of the offense. You can trust him against Washington and Vegas in the money weeks if you have QB needs.

Bid: $7

if Jalen Hurts Actually unable to go in Week 16 against Dallas due to a right shoulder injury, Minshew sure is fit enough to direct an offense loaded with playmakers. He made two starts last Philly season, completing 67.2 percent of his attempts for 428 yards, four TDs and one pick. He clearly has none of Hurts’ rushing talent, but he’s a capable passer.

As an alternate playoff quarterback, you could certainly do worse than the guy to throw to AJ BrownAnd the Devonta Smith And the Dallas Goedert. The Eagles have clearly played their way to a place where they don’t need to bring Hurts back into regular season action and Minshew is an excellent Plan B.

Bid: $6

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Los Angeles Chargers (24%)

Chargers get a date with Matt Ryan Monday night, which, honestly, should be all you need to know. At this point, Ryan is a highly sackable, immobile quarterback who is still a top player despite the fact that he excels at intercepting every game. Even LA’s flawed defense should be able to come to our aid in this game.

Bid: $2

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