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Best Waiver Wire Options for Week 14 – WR’s, TE’s and D/ST’s

Published On December 3, 2014 | By Matthew Futter | Fantasy Football Strategy, Football

Playoffs are here (for most leagues), and these are some of the guys that you may need to fill out your roster!

WR’s

  • Steadman Bailey, St. Louis Rams

Bailey topped 100 yards for the first time this season, and has collected 12 catches over the past two weeks. With the injury to Brian Quick, Bailey has emerged as a nice option for Shaun Hill.

  • Harry Douglas, Atlanta Falcons

Douglas is another wide receiver that reached the 100 yard mark for the first time in 2014 this past Sunday. He filled in for an injured Roddy White and performed well. This happened last season when there were injuries to the Falcons receiving corps. If White is out again, he should be a possible flex option.

  • Marquise Lee, Jacksonville Jaguars

Lee scored for the first time this season, and he looks like the talent that the Jaguars were hoping for. The injury to Allen Robinson and the inefficiencies of Allen Hurns and Cecil Shorts make him a possible option for fantasy owners.

  • Nate Washington, Tennessee Titans

Washington scored for only the second time this season, and seems locked in at the number two role after fellow teammate Justin Hunter was lost to an injury. The shaky QB play might scare you away, but he faces three of the worst defenses against wide receivers the end the season.

TE’s

  • Jordan Reed, Washington Redskins

The 2014 NFL season has been very disappointing for Reed, but he had his most impressive effort on Sunday. He caught nine balls for 123 yards, but he hasn’t scored yet this season. If he can stay healthy, he has top 10 potential for the rest of the season.

DST’s

  • Minnesota vs. NYJ

They get to play the New York Jets. Enough said.

 

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