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Trades and injuries have brought some players into a desirable position on the waiver wire this week. Atlanta, Cincinatti, Los Angeles, and New Orleans all have bye weeks, so you might be missing some valuable players. Here are some of the top streamers for week 9.
Chris Conley has 14 targets over the last two weeks. He had 103 yards and a touchdown on four receptions against the Jets, and 83 yards off of 3 receptions the week before against the Bengals. Conley has a good matchup this week against the Texans who haven’t been great against the pass. While Conley hasn’t been fully consistent this year, he has potential to have big games as he’s proven over the past couple of weeks. I think he’s going to remain a big target for Minshew in their upcoming matchup against the Texans.
There was some hype surrounding Stills after Will Fuller’s injury. Unfortunately, against Oakland, he didn’t really deliver on that hype. He had 3 receptions for 22 yards. Stills has 18 receptions, 315 yards, and a touchdown on the year. He has a lot of potential still and is part of a powerful offense which means he’s going to get chances for big plays. His performance against the Raiders might have been a good thing for your fantasy squad, as people dropped him after Sunday night. He might be newly available in your league and I still think he’s going to be a productive receiver this season.
Darren Fells is coming off of a big game in Oakland. He had 6 receptions for 58 yards and two touchdowns, bringing in 23.8 points in PPR leagues. Despite a big game like this, he’s been inconsistent this season. Over the past 6 weeks, he’s only had 4 games with double digit points. The other two games were below 5 points. The tight end position in pretty dried up in the waiver market this season, so Fells might be your best bet this week just based on the fact that he’s capable of having big games like the one he had against Oakland.
The Dolphins sent Kenyan Drake to Arizona, making Mark Walton their number one back. Against the Steelers, Walton had 11 carries for 35 yards. While he wasn’t incredibly productive, he still got a lot of carries. The Jets are a hard team to run against, so his matchup isn’t the greatest this week. However, the running back waiver pool is running low. I think that Walton is one of the best running backs still available. At the end of the day, he’s the starting running back, and therefore is going to be getting a fair amount of carries every week. As long as he’s getting the carries, he’s getting chances to make plays and therefore get your fantasy squad points.
Raheem Mostert had a big game in the 49ers triumphant win against the Panthers on Sunday. He rushed for 60 yards and a touchdown off of 9 carries, an average of 6.7 yards per carry. Matt Breida is limited for tonight’s game against the Cardinals, which means that Mostert is likely to get more carries. The 49ers have a good matchup against the Cardinals, whose rushing defense falls in the bottom 10 for average yards allowed per game. If Mostert gets carries this game, which I believe he will, then I think he’s going to put up numbers similar to those in week 8.
Derek Carr has been a solid quarterback this season. He’s thrown for 11 touchdowns and 1,695 yards, and only four interceptions on the year. He has a passer rating of 103.6 on the season, and is tied with Kirk Cousins as the most accurate passers among quarterbacks with over 100 attempts, with a 72.1% completion rate. Carr has a matchup against the Lions this week, whose pass defense has allowed the most yards per game on average, with 289.7. It’s looking like Carr is going to have a chance at a big game this week, so if you’re missing your quarterback or looking for a new one I’d take a look at Carr for week 9.
Despite a 1-6 record, the Jets defense has been one of the stronger defenses this season. They allow an average of 5.2 yards per play, 10th fewest in the league, and an average of 3.3 yards per carry, 2nd fewest in the league. They’re playing against the Dolphins this week, which is a great matchup for any defense, especially one that’s as strong as the Jets. The Dolphins are tied for the second most turnovers on the season with 17, so I’m expecting the Jets defense to pick up some good points in this matchup.
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