Waiver Wire Watch: Week 14

Every week, I highlight a few players that you should target in waivers. I use the ESPN league data when filtering players, so the only players eligible for discussion here are those that are available on the waiver wire of at least 50% of ESPN’s leagues. I’ll list each player’s percentage-owned after their name so you have an idea of how available they are in leagues around the country. I’ll always try to mention a few players that are available in 90% of leagues for those of you in 12-team leagues or leagues with big rosters. I’ll rank them in the order I’d pick them up in a league with a high-performance, PPR scoring system.

Please note that these rankings are for total value through the end of the year. Players with particularly good matchups this week are in bold.


Gus Frerotte (29.9)
Shaun Hill (30.6)

Matt Hasselbeck (48.7)
Joe Flacco (45.6)
Kerry Collins (46.7)
JaMarcus Russell (23.8)
Marc Bulger (42.9)
Ryan Fitzpatrick (6.7)


Peyton Hillis (62.3) would be a great play against Kansas City this week. Le’Ron McClain (52.4) appears to be the RB1 in Baltimore right now, but matchups against Washington and Pittsburgh over the next two weeks. make him an iffy pickup.

Cedric Benson (42.8)
Brandon Jackson (8.8)

Tashard Choice (1.7)
Carnell Williams (36.5)
Maurice Morris (21.1)
Ladell Betts (20.5)


Amani Toomer (35.0)
Domenik Hixon (7.0)
Davone Bess (7.1)
Matt Jones (41.4)
Mark Clayton (7.8)
Devin Hester (40.0)
Deion Branch (14.2)
Justin Gage (49.6)
Antwaan Randle El (38.6)
Mark Bradley (23.8)
Brandon Stokley (21.8)
Michael Jenkins (29.9)


Dustin Keller (67.7) is still out there in more than 32% of ESPN leagues and is starter-quality at this point in the season. Kevin Boss (63.1) has a great matchup this week. Heath Miller (52.0) has also been good over the last two weeks.

Zach Miller (47.7)
Donald Lee (45.2)
John Carlson (37.8)
Todd Heap (48.7)
Marcedes Lewis (21.9)
L.J. Smith (19.2)
Martellus Bennett (3.0)

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