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Stock Up, Stock Down: Week 10 Waiver Wire

Richard Benites | November 8th, 2018

Week 10 of the 2018 NFL campaign is already here, and like most others, you’re probably shocked at how quickly the football season has gone by this year. However, if you think that’s quick, here’s a reminder that the fantasy football season is nearing an end.

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Week 10 Waiver Wire Adds

Frank Dyevoich | November 6th, 2018

We are officially one month away from the fantasy playoffs so it is time to get in those waiver wire pickups and make those trades that are going to launch your team into the playoffs with a vengeance. There are still some high profile players available that need to be scooped up this week so do not miss out on what could be your last opportunity to add some weekly starters. The following waiver wire adds reflect a $100 Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB).

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From Three-Headed Dogs to a Lost WR: Fantasy Football Stories from Week 1

Matt Woolsey | September 13th, 2018

Week 1 is now in the books and with that, we can start to find trends. But first a little Greek mythology lesson. Have you ever heard of the Cerberus? It’s a three-headed dog that guards the gates of Hades.

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The Quest for a Title Starts Now: Waiver Wire Pickups Prior to Week 1

Frank Dyevoich | September 5th, 2018

You hear it all the time, “You don’t win your league at the draft.” No truer words have been spoken in the history of mankind. Ok, that’s a slight exaggeration, but I had to stress the importance. Every week throughout the season, you should be trying to improve your team. You should be constantly looking for trends to find next week’s waiver wire gems and remain one step ahead of your league mates. You should always be looking for trades to bolster your squad (hint: pick on the losing teams because you were smart and drafted depth). No matter what you think, your team is never good enough. With that being said, a lot of us make panic decisions in our drafts because the clock is winding down or your league mates are yelling at you to pick, and those picks are usually not good ones. So just because the season has not started, it does not mean you can’t start building that championship team. I did a little digging and found players with low ownership percentages that should be owned in both shallow and deeper leagues, or at the very least should be first on your watch list.

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