Who are some of the top Dynasty Week 13 Waiver Wire Adds?
Quarterbacks dominated the week 12 headlines in the NFL. Lots of backups got the start this week and one team basically played without one. Opportunity is what dynasty players look for. Below I list some players who have the opportunity needed to be dynasty adds for you to target this week off the week 13 waiver wire. If you missed my week 12 adds click here.
Week 12 stats: 6 completions, 10 attempts, 31 yards, 0 touchdowns, 0 interceptions, 5 rushes, 7 yards
Season stats: 6 completions, 10 attempts, 31 yards, 0 touchdowns, 0 interceptions, 5 rushes, 7 yards
Colt McCoy – QB, NYG
He took over midway through the third quarter for starting quarterback Daniel Jones (hamstring). It was reported after the game that Jones suffered a pretty bad hamstring injury and he could miss some time. At this point in his career McCoy just isn’t good. Even though he will be facing a Seattle Seahawks defense that does get burned by the pass, I don’t think McCoy will be able to take advantage. He’s only worth starting in two quarterback leagues and would still be a desperation play.
Week 12 stats: 17 completions, 29 attempts, 136 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception, 4 rushes, 7 yards, 1 fumble lost
Season stats: 17 completions, 29 attempts, 136 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception, 4 rushes, 7 yards, 1 fumble lost
Brandon Allen – QB, CIN
He got the start on Sunday for the injured Bengals starting quarterback Joe Burrow (knee). While his stat line looks better than Colt McCoy’s, Allen isn’t much better at playing quarterback. Allen averaged a bad 4.7 yards per attempt while completing just 59 percent of his passes. He was very fortunate to only have one interception and likely should of had more. Assuming Allen gets the start, in week 13, it won’t get any easier facing the Miami Dolphins. He should only be started in two quarterback leagues and again I would avoid it if at all possible.
Week 12 stats: 7 receptions, 63 yards, 1 touchdown, 7 targets, 1 fumble lost, snap% 48
Season stats: 14 receptions, 126 yards, 1 touchdown, 19 targets, 1 fumble lost, snap% 24
Chad Beebe – WR, MIN
Beebe had his best game of the season against the Carolina Panthers. It helps when the Vikings were missing their top wide receiver and backup tight end. As Minnesota’s number three wide receiver Beebe did a nice job taking advantage of the additional targets. He ended in a four way tie with seven receptions and tied for third in targets with seven. While I do expect Adam Thielen and Irv Smith Jr back for the Vikings next game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, if that doesn’t happen Beebe would make for a nice deep league start. If you’re looking for wide receiver depth as we approach the fantasy football playoffs why not add Chad??
Week 12 stats: 2 receptions, 16 yards, 1 touchdown, 4 targets, snap% 46
Season stats: 7 receptions, 56 yards, 3 touchdowns, 14 targets, snap% 35
Mercedes Lewis – TE, GB
Normally I wouldn’t recommend someone who is 36 years old, but he did have his best game of the season in week 12. Additionally, someone who has three touchdown receptions on fourteen targets does have meaning. Rodgers looks at his tight ends when they get into the redzone if Davante Adams isn’t open. For what it’s worth Lewis is the tight end two behind Robert Tonyan. If you’re in a tight end premium league and need a dart throw why not try Lewis??