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Daily Dr. Roto — November 30, 2016
Waiver Wire Wednesday
Ryan Tannehill — Don’t look now but the Dolphins are making a playoff push thanks to the improved play of Tannehill. I am not sure you can win a title with him, but in case your starting QB gets hurt down the stretch, he would be a more than worthy replacement.
Trevor Siemian — He won’t play like he did against KC every week, but he is improving at the right time.
Robert Griffin III — Hue Jackson will give RGIII another shot to see if he can be his long-term solution at QB before the season ends.
Matt Barkley — He shocked me with how well he played vs. Tennessee. His schedule down the stretch is pretty good, so he might just be a flier if you are in a deeper league.
Jared Goff — Goff’s three TD passes shows that there is hope for the future of the Rams. Teams will stack the run to stop Gurley so Goff might have a few more 2-3 TD days.
Adrian Peterson — He is working on returning Week 15. Take a shot if you have the room on your roster.
Jalen Richard — It’s Richard and not Washington who is Lat Murray’s backup.
Rex Burkhead — He can run a little and catch a little. Think John Kuhn with Bengal stripes.
Alex Collins — Thomas Rawls is injury prone, and Collins is the next man in line for the job.
Marquess Wilson — Looked pretty solid in his return to the lineup. He is the Bears top target at this point.
Tyler Boyd — Played pretty well as the starter and should only improve moving forward.
Taylor Gabriel — He’s the Falcons version of Tyreek Hill. He won’t play a ton of snaps, but he could make a difference in leagues that give bonuses for long distance TDs.
Dorial Green-Beckham — He looked excellent on the Eagles first series on Monday night before Wentz stopped looking his way. He could be a nice surprise in PPR leagues.
Malcolm Mitchell — I love his size, speed, and QB. If Hogan goes down again, Mitchell is a must add.
Ted Ginn — He has worked his way to being Cam Newton’s favorite target.
Dontrelle Inman — If Tyrell Williams is out, Inman is the next man up for San Diego.
Marqise Lee — Allen Hurns’ hamstring might be an issue this week. If Hurns is out, then start Lee for sure.
Vernon Davis — Jordan Reed has a Grade 3 sprain of his shoulder. This could require surgery at some point soon. Davis has been playing well but would skyrocket if Reed is declared out for the season.
Vance McDonald — He’s arguably been Kaepernick’s favorite target the last few weeks.
Ladarius Green — Starting to pick up the Steelers offense and is building trust with Big Ben.
Jermaine Gresham — Palmer has looked his way recently, but he is nothing more than a deep league flyer.
A.J. Derby — He looks like the Broncos new starting TE. He caught four passes vs. KC, and we all know that Kubiak loves throwing to the TE.