Week 13: Dr. Roto's Waiver Wire Wednesday

It's late in the season and there aren't too many players left but Dr. Roto manages to pinpoint some unique talents who may be worth targeting on the waiver wire in Week 13!

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Daily Dr. Roto — November 30, 2016

Waiver Wire Wednesday

Quarterbacks

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.

Running Backs

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.

Wide Receivers

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.

Tight Ends

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.


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