The waiver wire has been picked pretty clean by this time, so just remember to swap out your bye week players in Week 7, and grab what little there is to fill your holes.
The bye week may hurt fantasy owners because we have to figure out who to substitute in for our regular starters. But, the truth is, the week after a bye is usually more fruitful than the week before it because the team has had a chance to work on their struggles.
All A.J. Green could see on Thursday night was green, as the route light was lit and he was taking off from the line of scrimmage. Green and Andy Dalton tuned the Dolphins secondary up for 10 catches, 173 yards, and a touchdown on prime-time television.
Now that the bye weeks have officially kicked off, depth is an important factor in winning games. Injuries have ravaged the NFL and fantasy rosters alike, and the waiver wire will become a baron wasteland in no time. Let’s take a look at a few guys you will want to target this week to help fill out those rosters.
If you consider the sheer amount of injuries we saw last week across the NFL, putting together a fantasy line-up this week will be a challenge for most owners to say the least.
To say injuries changed the landscape of fantasy football teams across the board is an understatement. The waiver wire is going to be busy this week, and you need to make the smart decisions this week to gain an edge on the other members of your league. Let’s take a look at the top players you should target as we head into Week 3.