Fantasy Waiver Wire Week 15: Alshon Jeffery’s injuries, Darius Slayton and Boston Scott escapes applied more free agents

Darius Slayton

Monday Night Football provided a microcosm of the fantastic events of last week: a great injury (Alshon Jeffery), a great break (Boston Scott) and a repeated production of a careless sleeper (Darius Slayton). This type of situation occurs wherever you have looked on Sunday, has updated a large number of exemptions for smart microphones in week 15 and free-agent additions. The obvious wives intensified (DeAndre Washington, Bilal Powell, Adrian Peterson, Ian Thomas), other injury replacements (Breshad Perriman, Hayden Hurst) occurred, and several players continued their series of solid performances under the radar (Raheem Mostert, Ryan Tannehill, Cole Beasley) When you put it all together, there are many players worth targeting during the exemptions and exemptions, around 4 am and 5 p.m. ET on Wednesday morning in the Yahoo and ESPN leagues.

And this doesn’t even mention the streamers of week 15. Our full list of free agents is full of players ready to enjoy favorable games in the fantastic semifinal. From the QB (Ryan Fitzpatrick, Gardner Minshew, Jacoby Brissett) to the WR (AJ Brown, Zach Pascal, Kendrick Bourne) to the TE (David Njoku, Jeff Heuerman) to the D / ST (Chefs, Seahawks, Buccaneers), we have Something chosen for everyone. (The streamers are at the bottom of the list). You can even check our kicker classification for week 15 if you think kicker games are important (which they don’t have, but we don’t judge you if you think so).

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As we said last week, this is not the time to support your waiver requests. Due to injuries, there are legitimate pickups in each position that guarantee high exemption claims in any week. But even if you’re just looking for a feed, you must do whatever it takes to get the player you don’t need. Of course, there will probably be more microphones next week, but first, you should get there, and there should be even fewer owners in your league looking to make microphones.

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Darius Slayton, WR, Giants. Slayton has already been on that list and returns after a dominant turn as Eli Manning’s favorite catcher on Monday night. Slayton had eight high-level goals (one more than Sterling Shepard, three more than Golden Tate), catching five for 154 yards and two touchdowns. Slayton has averaged just under 10 goals per game in his last four games and has had three games with two touchdowns in his last six games. With the Dolphins and Redskins on deck for the rest of the fantastic playoffs, Slayton could be a major difference, regardless of the New York QB.

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Boston Scott, RB, Eagles. Scott gave the Eagles an offensive attack on Monday night, running 10 times for 59 yards and a score and six more catches (six goals) for 69 yards. Scott was better than Miles Sanders as a pilot and receiver, and it seems likely that he would save time if Jordan Howard (shoulder) lacks time. Even if Howard returns, Scott could have saved playing time at Sanders as a change of pace/reception. Anyway, it is worth being added in the PPR leagues with the Redskins at the tip of week 15.

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Nelson Agholor WR, Eagles (or Greg Ward or JJ Arcega-Whiteside). At the end of Monday night’s game, Philadelphia had only one receiver in good health (Greg Ward). Seriously. Alshon Jeffery left early due to a foot/ankle injury and JJ Arcega-Whiteside limped with a late hamstring injury. We don’t know if Agholor (or Jeffery or Arcega-Whiteside) will be ready for next week.

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