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Waiver Wire Pickups: Wide Receivers to Stash Ahead of Week 14 (2022 Fantasy Football)

Dec 3, 2022
Waiver Wire Pickups: Wide Receivers to Stash Ahead of Week 14 (2022 Fantasy Football)

Week 13 is here, and the bye weeks are making managing fantasy rosters even trickier than the usual glut of injuries and under-performers does. Week 14 is just around the corner. These are the players you should be picking up now to get ahead of your league mates.

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Waiver Wire Pickups: Wide Receivers to Stash Ahead of Week 14

Donovan Peoples-Jones (WR – CLE) – 53% Rostered

Week 12 was Donovan Peoples-Jones first single-digit game in his last six outings, and before that game he had averaged 13.4 PPR points per game. Now, Peoples-Jones gets Deshaun Watson as his quarterback and the passing game should be a bit less of the last resort that it was sometimes this year.

Zay Jones (WR – JAX) – 50% Rostered

The Jaguars and Zay Jones are coming off their best performance of the season against a Ravens defense that had few answers in the closing stages of the game. Jones has been a top-36 wide receiver in each of the last three games and is the perfect depth piece for bench spots as the fantasy playoffs approach.

Jameson Williams (WR – DET) – 38% Rostered

It’s possible that Jameson Williams returns from his ACL injury and doesn’t get up to speed to make a difference this season. Still, it’s also possible that he comes back and is able to stake a large target share straight away amongst a Lions receiving core depleted of talent outside of Amon-Ra St. Brown. If you are in a keeper league then Williams is definitely someone to be rostered.

Skyy Moore (WR – KC) – 9% Rostered

Kadarius Toney‘s hamstring is back to the form it was in New York and Mecole Hardman remains on IR currently, leaving Skyy Moore the opportunity to stake his claim in Kansas City. Moore has had back-to-back games with six targets and has set season highs in snap rate for two weeks running. The Chiefs are an offensive juggernaut that could win the rest of their games on the way to the playoffs. It’s possible they look to get Moore even more involved ready for the playoffs.

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