2014 Fantasy Football Rankings Week 3

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Week 3 is going to be won or lost by how well you are working the waiver wire.  There have been a ton of injuries and some of the key spot starters will help you to win this week.  Don't take too many chances and make sure to rely on your stud picks but there are some players available that will help you dominate in Week 3.

2014 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 3

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Another week in the books and there are injuries all over the place along with suspensions. It's been a very odd year already to say the least, but this will be the year the working the waiver wire gets you into the playoffs.

2014 Fantasy Football Rankings Week 2

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Week 2 is so much better than week 1 because you have a better idea of what players are on the rise and what players are on the fall.  Remember to start your studs and use your waiver wire additions to fill in for injuries and players that are just not going to put tons of points on the board.

2014 Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 2

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Week 1 is almost over and it's time to work the waiver wire hard.  The difference between making play-offs or not is how well you work the waiver wire.  Every year I find someone on the waiver wire to fill in for injuries and bye-weeks.  Also we find a player that will become your every week starter.

Double Check (Players that shouldn't be on the wire, but worth a check):

Brandin Cooks (WR, NO) - Drew Brees to Cooks is going to happen frequently and often this season. Would love to have him on my team.

Carlos Hyde (RB, SF) - if anything happens to Frank Gore this kid is going to be a beast. If you have room to snag him then do so.

Also check for Jake Locker (QB, TEN), Markus Wheaton (WR, PIT)