Waiver Wire is our weekly look at players available in many leagues that could have an immediate impact on your fantasy roster, or simply just players to keep on your radar. We’ll be here all season to let you know which players to watch, who to ignore, and most importantly, who to pick up. If you have any waiver wire questions, feel free to post them in our Fantasy Football Forum.

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Fred Jackson BUF | RB

Jackson had his bye week 6, and a lot of owners dropped him to make room for other players. This was a bad move, if he is available go ahead and pick him up. Jackson is coming off of a great season, and he should be able to put together some solid games. (about 50% owned)

Marshawn Lynch SEA | RB

The timeshare in Seattle is going to be a bigger split then a lot of people thought, but Lynch is still going to get a lot of touches. He had 20 touches in week 6, and he put together a solid game. Lynch should have a lot of value for the rest of the season, and he should be owned in almost all leagues. (about 60% owned)

Ryan Torain WAS | RB

The days of Clinton Portis as the starting running back in Washington are over. It looks like Torain is here to stay, and he needs to be universally owned at this point. Torain has the potential of being a top 15 running back in the second of the season. (about 75% owned)

Pierre Garcon IND | WR

We think too many owners gave up on Garcon too early. He is still a young talented starting wide receiver on a great offense, and he should have a good second half of the season. He is coming off a big game week 6, and we expect he will have many more this season. (about 75% owned)


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Kevin Kolb PHI | QB

There is no guarantee that Vick gets his job back once he is healthy enough to return. Kolb has looked great the last two weeks, and we think there is a decent chance he holds onto the starting position. If you at all need a QB then pick up Kolb and stash him until we hear the official news out of Philly. (about 30% owned)

Jason Avant PHI | WR

If you haven’t seen the hit that Desean Jackson took week 6 then take a minute and check it out. He is all but out week 7 and possibly even longer. Avant is going to be asked to do more on the Eagles offense, and he could have decent short term value. (about 5% owned)

Mike Williams SEA | WR

This former first rounder had another big game week 6. He has emerged as the number 1 receiving option for the Seahawks, and we think it’s time to pick him up. Seattle’s offense isn’t amazing, but they have been finding ways to put points on the board. (about 10% owned)

Danny Woodhead NE | WR/RB

Woodhead has been a nice surprise this year, and we think he has decent value in a PPR league. He had 16 touches week 6 and he is quickly becoming a big part of the Patriots offense. We doubt he will be a consistent fantasy players, but look for him to have some big games. (about 10% owned)

Patrick Crayton SD | WR

Malcom Floyd and Gates got banged up week 6, which opened the door for Crayton to get some extra looks. He took full advantage catching 6 passes for 117 yards. It sounds like Floyd will miss week 7 which should open the door for Crayton to be in the starting lineup. If Naanee is healthy he could also see more passes as well, but he was unable to play week 6 so keep an eye on his availability. (about 5% owned)

Donald Brown IND | RB

The Colts have a bye week 7 which should give Brown time to recover from his injury. Addai however may not be so lucky. Addai go hurt week 6 and he appeared to be in a ton of pain, the extent of the injury hasn’t been announced yet but he could miss some time. We say pick up Brown until we hear if Addai is going to miss any games. (about 30% owned)

Anthony Armstrong WAS | WR

Armstrong has been a nice surprise for the Redskins, and he has emerged as the clear #2. Armstrong has put together a couple good games in a row, and the Redskins seem committed to getting him involved. We think he has good value moving forward. (about 10% owned)

Deion Branch NE | WR

The return to New England was a successful one for Branch in week 6. He racked up 9 catches for 98 yards, and he found he endzone. It looks like he could be in position to get a heavy workload in the new Patriots offense. Branch had some decent seasons with the Pats back in the day, and we think he could have some success this year as well. (about 35% owned)

Christopher Ivory NO | RB

Bush and Thomas could be back for week 7, but there is a chance they don’t come back until week 8. This would give Ivory one more week to get the bulk of the carries. He was very impressive week 6, and he could be worth a start week 7 depending on the availability of the other running backs in New Orleans. (about 15% owned)

Steve Johnson BUF | WR

Johnson has been a touchdown machine in the last 3 games for Buffalo. The Bills offense isn’t the best, but they play from behind a lot, and Johnson should get plenty of opportunities moving forward. (about 35% owned)

Seattle SEA | DEF

The Cardinals are heading out to Seattle week 7 and that is not an easy place to play. The Cardinals have been terrible on the road, and the Seahawks D should be able to rack up some sacks. We think Seattle’s D is a great pickup and play option. (about 35% owned)

Owen Daniels HOU | TE

It looks like Daniels might be close to 100% after his knee surgery from last year. The Texans have a bye week 7, but this should only give Daniels more time to get strength back in his knee. Daniels was a top 5 TE before his injury last year, and he could have a huge second half. (about 50% owned)

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Danario Alexander STL | WR

Alexander is one of the WR’s that is going to help fill the void left by Clayton. This rookie had an impressive game week 6, catching 4 balls for 72 yards and a touchdown. We aren’t sold just yet that Alexander is the guy to own out in St. Louis, but he is worth adding to your radar. (about 5% owned)

Deon Butler SEA | WR

Butler had his best game of the year week 6, and he has grabbed our attention. He has a starting job now, and he is someone that could have some value this year. In most leagues we say to just keep an eye on him, but he could be worth an add in really deep leagues. (about 5% owned)

Devin Aromashodu CHI | WR

That’s right we have an Aromashodu sighting. He is slowly getting involved back into the offense, and he is someone that everyone should be keeping a close eye on. Aromashodu has the most fantasy upside out of all the Chicago receivers, and it’s a good sign to see him back out on the field. (about 20% owned)steve johnson

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