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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Sidney Rice MIN | WR

Rice came back week 11 and was actually a decent part of the offense. It doesn’t sound like he is 100% healthy just yet, but we still love him as an add. Especially with a matchup against the Redskins in week 12. (about 65% owned)

Vincent Jackson SD | WR

We are shocked that people aren’t picking up Jackson. He was a top fantasy WR last year, and he should have an instant impact on the Chargers offense. Jackson should have some great games down the stretch and he needs to be owned in all leagues. (about 60% owned)

Mario Manningham NYG | WR

Crushing blow to all of the Nicks owners with the latest injury news. But with Nicks being out for the next few weeks, this should open the door for Manningham to put up big numbers. The Giants are going to still throw a good bit, so look for Manningham to pick up most of the slack. (about 75% owned)

Keiland Williams WAS | RB

WIth Portis probably done for the season, and Torain still trying to come back from an injury, Williams could be a nice short term pickup. He has looked good so far, and he could see 20+ touches in week 12. It will probably just turn into a mess once Torain comes back, who knows when that will be at this point. (about 40% owned)

Nate Burleson DET | WR

Burleson hasn’t had much trouble getting open with all the attention on Johnson. The Lions go up against the Patriots week 12, and they should be able to move the ball. The Patriots have one of the worst D’s in the league, and Burleson should be in line for another big game. (about 20% owned)

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Maurice Morris DET | RB

Jahvid Best is clearly far from 100% which will mean Morris will get more touches. It’s a short week for the Lions as they get ready to face the Pats on Thanksgiving. We doubt Best will have time to get his toe into shape, so Morris could be a great pickup and play this week. (about 5% owned)

Mike Goodson CAR | RB

Goodson has looked great in his 2 starts this so far this year. With Stewart still hurt, Goodson could be in line for another start or two. Even once Stewart comes back there is no guarantee that he takes over the workload. (about 35% owned)

Nate Washington TEN | WR

The Titans QB’s are dropping like flies, but we still like the potential of Washington moving forward. Rusty Smith is going to be the new Titans QB, and he couldn’t ask for a better matchup for his first career start. The Titans play Houston week 12, and with think Washington could have another big game even with the rookie throwing him the ball. (about 50% owned)

Mike Thomas JAC | WR

News just broke that Sims-Walker has a high ankle sprain, which means Thomas is going to get more looks. Thomas has had 2 good games in a row, and he is a must add in PPR leagues. Thomas might have a hard time getting open with Sims-Walker out of the picture, but he should still put up decent numbers. (about 30% owned)

Cleveland Defense CLE | DEF

The Browns looked great on D week 11 against the Jags, and things get easier for them week 12. Cleveland will host the Panthers and they should be able to force some turnovers. The Browns should be a great pickup and play D for week 12. (about 15% owned)

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Ben Obomanu SEA | WR

There are reports coming out that the Mike Williams injury could be serious. If so Obomanu would be plugged into the starting lineup and he could have an impact. He has had 3 decent games in a row, and look for him to continue to put up good numbers if Williams misses any time. (about 5% owned)

Derek Hagan NYG | WR

With all of the WR’s hurt out in New York, Hagan should get a chance for a few more targets. We wouldn’t run out and pick him up just yet, but someone has to catch the ball out there. (about 5% owned)

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