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Dynasty Waiver Wire: Week 14

We examine the waiver wire to find any potential playoff-worthy talent.

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We examine the waiver wire to find any potential playoff-worthy talent.


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Dynasty Waiver Wire: Week 14
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Tanner Norman
2 years ago

Hi Addison. I am wondering who out of these list of players look to hold their value next year. As a owner that is out of contention this year. Picking up some players that will have increased value next year is a move I like to do when I’m in this situation. Thanks for your hard work and efforts. Much appreciated.

2 years ago

Her Addison,

Can we dig deeper with this column? This is borderline just a little deeper list for a redraft league, not quite up to par with a dynasty league imo. The names that are routinely on this list are literally rostered in every league that I’m in. Guys like Andy Isabella should’ve been drafted last year and should never be on the waiver wire…at least not yet.

All I’m saying is the IDP waiver wire on this site is absolutely phenomenal with regular talks of snap counts and other tangible data. A guy like Durham Smythe and even deeper. He might not turn into anything, but he’s continually poking around the box scores in limited fashion. But so was Tyreek Hill and now he’s arguably the top dynasty WR.

Reply to  Adam Bendzick
2 years ago

For the record, that’s not comparing Smythe to Tyreek and that’s he all of the sudden going to break out. But I would love to see you talk about someone that I could actually spend FAAB on. Thanks for listening.

Thomas Jones
Reply to  Adam Bendzick
2 years ago

That’s not necessarily true in all cases. One of my leagues rosters 23 players (12 team) and Isabella was (rightfully) in free agency not producing. So there is certainly some value in highlighting players that a fringe talents in shallow roster leagues. At the very least it can help a rebuilding manager rank hold assets at the back end of a roster.

Reply to  Thomas Jones
2 years ago

I respectfully disagree. In the league you referenced that means there is 276 players rostered. Let’s also say there might be 30-40 players on IR due to covid or injury. In the most recent ADP results Isabella was 192. Average staff ranking on DLF is 172. He’s only in his second year and he has a pretty high draft status with a core WR headed towards retirement. If you’re talking a 10 team league that rosters 20 players, then maybe Isabella is on the waiver wire… maybe. This is dynasty, not redraft.

All I’m saying is these guys mostly aren’t on the waiver wire in typical league’s roster 220+ players. The article is written well, I’d just say its more “cheap trade targets” than waiver wire acquisitions.

Reply to  Adam Bendzick
2 years ago

Adam i am with you here.
I feel a section by section league depth would be useful.

Shallow leagues 20 roster
Medium leagues 20-25
Deep leagues 25+

Some of the latter parts of this are often on here but must adds are literally never available.

2 years ago

Maybe even very deep league of 30+

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