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Dynasty Waiver Wire: Week Three

We examine your top options on the waiver wire after week three.

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We examine your top options on the waiver wire after week three.


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Dynasty Waiver Wire: Week Three
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Stephen Paratore(@headbanger)
2 months ago

Maybe the news of Panthers TE Tremble broke after this was written but seems he could be a nice waiver add with the team trading away TE Arnold.

Ashley Moser(@cubby09)
2 months ago

I keep reading/hearing this phrase: Raymond viable in an offense that will always be in positive passing game scripts.
Can you clarify what exactly a positive passing game script is as opposed to a negative? Does that mean passing downs in comparison to the running downs? If so, isn’t just about every team nowadays a positive passing game script?

Wendell Bera(@GBDiehard)
Reply to  Ashley Moser
2 months ago

Generally speaking. If a team is trailing a game for the majority of the time then they would most likely have to pass more in order to catch up, thus creating a positive pass game script and a negative run game script. The opposite holds true if a team is leading. A negative pass game and a positive run game because they are trying to use up the clock more. Neutral game script is when the score is relatively close.

Mat Weller(@matweller)
2 months ago

So one article says add Gio Bernard immediately and another says he’s a roster clogger. Got it

Rodolfo Jacinto(@paradox)
Reply to  Mat Weller
2 months ago

They’re not written by the same author. In the end, it’s up to you to read their arguments and decide how to run your roster.

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