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In case you are reading this, there is one bit of information to know before you start reading names. Just like last year’s series, we will be utilizing player rostership percentages, courtesy of real dynasty rosters from 1,700 MFL leagues. While this may not be entirely accurate for every individual league, it is very reflective of how managers view who is worthy or not of a roster spot. Now that that’s covered, let’s dive into the waiver wire after week one!
Players to double-check availability and immediately add:
- Ty Chandler, RB MIN
- Rico Dowdle, RB DAL
- Keaontay Ingram, RB ARI
- DeVante Parker, WR NE
- Rashid Shaheed, WR NO
- Hayden Hurst, TE CAR
- Zach Ertz, TE ARI
Jacoby Brissett, QB WAS
This is really just a precautionary add in your superflex leagues. If Brissett is available, I would be scooping him up now just in case he takes over the starting role at some point this season, and to save you some FAAB, you should be doing it now before that week he replaces Sam Howell actually happens. Howell didn’t have a terrible game, but he did struggle, only averaging 6.5 yards per attempt, throwing an interception, losing a fumble that was recovered for a touchdown, plus just being sacked six times total, and all of this against the presumed 2024 1.01 Arizona Cardinals who scored 9 points on offense and barely accumulated 200 total yards on offense. If Howell continues to struggle against better teams and defenses, he could be benched in favor of Brissett, and you want to get ahead of that if he’s still on your waiver wire in superflex leagues.
Gus Edwards and Justice Hill, RBs BAL