Need renewal in your NFL pool? Do you have several injured players? Disappointed with the athletes you drafted and ready to abandon them?
The QMI Agency offers you solutions! Here is one item per position to select on waivers for the eighth week of Goodell circuit activities:
Trevor Lawrence – Quarterback (Available in 59% of Yahoo! leagues)
The very first pick in the last NFL Draft was finally successful before being on leave for the seventh week of operations. Lawrence has also started running with the balls and collected two touchdowns on the ground in his last three outings. There’s no reason the man with the long blond hair won’t have success against the Seattle Seahawks next Sunday.
Brandon Bolden – Running back (Available in 94% of Yahoo! leagues)
Bolden is the new James White for the New England Patriots. This means he’s the target of choice when Mac Jones passes one of his running backs. Against the Jets last week, he caught six of seven passes sent in his direction for gains of 79 yards and a major. Knowing the habits of the “Pats”, it would not be surprising if the 31-year-old athlete continues to be targeted in this way.
Randall Cobb – Receiver (Available in 91% of Yahoo! Leagues)
With Devante Adams and Allen Lazard absent due to COVID-19, Cobb is expected to be one of Aaron Rodgers’ favorite targets on Thursday, when the Packers face off against the Arizona Cardinals. He is therefore an interesting option for this week, but should become a free agent again thereafter.
Cole Kmet – Tight End (Available in 75% of Yahoo! leagues)
The freshman was the most hit with the Chicago Bears last Sunday, as the Illinois club were humiliated by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In the absence of Jimmy Graham, Kmet will once again have the chance to show off and make a name for himself in this league.
Randy Bullock – kicker (Available in 83% of Yahoo! leagues)
Since the start of the season, Bullock has only missed three of his kicking attempts. With the Tennessee Titans’ offense running at full speed, he will have the chance to put several more points on the board by the end of the season.
Bengals – defensive (Available in 78% of Yahoo! leagues)
After making life difficult for Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens, the Cincinnati Bengals’ defense has no reason not to wreak havoc against the weak New York Jets. In addition, the Big Apple team will have to make do without quarterback Zach Wilson.