NFL: players to target for week 12


In the majority of NFL pools, there are only a few weeks left in the regular season, which still leaves time to make some roster adjustments.

Here are seven players to target on waivers:

-Taylor Heinicke, quarterback (available in 84% of Yahoo! leagues)

The biggest argument for selecting Heinicke is the fact that the pivot of the Washington football team will take on the Seahawks on Monday night. Last week, Seattle allowed backup Colt McCoy to throw for more than 320 yards and collect two touchdowns.

-Tyrod Taylor, quarterback (available in 94% of Yahoo! leagues)

Trusting a Houston Texans quarterback is a big risk. Taylor is interesting for the 12th week of NFL activity, however, as his team will face the weak New York Jets and he is able to run with the ball in hand.

-Elijah Moore, wide receiver (available in 42% of Yahoo! leagues)

If Moore is still available in your league, jump on it immediately! Even though it was Mike White and Joe Flacco who threw the ball to him in the last few weeks, the receiver has found a way to be very productive. He has also been targeted at least six times in his last five starts.

-Mark Valdes-Scantling, wide receiver (available in 91% of Yahoo! leagues)

For three weeks, since his return to the roster of the Green Bay Packers, Valdes-Scantling has seen its use and production increase. Last Sunday, he caught four of 10 throws sent in his direction for 123 yards and a major. He won’t have that kind of stats every week, but he’s a great option for a pooler who really needs a receiver.

-Devonta Freeman, running back (available in 35% of Yahoo! leagues)

Despite Latavius ​​Murray’s return to health, it was Freeman who got the ball more often with the Baltimore Ravens last week. The veteran did very well, amassing 49 yards and a touchdown with his legs. He also caught all six passes sent in his direction. Freeman has finished in the top 11 for best running backs in the past four weeks.

-Dontrell Hilliard, running back (available in 100% of the Yahoo! leagues)

Here’s an example of why the NFL is fantastically surprising! Hilliard was promoted from the Tennessee Titans reserve team due to Jeremy McNichols’ absence. Against the Texans, he made 63% of his offensive plays, amassing 35 yards running with the ball and 47 more while catching the ball. It will be interesting again for the poolers if McNichols is still bothered by a concussion next Sunday.

-Cole Kmet, tight end (available in 74% of Yahoo! leagues)

The Chicago Bears color-bearer has just had an appalling performance. However, he will have the chance to recover against the Detroit Lions, the only team that has not yet experienced victory in 2021. In addition, Andy Dalton will throw the ball for the Illinois team on Thursday. next. Let’s say he’s still a better passer than Justin Fields and Kmet could benefit from.




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