Week eight was a doozy. Tons of blow-up players all over the league, with the highest scoring output of the season, and the most 30+ point performances of the year. With four teams on bye in week nine, we have our rankings for the waiver wire below, as well as some analysis on our favorite targets.
Justin Fields has been on a tear over the last three weeks, topping 60 rushing yards and 20 points in all three contests. The Bears have an easy schedule for quarterbacks coming up. He could be a league winner and is available in 66 percent of Yahoo! and Sleeper leagues.
Kyren Williams is a running back we love to pick up and stash. The backfield in LA is in shambles, and Williams appeared to be taking over the job before an injury in week one sidelined him for the entirety of the season so far. He could be activated any week and could become a league winner if things pan out once he is. Grab him before the bidding war on the waiver wire.
Garrett Wilson is a receiver who has already been the No.1 waiver add once this season. He has all the ability in the world, and with Corey Davis sidelined and Elijah Moore not getting any significant playing time, the window is wide open for Wilson to dominate targets for New York. He is only available in 39 percent of leagues, but definitely, our No. 1 add if you can get him.
Rondale Moore is available in 59 percent of leagues and has been heavily involved since his return from injury. He had a down week in week seven, leaving him on this list for another week. He has seen less than eight targets just once since his return, and should be owned in every 12 man league.