Sep 17, 2012
After the second week of games we are getting a better idea who the reliable fantasy football producers are going to be. A lot of them are still on the waiver wire. We hope you didn’t get hit by the injury bugs going around but in case you did, here’s a list of potential replacements that are available in at least 25% of Fleaflicker leagues. If you read up last week you will notice that some of these players were on last week’s list. Take this as an extra vote of confidence for those players. Without further ado, here are the week three most desirable waiver additions.
Quick Note: Not all players that had strong Week 2 outings are on this list, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they don’t have value. If you have any questions about free agents not discussed in this article, head over to the forums and we’ll help you with the answers. If you are wondering who to cut to pick these one of these players up, stay tuned for our Week 3 Waiver Wire Cut List.
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Alex Henery, K, Philadelphia Eagles
Henery has had a tough go of it this year largely because of the Eagle’s turning the ball over every time they don’t score a touchdown. This week should be different. They face an Arizona Cardinals’ defense that makes a living off holding teams to field goals, not by forcing turnovers. In week one the Seahawks had four field goal attempts against them and in week two they forced the Patriots to kick five times. Henery won’t get the chances for extra points he’s been getting but he should kick a few field goals. He’s a good sneaky start this week and he’s available in 28% of Fleaflicker leagues. Don’t be afraid to pick him up as a one week play.
Consider Adding In: 12-team and 14-team Leagues
Kicker Watch List: Billy Cundiff (Washington Redskins), Blair Walsh (Minnesota Vikings), Justin Tucker (Baltimore Ravens), Greg Zuerlein (St. Louis Rams)