The 2016 NFL season is 14 weeks old and the time is now to start picking up players from your fantasy football waiver wire to help make a playoff push. Every year a no name blows up in at the start of the season and ends up being a top-20 fantasy football players over the remainder of the season. So, instead of letting your competition beat you to the punch, use your fantasy football waiver wire to find the next big thing.
Let’s get things started by taking at some fantasy football waiver wire Quarterbacks for Week 15.
Trevor Siemian, QB, Denver Broncos
Owned in 10% of Yahoo Leagues
After missing Week 13 with a foot injury, Siemian returned on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans and went 35-for-51 for 334 yards and a touchdown. He has topped 300 yards through the air in each of his last two games, and going back over his last five games Siemian has thrown for over 275 yards four times.
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The Broncos have not been able to get on track running the ball, so Siemian should be throwing the ball plenty over the final three weeks.
Week 15 against the New England Patriots does not look incredibly favorable, but prior to a break in Week 13 against the Los Angeles Rams they have allowed multiple passing touchdowns in three straight games. After Siemian gets the Kansas City Chiefs (368 yards and three touchdowns in Week 12) and the Oakland Raiders (283 yards, two touchdowns and interception in Week 9) to round out the regular season.
Siemian is solid add in two-quarterback leagues, and he’s shaping up as a solid streaming option in each of the last three weeks. Keep an eye on any possible recurrence of his foot issue, but any fantasy owner that seeks a quarterback should have Siemian on their radar. — Brad Berreman
Consider Adding In: 10-team, 12-team & 14-team formats. Especially in two quarterback leagues.