Week 12 Adds

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Hey, all. Here are the top Week 12 Waiver Wire Adds. Comment below if you think someone else deserves to be on the list. If someone is missing in your mind, it’s likely they are rostered in most leagues, but brining them up is good conversation.

Michael Pittman (WR/IND)

Pittman is a strong looking ‘go-forward’ WR3/flex… his last two games were 7-101-0TDs in Week 10 and 3-66-1TD in Week 11.

Gus Edwards (RB/BAL)

On Monday, the Ravens revealed that both Mark Ingram and JK Dobbins are headed for the COVID/Reserve list, which mean neither will be available for Week 12’s Thanksgiving game against the Steelers. Gus Edwards is a unique little T-day gift for fantasy owners desperate for a starting RB in Week 12. However, this is a tough match-up. He is a must-add, though, as he is in fact a starting RB, a rare thing to find on waivers this late in the season.

Wayne Gallman (RB/NYG)

He’s the starter in NY, and his bye week may have had his owners drop him. He’s a solid flex this week no doubt.

Curtis Samuel (WR/CAR)

Samuel has had a TD in three of his last four games… while he had just 8 yards and no TDs in Week 10, he had 9-105-1TD the week prior and then 8-70-1TD this week (with 10 targets). If you don’t need a RB this week, feel free to move Samuel up above Edwards and Gallman.

Tim Patrick (WR/DEN)

Tim Patrick has had three 100-yard games in 2020. In Week 11, Patrick pulled in 5-119 yards in Week 11. With targets of 9-6-8 over his last three games, he’s looking pretty decent as a WR3/flex in deeper leagues.

Cam Akers (RB/LAR)

He is getting more volume, but the Rams are reckless to trust.

Carlos Hyde (RB/SEA)

Grab him in case Carson is more hurt than we think.

James White (RB/NE)

If you need a RB, especially in PPR, he’s worth a look. He had 6 receptions for 64 yards in Week 11, so he is decent WR3/flex in Week 12 if you are in need.

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