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Defying Fantasy’s “Wednesday Morning Breakfast”

Defying Fantasy’s “Wednesday Morning Breakfast” gets you prepped for Wednesday’s Week 8 Waiver wire targets

As a fantasy football player you know Wednesday morning grants you access to your leagues waiver wire. Depending on your selections, your targets could allow you to feast or famine. It’s becoming late in the season, however, there are a lot of bacon and eggs still on the waiver wire breakfast buffet. Here are a few names to target.

Marquise Lee

Marquise Lee
Marquise is emerging as Blake Bortles new go to man. Lee has 13 receptions totaling 168 yards in a two game span. He has at least four receptions in Jacksonville’s last five contests.

 

Paul Perkins

Paul Perkins
Perkins has surpassed Orleans Darkwa as the teams number two on the depth chart. Paul is big, fast, and strong with great hands. His workload has increased week by week. Perkins is clearly New York’s most explosive running back. He’s waiting patiently for his opportunity. Sooner or later The G-Men will unleash him on the league.

Ka’Deem Carey

Ka'deem Caarey
It seems as Chicago’s lead back duties are still up for grabs. Carey is the Bears leading rusher in the previous two contest.

 

Thomas Rawls

Thomas Rawls
Leading up to the regular season Rawls was perceived to be the Seahawks bell cow running back, ankle surgery along with a broken fibula has postponed those plans. Rawls is healing on schedule and should be back into the backfield picture in a matter of weeks.

 

C.J. Fiedorwicz

C.J. Fedorowttz
C.J. is quietly putting together a good fantasy campaign. He’s second on the team in receptions, and leads the team in touchdowns in the last three games.

Donte Moncrief

Donte Moncrief
Moncrief is the number two receiver in a potent Colts passing attack. He’s been sidelined for over a month with a fractured scapula. Moncrieff should be suiting up very soon with Luck and company.

 

 

 

 

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