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NFL: Waiver Wire Week 9

NFL: Waiver Wire Week 9



By WagerWeb.com and edited by Ecobika Sports Betting



Finally we are now in Week 9, which is the last week of byes and the weekly struggle to field a competitive lineup. Now is the time where you need to really assess your team and figure out which positions you need help in for the stretch run and (hopefully) the playoffs.


Going team-by-team and let you know which players might be on your waiver wire and are worth picking up for the rest of the year.







Arizona QB Matt Leinart: Leinart has had an up-and-down start to his career.

He looked great against the Bears, awful against the Raiders, and then decent against the Packers last week.

He should be considered nothing more than a backup/spot-starter at this point.



Atlanta RB Jerious Norwood/Atlanta WRs
: With the way Atlanta runs the ball, Norwood should be a good candidate for a No. 3 RB or a Flex spot. Michael Vick has really started to throw the ball well the last two weeks, so it may happen that one of his WRs becomes a playable option. Watch the box scores and see if someone emerges.



Baltimore WR Mark Clayton
: Clayton has had a couple of decent games and could emerge as the No. 1 guy later in the season.



Buffalo QB J.P. Losman
: Losman has a great matchup this week against Green Bay, but once that cold weather comes I would stay far away from him.


Carolina All of their top skill players are likely taken.


Chicago RB Cedric Benson and TE Desmond Clark: Thomas Jones solidified his starting RB role last week with a monster effort, but Benson should be getting the bulk of the goal-line work going forward, and this is the last week you could probably get Clark after his huge game last week as well.



Cincinnati
RB Chris Perry/WR Chris Henry: Perry is the very talented backup to RB Rudi Johnson, and he has just come back from an injury. Watch how this develops because Perry can really give the Bengals offense a shot in the arm. Henry is also extremely talented and is the No. 3 WR, but hed be a No. 1 or No. 2 on most other teams. If he can stay out of jail, Henry could provide some big games for you.



Cleveland
QB Charlie Frye and WR Braylon Edwards: This is going to be a great QB-WR combo for years to come, but the Browns have a rough schedule the rest of the way and the development to starting status might have to wait until next year.


Dallas QB Tony Romo and RB Marion Barber: Romo looked very solid against the Panthers last week, and Barber has been the best backup RB in the league thus far. I probably would only get Romo in a keeper league, but hes going to be a good QB for a long time.



Denver
RB Mike Bell, QB Jay Cutler and WR Brandon Marshall: After Tatum Bell went out with a toe injury last week, Mike Bell did all he could do to reclaim the starting job, rushing for 130 yards and 2 TDs, almost all in the second half. Mike could well end up being the starter again so pick him up now! From all indications, this will be Jake Plummers last year as the Denver starter, and with another bad performance or two, the future could be now. Cutler has earned rave reviews from all who have seen him and will be the guy in the near future. If youre in a keeper or dynasty league Cutler might already be gone, but if not, grab him now. Marshall is the No. 3 WR right now, but the coaches love his talent and work ethic and hell probably take over as the No. 2 guy next year over Rod Smith.


Detroit QB Jon Kitna and WR Mike Furrey: Kitna and Furrey have turned into a great combo, and youd do well to get either of them.



Green Bay
RB Vernand Morency/Noah Herron: Starting RB Ahman Green has had two strong games in a row since his return from injury, but both Morency and Herron have put up 100+ yard games this season as well. If/when Green goes down again, make sure you have his backup already in place.


Houston TE Owen Daniels: After last weeks 90+ yard, 2 TD performance, Daniels put himself on the radar as a TE you might end up starting. Pick him up now if you need help.


Indianapolis With the offensive talent on this team, all of their primary skill players are taken, with the possible exception of TE Dallas Clark.


Jacksonville WR Matt Jones: Jones was the No. 1 WR in Jaguar country prior to the season, and now that he has returned from injury, hes trying to take over that spot yet again. He has the talent to do it.



Kansas City
QB Trent Green: Green should be back in the next couple of weeks and you could do worse than this solid veteran. If your QB situation is in trouble, then go ahead and snag Green now and hope he comes back strong.



Miami
QB Joey Harrington, WR Marty Booker: Miami has Chicago this week, but once we hit Week 10, both of these guys could possibly help you. Harrington threw for 400+ pass yards against the Packers in their last game so he is probably still the starter for now.


Minnesota QB Brad Johnson, WRs Troy Williamson/Marcus Robinson: All of these guys are serviceable but nothing more. Id use them only if desperate or in a very deep league.


New England WRs Doug Gabriel/Chad Jackson, TE Ben Watson: All three of these guys have had their moments thus far, but it remains to be seen which guy is going to become Tom Bradys favorite target.


New Orleans Im sure all of the Saints' primary guys (Brees, Bush, McAllister, Horn and Colston) are gone by this point, so I cant recommend anyone else here. If for some reason any of those guys are on your waiver wire, pick them up pronto.


NY Giants RB Brandon Jacobs: Not that theres anything wrong with Tiki Barber, but if the G-Men are close to the end zone, Jacobs normally gets the call. Hes a huge back and should be good for similar numbers he had the last two weeks (30-40 yards and a TD) on most weeks. Hes a great keeper-league pickup also as Barber has announced his retirement and Jacobs is next in line to be the No. 1 guy.


NY Jets RB Kevan Barlow: Even though Leon Washington has taken over as the top guy in New York, Barlow should continue to get some carries near the end zone and would resume No. 1 status if the tiny Washington gets hurt.


Oakland RB Justin Fargas, WRs Ronald Curry/Jerry Porter: Im not sure whats going on in Oakland with the RB situation. The Raiders paid LaMont Jordan big bucks to be their main guy but then when he was supposedly healthy last week, Fargas got the bulk of the carries. Id go ahead and grab Fargas and hope for the best. Also, even though the Raiders have won two in a row, I wouldnt count on them being good the rest of the year, so Id suspect theyll have to throw a lot to catch up. This gives Curry and Porter a shot to do some nice things in garbage time as teams double up on Randy Moss.



Pittsburgh
WR Nate Washington: Washington has emerged from the glut of second-tier WRs in the Steel City to become the No. 2 guy. Hes got a ton of speed and could become a break-out guy in the second half of the year.


Philadelphia Its highly unlikely that there is anyone available from this offensive juggernaut.


San Diego QB Philip Rivers, WR Eric Parker: Rivers is the guy you want to target if you need a QB. He is maturing into a top QB this year, and Parker has become one of his favorite targets and is a great guy to grab if you need WR help.


Seattle QB Seneca Wallace: With the knee injury to Matt Hasselbeck, Wallace will be starting for the next two-three weeks. Fortunately for him, RB Shawn Alexander should return soon to take the pressure off, and Wallace has the ability to do well.



San Francisco
QB Alex Smith/WR Antonio Bryant: Smith (along with Rivers) is maturing very well and should be solid for years to come. Bryant was dropped in a couple of leagues Im in, and I snapped him up immediately. The 49ers have had some tough matchups lately, but the schedule gets much easier soon.


St. Louis Its been business as usual for the Rams, with QB Marc Bulger throwing all the time to WRs Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce, and RB Steven Jackson handling almost the entire rushing game. The Rams are not the place to look for backup help.


Tampa Bay WR Michael Clayton: Clayton has returned as a viable WR option and should be added if you need depth.


Tennessee RB Travis Henry and TE Ben Troupe: Even with the hugely disappointing game last week, Henry should continue to be the main man for the Titans. Troupe is a solid TE backup.



Washington
RB Ladell Betts: Clinton Portis is rapidly gaining a reputation as being an injury-prone player, so Betts is a nice guy to pick up and stash just in case. Betts has always played well when given the chance, so if the 'Skins continue to lose, they might just shut Portis down and let Betts play the rest of the season out.


Well, that gives you a good outlook at guys you can pick up to help you the rest of the year. Best of luck as you get your team ready for the big upcoming games, and hopefully youll be ready to dominate!

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