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RotoBaller Radio Podcast - Week Thirteen (13) Waiver Wire Sleepers & Analysis


Follow RotoBaller Radio On iTunes RotoBaller is very excited about the launch of our very own radio station.

You can now find our new shows on BlogTalkRadio live or on demand, and on iTunes under podcasts.

Every Tuesday night, RotoBaller co-founder Real Talk Raph and co-host Anthony Aniano will be discussing the hottest waiver wire pickups, free agent sleepers and fantasy football injury news to help you win each and every week.

 

Week 13 Waiver Wire Sleepers & Pickup Options

This week's show focuses on the top fantasy football waiver wire options to consider adding heading into Week thirteen (13) of the NFL season, including:

In depth analysis on players like David Johnson, Scott Chandler, Dontrelle Inman, DeVante Parker, Thomas Rawls, Spencer Ware, Javorius Allen, Tevin Coleman, Ahmad Bradshaw, Chris Thompson, Matt Jones, Brock Osweiler, Jay Ajayi, Brandon Bolden, James White, Brandon Bolden, Charles Sims, Duke Johnson, Darren Sproles, Andre Ellington, Alfred Blue, Chris ThompsonTheo Riddick, Antonio Andrews, Shaun Draughn, Denard RobinsonMarvin Jones, Devin Funchess, Doug Baldwin, Tedd Ginn, Josh Huff, Leonard Hankerson, Crockett Gillmore, Kyle Rudolph, Vernon Davis, Zach Miller, Charles Clay, Eric Ebron, Chris Givens, Richard Rodgers, Jamison Crowder, Rueben Randle, Cecil Shorts, Brian HoyerJay Cutler, Kamar Aiken, Kirk Cousins, Marcus Mariota, Alex Smith, Charles Clay, Tyrod Taylor, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Jameis Winston (among many, many, more).

 

 

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You can find Anthony Aniano on Twitter @AAnianoFantasy and on BlogTalkRadio.

If you want even more ranting, raving, and pictures of Bengal cats, then follow @RealTalkRaph on Twitter and Instagram.