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Waiver Wire Pickups - Fantasy Football - Wide Receiver (WR)

** Click here to see RotoBaller’s 2014 fantasy football waiver wire wide receiver pickups and sleepers list for the 2014 fantasy football and NFL season **

Below is’s Ultimate 2013 Waiver Wire Watch List from the 2013 fantasy football and NFL season.



2013 Waiver Wire Pickups by Position

[ALL]  [RB]  [WR]  [TE]  [QB]  [DEF]


Leonard Hankerson (WR, ATL) - Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in 10+ Team PPR Leagues OWNED IN: 18% of Fleaflicker Leagues ANALYSIS: It seems as though Hankerson has officially surpassed veteran Roddy White on the Atlanta Falcons' depth chart. Ready for this? Since Week 2, Hankerson has been targeted 25 times, while White has received five targets. Yes, five. This has resulted in White totaling two catches for eight yards during that span, while Hankerson has posted 15 catches for 225 yards and two touchdowns. With the Atlanta offense simply exploding over the past two weeks, scoring a combined 87 points, don't expect them to slow down anytime soon. Hankerson simply looks like the newest weapon in the Atlanta offense, and as he and Matt Ryan continue to build their chemistry, things are only going to get better for him. While opposing defenses do their best to lock down Julio Jones, it should lead to the 26-year-old receiver having no problem putting up some solid performances moving forward in 2015. The Falcons take on the Redskins, Saints, Titans and Buccaneers over the next four weeks, all of which have beatable secondaries. Realistically though, the fact that Jones is lined up across from Hankerson is really the main selling point of grabbing him.

Jacoby Jones – WR, Baltimore Ravens

Baller Move: Add in Deep Leagues only (12+ Teams Standard) Analysis: This season Jacoby Jones has been sidelined in large chunks due to injury.  This week he finally looked to be getting closer to 100% with his best game of the season (4 catches, 103 yards & 1 TD).  The previous two weeks Jones only had 4 targets all together so he makes a poor PPR option to consider.  You should continue to monitor Jones to see if his health is back.  However, if you are in a deep league Jones might be a waiver option to consider.