Veteran running backs and youth receivers are among the top-tier additions

We get a reprieve from goodbyes during Thanksgiving week, so your fantasy list issues probably aren’t so serious. But some of us are getting ready to break the bank for Latavius ​​Murray, which feels like the last gasp on an almost-discarded list. If your squad needs a boost, read on. All possible captures mentioned here are unlinked in the majority of yahoo leagues.

backs on the wire

much earlier Joe Mixon I was He was ruled out with a concussion on SundayPerrin was cooking for the Bengals. He hauled in a pair of early touchdown crashes, completely destroying another human being in his second degree:

Perine added a game-tying fourth quarter receiving a TD, finishing with 82 yards from scrimmage on 15 touches against the Steelers. If Mixon can’t clear concussion protocol in time for this week’s game in Tennessee, Perine will be classified as a playable RB2. The Titans D are one of the best teams in the league against running backs, but this group also allowed 69 passes and 400 receiving yards to an opposing linebacker. Perine is obviously the option to receive the circle of trust for Joe Burrowso he can help even if he is not a feast on earth.

Recommended assignment bid, assuming a budget of $100: $15

Look, no one should go all out for Denver crime stocks these days, but it seems worth noting. Melvin Gordon III He was released by the team on Monday Yet another fumble. He was also knocked out by Murray, 21 to 13, in the loss to the Raiders. And the Chase Edmonds He has a sprained ankle, so he won’t be available to help with that situation anytime soon. Murray wasn’t the Broncos’ most proficient runner (3.3 YPC), but he made three home calls in five games and just played 50 percent of his snaps for the first time this season. If you have desperate back needs, Murray can definitely help. He will not lack opportunities to move forward. Marlon Mac It is supposed to have a rotational role and Mike Boone It can be close to returning from the IR, too.

Offer: $21

Latavius ​​Murray is back on the fantasy radar simply because of the size he has to get in the Denver backfield.  (AP Photo/Wade Payne)

Latavius ​​Murray is back on the fantasy radar simply because of the size he has to get in the Denver backfield. (AP Photo/Wade Payne)

The other RB adds: Jerrick McKinnon (The trusted receiving option is still in the Chiefs’ backfield), Cam Akers And the Keren Williams (Ackers led the backfield in yards, Williams in punts; both could be considered shallow benders against the Chiefs in Week 12), James Cook (The rookie only played 16 catches against the Browns, but he made the most of it, carrying 11 times for 86 yards; the Lions come next, so he may not need as many touches to make a fantasy splash), Judge Hill (He carried seven times for 30 yards against the Panthers and obviously would be a hunk on the Baltimore backfield committee if Gus Edwards still marginalized), Alexander Matteson (As we discussed earlier, Mattison is the number one alternate RB that needs to be cached pretty much everywhere.)

Wide receivers and tight ends for targeting

Burks produced a standout game Thursday night at Lambeau, catching seven of eight targets for 111 yards, and getting the winning run of 51 yards:

Hit Jair Alexander The very small gesture was a bold move, but the newbie earned the right to celebrate. Not only has Burks proven to be healthy after missing four games (toe), but he really looked the part of the first round at wide. We probably shouldn’t expect more from 300-yard games Ryan TannehillBut now we at least know he has a great receiver at his disposal. Burks has marked 14 goals over two games since returning from injury, a use that should keep him in the WR3 conversation.

Offer: $14

If you enjoy a good contested catch, take a look at these Peoples-Jones vs. Bills receptions:

And that wasn’t even close to the DPJ’s best pick on Sunday. He’s been quietly excellent this season and uncommonly consistent, putting together seven consecutive weeks with at least 50 receiving yards. People’s Jones finished with five wins with 61 yards on six touchdowns against Buffalo, the third straight game in which he reached double-digit fantasy points. His catch rate over the past five weeks is 80 percent, far exceeding what you would expect from a big game receiver. Viewing the DPJ as a solid starting option along the stretch; will have Deshaun Watson As the starting quarterback in Week 13.

Bid: $8

Another week, another hike for Johnson. He has found the end zone five times in his last five games, and has emerged as the Saints’ primary red zone receiver option.

Johnson finished with three receptions for 47 yards on four touchdowns against the Rams on Sunday, Introducing another top 8 spot finisher. Most of us are confused by that roster spot in 2022, so we need to act when we see Johnson-level production.

Bid: $8

Additional receivers to hide: DeMarcus Robinson (The vet had his best game of the season when the Ravens needed it most, catching all nine of his targets against Carolina and finishing with 128 yards.) Paris Campbell (He’s scored 15 over the past two weeks with running back Matt Ryan behind center, 12 catches for 143 yards and 1 score), Jones costume (He’s seen 10 goals against the Chiefs before his team’s Week 11 bye and he’s about to face a string of poor pass defenses: Bal, at Det, at Ten), Greg Dorch (Obviously it would benefit in terms of use if Rondel Moorea thigh injury sidelining him for the next week), Odell Beckham Jr. (Sounds kinda like The entire league is flirting with OBJ on Twitter while we wait for him to pick a team), Sky Moore (KC is running out of healthy receivers, which resulted in Moore’s season-high six goals Sunday night.)

Various tight ends are available: Tesum Hill (He’s played at least 40 percent of the snaps in each of the Saints’ last two games, which would lead to another breakout in recent weeks), Trey McBride (The rookie caught all four of his goals on Monday night and has a great chance ahead of him Zak Ertz margin due to injury), Austin Hopper (He won’t have a better game this season than Thursday’s two-TD effort, but, hey, he’s a weak center and his goals go way up.) Logan Thomas (It was a quiet season for Thomas, after the injury, but he was targeted six times in Sunday’s win, catching five for 65 yards.)

quarterback for the stream

Heinicke hasn’t actually thrown a touchdown pass since Week 9, but has been dominating Washington’s offense during the team’s most successful stretch of the season, with four wins in five games. leaders They are not about to hand over the keys to me Carson Wentz Any time soon — not while things are going unexpectedly well — means Heinicke will face Atlanta in Week 12. The Falcons’ defense ranked at or near the bottom of the league against pass all year and they’ve allowed a monster game Justin Fields It’s Sunday, so feel free to shoot Old Dominion’s finest If you have a need in QB.

Bid: $3

Other approved QBs: Deshaun Watson (We’re only a week away from his return against Houston and he’s still available at wide), Ryan Tannehill (He has thrown consecutive multi-touchdown games and rookie wides Trillon Burks He looks like a potential star).

for your defensive needs

Miami returns from the bye to host Houston, the NFL’s least offensive host. Texas currently ranks last in total yards (285.9 YPG) and 30th in scoring (15.9). Davis Mills He threw a league-leading 11 interceptions, including five in his last three games. Expect Bradley Chubb & Co. For a Sunday afternoon.

Bid: $2

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