In the middle of the playoffs, it is sometimes difficult to fill a gap in your formation, but there are still some interesting options that are available on waivers.
Here are six:
Jalen Hurts, quarterback (available in 83% of Yahoo! leagues)
On Monday, the Eagles confirmed that Jalen Hurts would be their starter for their duel against the Arizona Cardinals. On his first career start, the rookie amassed 167 yards through the air and another 107 yards with his legs. The pivot also threw a touchdown pass.
Russell Gage, wide receiver (available in 89% of Yahoo! leagues)
Julio Jones’ 2020 season may be over and as a result, Russell Gage is the prime waiver target this week. In the absence of the all-star on Sunday, the 24-year-old caught five of seven relays sent to him for 82 yards and a touchdown.
Gabriel Davis, wide receiver (available in 97% of Yahoo! leagues)
The Buffalo Bills player has found the profitable zone in his last three outings. If John Brown is still unavailable, Gabriel Davis should be able to replicate his performances from the last few games.
Running back DeAndre Washington (available in 93% of Yahoo! leagues)
It’s hard to find a productive running back at this point in the season. DeAndre Washington represents the better option, as the Dolphins will likely be without Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed during their matchup in Week 15 of NFL activity.
Lynn Bowden Jr., running back and wide receiver (available in 93% of Yahoo! leagues)
Lynn Bowden Jr. is an interesting case, he who can be used as a carrier and a catcher. Last week, he was shot nine times and caught seven passes for 82 yards. Poolers who play in a PPR league [un point par réception] must consider it.
Irv Smith Jr., tight end (available in 94% of Yahoo! leagues)
The 22-year-old tight end is used by the Minnesota Vikings when Kyle Rudolph is unavailable. If that’s still the case this week, Irv Smith Jr. is the best player in his position available on waivers.