Who are some of the top Dynasty Week 9 Waiver Wire Adds?
We are just about at the half way point of the 2020 NFL season. Dynasty players now have a good idea if their team should be trying to make the playoffs or start rebuilding for next season. Opportunity is what dynasty players look for. Below I list some deep dynasty adds for you to target this week off the week 9 waiver wire. If you missed my week 8 adds click here.
Week 8 Stats: 4 carries, 49 yards, 0 touchdowns, snap% 35
Season Stats: 21 carries, 137 yards, 0 touchdowns, 4 receptions 19 yards, 7 targets, snap% 26
Jeremy McNichols – RB, TEN
Obviously Derrick Henry is the lead back and getting the heavy majority of the work in the Titans‘ backfield. However, McNichols has established himself as the running back behind Henry. If Henry misses time, Jeremy would be a RB1. The Titans lead the league is rushing attempts and I don’t think that would change if McNichols were asked to fill in. He needs to be added in all dynasty leagues and more so if you have Henry on your roster.
Week 8 Stats: 6 receptions, 58 yards, 0 touchdowns, 10 targets, snap% 98
Season Stats: 11 receptions, 125 yards, 0 touchdowns, 17 targets, snap% 28
Jakobi Meyers – WR, NE
With wide receivers Julian Edelman (knee) missing this past week’s game and N’Keal Harry leaving early due to a concussion, Meyers took on more snaps and was productive. Even the week before, Myers was more involved in the offense, getting 4 receptions for 60 yards on 6 targets. This was the second week in a row that Meyers was the leading receiver for the Patriots. Edelman is expected to miss some time with his knee injury. So in the meantime Meyers is worth an add as a WR4. The Patriots play the Jets next week who are a bottom 10 defense against the pass.
Week 8 Stats: 1 reception, 16 yards, 1 touchdown, 4 targets, snap% 56
Season Stats: 6 receptions, 70 yards, 1 touchdown, 9 targets, snap% 37
Ross Dwelley – TE, SF
Starting tight end George Kittle left Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks late with an ankle injury. Dwelley came in to replace Kittle and didn’t blow up by any means. Why I mention him though is San Francisco plays again on Thursday night, against the Green Bay Packers. Dwelley’s best game of the season came in week 3 when backup quarterback Nick Mullens was under center. If Mullens has to start for the injured Jimmy Garoppolo on Thursday than Ross will get a slick uptick. No matter who starts under center, Dwelley should only be added for those in a tight end premium leagues.