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Fantasy Football PPR Expert Advice & Analysis
YardPenalty.com is dedicated to providing up-to-the-minute advise for all of the Fantasy Football Junkies around the world who play in PPR format. While our main focus is on PPR scoring settings, our advice is applicable for all scoring formats.
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Week 9 Waiver Adds

Week 8 is typically the turning point of your fantasy football season. The time has come where injuries have piled up and new weapons arise from the ashes. Whether you are looking to merely add depth to your already admirable lineup or maybe you are looking for that hail mary, this is the list of week 9 waiver adds brought to you by YardPenalty.
Week 9 Devante Parker waiver add

YardPenalty’ Week 9 Waiver Adds

Quarterbacks

Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks – It looks like with the addition of Ed Dickson and the emergence of David Moore, the Seahawks offense is nack on track. While I doubt he’s available in most leagues I put him on this list because he is now in consideration for a weekly must-start.

Running Backs

Mark Ingram New Orleans Saints – Just like the QB position, it’s safe to say that there isn’t much of value out on the waiver wire. The Chris Carsons and Nick Chubbs are already rostered. You are basically gasping at straws waiting for an injury to take fold. If by any chance Mark Ingram is out there, you have to roster him. The Raheem Mostert and Kenjon Barber adds from week 8 were pretty much a bust. Time to move on.

Wide Receivers

David Moore Seattle Seahawks – He wasn’t a fluke! It’s safe to say that Doug Baldwin is on the wrong side of 30 and he’s being supplanted by the 2017 7th rd pick out of East Central University is here to stay.

DeVante Parker Miami Dolphins – As long as Adam Gase doesn’t let his pride get in the way and as long as Parker doesn’t get in his own way, DeVante has likely carved out a starting role as a true WR1.

Keke Coutee Houston Texans – Will Fuller out for the season….Insert KEKE here.

Tight Ends

Jordan Thomas Houston Texans – Will Fuller out for the season….Insert Jordan Thomas here also. JT looks like he could be here to stay in the fantasy world. WHile it may be too early to tell, the TE position is just so volatile he is worth the speculative add and bye-week fill in.

Ed Dickson Seattle Seahawks – Looks for Russell Wilson and the Seahawks’ offense to make a second half surge. I have Seattle as a NFC wild card and it’s not because of the Legion of Boom. Ed Dickson fits this offense perfectly and his presence is desperately needed. Russell will find him often in the end zone in the next 8 games it wouldn’t be insane to predict 5 TDs in that span.

Dallas Goedert Philidelphia Eagles – Dallas lacks the targets, but if Ertz was to miss anytime Dallas would be in for TE1 status with Wentz at the helm. Now is a good time to grab Dallas while the Eagles are on a bye.

2018 Fantasy Football Draft Cheat Sheet