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Waiver Wire Week 12 2022


Week 11 has come and gone, but it’s not time to relax. As the season rolls on with more injuries, that just means it’s all that more important to be watching the waiver wire. There will be no teams on bye for week 12, so the waiver wire should be the best it’s been for a while. However, there are two more weeks where there will be teams on bye, so don’t let your guard down.

Three games will be played on Thursday the 24th for Thanksgiving Day. Make sure you check your lineups and have them ready to go.

Remember, this article contains players rostered in 30% or less in total leagues. Ownership data is coming from ESPN.com Fantasy Football.


Jacoby Brissett (CLE) 12.2% – vs. TB

Jacoby Brissett completed 28 of 41 pass attempts for 324 yards, three touchdowns and one fumble. He also rushed seven times for 29 yards and finished the day with 25.86 FPTS. Next week Tampa Bay comes to Cleveland where they are giving up 14.78 FPTS to the quarterback position.

Remember that starting week 13, Deshaun Watson has already been named the starter for the Browns. This will be the first game after serving his suspension that he will have the opportunity to play.

Ryan Tannehill(TEN)8.0% VS-CIN

Ryan Tannehill completed 22 of 27 pass attempts for 333 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. He finished the day with 19.02 FPTS. The Cincinnati Bengals travel on to Tennessee to face the Titans where they are giving up 12.77 FPTS to the quarterback position.


Samaje Perine (CIN) 3.6% @ TEN

Samaje Perine rushed 11 times for 30 yards and no touchdowns. He had four receptions for 52 yards and three touchdowns. He finished the day with 30.2 FPTS. Next week the Bengals will travel to Tennessee to face the Titans where they are giving up 13.3 FPTS to the running back position.

You need to keep an eye on the situation with Joe Mixon for the Bengals. He left the game with a concussion and Perine got to be the next man up. Depending on how Mixon goes through concussion protocol, we could see Perine have a great week.


Treylon Burks (TEN) 22.7% – Vs. CIN

Treylon Bburks was targeted eight times for seven receptions and 111 yards with no touchdowns. He finished the day with 18.1 FPTS. Next week he faces the Cincinnati Bengals who are giving up 19.16 FPTS to the wide receiver position.

Darius Slayton(NYG) 20.5% @ DAL

Darius Slayton was targeted ten times for five receptions and 86 yards with no touchdowns. He finished the day with 13.6 FPTS. The Giants will face the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving day. The Cowboys are giving up 20.82 FPTS to the wide receiver position.


Logan Thomas(WAS) 6.5% vs. ATL

Logan Thomas was targeted six times for five receptions and no touchdowns for 11.5 FPTS. Week 12 the Commanders will face the Atlanta Falcons where they are giving up 7.27 FPTS to the tight end position.


Joey Slye (WAS) 4.4% vs. ATL

Joey Slye was three for three on field goals and hit his two extra points for 12 FPTS. Next week the Atlanta Falcons will travel to face the Washington Commanders where they are giving up 6.64 FPTS to the kicker position.


Seattle Seahawks 11.9% vs. LV  

The Seahawks are coming off a bye week.  They are giving up the following points: quarterback(17.17),running back(19.22),wide receiver(17.95). They will face the Las Vega Raiders for week 12.

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Stats from ESPN.com Fantasy Football and Fantasy Data.com

Stacey @sdcochran99


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