Heading into Week 15, you’re either wallowing is sadness over losing in the playoffs, or triumphantly heading towards a championship. Wherever you’re sitting, make sure you finish the year strong by adding the right players on the waiver wire.
DeAndre Washington, RB, Miami Dolphins
20.0 percent rostered
Season Stats: 31 touches; 91 yards
Miami’s running back group is currently dealing with a mini COVID-19 outbreak, opening up opportunities for two skill players on the Dolphins. Washington is the first, who had 15 touches against Kansas City. He’ll likely get the majority of carries against New England next week.
Lynn Bowden Jr, WR/RB, Miami Dolphins
0.6 percent rostered
Season Stats: 18 touches; 144 yards
Bowden isn’t necessarily a running back, but he does have the designation available on a majority of sites. The gadget player hasn’t been used much in Miami but was thrown into the mix because of their depleted running back group. Eight touches for 84 yards is a strong stat line, especially in PPR leagues.
Cam Akers, RB, Los Angeles Rams
55.0 percent rostered
Season Stats: 107 touches; 600 yards; 3 touchdowns
Surprisingly, Akers is relatively still available in smaller fantasy leagues. Thursday’s gigantic performance was the culmination of multiple strong games for the rookie running back. Grab on to Akers now while you can before the fantasy season is over.
Nelson Agholor, WR, Las Vegas Raiders
27.5 percent rostered
Season Stats: 38 receptions; 64 targets; 635 yards; 7 touchdown
Agholor has been hot and cold for 2020 but still continues to have explosive performances. Last week against the Colts, he popped off for 100 yards and a touchdown. Agholor might not be a quality starter if you’re a playoff team, but he is a strong option for your bench.
Tim Patrick, WR, Denver Broncos
20.4 percent rostered
Season Stats: 43 receptions; 67 targets; 643 yards; 6 touchdowns
It’s starting to get very redundant including Tim Patrick every week, but here we are again. Patrick has defied the odds and remained a productive fantasy receiver in a majority of his games this year. While he might not be the number one option, he’s still catching touchdowns.
Gabriel Davis, WR, Buffalo Bills
4.7 percent rostered
Season Stats: 28 receptions; 47 targets; 441 yards; 6 touchdowns
In three straight games, Davis has caught a touchdown for the Bills. Davis has turned into a touchdown machine as of late, making him a great player to add right now.