My name is Corey Spala aka C. Dot aka Waiver Wire Hero aka Analytic Critic — I studied Behavioral Sciences at Western Michigan University and had post-graduate studies in Applied Behavior Analysis and Organizational Behavior Management.

I like long walks on the beach, but never barefoot. A real soggy sock kind of guy. I eat frozen toaster strudels as a snack and also know Fantasy Football stuff.

Dynasty, superflex, & tight end premium is my love language. My content is best digested with dynasty in mind.

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Week 13 Post-Waiver Wire

Week 13 Post-Waiver Wire Pickups

In his first week back from injured reserve, Logan Thomas ran 23 routes and saw six targets. Taken in a vacuum, it’s not great, but it is promising considering he just returned from a long stint on IR. The schedule going forward is excellent, with matchups against Las Vegas, Dallas twice, and Philadelphia twice. Over the past four weeks, the Eagles rank dead last against the tight end, while the Raiders aren’t much better at 29th. Check and see if he’s available. 

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Tyrod Taylor Post-Waiver Wire Pickup

Week 12 Post-Waiver Wire Pickups

Despite his primo matchup in Week 11, Cam Newton is still available in almost half of ESPN leagues. He threw for two touchdowns and ran for another one against the Washington Football Team. In Week 12, he faces a Miami defense that has allowed the fourth-most rushing yards to opposing quarterbacks over the past four weeks. Newton does have a bye next week, so be aware, but he’s a great streaming option for Week 12.

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