Clash of the Titans – Week 9 Results and Waiver Wire Advice

If you’re reading this you are probably wondering if I should just start copy/pasting the same intro each week to this article. Yes, I know it’s getting a bit repetitive, but we must play the (seemingly inferior) competition laid out in front of us. My team is in full-blown runaway train mode after our fourth straight win, widening the gap to 6-3 on the season. The regular season trophy is quickly slipping away from Q…and this is all being done with injuries and covid positives to many of my top players. I survived the CMC injury, and now I plan to weather the Derrick Henry injury. Davante Adams has missed a game due to COVID, Calvin Ridley is useless…but the show moves on. The clock is ticking for Q to turn his season around, there is still a lot of time left, but he’s gotta be feeling the heat. Weekly Add/Drop/Hold below. Enjoy.

Waiver Wire Advice:

ADD

Rashod Bateman – There’s a decent chance if you’re in deeper leagues, say 12+ teams, that Bateman is not available. But if he’s there I think he’s absolutely worth an add. Ravens fans have been begging for another weapon for Lamar for a couple seasons now, and it appears they have one for the future in Rashod Bateman. Bateman is averaging almost 7 targets a game in the three games he’s played and the Ravens play a bunch of soft defenses in the next 5 weeks. Definitely worth a look and we’re still waiting on his first huge Sunday which will probably come soon.

DROP

Kadarius Toney – If you’re still on the Kadarius Toney wagon, I think it’s time to hop off. It’s hard enough to be productive in a Jason Garret x Daniel Jones offense but even less so when you are always banged up. Toney has been a huge let down after his 24 point performance at Dallas in week 5. With a bye this week and a few tough matchups coming off the bye, it will be difficult to start him for several weeks. As fun as those couple weeks to watch him we’re I would shuffle him off the roster for someone with more short term upside. 

HOLD 

Carson Wentz – If you’ve been smart enough to play Wentz over the past 6 weeks you have been rewarded. He’s been incredibly steady, averaging 20 points a week with a low of 17 and a high of 24. I think you can ride Wentz one more week vs Jacksonville before dumping him to the wolves for a week 11 matchup with Buffalo. The Jags have been the 12th most favorable team vs. QBs this year and they should be prime for a torching after getting a win last week vs. the Bills. Big let down spot for the Jags on Sunday, Carson should roll.

Arbitrage Week 9 Scoring Breakdown:

DPJ’s Team

POSPLAYERWEEK 9 SCORE
QBPatrick Mahomes10.44
QBLamar Jackson 30.64
RBDarrell Henderson7.3
RBAaron Jones5.3
RBJoe Mixon25.5
RBJonathan Taylor33
WRCooper Kupp15
WRKeenan Allen16.4
WRDavante Adams7.2
WRDiontae Johnson9.2
TETravis Kelce15.3
TEDarren Waller12.7
RBEzekiel Elliott 11.1
RBJosh Jacobs11.5
RBChristian McCaffrey12.6
WRDeebo Samuel8.8
WRMichael Pittman Jr.14.9
WRMarquise Brown16.1
262.98
QBAaron Rodgers0
QBMatthew Stafford13.06
RBAntonio Gibson0
RBDerrick Henry0
RBD’Andre Swift0
RBMichael Carter9.1
RBLeonard Fournette0
RBDevontae Booker13.7
WRDeAndre Hopkins0
WRRobert Woods13.9
WRChris Godwin0
WRAntonio Brown0
WRMike Evans0
WRCalvin Ridley 0

Q’s Team

POSPLAYERWEEK 9 SCORE
QBDak Prescott18.88
QBJosh Allen9.56
RBDalvin Cook13.7
RBAustin Ekeler9.7
RBNick Chubb29.3
RBAlvin Kamara18.4
WRTyreek Hill5.3
WRStefon Diggs11.5
WRJustin Jefferson 15.5
WRJa’Marr Chase5.9
TEKyle Pitts7.7
TEMark Andrews6.9
RBNajee Harris15.3
RBCordarrelle Patterson16.6
WRDJ Moore6.1
WRA.J. Brown6.7
WRCeeDee Lamb3.3
WRBrandin Cooks8.6
208.94
QBJalen Hurts16.68
QBKyler Murray0
RBJames Robinson0
RBSaquon Barkley0
RBClyde Edwards-Helaire0
RBDavid Montgomery9
WRDK Metcalf0
WRTerry McLaurin0
WRAdam Thielen 7.6
WRAmari Cooper4.7
WRMike Williams6.8
TEGeorge Kittle17.1
TEDawson Knox0
TETJ Hockenson0

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