With Week 13 on the horizon, it's time to work the waiver wire in your fantasy football league.
We go position by position in the NFL, with 11 players to target heading into next weekend.
Rachaad White and JaMycal Hasty are all both targets to pick up going into next week.
Brian Robinson Jr., RB, Washington Commanders
ESPN fantasy % rostered: 65.4%
Week 12 stats: 105 rushing yards, 2 receptions, 20 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 20.5 fantasy points
One thing to know: Brian Robinson has established himself as the top back in Washington, and with the Commanders offense now moving pretty well under quarterback Taylor Heinicke, Robinson has some solid upside for the rest of the season.
JaMycal Hasty, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars
ESPN fantasy % rostered: 0.8%
Week 12 stats: 28 rushing yards, 5 receptions, 67 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 20.5 fantasy points
One thing to know: JaMycal Hasty got more action than expected on Sunday after Travis Etienne Jr. suffered an injury. Should Etienne remain out next week, Hasty immediately becomes a great start, especially in PPR leagues.
Rachaad White, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
ESPN fantasy % rostered: 61.7%
Week 12 stats: 64 rushing yards, 9 receptions, 45 receiving yards — 19.9 fantasy points
One thing to know: Rachaad White has taken over in the Tampa Bay backfield with Leonard Fournette out, and on Sunday he had his second-straight game with 100 scrimmage yards. While the Buccaneers rushing attack has left much to be desired this year, you don't often find a running back with this much upside available on the waiver wire this late in the season.
Isiah Pacheco, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
ESPN fantasy % rostered: 58.2%
Week 12 stats: 69 rushing yards, 1 reception, 17 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 15.6 fantasy points
One thing to know: It's been difficult to track the Chiefs' backfield this year, but this week it appears that Isiah Pacheco has officially taken the top role on the team. He's now scored double-digit fantasy points in two straight games, and has a favorable matchup against the Bengals rushing defense next week.
Zay Jones, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars
ESPN fantasy % rostered: 30.9%
Week 12 stats: 11 receptions, 145 receiving yards — 27.5 fantasy points
One thing to know: Zay Jones has 19 receptions on 24 targets over his last two games. Any receiver getting that many looks from his quarterback should be rostered in more than 30% of fantasy leagues.
Treylon Burks, WR, Tennessee Titans
ESPN fantasy % rostered: 36. and 8%
Week 12 stats: 4 receptions, 70 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 17 fantasy points
One thing to know: Treylon Burks' touchdowns on Sunday was rather unconventional. Chances are he won't be recovering a Derrick Henry fumble in the end zone in many more games moving forward. Still, the play was worth six fantasy points, and is a hopeful sign that he's ready to get into the end zone a bit more.
DeSean Jackson, WR, Baltimore Ravens
ESPN fantasy % rostered: 0.9%
Week 12 stats: 2 receptions, 74 receiving yards — 9.4 fantasy points
One thing to know: There's no need to roster DeSean Jackson for depth, but if you are in need of a boom-or-bust play to fill-in for a bye week, he's one of the best in the history of fantasy football. Sure, he might not be on the field for more than 10 snaps for the Ravens, but that may be all he needs to go off for 100 yards and a touchdown.
Foster Moreau, TE, Las Vegas Raiders
ESPN fantasy % rostered: 34.6%
Week 12 stats: 3 receptions, 33 receiving yards, 1 touchdown — 12.3 fantasy points
One thing to know: Foster Moreau has stepped up for the Raiders in the absence of Darren Waller. If you're in need of a new tight end, he's likely your best bet given how thin the position currently looks.
Mike White, QB, New York Jets
ESPN fantasy % rostered: 2.5%
Week 12 stats: 315 passing yards, 3 touchdowns — 24.8 fantasy points
One thing to know: Mike White doesn't look like he's interested in handing the starting quarterback job back to Zach Wilson anytime soon, and with weapons like Garrett Wilson at his side, he could be a solid fantasy backup heading into the postseason.
Seattle Seahawks defense
ESPN fantasy % rostered: 10.9%
Week 12 stats: 2 interceptions, 1 sack, 40 points allowed — -5 fantasy points
One thing to know: Despite being worth -5 fantasy points last week, it might be worth picking up the Seahawks heading into Week 13, as they are matched up against the Los Angeles Rams, whose offense already looked lost with Matthew Stafford and now looks even more distressed without him.
Green Bay Packers defense
ESPN fantasy % rostered: 45.3%
Week 12 stats: 1 fumble recovery, 2 sacks, 40 points allowed — -5 fantasy points
One thing to know: Like the Seahawks, the Packers were actually a negative fantasy play last week. Also like the Seahawks, they will likely go up against an overmatched backup next week when they travel to Chicago to play the Bears.
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