Top WR Waiver Adds for Week 9
The fantasy season is at the point where team's are giving up and the rest of you who have a bleak outlook have to keep fighting. The best way to keep fighting is to keep attacking on the waiver wire.
Paul Richardson, Seattle Seahawks | 35% OWN
Richardson has had a few good games this season and has been mostly under the radar. However, in Week 8 he had his best game yet with 6 catches for 105 yards and two touchdowns.
Russell Wilson had a monster game and Richardson had a lot to do with that.
Richardson will be a big part of the offense moving forward for the Seahawks and is worthy of a pickup on any teams struggling to solidify their bench or need a bye-week replacement or flex spot.
JuJu Smith-Schuster, Pittsburgh Steelers | 61% OWN
JuJu is the real deal folks. Sorry Martavis but that is exactly the kind of game that you did not want to see.
JuJu ended Week 8 with 10 targets for 7 catches, 193 yards and one touchdown. His stats were bolstered by a monster 97 yard touchdown catch.
It would not shock us if Martavis Bryant gets traded today because it looks like Smith-Schuster has jumped up the depth chart and will get plenty of looks in the Steelers offense over the second half of the season.
Jamison Crowder, Washington Redskins | 53% OWN
The Redskins had a funky week in terms of their offensive production against the Eagles. Kirk Cousins had one of his worst weeks of the season meanwhile Crowder had his best.
Crowder ended Week 8 with 13 targets on 9 catches for 123 yards. Josh Doctson is also in the mix for the Redskins but Crowder has consistently had more targets and more opportunities.
Crowder is likely a WR3 moving forward but should have more opportunities compared to Terrelle Pryor or Doctson.