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Top 2 Waiver Wire Pick Ups

Posted By Spencer Lieberson On Sep 14 2011 @ 9:25 am In Fantasy Football | 2 Comments

Whats up SportsBlogging Nation. With Week 2 around the corner, there are various hot waiver wire pickups that are potential sleepers. Today, I want to discuss my top two waiver wire pick ups that need to be added IMMEDIATELY! Hope you enjoy.

Aaron Hernandez-NEĀ 

Everyone knows how well Hernandez performed this past Sunday night, the issue is whether he can consistently put up these numbers. I say take a chance! Hernandez was the most targeted receiver throughout the preseason and still looks to be. He is a huge mismatch almost every time because he has the size/weight of a tight end, but the speed of a wide receiver. Currently, Hernandez is only owned in 78% of leagues on Yahoo and 58.7% on ESPN!!! Take a chance on this guy. I took one last week and it sure paid off. If you have a top waiver wire pick, snag him.

Carnell Williams- TB

Remember how good Carnell, I mean Cadillac, use to be. This is another guy that is going to be taken with an early waiver wire pick, but is definitely a good RB3 for a team. He is also a great handcuff for the already injured Steven Jackson. Be careful with Cadillac as he did face my Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles are terrible at stopping the run (absolutely no LBs) and made Steven Jackson and Cadillac Williams look amazing. There is no denying the talent and potential Cadillac brings. If you need an RB, Cadillac is someone I would definitely pick up, especially if Steven Jackson’s injury lingers. Cadillac is the starter this weekend so take advantage!







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