Here are some players to pickup off waivers as the season dwindles down


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Bears WR Anthony Miller has been breaking out over the past 3 weeks.

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QB Ryan Fitzpatrick

After the Dolphins’ experiment with Josh Rosen went south, Fitzpatrick will most likely be the starter for the rest of the season, especially after their last game. He threw for 365 yards for 3 touchdowns with only 1 interception against the Eagles, leading the Dolphins to their 3rd win of the season. They will go on the road to take on an unpredictable Jets team who might be without their best secondary player, Jamal Adams.

RB Patrick Laird

The Dolphins have had a revolving door of running backs this season with Laird being the most recent starter. He did pretty bad running the ball, only totaling 5 yards on 10 carries, but he excelled with receiving, catching 4 passes for 43 yards. Laird will continue to see playing time in Week 14 when they take on the Jets.

WR Anthony Miller

For most of the season, Miller hasn’t been seeing many targets, but that’s changed. Over the past 3 weeks, he’s been seeing around 10 targets per game and he’s absolutely capitalizing on it. In Week 13, he caught 9 of his 13 targets and totaled 140 yards against the Lions. He’ll continue to split targets with Allen Robinson, but Miller is looking like a great option as the Bears take on the Cowboys in Week 14.

WR Cole Beasley

For this season, Beasley has been one of Josh Allen’s favorite targets along with John Brown. But Beasley in particular has started to break out as Allen as found his groove, totaling 12 catches for 186 yards and 2 touchdowns over the past 2 weeks against the Broncos and Cowboys, respectively. Beasley and the Bills look to improve to 10-3 on the season when they take on one of the best teams in the league, the Ravens, at home in Week 14.

TE Jack Doyle

With Eric Ebron out for the rest of the season, Doyle will benefit greatly as he becomes the team’s #1 tight end. This was evident after the Colts Week 13 game against the Titans when he caught 6 passes for 73 yards and 1 touchdown. The Colts take on the Buccaneers, who have one of the worst secondaries in the league, in Week 14.

Honorable Mention: WR Zach Pascal

Pascal was already been mentioned a few weeks ago, but he’s one of the Colts few healthy receivers right now. Hilton, Campbell, and Rogers are all unlikely to play against the Buccaneers in Week 14 with miscellaneous injuries. All three were out sometime during Week 13’s game against the Titans, where Pascal caught 7 passes for 109 yards. Pascal and Doyle will both be Jacoby Brissett’s favorite targets for their Week 14 game.