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Postby elaine95 » Fri Apr 12, 2019 7:08 pm

NFL fantasy football waiver wire: 7 adds and 4 drops for Week 5 NFL Week 4 is wrapping up , so it’s time for a look at the fantasy football waiver wire moves you need to make for Week 5. Fantasy Football Week 5 AddsPatriots RB Sony MichelWith Rex Burkhead now on injured reserve, the Patriots rolled with Sony Michel as the top back against the Dolphins. The first-round rookie responded with 112 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries. James White remained in his pass-catching role and had just eight runs in the blowout win, so Michel should keep getting a good workload, making him the top add to make for Week 5. Jaguars WR Dede WestbrookThe Jaguars’ enigmatic offense finally got going against the Jets, and Dede Westbrook helped lead the way with his career day. The second-year receiver finished with nine catches on 13 targets for 130 yards. He even added a run for 11 yards in. It’s always tricky to rely on a pass-catcher who plays with Blake Bortles, but Westbrook looks like a good PPR receiver moving forward. Seahawks RB Mike DavisAnother week, another new running back stepping up in Seattle. This time, it’s Mike Davis, who gashed the Cardinals for 101 yards and two scores on 21 runs while catching four balls for 21 yards. He had just three carries in his previous two games. Chris Carson is out with an injury, and Rashad Penny continues to be brought along slowly, so the veteran Davis could hold on to his new role for a while. Bears WR Taylor GabrielBreak out the Bears, who romped the Buccaneers 48-10 in Week 4, and Taylor Gabriel was a big reason why. The veteran speedster finished with seven grabs on seven targets for 104 yards and two scores. He showed he can be a viable fantasy option in Atlanta, and it looks like he’s doing the same in Chicago. Browns RB Nick ChubbWhile Baker Mayfield is getting all the pub in Cleveland, Nick Chubb was the star in Week 4 as he gashed the Raiders for two long touchdown runs. He had his first career 100-yard game and showed he needs to be getting more snaps in the Browns’ offense. However, Carlos Hyde is still going to get a healthy amount of snaps, so Chubb is more of a high-upside handcuff for now. Steelers TE Vance McDonaldThe Steelers are starting rely more and more on Vance McDonald as the No. 1 tight end. He’s been battling Jessie James for that spot, but McDonald is starting to establish himself as the more consistent option. McDonald is probably one of the better waiver wire tight ends available right now if you’re hurting at the position. Colts WR Chester RogersThe Colts offense is slowly rounding back into form with Andrew Luck now back at the helm. That’s beginning to make No. 2 receiver Chester Rogers a viable fantasy option. Against the Texans in Week 4, Rogers finished with eight grabs on 11 targets for 85 yards. But a big reason why Rogers’ stock is up is T.Y. Hilton was lost to a hamstring injury that will likely cost him at least one game, so Rogers is the top receiver for now.Fantasy Football Week 5 Drops Bengals TE Tyler EifertThis one really stings. Just as Eifert was getting back to being one of the game’s best tight ends, a broken ankle ends his season after just four games. He finishes the season with 17 grabs for 179 yards and a touchdown, which he caught in Atlanta before suffering his injury. Hopefully he gets back to form in 2019. If you had Eifert, keep an eye on C.J. Uzomah. He caught five passes for 64 yards and a score in his previous two games, so he may become fantasy relevant with Eifert now out. Ryan Fitzpatrick Woof. After tossing three picks against the Steelers, Ryan Fitzpatrick threw another against the Bears while completing just 9/18 passes for 126 yards in a 48-10 loss. He was eventually replaced with Jameis Winston , which all but confirms Fitzmagic 2018 is over.Patriots WR Chris HoganThe Patriots offense finally got going against the Dolphins, but they did so without Chris Hogan making much of an impact, which has been the case all season. Through four games, Hogan now has just eight catches, and that was with Julian Edelman suspended. Edelman is now set to return from his four-game ban, so Hogan is an easy call to drop. Seahawks TE Will Dissly Sunday was a bad day for tight ends. In addition to Eifert, rising star Will Dissey is out for the year after suffering a torn patella tendon against the Cardinals. He caught two touchdowns in his first two games as he built good chemistry with Russell Wilson, so hopefully that will continue in 2019. The Bengals showed some signs of life in the 2018 offseason by being slightly more aggressive in free agency and drafting immediate impact players. If they want to back up new head coach Zac Taylor’s statements about being forward-thinking, the Bengals need to build off last offseason and continue evolving their team-building process this year.Let’s take a look at some of the best ways for the Bengals to prove they are serious about establishing a winning culture. 1. Nail the remaining coaching hiresThe Bengals still have two huge hires that they have to make and they have to get them right if they want to succeed: defensive coordinator and offensive line coach. The reported candidates for defensive coordinator are slightly concerning with Dom Capers emerging as the favorite; however, they could still get it right with a hire out of the blue. They were previously linked to Bill Callahan coming from Washington to become their offensive line coach, but recent reports state that Jim Turner is now the preferred candidate. There’s still time to get these hires right, but these two would not instill the most confidence.2. Be aggressive in free agencyThe Bengals have two major needs at offensive tackle and linebacker. It would be best if both of these positions were comfortably filled before the NFL Draft so they wouldn’t have to play rookies in those spots. The market for offensive tackle isn’t as strong as it is at linebacker, but there are a handful of players who the Bengals could afford to man the right edge of their offensive line. At linebacker, there are several impact players for the Bengals to choose from, C.J. Mosley of the Ravens being the cream of the crop. Addressing both of these positions by signing quality starters would go a long way of establishing a different culture.3. Draft immediate impact playersThe Bengals did well with this last year, drafting starters with their first two picks and a heavy rotational player with one of their third-round picks in Sam Hubbard. If the Bengals want to continue to show that they are serious about winning, they should continue to draft players that can make immediate impacts. They should, however, not be sacrificing talent at the same time. The Bengals cannot reach for a player, but they cannot afford to draft players to sit on the bench for most of their rookie contract either. The Bengals need to find the best mix of need and value.4. Continue to explore the trade marketIt is not clear yet what players are on the trade block for every team, but rumors always pop up and the Bengals should not be afraid of making another trade like they did last year when the acquire Cordy Glenn. The Patriots got their left tackle Trent Brown, who played all season for them in a trade that cost them almost nothing, and the Bengals themselves upgraded left tackle by simply dropping nine spots in the first round. There have been rumors that the Bengals may be interested in moving on from Andy Dalton and bringing on Ryan Tannehill which could net the Bengals positive value through trades. If there is a player who a team is trying to trade who would fill a need for the Bengals they should try to acquire them. Look heavily at linebackers that teams are not happy with or on teams that are trying to tank, and most importantly be aggressive.
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