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NFL Waiver Wire Thread 2020 Week 4


This thread is for offering suggested waiver wire pickups for week 4 of the 2020 NFL season.


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Comments that fall into one of these categories or are otherwise not on topic for this thread will be removed.


Some discussion of waiver suggestions is allowed, but this is not the place for an extended debate on the merits of any particular player. Take these in-depth discussions over to the outlook threads for the individual player(s) in question.

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Gabriel Davis is also an intriguing add as well. He's performed well when called upon now with John Brown hurt again, he hurt his foot last week then his calf this week. Gabriel was the talk of camp, coaches love him and he's doing his thing when he's on the field. 

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I think I'd rather Jefferson

9 hours ago, SpartanEric said:


Not sure about that one... he’s a first round pick. Sanders was good with both of those guys in the lineup. 
 

Now if I had the choice, I’d take Jefferson, bad defense that will have them throwing a lot. 
 

But Aiyuk is much more than a rental. 

Nah he’s a rental, once Deebo/Kittle are back Aiyuk will be very quiet 

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If you need a spot-start WR, look for Renfrow. Edwards is already out & Ruggs is very questionable. I don’t expect the Raiders to run very effectively against BUF, so Carr could be looking at Waller & Renfrow all day to move the chains

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26 minutes ago, lvsaint429 said:

If you need a spot-start WR, look for Renfrow. Edwards is already out & Ruggs is very questionable. I don’t expect the Raiders to run very effectively against BUF, so Carr could be looking at Waller & Renfrow all day to move the chains

 

Beasley on the other side also not a bad option for a flex spot. Especially if J. Brown sits.

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26 minutes ago, lvsaint429 said:

If you need a spot-start WR, look for Renfrow. Edwards is already out & Ruggs is very questionable. I don’t expect the Raiders to run very effectively against BUF, so Carr could be looking at Waller & Renfrow all day to move the chains

Yes, and they only real obv weakness that the BUF D has is against the slot WRs...could be a really nice PPR week for Hunter against this suddenly pass explosive Allen/BUF offense...

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I truly believe (if he’s been dropped) Anthony Miller might be a thing again now that files is under center and Cohen is out. He’s not being mentioned but I see him being on waiver columns next week. He’s the add and Graham is fools gold. 

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1 hour ago, Wytchclt55 said:

I truly believe (if he’s been dropped) Anthony Miller might be a thing again now that files is under center and Cohen is out. He’s not being mentioned but I see him being on waiver columns next week. He’s the add and Graham is fools gold. 

miller is still a good add but you have to understand that Nagy's offensive scheme utilizes the TE position very well and I think Graham has value here and Foles will look for a safety net. I wouldn't discredit the attention that graham is getting now, he did decent with Trubisky as well

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27 minutes ago, kdpat15 said:

miller is still a good add but you have to understand that Nagy's offensive scheme utilizes the TE position very well and I think Graham has value here and Foles will look for a safety net. I wouldn't discredit the attention that graham is getting now, he did decent with Trubisky as well

 

this ^

he's doing everything they wanted Trey Burton to do. 

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8 hours ago, kdpat15 said:

miller is still a good add but you have to understand that Nagy's offensive scheme utilizes the TE position very well and I think Graham has value here and Foles will look for a safety net. I wouldn't discredit the attention that graham is getting now, he did decent with Trubisky as well

I agree with you. Tarik Cohen is out for the year. Miller may line up in slot more often. I have Miller pretty much everywhere and I was going to drop if he had not produced against the Falcons. Anyway, the snaps for Miller are concerning. Im hoping he gets more playing time with Cohen out.

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9 hours ago, kdpat15 said:

miller is still a good add but you have to understand that Nagy's offensive scheme utilizes the TE position very well and I think Graham has value here and Foles will look for a safety net. I wouldn't discredit the attention that graham is getting now, he did decent with Trubisky as well

 

8 hours ago, pastorofmuppets2 said:

 

this ^

he's doing everything they wanted Trey Burton to do. 

Remember the hype of Burton filling the Kelce role in Nagy’s offense? That role is Graham’s now ⬆️

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On 9/29/2020 at 11:00 PM, Jay85 said:

No Burkhead

 

On 9/29/2020 at 11:06 PM, Jetdog16 said:

Nope. James White is coming back at some point and that is 100 percent lowering Rex's touches. White could miss a few more weeks but not enticing enough to burn a waiver spot.

 

Also, Damien Harris just came off IR and practiced today.

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1 hour ago, lvsaint429 said:

 

Remember the hype of Burton filling the Kelce role in Nagy’s offense? That role is Graham’s now ⬆️

The major difference of course though being that this is not the 2011 Jimmy Graham who played on the Saints but rather a 33 year old Graham who looks a little washed up. Kelsey also has a first ballot HOFer throwing him the ball while Graham had Trubisky and now BDN.

I think I’d rather have an old looking Gronk playing 90% of snaps with the GOAT throwing the call. Many might have cut Gronk after week 2.

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51 minutes ago, CooL said:

The major difference of course though being that this is not the 2011 Jimmy Graham who played on the Saints but rather a 33 year old Graham who looks a little washed up. Kelsey also has a first ballot HOFer throwing him the ball while Graham had Trubisky and now BDN.

 

Never said Graham was in his prime & not expecting a 1000 yd season. Just merely pointing out the volume assumed from a big contract, offensive scheme, & QB who actually knows what he’s doing. He’ll most likely be the #2 option behind Robinson, so I do expect 65/700+/7 (health permitting)

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M....S....V!

 

  • ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports Allen Lazard (core muscle) is consulting a specialist. 

    Brutal. Per Demovsky, the options will be "surgery or recovery." Coming off the best game of his career, Lazard is averaging 85 yards per game this season. One of the league's thinnest receiver corps can't afford any losses behind Davante Adams, who himself is working his way back from a hamstring issue. Even in a best-case scenario, it does not sound like Lazard will be available for Monday's game against the Falcons. 

    Oct 1, 2020, 6:11 PM ET
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3 minutes ago, kencav said:

M....S....V!

 

  • ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports Allen Lazard (core muscle) is consulting a specialist. 

    Brutal. Per Demovsky, the options will be "surgery or recovery." Coming off the best game of his career, Lazard is averaging 85 yards per game this season. One of the league's thinnest receiver corps can't afford any losses behind Davante Adams, who himself is working his way back from a hamstring issue. Even in a best-case scenario, it does not sound like Lazard will be available for Monday's game against the Falcons. 

    Oct 1, 2020, 6:11 PM ET

MVS lol

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1 minute ago, Dirtywater97 said:

All this talk about Anthony Miller, but he is still getting out snapped by the rookie Mooney. Had a season high 5 targets too. Definitely keep an eye out. TBD who Foles prefers in this offense after ARob.


I’m gonna say that the odds are heavily in favor of Anthony Miller.  I wish I owned some shares.  

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12 minutes ago, Tommy Lee Jones said:


I’m gonna say that the odds are heavily in favor of Anthony Miller.  I wish I owned some shares.  

Forsure. I decided to take the upside of Higgins over Miller though. It was a tough decision.

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