Rashaad Penny, Benny Snell, and Ryan Tannehill Top Week 13 Waiver Wire Pickups

With just one more week of the fantasy football regular season, now's the time to grab a few key players to solidify your roster and help win a championship.

Week 13 Free Agent Pickups

This is the last weekend of the 2019 fantasy football regular season. If you are looking to lock up a Bye for the playoffs or just fighting to keep your season alive and making one last push to punch your ticket to the postseason, the Waiver Wire will certainly come in handy.

Sure there's no more bye weeks to cause holes in your lineup. But there are plenty of players who climbed up the depth chart or will now see more action due to a variety of reasons including injuries or poor performance by fellow teammates.

For Week 13, Jim Cramer and I ran through more than a dozen players and discussed who is worth adding or who is better off left ignored and ultimately kept in the free agency pool.

Depending on the position you need obviously determines which player you are targeting on the waiver wire but of all the players we list below, it seems Steelers running back Benny Snell and Seahawks rusher Rashaad Penny have the most clear opportunity to make some noise down the stretch and could instantly be a flex play in your lineups.

Players to pickup or leave alone for Week 13:

Quarterbacks: Ryan Rannehill, Tennesse Titans, Sam Darnold, New York Jets

Running Backs: Benny Snell, Pittsburgh Steelers, Rashaad Penny, Seattle Seahawks Quadre Ollison, Altanta Falcons,  Raheem Mostert  San Francisco 49ers
Wide Receivers: Jaokobi Meyers, New England Patriots N'Keal Harry, New England Patriots,  Willie Snead, Baltimore Ravens, AJ Brown, Tennessee Titans, Greg Ward, Philadelphia Eagles 
Tight Ends: Jack Doyle, Indianapolis Colts, Dallas Goedert, Philadelphia Eagles David Njoku, Cleveland Browns 

Comments (4)
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JayInNYC
JayInNYC

Snell is a solid-add

DesertHeat
DesertHeat

Happy Thanksgiving week everyone!

DaBearz
DaBearz

Penny could be a league-winner.

Jaime Eisner
Jaime Eisner

Editor

Tannehill should be owned by anyone with QB issues!