Jim Cramer Reveals His Top Waiver Wire Grabs: Alexander Mattison, Darwin Thompson, and Anthony Miller are Worth Picking up in Week 14

Heading into the first round of the fantasy football playoffs the waiver wire is still crucial for any fantasy football player with their eyes set on a championship.
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Week 14 Waiver Wire Pickups

Welcome to the Fantasy Football playoffs. If you are reading this article you deserve a congratulations for punching your ticket to the post-season or you just really love fantasy football. Either way, the fantasy post-season is here and we are here to help you win.

As always, the Waiver Wire is an integral part of your fantasy success and Jim Cramer and I dive deep into the guys you should or shouldn't pick up.It all comes down to the position you need most for your fantasy squad, that's why we discuss more than a dozen players in this week's Waiver Wire Lightning Round. 

One of our 10 Commandments for winning fantasy football is handcuffing your studs. We've gone over the importance of this commandment all year. And if you're like Jim and have Dalvin Cook on your fantasy team, we certainly hope you already have Alexander Mattison, but if not, he's clearly the top claim this week. 

Who is worth picking up? Who should be ignored? Watch the video up above and check out our analysis for the first round of the fantasy football playoffs.

Players we discuss in this week's video:

Quarterbacks: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Miami Dolphins-Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans-Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals

Running Backs: Alexander Mattison, Minnesota Vikings-Darwin Thompson, Kansas City Chiefs-Raheem Mostert, San Francisco 49ers- Jordan Wilkins-Indianapolis Colts

Wide Receivers: A. J. Brown, Tennessee Titans-James Washington, Pittsburgh Steelers-Anthony Miller, Chicago Bears-Cole Beasley, Buffalo Bills-Allen Lazard, Green Bay Packers

Tight Ends: Jacob Hollister, Seattle Seahawks-Mike Gesicki, Miami Dolphins-Ian Thomas, Carolina Panthers.

Looking for personalized fantasy advice? Drop us a comment/question in the Ask Cramer section. Also check out more waiver wire analysis from our partners at Sports Illustrated.