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RosterWatch Week 12 Waiver Wire Cheat Sheet and Podcast Now Available

Building a championship-caliber fantasy roster requires basic weekly waiver-wire management. We’ve created the Waiver Wire Cheat Sheet so that in a just a few minutes a week, our users can make the same expert waiver maneuvers we personally make in our own leagues, throughout the season.

Whether you play in a standard waiver-claim format, or in a free-agent bidding system – we’ve got you covered. Read the chart top to bottom, and use it like the Draft Cheat Sheet. It’s not mandatory to go after the very top pick up every single week – use some basic discretion. Insane value can be cultivated through the bottom of the Waiver Wire Cheat Sheet over the course of the season.

All players listed on the WWCS are currently on the waiver wire in at least 50% of fantasy leagues across all major formats.

*Our advice is to recycle an average of 1-2 players per week from the bottom of your roster into hot waiver-wire pickups for the current week. This can be accomplished via waivers, or on the cheap as free-agent pickups post-waiver period .

PRO members, click here to download the cheat sheet.




  1. Deebo’s Td “run”. It looked to me that Graoppolo tossed him the ball rather than hand it to him. Shouldn’t this have been called a pass even though the ball was tossed only a couple of feet. What’s the rule on this.

    1. I’d have to go back and watch it. Was it a lateral or backward toss?

      1. yes it was a backward toss

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    Last flex spot, .5ppr need 1:
    Gabe Davis
    Pittman JR

    1. Great options. Probably Pittman but very close. Play the matchups and the game totals if you aren’t sure.

    TE: Dulcich or Everett?
    FLEX: Olave or Montgomery?
    QB: Fields or Garoppolo?
    RB: R.White (TB), D.Pierce or Foreman? TE: Moreau or Higbee?

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