The season-long march for a Fantasy Football title is within your grasp. Only a Week 16 victory stands between you and winning it all. We have three players to consider on the waiver wire for Fantasy Super Bowl week.
Blake Bortles, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars – 54 percent owned
Another week, another multi-TD performance for Bortles. He didn’t even need to play a full game to reach 326 yards and three scores against Houston. Bortles gets another premium matchup in championship week, facing a San Francisco defense that’s allowed the fourth most fantasy points to opposing QBs.
Wayne Gallman, RB, New York Giants – 5 percent
Gallman has emerged as the most dynamic threat in New York’s messy backfield. He’s gained 178 scrimmage yards over the past two weeks while hauling in 13 receptions. Gallman needs to be owned in PPR formats. He has a clear shot to be New York’s featured back next season.
Eric Ebron, TE, Detroit Lions – 42 percent
Ebron has caught 15 balls on 18 targets over the past two weeks, emerging as a key piece of Detroit’s passing attack. Next week, Ebron and the Lions will face a Cincinnati defense that suddenly can’t stop anyone. The Bengals have allowed 67 total points over their last two games. Ebron has a great shot at 80 yards and a score in Week 16.