If you are serious about winning your fantasy league football championship, stay on top of your fantasy football team throughout the year.
Each week during the NFL fantasy football season, KFFL brings you its Fantasy Football Waiver Wire, which breaks down players to pick up. Be aggressive when picking up fantasy football free agents. Even if you do not need a player, you can tuck him away for depth or block others from adding him to their fantasy football team.
Dan Orlovsky isn't pretty in Indy, but he's more competent than Curtis Painter. And what happens if Tony Romo (hand) can't play in a crucial battle for the division?
The tailback position is your best bet for waiver wire success in the regular-season finale. Evan Royster has a prime opportunity with Roy Helu banged up and the Pats could look to a fresh Stevan Ridley to lock down homefield advantage.
Week 17 presents many risks as far as fantasy plays, so why not take a chance on Austin Collie and a lesser-known Chargers wideout?
The Colts could be playing for the right to draft Andrew Luck in Week 17 against the Jags, but Marcedes Lewis shouldn't be lost in this pile of ugliness.
The Philadelphia Eagles shouldn't have a tough time moving up and down the field on the Washington Redskins in Week 17. Alex Henery is the kicking beneficiary as a result.
The Vikes' secondary can be easily exploited, but they can still get to the passer. Luckily, they're playing the Chicago Bears in the season finale.
Matt Moore returns to our waiver wire recommendations, and Kyle Orton has another matchup worth testing.
Lance Ball is picking up the slack for an injured Willis McGahee, and Kahlil Bell is relevant - especially for PPR owners.
The Arizona Cardinals have a complement to Larry Fitzgerald who has emerged as a compelling play in fantasy championship week. The Miami Dolphins offer a daring option, too.
The Jags' beaten up secondary has a tough test this week.
One more time, the place kickers for the New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals offer fantasy upside, and this week, it's for all the marbles.
Even without LaRon Landry, Washington's D is ripe for the fantasy picking this week.
Rex Grossman is getting it done against weak pass defenses. Will Jake Locker get a chance to start?
The Dallas Cowboys and many fantasy football owners lost DeMarco Murray in Week 14. Checking your wire for Felix Jones is the first step in coping.
Who would benefit the most from a sidelined Greg Jennings? This Packers wideout is a good place to start.
The Bills offer Anthony Fasano a good enough matchup to make him relevant in Week 15.
Phil Dawson and Connor Barth enter our Week 15 Waiver Wire recommendations. Read on to find out why.
New Orleans welcomes the Christian Ponder-led Vikings matchup, and Arizona will look to feast on a paltry Browns offense.
This Viking should pillage the Lions' sinking pass defense. And, Rex is begging to be let out of the fantasy dog house.
With Matt Forte down and out, Marion Barber will take the Bears' backfield lead. Sure, he'll see more touches, but does that mean he's a must-add?
These one-week plays could have long-term use, but focus on their Week 14 aid, including a reliable part of a rising passing offense.
The Colts give Ed Dickson a fantasy-worthy matchup for Week 14 action.
Tim Tebow has helped Matt Prater find more looks, and the Vikings have a plus matchup for the kicker position.
Miami and Seattle don't jump out as strong fantasy plays, but that perception can go out the window this week.
Sure, the Bears' QB might have something to offer, but how could fantasy football players let THIS QB just sit out there unclaimed?
The Colts' best runner might still be on your wire. Plus, this one-week play could salvage desperate PPR situations.
The Chicago Bears' replacement QB showed some real faith in one of his receivers in Week 12. Two other NFC wideouts should draw your attention on the wire.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are finally attempting to get their money's worth from their tight end. Plus, some rentals that can save deep leaguers
Kyle Orton should help Ryan Succop's chances. Find out which other kickers you should target in Week 13.
Von Miller and Champ Bailey lead the resurrected Broncos on D, and the Dirty Birds could make you sing their praise this week.
Maybe you're not desperate enough to go with Caleb Hanie, but Matt Moore deserves your attention in most leagues.
Adrian Peterson banged up. Adding Toby Gerhart your next step. And there's a new king of Detroit's backfield pride. Which Colt is safest to run with?
A trio of wideout plays for turkey week and beyond. Hear that? A Lion is starting to roar.
With Dallas Clark possibly out for the rest of the year, Jacob Tamme is your TE if you're desperate.
The Seahawks and Rams both boast mediocre offenses, but solid matchups are likely to keep their kickers active in Week 12.
Turn your attention to the NFC West for some mouthwatering defensive matchups this Thanksgiving weekend.
Kevin Kolb's time may have come and gone in Arizona. John Skelton has led the Cards to two straight wins and is looking for more.
Broncos might not have Willis McGahee in short turnaround. Lance Ball could get rolling again.
Julio Jones aggravates injury. Harry Douglas can fill in again if needed....
A pair of AFC North tight ends should be added to your fantasy rosters, even if just for a week.
The Bengals' offense is for real. Plus, Josh Brown's divisional matchup looks solid for field goal tries.
We offer you a pair of one-week plays that can help you through the final round of 2011 bye weeks.
No byes this week, but don't ignore the potential QB surprises, including two rookies.
Um, did you forget to pick up the OTHER Washington RB? If you don't this week, you won't have another chance to do so....
The Dallas Cowboys again lose Miles Austin to a hamstring injury, so the wideout's fill-in is a hot pickup.
Bye weeks take a break before wrapping up in Week 11, but we know of a one-week play and a look-to-acquire free agent for you to target in the meantime.
Offensive ineptitude in Miami and Jacksonville should lead to plenty of kicking opportunities for Dan Carpenter and Josh Scobee this week.
St. Louis has moved into ownable territory, and the Dolphins have a matchup that is too good to pass up.
If you're still scared to use Alex Smith for your fantasy team, you need to let him in.
The Tennessee Titans are making changes in their backfield arrangement, making this backup runner a hot commodity. Changes in Washington, injuries in Cleveland also opening up touches.
Early Doucet involved often, and one Niner looking to strike more receiving gold. Don't miss our Chiefs update. Can the new Raider be useful, too?
Michael Vick relied on Brent Celek in Week 8, and that could become a trend starting this week. Another AFC East option should also be on your radar.
Which one-week plays you should target to cover Week 9 place kicker bye weeks in your fantasy football leagues.
Tim Tebow should make the Raiders a great one-week play. Brave owners should pick up the Rams' D if they need to bridge a bye week gap.
John Beck has the opportunity in D.C. and Curtis Painter faces a very beatable Titans D in Week 8.
The Washington Redskins may have lost one of the horses in their stable for a while. One of their thoroughbreds is set to capitalize, however.
The Denver Broncos pulled off a comeback win in Week 7, and the heroics weren't necessarily the work of Tim Tebow.
Rookie quarterback Christian Ponder is having a positive impact on Shiancoe's fantasy value. Keep an eye on one of the AFC North's young tight ends.
A couple of little-owned kickers have good fantasy football matchups in Week 8.
Cincinnati returns from their week off and should be plucked off your waiver wire. Why do the Tennessee Titans make our one-week play list after being shelled by Houston last week?
Don't forget about a QB coming off a bye. Does Curtis Painter belong on your Week 7 fantasy football canvas? Should you grab new Raider Carson Palmer?
The Dallas Cowboys may need to do some shuffling in the backfield, and at least one rookie stands to benefit.
This Cleveland Browns rookie is shaping up to be a quality fantasy play, but owners haven't yet warmed to him.
Two AFC teams offer fantasy waiver wire targets for Week 7 and beyond, and Washington's top pass catcher still might be available in your league.
A trio of booters can help help revive your kicking numbers.
The Cowboys and a less heralded defense should be on your waiver wire wish list.
The Denver Broncos might be making a change. Should fantasy owners consider one, too?
The Kansas City Chiefs may have watched a solution to their backfield problems emerge in Indy. Plus, you should Get Carter.
The Oakland Raiders are beginning to see some commitment to excellence from a prototypical favorite of their former owner and executive. Plus, someone from Cleveland will soon rock, and the Panthers have a one-week play.
Which tight ends coming off a bye could be on your wire?
Dan Carpenter has been a disappointment, but bear with him.
Buffalo once again makes for a strong single-week rental. Washington has the goods and the upcoming matchups.
The Vikings' QB is worth a one-week rental as byes hit. Minnesota's ex-slinger shouldn't be ignored, either.
Mike Shanahan strikes again, and fantasy football players need to react.
Andre Johnson takes a scary fall in Week 4, and the Houston Texans' likely fill-in for him is now in fantasy football players' cross-hairs.
Two tight ends are quickly emerging as fantasy football threats. Check them out.
Bye weeks are starting, and picking the right booter can make a difference.
With an enticing upcoming schedule, Leon Hall's team should be a quality fill-in for fantasy football players.
Some typically unworthy fantasy QBs should be launching often in Week 4
Frank Gore nicked again. Target Kendall Hunter, who looked just as good as Gore on Sunday. Also, Bernard Scott must be grabbed. Plus, game tempo could make this RB a one-week play.
Kenny Britt's bleak outlook boosts Nate Washington's stock, and two big Week 3 catchers should be snared soon.
Joe Flacco may be targeting his tight end more often, and who will emerge as the go-to guy in Minny?
The Vikings have a fantasy footer-friendly matchup to take advantage of.
The 'Skins and 'Hawks should pique your fantasy interest on the waiver wire.
The men who run the offenses of the Tennessee Titans and Cincinnati Bengals deserve a look.
Jamaal Charles' loss, Dexter McCluster and Thomas Jones' gains. Cowboys backfield in similar boat
Massive games from Eric Decker, Denarius Moore and David Nelson give them overdue deserved attention
If you didn't listen last week, pick up Fred Davis. Now.
Which fantasy footers should you land off the waiver wire this week?
Houston's defense is a must-acquire, but how do we feel about some others this week?
Does your fantasy football team need some help at quarterback? Rex Grossman ... looks somewhat legit. Cam Newton? Not THAT great, but....
The St. Louis Rams suffer injuries everywhere on offense, and one player is set to capitalize. Which running backs should you look at on the waiver wire entering Week 2?
Players were dropping like flies during Week 1 and injuries create opportunities for these wideouts, who should be on your waiver-wire radar this week.
The Cincinnati Bengals boast an oft-used tight end who gets little fantasy love.
The Steelers' scuffling O might mean more points for Shaun Suisham
Detroit's young defense is making some fantasy noise