Fantasy Football Waiver Wire - Week 1 (Video)
Brandon Marianne Lee gives us the top players to add to your roster heading into Week 1 of the fantasy football season.
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B. Allen - DL
Allen (foot) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Carmen Vitali of the team's official site reports.
The fifth-year tackle has been dealing with a troublesome foot the majority of the season, but he's managed to suit up for the last five games. Allen logged 27 snaps against the Redskins in the Week 10 loss, which did mark his lowest figure in that category since Week 2. With back-to-back limited practices to open the practice week that could well be part of an injury maintenance program at this point of the campaign, Allen is likely trending toward active status again in Week 11 against the Giants.
Added 9:18 am (EST)
C. Nassib - DL
Nassib (elbow) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Carmen Vitali of the team's official site reports.
Nassib had been absent altogether Wednesday, so the return is certainly an encouraging sign. The third-year pro has been effective as a rotational end since joining the Buccaneers earlier in the season after his release from the Browns, totaling a career-high four sacks. Nassib has seen elevated snap counts recently in the wake of Vinny Curry's ankle injury, although it's worth noting the latter returned to practice Thursday as well in limited fashion. Even if Curry is able to return to a starting role in Week 11 against the Giants, Nassib's own upgrade in participation bodes well for his chances of suiting up and seeing action in that contest as well.
Added 9:05 am (EST)
F. Clark - DL
Clark made four tackles -- one for a loss -- and two sacks in Thursday's 27-24 win over the Packers.
Clark now has 10 sacks through 10 games, tying the mark he set in 2016 through 15 contests. He now ranks third in the league behind only Aaron Donald (12.5) and Danielle Hunter (11.5).
Added 12:28 am (EST)
S. Janikowski - K
Janikowski made both field goals and all three extra points in Thursday's 27-24 win over the Packers.
Janikowski hit 39-yard and 43-yard field goals and raised his rate for the season to 80 percent while remaining perfect by nailing all 30 extra points. The Panthers have allowed the ninth-most points (25.8) per game this year, so he should have more chances in Week 12.
Added 12:25 am (EST)
E. Dickson - TE
Dickson hauled in his only target for a 15-yard touchdown in Thursday's 27-24 win over the Packers.
Dickson has totaled five targets in four games thus far, making four catches. Two of those have gone for touchdowns, but his usage is too low to be a weekly fantasy play. However, look for his high upside in Week 12 against the Panthers, who have allowed eight touchdowns to tight ends this year.
Added 12:22 am (EST)
N. Vannett - TE
Vannett caught one of two targets for 17 yards in Thursday's 27-24 win over the Packers.
Vannett's one reception landed him a yard short of the goal line and running back Chris Carson punched it in on the next play. This is the third time in four games Vannett has just one catch, so he's considered a flaky fantasy option.
Added 12:19 am (EST)
D. Moore - WR
Moore hauled in four of eight targets for 57 yards in Thursday's 27-24 win over the Packers.
A majority of Moore's production came on a disputable 27-yard catch down the left sideline that he eventually fumbled out of bounds. Regardless, it was the most targets Moore has seen in his career and the second-most on the team in this game. He hasn't found the end zone in three weeks and will look to reverse the trend in Week 12 against the Panthers, who have allowed 22 passing scores this year.
Added 12:13 am (EST)
M. Davis - RB
Davis rushed four times for 26 yards and caught both targets for 24 yards in Thursday's 27-24 win over the Packers.
Davis had only one carry until the Seahawks' final drive, when they were simply looking to run the clock out. He clearly fell behind Rashaad Penny in the pecking order, but Davis was the only running back to catch a ball in the contest. Penny shows more big-play ability, so Davis may return to the No. 3 running back role for Week 12's game against the Panthers.
Added 12:07 am (EST)