IDP Waiver Wire – Week 17

Ross Miles breaks down his Week 17 adds for IDP leagues.

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(AP Photo/Gary Landers)

(AP Photo/Gary Landers)

IDP Waiver Wire – Week 17

Don’t worry, even if you’re unfortunate enough to have to play a Week 17 fantasy championship game, we’re still here to help you with some waiver wire targets if you’re in a position of need. With it being the last week of the season, and a win-only mentality, we’ll be leaning more on matchups than outright form.

Pass Rushers

It shouldn’t be a surprise to see some Vikings pass rushers mentioned immediately considering they’re playing the Packers, who allowed nine sacks last week, causing Aaron Rodgers to fumble three times. It’s highly likely Everson Griffen is already owned, but Brian Robison and Danielle Hunter are potential grabs for the final week of the season. Minnesota’s edge rushers have shown they are capable of taking advantage of good matchups, as shown in Week 13, when they played the Seahawks and Griffen had a sack and Robison recorded two. With the Green Bay offensive line in utter disarray, they’ll be looking to capitalize and help the team win the division. In fact, Robison had notched up four sacks, two hits and nine hurries in the last four games, so he earns a low-end DL2 ranking this week with such a favorable matchup. Hunter is a much more of a boom-or-bust play due to his limited snap count, but has four sacks (and six hurries) of his own in the last three games.

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Ross Miles is a Lead Writer for Pro Football Focus Fantasy. Follow him on Twitter – @RossMilesNFL
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Ross Miles is a lead fantasy writer on PFF Fantasy. He contributes IDP content to the site. He was the 2011 winner of the FantasyPros IDP Expert Rankings contest for both weekly in-season rankings and also for pre-season rankings and finished second in IDP rankings in 2012 and 2015. Ross is also a member of the FSWA.

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