2020 Fantasy Football Week 16 IDP Waiver Wire

by Bob Van Duser
2021 Fantasy Football IDP Breakouts

Welcome back for a look at my 2020 Fantasy Football Week 16 IDP Waiver Wire! Well, we made it! Championship Week is upon us, and hopefully, you're on your way to tackling a Championship Trophy!

I'm here to help you over the hump and offer some additions that could add some pop to your roster. We've made it this far, there's no room for saying, "I've done enough" yet. Not until the final score is in, and the confetti is raining down. Please make sure you check out the rest of FantasySixPack's excellent resources!

If you're not still in the hunt, don't worry there will be valuable information for you as well! I'll be dropping some of my favorite IDP Dynasty Stashes after the Waiver Wire portion.

Before I dive in, I want to humbly thank you for joining me this season. I hope to have been a help, and someone who's been able to add to an enjoyable season. This has been an incredible experience for me, and I strive every day to return that favor.

2020 Fantasy Football Week 16 IDP Waiver Wire

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Waiver Wire DLs

Robert Quinn,  Chicago Bears

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Robert Quinn has been somewhat of a disappointment this season. After signing a fairly expensive contract in the off-season, many thought he would thrive on the other side of Khalil Mack.

However, he hasn't quite looked like the player we saw last year, until quite recently. This week he receives a great matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars, who gave up six sacks in Week 15.

Leonard Floyd, Los Angeles Rams

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Here I am again, pounding the drum for Leonard Floyd. Why? I don't know.

He squares up against Seattle this week. Who, on paper, sets up as a great matchup against the DL. However, last week the Seahawks held Chase Young, Montez Sweat, and the entire Washington front to zero sacks. There's no way that holds up in a divisional matchup with playoff implications.

Waiver Wire DBs

Josh Jones, Jacksonville Jaguars

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If he can stay healthy Josh Jones is a stud at the DB position. Granted that's been the biggest problem for him this season.

Last week he was eased back into action while playing less than half the snaps, but he should be back up to full speed this coming week.

He draws a matchup against the Bears, which is normally a tough matchup for the DB. But in this new Mitch Trubisky offense that is more productive and actually runs the ball well, it actually has favored the position the last couple of weeks.

Kareem Jackson, Denver Broncos

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Kareem Jackson was a Stream Team candidate last week until I took him out of the lineup. Which you'll just have to take my word for.

Last week he had a great matchup against the Bills, and this week he draws a great matchup against the Chargers. Fire him up.

Waiver Wire LBs

Neville Hewitt, New York Jets

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How is this guy still available on waivers? I couldn't tell you. He was a great start this past week and looks to be another great start in Week 16 against the Cleveland Browns.

Sprinkle in the fact that his cohort Harvey Langi may miss this game, which would leave him with more work.

Elandon Roberts, Miami Dolphins

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Roberts has emerged to be the run-stopping force in Miami. After dealing with an injury he returned to action in terrific fashion this past weekend.

He draws a matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders with Marcus Mariota likely to start going forward. The Raiders tend to lean on the run and I imagine that will be the case unless the Dolphins jump out to an early lead.

Dynasty Stashes

Zach Allen, DL, Arizona Cardinals

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Zach Allen was a very under the radar draft pick in 2019 out of Boston College. He had solid production in college, but being from a smaller school it was expected he'd need some time to develop.

Fast forward almost two seasons later and it seems he's getting his shot. Seeing almost all the team's snaps in the last two games and seeing 74 this past weekend. His time might be now. Swoop in while everyone else is checked out for the season.

Jordan Fuller, DB, Los Angeles Rams

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Fuller came on early in the season in relief of Taylor Rapp. Thus began the injury carousel. Rapp gets injured. Fuller starts. Fuller gets injured. Rapp starts. Rapp gets injured. Fuller starts. Rapp was placed on IR and is said to be done for the season now.

While Fuller hasn't lit up the stat sheet on a weekly basis, he's been in a timeshare of sorts at the position with John Johnson and Rapp when he's been healthy.

It's very likely John Johnson leaves in free agency, which would leave Fuller and Rapp to hold down the starting safety positions.

Bobby Okereke, LB, Indianapolis Colts

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This shouldn't be a surprise. I've been hard on the Okereke bandwagon all season. It's likely Anthony Walker leaves in free agency, which would leave Leonard and Okereke to be one of the most IDP friendly LB duos in Fantasy.

If he's still available, he's a MUST ADD!

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