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2021 Fantasy Football Week 6 IDP Waiver Wire

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Welcome back for a look at my 2021 Fantasy Football Week 6 IDP Waiver Wire! We’re rolling into the stretch of the season where bye weeks and injuries will truly start to impact your teams!

This is why you need to know who to target and who to get on your roster before it’s too late!

We’ve hit on quite a few studs so far in this column this season, so be sure to go back and take a look at players who may still be available in your leagues! Check out last week’s article here!

Without further ado let’s hop right to the 2021 Fantasy Football Week 6 IDP Waiver Wire!

2021 Fantasy Football Week 6 IDP Waiver Wire

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Must Add Players

Harold Landry, DL, Tennessee Titans

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Harold Landry has been off to a monstrous start this season and nobody is talking about it. Which is why he’s worth looking for on your waiver wire.

He’s almost matched his sack total of four from last season in just five weeks. All the while still maintaining his tackle production and help in the run game.

He’s a must-add and a player you can slot in to start straight away.

David Long, LB, Tennessee Titans

I don’t like to double-dip teams but here we are. With Jayon Brown being unable to play he was shifted to IR which left Long an unimpeded path to a full-time role.

Long has been seeing significant reps all season and he’s done pretty well with them.

He’s especially a worthwhile grab in dynasty formats because Jayon Brown is set to be a free agent this year. And let’s be honest, this isn’t how massive contract years start that lead to big extensions.

Darrell Taylor, DL, Seattle Seahawks

Aside from a Week 2 dud, Darrell Taylor has recorded a sack in every game so far this season.

On top of this, he’s even managed to contribute to run defense, which is a big bonus for guys like this that you can just snag off the wire for cheap.

Smart Adds

Pete Werner, LB, New Orleans Saints

After being mentioned in last week’s article Pete Werner managed to rack up 13 tackles this week and seems to be carving out a significant role on this defense.

Which will likely lead to the detriment of Malcolm Jenkins and Demario Davis.

He’s on a bye week this week, but I imagine he’ll be a more integral piece once they return to play.

Quandre Diggs, DB, Seattle Seahawks

Probably not the Diggs you were expecting, but definitely look for Trevon Diggs in your leagues too!

But oddly enough this year it’s been Diggs and not Jamaal Adams that’s been the valuable IDP asset this season. Yet, I still see him widely unrostered in a lot of formats.

Until Adams turns it around, Diggs is a solid bet if you need a guy in your DB position.

A.J. Klein, LB, Buffalo Bills

Klein was one of my favorite players last year since he was an absolute stud when filling in for Matt Milano. To nobody’s surprise, he managed a respectable IDP outing in Matt Milano’s place this past weekend.

Should Milano miss additional time, Klein is a great addition in all formats.

Honorable Mentions From Previous Articles

That’s all for today, I hope y’all enjoyed it. See you tomorrow for my Week 6 IDP Rankings! In the meantime feel free to hit me up on Twitter @BobVan_IDP or check me out on YouTube! You can check out my offensive waiver wire video there if you so choose!

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I hope y’all have a great one!

About Bob Van Duser

Here to shed some light on the IDP side of Fantasy Football. With years of experience I intend to expand the horizons of players and show them how exciting IDP can be in their leagues, as well as providing a reputable source to those who play in IDP leagues already but may want to see a differing opinion or may be looking for further details and research

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