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  • 12 June 2019
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    Patrice Bergeron and Daniel Paille scored 20 seconds apart a few minutes after
    Stamkos was taken off the ice on a stretcher with a broken right leg, and the
    Bruins beat the Lightning 3-0 on Monday afternoon. After several relatively
    quiet weeks, there was an explosion of injuries in Week 11, with several players
    saying goodbye for the rest of the season. As difficult as those injuries may be
    to overcome, they have also created some opportunities for fantasy owners to
    bolster their teams. Lets take a look at some of the better waiver wire
    selections as we head into Week 12.---CARSON WENTZ (QB, Eagles)The rookie has
    cooled off after a strong start and hes only exceeded 300 passing yards twice
    all season. However, the Eagles rushing attack is down to third-stringer Wendell
    Smallwood and they have a sweet matchup against the Packers Monday night. Green
    Bay has allowed 22 passing touchdowns and a league-high 8.6 yards per pass
    attempt.COLIN KAEPERNICK (QB, 49ers)Kaepernick is averaging 23.4 fantasy points
    per game, which puts him in the top 10 among quarterbacks. There is no reason to
    worry about starting him if you need to replace Andrew Luck (concussion) for
    Week 12 or stash him as insurance for the fantasy playoffs. His rushing ability
    almost guarantees a high floor every week.TIM HIGHTOWER (RB, Saints)Mark Ingram
    is in the concussion protocol but even if he can play Week 12, there is a very
    good chance Hightower will still receive a healthy number of touches. Hes
    averaging 4.2 yards per carry and hes been very productive in the passing game.
    At the very least, he should be owned in all deep leagues and by anyone relying
    on Ingram.WENDELL SMALLWOOD (RB, Eagles)Ryan Mathews (knee) is likely to miss
    Mondays game; he was spotted in a knee brace after injuring his MCL. Darren
    Sproles (rib) could play but may be limited. That leaves Smallwood as the next
    man up. He runs hard and could see plenty of action in the red zone. Hes also a
    capable receiver, which makes him worth adding in point-per-reception
    leagues.CHRIS IVORY (RB, Jaguars)The injury to T.J. Yeldon (ankle) could force
    him to miss Week 12 and possibly more. The Jaguars will lean on Ivory,
    especially in the passing game. Hes averaging 7.1 yards per reception and will
    produce if given a significant volume of touches. Ivory is a strong pickup in
    PPR formats.MIKE GILLISLEE (RB, Bills)It looks as though LeSean McCoy will play
    Sunday despite a dislocated thumbb but thats not
    guaranteed.ddddddddddddGillislee should be owned regardless because when called
    upon, he averages 5.7 yards per carry and hes a very reliable receiver. McCoy
    owners need to own Gillislee, a solid RB2 if McCoy is limited.ELI ROGERS (WR,
    Steelers)Sammie Coates is playing with broken fingers and has caught exactly one
    pass since Week 5. Meanwhile, Rogers has received at least five targets per game
    since Week 3, which makes him the WR2. The Colts are allowing a league-high 285
    passing yards per game with 19 touchdowns. Only six teams have allowed more
    passing TDs, which makes Rogers a solid play this week.MARQISE LEE (WR,
    Jaguars)Lee gets a steady stream of targets every week and has caught at least
    four passes in all but two games this season. Allen Hurns has all but
    disappeared, so Lee is clearly second fiddle to Allen Robinson. Lee is a solid
    WR3 in PPR formats.TYLER BOYD (WR, Bengals)After the injured A.J. Green
    (hamstring) left Sundays game, Boyd stepped in as Andy Daltons favorite target.
    He finished the day with six receptions for 54 yards and a touchdown. Green may
    return but it wont be this week, which leaves Boyd to feast on a Ravens team
    that has allowed 17 touchdowns and an average of 25.1 fantasy points to wide
    receivers.ZACH ERTZ (TE, Eagles)Ertz has received 26 targets over the last three
    games to become a safety blanket for Wentz. The Eagles schedule is peppered with
    favorable matchups for Ertz, making him a solid TE choice for the fantasy
    playoffs ahead. The Week 12 matchup with Green Bay is particularly good, as the
    Packers have allowed the second-most receiving yards to the TE position.C.J.
    FIEDOROWICZ (TE, Texans)The Texans TE has received at least seven targets in all
    but one of the last six games. Fiedorowicz is another TE with great matchups on
    the schedule ahead, as hell face the Packers, Colts and Bengals, whose defenses
    are among the most generous to the TE position. At worst, hes a terrific choice
    for playoff-bound teams looking for depth.---This column was provided to The
    Associated Press by the Fantasy Sports Network, ' ' '