The New York Giants look great this week off waivers! Week 2 of the NFL season was a tough one for the fantasy owners of Danny Woodhead, Adrian Peterson, Doug Martin, Jonathan Stewart and the list just keeps going. Injuries can play a big part in helping you pick a defense for the week. Looking at the list of team who are owned in less than 50% of Yahoo leagues, there are quite a few hidden gems. If you would like more individual help with your waiver wire questions or any fantasy related question head over to our forums. All you need to do is sign up for a free account, and post your question! Our excellent team of fantasy experts will give you the help your looking for. How awesome is that?
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New York Giants(9%): The Washington Redskins are on the brink of falling apart…and it’s only week 2. There have been reports that Washington players are upset with Cousins’ play. If you didn’t see Pierre Garcon rip his helmet off and start screaming at Cousins after he threw a late game interception I recommend looking it up. Kirk Cousins has only thrown 1 touchdown through 2 games, and honestly if Cousins’ plays poorly in week 3 he could find himself on the bench. The New York Giants defense has only given up 32 points this season allowing only 308 yards per game which puts them at 8th best.
Miami Dolphins(7%): Miami faces a disappointing Cleveland Browns team in week 3. It’s hard not to feel bad for the Cleveland Browns. The city of Cleveland has been waiting for a real quarterback to appear and it hasn’t happened. RGIII is most likely going to miss the entire season, then backup Josh McCown slices the Baltimore defense only yo get injured and is now expected to miss some games. It looks like 3rd round rookie Cody Kessler is expected to start for the Browns.
Pittsburg Steelers(59%): Okay I cheated by 9 percent. The Steelers have an excellent week 3 matchup against Philadelphia. Pittsburgh’s defense has been playing great football, intercepting 3 passes in 2 games and letting up only 50 rushing yards per game. The Eagles are starting rookie quarterback Carson Wentz, which could result in a high number of passes due to Pittsburg’s stifling rush defense.