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The best Fantasy Week 14 exemption collections: Raheem Mostert, Derrius Guice continue outbreaks

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The end of season RB outbreaks continue to arrive. Surprisingly, Derrius Guice and Benny Snell Jr. they still belong to less than 50 percent of Yahoo's leagues, which means that not enough fantasy football owners took advantage of their predictably large days. Not surprisingly, wives Raheem Mostert and Patrick Laird They were owned by much less than 50 percent of Yahoo's leagues, so it was a surprise when they both had solid days. Either way, if there is one available in your league, you can expect it to be among the Week 14, fantasy exemptions and free agent additions add.

Our full list of free agents It presents more than just these RB breaks. With the fantasy playoffs underway in most leagues next week, streamers will be a priority, since you'll always want the best possible clashes. We list the players in each position, even if they are shots to be in fantasy lineups. Be it a QB, TE or a D / ST (which can be found at the bottom of the list), fantasy owners should pay close attention to the clashes and weigh all the options.

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We are at the point in the year when you should not withhold your exemption claims if there is someone you need. This week, it is difficult to have any of the RBs mentioned above to produce in the future (with the exception of Guice), but we cannot say with certainty that it will not Produces. You could also hide potentially key kids if you can, if it is not for another reason than keeping them off the lists of your opponents. There will be more injuries and outbreaks in the coming weeks, but that only matters if you win in week 14.

The best fantasy football waiver wire collections for week 14

Unless otherwise indicated, only players who own less than 50 percent of Yahoo leagues are considered.

Raheem Mostert, RB, 49ers. It was reported that Matt Breida (ankle) was returning for Week 13, but after being a surprise scratch on Sunday morning, he opened the door for Mostert to have some relevance again. Nobody expected All this relevance, however. Mostert ran 19 times for 146 yards and a score, dazzling Tevin Coleman in all categories (five carries, six yards). It was especially surprising since Mostert was mainly used in cleaning tasks last week. The situation of the RB 49ers has been difficult to predict throughout the season, so we cannot simply say that Mostert will be a starter in the future. Breida could return next week, and Coleman will always be present. Still, it is worth adding Mostert, even with a relatively difficult fantasy playoff calendar (Saints, Falcons, Rams).

Derrius Guice, RB, redskins. Guice should not be available in 51 percent of Yahoo leagues, but here we are, and here it is, still available in 51 percent of Yahoo leagues. He received three carries less than Adrian Peterson (13), but Guice still won 129 yards and scored twice in his 10 races in Week 13 against the Panthers. The confrontation clearly helped, but the skill and talent for the great game of Guice were in full display. It will have a week 14 (Packers) and a week 16 (Giants) favorable interspersed around an unfavorable week 15 (Eagles). Either way, it deserves a high priority exemption claim.

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Patrick Laird, RB, Dolphins. Laird led the Dolphins in carries after Kalen Ballage left early due to a leg injury. The rookie didn't do much on the ground (10 carries, four yards), but he threw himself in a touchdown and caught four of five goals for 47 yards (plus a two-point conversion). Known for his ability to receive at the university, Laird will really leave his mark on the PPR leagues. It is worth adding both in PPR and in standard leagues, while rookie fellow RB Myles Gaskin is also in play in standard leagues. The Dolphins have a very favorable fantasy playoff calendar (Jets, Giants, Bengals), so whoever is operating as a leader will have some value.

Benny Snell Jr., RB, Steelers. For some reason, Snell belongs to only 34 percent of Yahoo's leagues despite operating clearly as the Steelers lead last week. With James Conner's timeline unclear for a return of shoulder pain, Snell could continue leading the way in the Pittsburgh field, at least for another week. Once again he showed what he can do with the job, running 63 yards and a score in 16 carries against the Browns in Week 13. With a fairly favorable schedule the rest of the way (Cardinals, Bills, Jets), Snell will always have courage Conner is out, which makes him a valuable aggregate free agent, if not a low priority exemption claim.

James Washington, WR, Steelers. Washington continued its season-end increase in Week 13, catching its four goals for 113 yards and a score. The touchdown capture was a bit unstable, but it is clear that Washington is Pittsburgh's No. 1 catcher, while JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee) is out. What is unclear is when JuJu will return, so shoot Washington against the Cardinals next week and the Jets in Week 16, although it should be avoided in Week 15 against the Bills.

For more free exemption / agent suggestions, including a ton of QB, WR, TE and D / ST transmitters, see our Complete list of week 14.