Fantasy Football Waiver Week 1: Streamers, Dion Jackson, Marvin Mims and more

We’re back, baby! The 2023 fantasy football season has arrived and so have the Week 1 waivers. You probably know the drill, but if you’re new — there’s a little you should know before you dive into the Week 1 fantasy football waiver wire picks — be sure to read the “Wake Up” section and all of the explanations to get the most useful and effective information. The funniest weekly waiver wire piece you can find!

And another fun note – this season we’re debuting a column dedicated solely to drops, written by Gary Davenport. Every Tuesday will come alongside this column to help you make the best decisions on both ends.

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Players must be less than 60% on Yahoo’s roster.

Listed by preference – I often prioritize potential upside over immediate average production.

No FAB Suggestions: It varies greatly depending on the league’s tendencies and is always relative (ie: if you lose your RB1 to injury and there is an obvious backup, you will be more aggressive).

Streaming QB and TE are grouped together – Weekly standings can change once projections/rankings are up and running – Daylight saving time can change a bit as well.

Concern report

Anxiety scale of 5

The duck (tales) = 1 and the egg = 1/2

Kenneth Walker, Seaside 🦆🥚 — Missed a large portion of the preseason, and adding to last year’s shortcomings, Zach Charbonnet could force a 50/50 stake or become the standout if he outpaces Walker in a few games.

Breece Hall, NYJ 🦆🦆🦆🦆 – This is just for the first few weeks.

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