Coming in for an injured Joe Mixon, Cincinnati Bengals running back Samaje Perine accounted for three touchdowns against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Joe Burrow and co won 37-30.
Opoyi’s week 12 waiver wire list is influenced by several injuries and standout performances. We’re providing the priority order in which to target players as well as suggestions for how much of your Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB) to use.
Greg Dortch (Recommended FAAB: 7% of overall budget)
The Arizona Cardinals wide receiver caught nine of his 10 targets in his side’s loss against the San Francisco 49ers on Monday. He had 103 yards against his name.
Also read: NFL 2022: Top quarterbacks from Week 11
Treylon Burks (Recommended FAAB: 7% of overall budget)
The Tennessee Titans wide receiver caught seven of eight targets for 111 yards in the team’s win over the Green Bay Packers. It was his career high as he broke the century mark for the first time.
Darius Slayton (Recommended FAAB: 7% of overall budget)
The New York Giants wide receiver caught five of his 10 targets for 86 yards in his team’s loss to the Detroit Lions. This is Slayton’s second straight game with at least 85 yards.
Donovan Peoples Jones (Recommended FAAB: 5% of overall budget)
The Cleveland Browns wide receiver held on to five of six targets for 61 yards in his side’s loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. He was second in receptions and receiving yards for the Browns.
James Cook (Recommended FAAB: 5% of overall budget)
The Buffalo Bills running back rushed five times for 22 yards in his team’s loss vs Minnesota Vikings in Week 10. On Sunday, against the Cleveland Browns, he rushed 11 times for 86 yards and also received two targets.
Randall Cobb (Recommended FAAB: 5% of overall budget)
The Green Bay Packers wide receiver came off IR to lead the team in receiving against the Tennessee Titans. He caught all six targets for 73 yards.
Samaje Perine (Recommended FAAB: 3% of overall budget)
The Cincinnati Bengals running back came in for an injured Joe Mixon. He caught four passes 52 yards and three touchdowns. He had 11 carries for 30 yards.
Juwan Johnson (Recommended FAAB: 3% of overall budget)
The New Orleans Saints tight end caught three of four targets for 47 yards and a touchdown against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. He has five TDs in as many games now.
Robert Woods (Recommended FAAB: 3% of overall budget)
The Tennessee Titans wide receiver caught six of seven targets for 69 yards in his team’s win against the Green Bay Packers. He caught multiple passes on third down and acted like quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s safety blanket.
Demarcus Robinson (Recommended FAAB: 2% of overall budget)
The Baltimore Ravens wide receiver caught all nine of his targets for 128 yards in the team’s win vs Carolina Panthers. Robinson got a decent bulk of passes despite the return of Mark Andrews from his one-game absence.
Also read: NFL 2022: Top Wide Receivers from Week 11
Robinson’s yardage total was his highest since Week 2 of the 2019 season when he played for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Jarvis Landry (Recommended FAAB: 2% of overall budget)
The New Orleans Saints wide receiver caught 3 of 4 targets for 33 yards against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. He scored his first touchdown with the Saints.
Logan Thomas (Recommended FAAB: 2% of overall budget)
The Washington Commanders tight end caught five of six targets for 65 yards against the Houston Texans on Sunday. He leaped, grabbed and the team’s all pass-catchers in the win.
Parris Campbell (Recommended FAAB: 1% of overall budget)
The Indianapolis Colts wide receiver caught five of six targets for 67 yards against the Philadelphia Eagles. He has taken at least five catches in consecutive games with Matt Ryan as quarterback.
Terrace Marshall (Recommended FAAB: 1% of overall budget)
The Carolina Panthers wide receiver caught three of six targets in his team’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens. He led the Panthers in targets and receiving yards.