Wired: Top NBA Pickups Week 6

Wired: Top NBA Pickups Week 6
Spencer Dinwiddie, Mario Chalmers and Kris Dunn are all hot point guards right now. Waiver Wired breaks down the top NBA pickups.
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Cowboys MLB Anthony Hitchens suffered a groin injury in Week 11 against the Eagles.

He's likely done for the night. It's another linebacker injury for Dallas with Sean Lee already sidelined. Jaylon Smith and Justin Durant will pick up more snaps.
Nov 19 - 11:04 PM

Brock Osweiler completed 23-of-54 passes for 254 yards with one touchdown and one interception while adding 24 yards on four carries Sunday in the Broncos’ Week 11 loss to the Bengals.

Osweiler was sacked three times for a loss of 25 yards. He was abysmal in the first half, completing just nine-of-19 passes for 97 yards and an interception. That interception nearly went for a pick-six but Dre Kirkpatrick ended up fumbling at the one-yard line following a 100-yard return. Osweiler seemed to be favoring his shoulder late in the first half but looked more comfortable as the game went along and even led a fourth-quarter comeback, though the bid would ultimately fall short. His lone touchdown came on a 17-yard strike to Demaryius Thomas with just over five minutes remaining in the game. It was another discouraging effort for the Broncos, who are now 0-3 with Osweiler as their starter. Denver will take a six-game losing streak into next week’s game at Oakland.
Nov 19 - 9:33 PM

Emmanuel Sanders contributed just two catches for 15 yards on eight targets Sunday in the Broncos’ Week 11 loss to the Bengals.

Coming off his best game of the season, Sanders was completely ineffective in Sunday’s defeat. He had an especially difficult time in the second half, failing to catch any of his five targets after halftime. Sanders gets a good matchup against Oakland next week, but it’s tough to endorse him as anything more than a WR2/3 given the anemic state of Denver’s offense.
Nov 19 - 9:31 PM

Demaryius Thomas corralled five-of-nine targets for 64 yards and a touchdown Sunday in the Broncos’ Week 11 loss to the Bengals.

Thomas was held without a catch in the first half. He made a terrific catch over Dre Kirkpatrick for a 17-yard touchdown while cutting the Bengals’ lead to three with just over five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. That touchdown was the 55th of his career, tying him with Shannon Sharpe for the second-most receiving touchdowns in team history. Thomas has followed up a 13-game touchdown drought by scoring in three straight games. He’ll look to make it four in a row next week against the Raiders.
Nov 19 - 9:30 PM

Virgil Green secured two-of-four targets for 13 yards Sunday in the Broncos’ Week 11 loss to the Bengals.

Playing in place of AJ Derby (who was waived/injured on Saturday) and Jeff Heuerman (knee), Green offered nothing as a pass-catcher, though he did open up lanes for C.J. Anderson and Devontate Booker in the running game. He was actually out-snapped by Austin Traylor, who was promoted off the practice squad earlier in the week. Green won’t be a streaming option against the Raiders in Week 12.
Nov 19 - 9:29 PM

C.J. Anderson managed 37 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries while catching two-of-three targets for 19 yards Sunday in the Broncos’ Week 11 loss to the Bengals.

Anderson got off to a hot start for Denver, converting a fourth-and-two opportunity in the first quarter and scoring a goal-line touchdown later on the same drive. The touchdown was his first since Week 2. Aside from that drive, Anderson was mostly a non-factor, averaging just 2.8 yards per carry with a long run of seven yards. Anderson coughed up a fumble after taking a massive hit from Vontaze Burfict in the fourth quarter and was both out-touched and out-gained by second-year back Devontae Booker. Those two should see close to an even workload next week at Oakland.
Nov 19 - 9:25 PM

Jamaal Charles totaled seven yards on three carries Sunday in the Broncos’ Week 11 loss to the Bengals.

Charles was in on just four-of-82 offensive snaps. It was easily his lightest workload of the year as Denver's backfield duties were mostly split between C.J. Anderson and Devontae Booker. With Booker healthy, Charles seems to be getting phased out of the Broncos’ offense. He won’t be on the fantasy radar next week at Oakland.
Nov 19 - 9:24 PM

Devontae Booker rushed for 44 yards on 14 carries while adding five grabs for 54 yards on six targets Sunday in the Broncos’ Week 11 loss to the Bengals.

The 19 touches were his most since Week 13 of last year while his 98 yards from scrimmage also represented a new season-high. Four of Booker’s five catches came in the second half with Denver in catch-up mode. He was on the field for 18 more snaps than C.J. Anderson and out-touched him 19-15. It looks like Denver’s backfield, which was once dominated by Anderson, has devolved into a two-man timeshare. Both players will be in the RB3 mix next week at Oakland.
Nov 19 - 9:23 PM
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