Kravitz's DON'T ADDS of the week in Fantasy Football

The draft is just phase 1, real fantasy champions dominate the waiver wire all season long, and navigating what is real and what isn't is no easy task. Fret not fantasy owners, that's what I'm here for! Now, every website on the internet that talks fantasy football has an ADD list, but I'm going to give you what you really need: A DON'T-ADD list. Plus, a buy-low and sell high candidate. Enjoy and keep on winning...


Will Dissly TE Seattle: I know, I know...Tight end is a rough position and you're probably hampered with an under-performing George Kittle or a non-performing OJ Howard. But, Will Dissly is not the answer. His stat line on Sunday was beautiful, catching all 5 of his targets for 50 yards and 2 TD's, but this is not who he is. In week one, against a weaker defense, Dissly only finished with one catch for 12 yards and no TD's. That is more of what he is, don't spend a high waiver priority adding a guy that's likely going to crawl back into his shell against the Saints this week. Last year, Dissly started the year HOT, with back to back double digit fantasy outings...he followed that up with back-to-back 1 point games.

Marquise Goodwin WR San Fran: This guy is explosive, fun to watch, and electric with the football...problem is, he is as boom or bust as you're going to find in the NFL these days. Goodwin was another guy who scored just one fantasy point in week one, and his 3 catch 77 yard performance was really the product of busted coverage for a 38 yard score. Deebo Samuel and George Kittle will likely be the only receiving options you can trust week to week in this improving offense.

Jordan Wilkins RB Indy: Wilkins didn’t even play a snap in Week 1, then had a team-leading 82 yards Sunday as the Colts won. But keep an eye on playing time. Wilkins had only five carries, while Marlon Mack had 20. Clearly this is Mack's backfield, the coaching staff was just looking for a spark off the bench, and they got exactly that. Bolstered by a 55 yard run, Wilkins stats are inflated for his usage in that Colts offense.

Buy-low: Mike Evans

Sell-high: Austin Ekeler

Obvious add candidate: Demarcus Robinson

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