Hopefully your Week 6 matchup didn't end up like this play.
More than 36 hours and a few odd explanations later, we still don't get how this ended up happening.
But nevertheless, the Colts tried to outsmart arguably the smartest team in football and it expectedly blew up in their face.
Here's our waiver wire pick ups for the week that will actually allow you to outsmart your opponents going forward:
He might be the receiver we all thought Charles Johnson was going to be. Diggs has posted back-to-back strong performances (6+ catches, 80+ yds). I'd love to see him reach the end zone but it's a great start for the rookie. He's looked better than Johnson and Mike Wallace, who has drawn an Antonio Brown comparison to him. It's no longer a question of what will happen to Diggs when Johnson is healthy. He's earned his spot in the starting lineup going forward and is an intriguing future FLEX play. (John "The Professor" Paschall)
The handcuff no one talked about finally broke through in Week 6, rushing for 112 yards and a score and adding another receiving score in the Packers' sixth straight victory. Mike McCarthy added after the game that Eddie Lacy is still banged up, and while a bye week will help that injury situation it's to consider Starks more than just an insurance policy for the bruising Lacy. Hell, McCarthy admitted they could have gone back to Lacy but wanted to keep the hot hand in there. As long as Starks produces when he's in, he's got value on just about every fantasy team. He's worth an add, regardless of Lacy's injury status. (Mark Strotman)
I'm not going to lie. I got really excited when the Cowboys traded for Michael just before the season started. He hasn't done anything (almost literally) this year but the whispers are getting louder than he's going to have a bigger role going forward. It's no secret Joseph Randle hasn't blown anyone away and neither has Darren McFadden. Expect Michael to get many more touches going forward. (Paschall)
I can't believe I'm writing this but that's the NFL for you. While it's not certain, it seems like the Steelers are going to start Jones this week with Michael Vick and Big Ben out. Jones actually looked pretty good during his time against the Cardinals, who have a solid defense. Luckily for Jones, things get much easier as the Steelers take on the Chiefs next. Jones has all the weapons he needs to succeed and the Chiefs defense has been putrid. He's a nice one-week emergency start if you need it. (Paschall)
More rookie wide receivers? You bet. He hasn't posted any huge numbers but his role in the Titans offense is starting to grow. He's arguably the most talented receiver they have (Kendall Wright up there too) but he has the size that every quarterback loves. He's going to be a red zone monster going forward and I wouldn't be surprised at all to see his game gradually pick up. (Paschall)
No, Devonta Freeman doesn't play on this side of the ball and can't help you. But consider that before they got run all over by Drew Brees and Co. on a weird Thursday night, the Falcons had compiled 34 fantasy points (and three touchdowns) against sub-par offenses in Houston and Washington. Now they square off against a Titans team ranked 32nd in offense that likely will be without Marcus Mariota? Um, yeah. Give me the Falcons defense all day. This could be the stream of the year.
Owned in just 62 percent of ESPN leagues, this is a simple reminder that if anyone dropped Cameron to go out and snag him if you can. Miami's offense looked entirely different under Dan Campbell, and remember that Campbell was previously the team's tight ends coach. That should mean bigger and better things from Cameron, who caught three passes (on eight targets) for 30 yards and a score last week. Things are only looking up for this Dolphins team, so owners of Ryan Tannehill, Lamar Miller, Jarvis Landry and now Jordan Cameron can feel better about those picks. I expect Cameron to be back at TE1 status by the end of the year, making him a nice pickup if he can be had.