Welcome to Row12.com!

Row12.com is an interactive sports community of writers and fans!

We try to cover every sports topic you are interested in. Major teams, all the way down to your local high school teams and all the players along the way.

This is an abitious goal, but we are up to the task. We need your help though!

If you're a fan, find the team/player pages that interest you the most, enjoy and share through your social networks! Join our community to comment on articles, post questions and be a part of something fun!

If you're a writer, join our community and start writing about topics that interest you! We love our content creators and will split the revenue 50/50 with you! That's right, you can write about anything you'd like and get paid for it. Create, categorize, share and get paid!

Registering is a breeze if you are on Facebook, just click the button below

If you are one of the 3 or 4 people out there who aren't on Facebook, we've made registering easy for you too, just register here.


Row12.com - A Community of Sports Writers and Fans!                                               ***Attention Writers***
Waiver Wired: Episode 3
By Clayton Bailey

Kirk Cousins


Kirk Cousins | REDSKINS

Is it possible the Redskins are better off with Kirk Cousins? You wouldn't be the only one to think so.

Filling in relief for an injured Robert Griffin III, Cousins produced the highest Total QBR in the NFL on Sunday by completing 22 of 33 for 250 yards and two touchdowns.

While RG3 didn't look terrible in his brief showing against the Jaguars, his inability to remain healthy will always bode in Cousin's favor.

Full disclosure: Cousin's will be a hot commodity off this week's waiver wire. Pick him up and stash for your QB bye-week replacement - you may even be able to pull off a trade with an RG3 or Romo owner.

I'd take him over: Josh McCown, Alex Smith, Geno Smith, Ryan Tannehill, EJ Manuel, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Brad Hoyer

Knile Davis

Running Back

Knile Davis | CHIEFS

In relief for injured Jamaal Charles, Davis racked up 79 rush yards for two touchdowns and added six catches for 26 receiving yards. It goes without question that if Charles misses time with the ankle that Davis will step in as the primary rusher for the Chiefs. 

Andy Reid reportedly said after the game that Charles has a sprained ankle, leaving Davis the front-runner to start Week 3. Expect him to be the hottest name off waivers this coming week. 


Full disclosure: Consider him a must-add in all leagues considering Charles' injury track record.

I'd take him over: Jonathan Dwyer, Donald Brown, Isaiah Crowell, Benny Cunningham, Khiry Robinson


Wide Receiver

James Jones | RAIDERS

Jones lost a fumble but still enjoyed a productive performance with a late touchdown Week 2 at home against the Texans.

Averaging 12.4 yards per grab, he was targeted a game-high 14 times and finished with nine catches for 112 yards and a touchdown. Through two games, he has 12 catches for 146 yards and two touchdowns.

As Jones and rookie quarterback Derek Carr continue to build solid chemistry through two games, Jones is an ideal WR4 stash with legitimate breakout potential.

Full disclosure: Consider Jones in the WR3 conversation this week, in what could be a shootout against the Colts.

I'd take him over: Brian Hartline, Eddie Royal, Nate Washington, Miles Austin, Doug Baldwin


Tight End

Niles Paul | REDSKINS

Following his 86-yard showing in Week 1, Paul took advantage of the absence of Jordan Reed for a breakout performance over the Jaguars in Week 2. Hauling in a team leading eight catches on 11 targets for 99 yards, Paul added to his huge day with a 2-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Emerging as one of the top passing options through two games, he will be given the opportunity to keep it going as Reed continues to sit.


Full disclosure: Besides Travis Kelce, Paul will be one of the first tight end's off the waiver-wire heading into Week 3. Reed owners may need to seek other options pending their waiver claim, as Paul could be off the board by the second or third priority.

I'd take him over: Larry Donnell, Heath Miller, Mychal Rivera, Anthony Fason, Any Rams or Lions tight ends



Dan Carpenter | BILLS

If we're evaluating kickers here, Carpenter has booted a total of 28 fantasy points for owners through two games. 

That's 21 more points than Jamaal Charles. Yep!

Despite missing one of his six attempts on Sunday against the Dolphins, Carpenter's opportunities seem like they could steadily expand as the Bills red-zone woes continue


Full disclosure: At home against San Diego, Carpenter will be in my Top 12 kicker ranks heading into Week 3.

I'd take him over: Greg Zuerlein, Chandler Catanzaro, Kai Forbath



Dallas Cowboys | at STL

Notables: Patriots D/ST vs. OAK, Colts D/ST at JAX

Like this page? Share it ---->  Mouse into this area to activate share buttons

Be the first to leave a comment!

Please sign in to add a comment

  • Mouse into this area to activate Facebook like box