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Every week, well mine the waiver wire for lesser-owned assets to help your squad, whether you favor dynasty or the re-draft format -- and well also toss in some tips for DFS players out there. Categorized by position, the players are ranked in descending order by ownership percentage in ESPN leagues.Well also include some former go-to fantasy assets who may be overvalued -- in the short or long term -- for one reason or another.ForwardsBryan Little, C, Winnipeg JetsOwnership percentage: 28.5Suffering a lower-body injury in the seasons opener, Little is eyeing his return to Winnipegs lineup, perhaps as early as Tuesday versus the Devils. When ready and able, the top-six centerman is pegged to split wingers Blake Wheeler and Drew Stafford on a potentially dangerous line for the Jets. A consistently productive (and underrated) presence for some time now, Little has averaged 0.74 points per game in his past four campaigns.Mikael Granlund, C/LW, Minnesota WildOwnership percentage: 21.1With a goal and four helpers in his past four games, Granlund is proving to be a valuable member of the Wilds top six and power play. ESPNs Sean Allen elaborates on why you should consider the 24-year-old for your own squad in Mondays rankings column:Granlund has seemingly earned more and more of new Wild coach Bruce Boudreaus trust as the season wears on. He started the season playing about 17 minutes per game, was up to 19 minutes on average by the end of October and has almost averaged 20 minutes per contest in November. The results are showing on the scoreboard, with Granlund set to double his point total from October with a point on Tuesday. Playing on the second line and second power-play unit with Mikko Koivu, Granlund deserves to be picked up in most fantasy formats.Travis Zajac, C, New Jersey DevilsOwnership percentage: 21.0While a red-hot Michael Cammalleri probably isnt available in your league, his underappreciated centerman might well be. Or, if power-play points are at a premium, look instead to Pavel Zacha (ownership percentage: 2.0), who centers the dynamic winger with the man advantage. Further, before he inevitably cools off (or gets hurt) again, consider also pairing Cammalleri with Zajac or Zacha in DFS play.Sam Reinhart, C/LW, Buffalo SabresOwnership percentage: 20.0Make no mistake, the return of a healthy Jack Eichel is huge for a young Sabres club struggling to score in the early stages of 2016-17. And while Eichel is likely already spoken for in your fantasy league, his projected linemate -- Reinhart, shifted to the right -- might be up for grabs. Along with Evander Kane on the opposite wing, that trio could do a lot of damage moving forward.Josh Bailey, LW/RW, New York IslandersOwnership percentage: 8.2By their own admission, the Islanders top line of Bailey, John Tavares, and rookie Anthony Beauvillier (ownership percentage: 1.0) is starting to click -- as supported further by Baileys beauty no-look assist on the captains first-period goal in Mondays 2-1 overtime win over the Calgary Flames. The clubs top power play -- including Tavares and Bailey -- also looks to be heating up after a dismal launch to the campaign. Owners is deeper leagues may want to jump on the 27-year-old winger before the option fades. Additional note: Ryan Strome has sat as a healthy scratch for two straight contests. Bench until further notice.Marian Gaborik, RW, Los Angeles KingsOwnership percentage: 7.5A broken foot suffered at this falls World Cup, and its like weve entirely forgotten about the veteran winger who scored 30-plus goals seven times in his NHL career (27 goals in 69 games only two seasons ago). While more prosperous days are in the past for the 34-year-old, hes hardly worth the fantasy brush-off altogether. A top-six role with the Kings awaits Gaborik, following another game or two of warm-up.Brayden Point, C/LW, Tampa Bay LightningOwnership percentage: 1.6Disclosure: Our heightened interest in Point is founded on all of one period of play between the Lightning and Bruins this past Sunday, as coach Jon Cooper noted, via the Tampa Bay Times:After playing most of this season at the wing, rookie Brayden Point got to play his natural center position in the third period, and he looked good with [Jonathan] Drouin. Right now youre looking to see what different guys can do in situations, Cooper said. What we were doing wasnt working. Point is a natural center. We put him in there, and once again, he didnt disappoint.So this could amount to the start of gorgeous scoring chemistry between two talented forwards in their early 20s ... or nothing at all. Hes worth a speculative add in order to find out.Nick Cousins, C, Philadelphia FlyersOwnership percentage: 0.4A knee injury suffered by Sean Couturier sees Cousins take over the centermans spot on a line with Travis Konecny and Wayne Simmonds. With Couturier out four to six weeks, the 23-year-old should get an extended look in that plum role.DefensemenJonas Brodin, Minnesota WildOwnership percentage: 10.5Five assists and one goal in a half dozen games have us, once again, paying closer attention to Brodin. Especially since three of his most recent four points counted with the man advantage. As a bonus for some of you out there, the 24-year-old also has 10 blocked shots in his past quartet of contests.Troy Stecher, Vancouver CanucksOwnership percentage: 0.7Game by game, Stecher appears to be getting more comfortable in his Vancouver digs. Now with Alexander Edler (fractured finger) out four to six weeks, the Canucks will need more from their 22-year-old rookie defenseman. This kid isnt scared to shoot the puck (41 shots in just 13 games), block a shot or throw a hit. And he skated a season-high 24:30 -- including a defense-leading 2:24 with the extra skater -- in Saturdays wild affair with over the Colorado Avalanche. While were still discussing pure potential over any real scoring statistics, Stecher nevertheless might be worth a flier in deeper leagues.GoaltendersMike Smith, Arizona CoyotesOwnership percentage: 20.1While were indeed wary of championing a fantasy goalie for one of the most porous teams in the league -- their 3.15 goals against per game is the fourth most in the NHL this season -- Smith has been flat-out awesome in three of his past four consecutive starts, allowing five total goals on 121 shots in wins over the Sharks and Oilers (twice). Plus, theres the obvious upside to enlisting a netminder who faces more shots, on average, than anyone else: the potential for a lovely save percentage if he manages to stop nearly all of them.Jonathan Bernier, Anaheim DucksOwnership percentage: 7.5A quarter of the way through 2016-17, and theres no arguing Bernier has been better (2.02 goals-against average, .933 save percentage) than the Ducks top banana John Gibson. That prompts Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register to suggest the club may want to run with their understudy for the time being:Bernier continues to give the Ducks some effective goaltending in what is still a backup role. Perhaps some thought may need to be given toward letting Bernier have the net for a bit of time. It isnt that John Gibson has been bad or even pedestrian in his starts but this is a team that needs to start getting a run together and right now, it is responding to Bernier. Hes now won four of his last five starts, with the only loss coming in a 14-round shootout. Theyll need Gibson and this way he doesnt get overworked in the early part of the schedule.Yeah, youll want shares of Bernier in the event he does start seeing more action.Lowered expectationsJames Neal, LW/RW, Nashville PredatorsOwnership percentage: 92.5Placed on IR with an upper-body injury, Neal is out for the remainder of this week at minimum. Following his call-up from AHL Milwaukee, Kevin Fiala skated on a line with Mike Ribeiro and Craig Smith on Sunday. The 20-year-old prospect has eight points in seven games with the Admirals this season.Jimmy Vesey, LW, New York RangersOwnership percentage: 52.1After making much noise with six goals in his first 10 NHL games, Vesey has since quieted. Tucked away on the Rangers fourth line -- he played only 11 minutes against the Ottawa Senators on Sunday -- the Harvard product has only two assists in his past seven contests. A valuable asset in dynasty leagues, Vesey would best fit on your bench until his fortunes change. Cheap NFL Jerseys . -- Canadian Andrew Wiggins got the ball on the wing, made a nifty spin move and then let go with a soft floater from about 10 feet that swished through the net in Allen Fieldhouse. Wholesale NFL Jerseys . Goals from Jerome Boateng, Franck Ribery and Thomas Mueller extended Bayerns unbeaten run to a record 37 matches. 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Click the links after each team to view the full projection posts.Arizona Cardinals:?D.J. Humphries, a 2015 first-round pick who essentially redshirted last season, probably will be given his first shot at playing. Read more.Atlanta Falcons:?With the signings of center?Alex Mack and wide receiver Mohamed Sanu, the Falcons offense should be much improved in 2016. Read more.Baltimore Ravens:?Veteran running back?Justin Forsett needs to fight off Buck Allen, Kenneth Dixon, Terrance West and Lorenzo Taliaferro?to keep his starting job. Read more.Buffalo Bills:?Third-round pick?Adolphus Washington?could be an immediate starter at defensive end for the Bills. Read more.Carolina Panthers:?Wide receiver?Kelvin Benjamin returns as a playmaker for quarterback Cam Newton, but the Panthers have a major void to fill at cornerback. Read more.Chicago Bears:?Among the rookies expected to be in the Bears starting lineup in Week 1:?guard?Cody Whitehair and safety Deon Bush. Read more.Cincinnati Bengals:?Assuming the Bengals begin Week 1 in a three-receiver set, rookie?Tyler Boyd appears poised to form an explosive trio with A.J. Green and Brandon LaFell.?Read more.Cleveland Browns:?Former No. 2 overall pick?Robert Griffin?III, whom the Browns brought in this offseason, appears on track to start at quarterback. Read more.Dallas Cowboys:?The Cowboys have major questions at defensive end because of two suspensions. Will free-agent signing?Benson Mayowa?fill one spot? Read more.Denver Broncos:?The quarterback battle is the storyline to watch in training camp, but the experienced?Mark Sanchez?is the favorite for?the spot -- for now. Read more.Detroit Lions:?Second-round pick?AShawn Robinson will be in a tight battle with Tyrunn Walker and Caraun Reid?for the starting defensive tackle job. Read more.Green Bay Packers:?Expect first-round pick?Kenny Clark?to fill the void left by B.J. Rajis unexpected hiatus, but Clark has some catching up to do. Read more.Houston Texans:?The Texans will probably have five new starters on offense, including at quarterback, running back and wide receiver.?Read more.Indianapolis Colts:?After losing?Coby Fleener?to the Saints in free agency, the Colts could feature fewer two-tight-end sets this season. Read more.Jacksonville Jaguars:?Former No. 2 overall pick?Luke Joeckel, who has started 31 games at left tackle since being drafted in 2013, could move inside after losing his spot to a free-agent signing.?Read more.Kansas City Chiefs:?An offensive lineman taken in the fourth round?could be the oonly rookie to start for Kansas City in the season opener.dddddddddddd Read more.Los Angeles Rams:?The Rams will take their time in naming?Jared Goff the starting quarterback, but they didnt give up six premium picks to move up to No. 1 for Goff to watch Case Keenum?from the sideline. Read more.Miami Dolphins:?After letting?Lamar Miller walk in free agency, the Dolphins are showing confidence in second-year running back Jay Ajayi. Read more.Minnesota Vikings:?Ex-Bengal?Andre Smith and Phil Loadholt will battle for the right tackle spot, and new left guard Alex Boone?should solidify a former weak spot. Read more.New England Patriots:?Tom Bradys 14-season streak of starting the Patriots season opener will come to an end. Jimmy Garoppolo?is in line to start Week 1. Read more.New Orleans Saints:?Andrus Peat, a first-round pick last year, is expected to play right tackle long term, but the Saints want him in the starting lineup, and guard might be his best chance. Read more.New York Giants:?The Giants will have several new high-paid starters along the defensive line and in the secondary, but there are questions at linebacker. Read more.New York Jets:?The Jets projected starting quarterback isnt even on the roster right now, and the clock is ticking on a new deal with Ryan Fitzpatrick. Read more.Oakland Raiders:?After a few high-profile free-agent signings, the Raiders have few question marks entering training camp. Read more.Pittsburgh Steelers:?Second-round pick?Sean Davis?will have competition at safety, but Davis looks the part and plans to jump on this job early in camp. Read more.Philadelphia Eagles:?The Eagles drafted a quarterback No. 2 overall in April, but veteran signal-caller?Sam Bradford?is poised to lead the Eagles -- this season. Read more.San Diego Chargers:?First round-pick?Joey Bosa?will be counted on to start and make an impact, but he needs to get his deal done and report to camp on time. Read more.San Francisco 49ers:?Blaine Gabbert, who engineered two fourth-quarter comebacks in 2015, is projected to start ahead of Colin Kaepernick?at quarterback. Read more.Seattle Seahawks:?The Seahawks hope to get back running back?Thomas Rawls and tight end Jimmy Graham?after both suffered gruesome injuries last season. Read more.Tampa Bay Buccaneers:?The Bucs will have several new starters on defense, including cornerbacks?Brent Grimes and Vernon Hargreaves III and defensive end Robert Ayers. Read more.Tennessee Titans:?A rookie fifth-round pick appears on track to start?at wide receiver. The Titans?also have questions along the offensive line. Read more.Washington Redskins:?Pass-rusher?Junior Galette should be ready to finally make his Redskins debut, and DeAngelo Hall?will get more time to settle in at safety. Read more. 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