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Were within striking distance of the fantasy football playoffs -- Week 14 is the default start of the fantasy postseason here on ESPN.com -- and owners are readying to punch their tickets in the near future. But before we get there, we have to leap over one more hurdle that can make setting your lineup a challenge: a week with six teams on bye. It happens twice this season, as Week 8 also saw six teams have an open Sunday. That can make the waiver wire even more important than usual, so below is our Week 9 waiver-wire adds of note.As always, players on the list must be owned in less than 50 percent of leagues on ESPN.com.Week 9 byes: Arizona, Chicago, Cincinnati, Houston, New England, WashingtonCharcandrick West, RB, Kansas City Chiefs (7.3 percent). West was solid in fill-in duties for Jamaal Charles last year, but he has mostly been the sidekick to Spencer Ware this season. With Ware now dealing with a concussion and Charles headed to see Dr. James Andrews for an examination of his knee, West could be the workhorse for Kansas City in Week 9. Hes a must-add in all leagues and a top-20 play if Ware is out.Tim Hightower, RB, New Orleans Saints (1.9 percent). I dont think the Saints decision to bench Mark Ingram following an early Week 8 fumble is going to carry over into this Sunday. So Ill have Ingram ranked as if he is going to lead the team in running back touches, but Hightower is a must-own for any Ingram owner and a stash add for anyone in need of some running back depth. I wouldnt be surprised if he has a role this Sunday.J.J. Nelson, WR, Arizona Cardinals (1.2 percent). Nelson has beyond exceptional speed and is a big play waiting to happen. And despite being one of four Cardinals wide receivers that can see work in a given day, Nelson racked up eight catches and two touchdowns in Week 8. Arizona heads into its bye in Week 9, but Nelson is an intriguing add in leagues of any size. Head coach Bruce Arians classified Nelson as a starting wide receiver for his team on Monday. I would not be surprised to see Nelson make a huge leap during the second half of the Cardinals season.Derrick Henry, RB, Tennessee Titans (44.1 percent). When it comes to handcuff running backs, Henry is arguably as valuable as there is. Hes an outstanding talent that found the end zone in Week 8 and plays in a run-heavy system. Plus, Titans current starter DeMarco Murray?is now a bit banged up with a foot issue. Henry is a must-add in all-size leagues.Antone Smith, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0.1 percent). Jacquizz Rodgers left Tampa Bays game late with a foot injury, adding yet another injury to the Bucs backfield. Doug Martins return date remains to be determined, and we dont expect Rodgers to play this Thursday vs. Atlanta. Smith is the presumptive starter in Tampa Bay and a usable running back in deeper leagues this week.Mohamed Sanu, WR, Atlanta Falcons (47.1 percent). The Falcons pried Sanu away from the Bengals in free agency this offseason to serve as the No. 2 receiver opposite of Julio Jones. He had his best game of the season on Sunday, grabbing nine passes for 84 yards and a game-winning score. The more immediate value for Sanu could be tied to Julio Jones ankle, which looked to be hampering him just a bit on Sunday. With a game Thursday, the Falcons play on a short week. Sanu is an add in 12-team-or-larger leagues.Corey Coleman, WR, Cleveland Browns (31.5 percent). I was surprised to see that Colemans ownership had dipped this low, but a hand injury has held him out since Week 2, which is the root of the sinking percentage. However, hes nearing a return and is a really exciting talent who is worth adding and stashing for anyone looking for upside.James Starks, RB, Green Bay Packers (12.8 percent). With the Packers decision to release Knile Davis on Monday, one has to wonder if James Starks is nearing a return. The team has had to patch things together in the backfield of late, but if Starks can return in Week 9, he would seem to be a reasonable candidate for starting duties. He should be owned in all leagues, 12 teams or larger.Jamison Crowder, WR, Washington (44.5 percent). Sometimes its easy to focus on the limiting factors to Crowders value: He plays a ton from the slot (which, often, is not as conducive to touchdown scoring opportunities in the red zone), and he plays in a crowded receiving bunch (especially with Jordan Reed back on the field). But this much should not be overlooked: Hes a really good player (perhaps Washingtons best wide receiver). He should be owned in all leagues of 12 teams or larger, especially PPR.Dontrelle Inman, WR, San Diego Chargers (4.3 percent). Inman continues to play the most snaps amongst all Chargers wide receivers and Travis Benjamin is currently battling a knee injury. If Benjamin sits, Inman becomes very intriguing in a Week 9 matchup against the Titans. Hes a big-bodied target who has a 7-catch, 120-yard, 1-TD effort on his resume earlier this season.Kapri Bibbs, RB, Denver Broncos (8.0 percent). Devontae Booker left Sundays game with a shoulder injury early but returned and dominated the touches among Broncos backs. But Bibbs is a must-add for any Booker owners, as the latter continues to deal with the shoulder issue early on this week. If Booker sits in Week 9, Bibbs value would skyrocket during a week when six teams are on bye.Nick Foles, QB, Kansas City Chiefs (zero percent). If Alex Smith is unable to play in Week 9 after leaving Sundays game due to injury, Foles would take over as the fill-in starter and has value as a Week 9 streaming option. Quarterbacks on a bye this week include Tom Brady, Kirk Cousins and Andy Dalton, while Ben Roethlisberger remains uncertain for the Steelers. The Chiefs host the lowly Jaguars this week.Peyton Barber, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4.2 percent). Should Rodgers miss out on Thursdays game, my best guess is that Smith leads the Bucs in backfield touches. However its not a sure thing. Barber carved up the abysmal San Francisco run defense with 12 carries for 84 yards and a touchdown in Week 8, but he got just one carry in Week 9. I dont have a ton of confidence in starting him yet, but hes worth an add in deeper leagues if we get indications between now and Thursday that hell be the starter.Bilal Powell, RB, New York Jets (48 percent). Really, any running back that is clearly the No. 2 option on his team has fantasy value, as hes one injury away from becoming the starter. But Powell isnt valuable simply because hes just behind Matt Forte on the depth chart, hes also a talented dude. He rushed for 76 yards and a score in Week 8 and does very good work in the receiving game. A 12-team or larger add in PPR scoring.C.J. Prosise, RB, Seattle Seahawks (8 percent). The Seahawks recently cut C.J. Spiller, which only further cemented their confidence in Prosise, the third-round pick out of Notre Dame. He had a matching number of carries and catches in Week 8: four of each. If you play in a deeper PPR league, Prosise should certainly be on your radar.Robert Kelley, RB, Washington (21.9 percent). Washington heads into its bye in Week 9, and a return from Matt Jones in Week 10 would mean Kelley would not be startable, but fantasy football players know the value of planning ahead. Kelley picked up 87 yards on 21 carries and a touchdown in Washingtons tie in Week 8 and would carry top-25 running back value in Week 10 if Jones sits. Thats good enough to make Kelley a must-own for Jones owners and anyone in need of a running back.C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Houston Texans (13 percent). The tight end position isnt particularly deep in fantasy football, but Fiedorowicz is climbing up the ladder. Here is a look at his last five games: 24 catches on 35 targets for 272 yards and three touchdowns. He ranks fourth among tight ends in fantasy points per game during that stretch. He heads into a bye in Week 9, but he has borderline top-10 tight end fantasy value the rest of the way.Kendall Wright, WR, Tennessee Titans (3.7 percent). The former first-round pick has found the end zone twice in the past three weeks, but his workload needs to be noted: Hes not an every-down wide receiver. He played less than 40 percent of the snaps in Week 8. For now, hes a deep-league PPR add that comes with risk given that he has played more than 50 percent of the snaps only once in his past three games.Stash playersDion Lewis, RB, New England Patriots (28.3 percent). The Patriots head into a bye this week, and Lewis return date remains unclear (the team must make a decision on whether to activate him to the 53-man roster by November 17), but he played too well last year before his injury to ignore him. James White has been awesome for New England this season, but Lewis is a deep-league add and stash.Ladarius Green, TE, Pittsburgh Steelers (4.5 percent). There is so little depth at the tight end position and -- like Lewis -- its unclear when Green will take the field this season. But Pittsburgh signed him for a reason this offseason, as hes a very good athlete who should be a notable target in the red zone. 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The Gold Coast beckons for two of Tony McEvoys two-year-olds after a one-two finish in the main juvenile race at Ballarat.Despatch and Nistaan provided the quinella for McEvoy in the Magic Millions 2YO Clockwise Classic on Saturday.The pair should now have earned enough prizemoney to tackle $3 million Magic Millions 2YO Classic at the Gold Coast in January.Ridden by Luke Nolen, Despatch ($9) held off stablemate Nistaan ($10) by a short head, with the $2.70 favourite, American Genius, two lengths away in third.Despatch and Nistaan were part of a group of six horses McEvoy trialled at Ballarat in the clockwise direction over three seperate sessions.McEvoys Melbourne foreman Michael Shepherdson said Despatch and Nistaan had trialled well and the stable believed they were the best placed to handle the Ballarat Cup meeting.Despatch jumped cleaner in his trial aand we thought he would put himself up there while the other guy, when he gets to a bigger track and has the chance to wind up, that will suit him, Shepherdson said.dddddddddddd.The idea in coming here and trialling was to give them as much experience as we can and to get some prizemoney to make it worthwhile to go to the Gold Coast.Having that prizemoney in the bank they can go up there now and youre nearly guaranteed a start.Despatchs victory was the fourth individual win from 14 two-year-old starters this season for McEvoy, who went on a spending spree at the yearling sales earlier in 2016.The McEvoy stable brought up a race-to-race double when Dollar For Dollar took out the Suez McKellar Mile at his first start since April. 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