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NFL: Waiver Wire Pickups

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Jackie Battle, Chiefs (29 percent): Battle ran for just 37 yards on 10 carries but did score a touchdown in the Chiefs' upset of the Packers. Under the Chiefs new regime, Thomas Jones received the majority of the carries (15) but ran for just 48 yards. Even if Jones gets more carries again next week, Battle will likely outperform him again (and is in line for goal-line carries). The Raiders allow the fifth-most fantasy points to opposing running backs.

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