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There are only a few weeks left in the #Fantasy Football season, but that doesn't make the #Waiver Wire any less important. In week 12, there are several players [VIDEO] that can add value to fantasy teams. Let's take a look at a few of those players below:

1. Redskins RB Samaje Perine (28.4% Ownership)

The Washington running back got his shot as a starter with Rob Kelley out against the Saints. He took full advantage of it, rushing for more than 100 yards and scoring a touchdown. Moving forward, Perine becomes an intriguing fantasy option, as the Redskins [VIDEO] will likely turn to him even more after his successful starting debut.

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2. Eagles RB Corey Clement (5.3% Ownership)

Clement made an appearance on last week's list, and after another touchdown against Dallas, it's time to take Clement more seriously. The Eagles are clearly committed to getting this guy the ball in every game, and even with Ajayi stealing touches, Clement is talented enough to be worth the speculative add.

3. Bears TE Adam Sheehan (1% Ownership)

At a weak position, tight end Adam Sheehan has become a decent fantasy option with Mitchell Trubisky at quarterback. Rookie quarterbacks trust their tight ends, and without Zach Miller, Trubisky will look to Sheehan early and often. If you're weak at tight end, Sheehan is worth the add moving forward.

4. Browns WR Corey Coleman (20.4% Ownership)

Coleman entered a tough matchup against one of the league's best defenses in the Jacksonville Jaguars and came away with eight fantasy points.

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He is clearly the best wide receiver on the Browns and is an excellent fantasy option moving forward. If you're weak at wide receiver, #Corey Coleman should be on your list of players to add this week.

5. Broncos RB Devontae Booker (9.2% Ownership)

The young running back actually got more work than C.J. Anderson and Denver appears to be interested in seeing what they have on offense with their season effectively lost at this point. That translated to more touches for Booker in week 11, as he had 14 carries. This is a situation worth monitoring, as we wait to see if Booker takes over Anderson's starting job for the rest of the season.

6. Vikings QB Case Keenum (30% Ownership)

The Detroit Lions defense looked horrible against a Bears team that hasn't really been able to move the ball on offense at all with Mitch Trubisky at quarterback. The Vikings on are on a roll right now with Keenum, who has some serious weapons in Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs. I'm expecting a lot of points in this Thanksgiving game, and that should translate to points for the Minnesota quarterback.