Fantasy Football owners are faced with a number of decisions every single week. Those decisions can determine the potential success of a fantasy football owner. And one of those decisions is what players should be added from the waiver wire in any given week. But which players should be dropped when you submit a claim? These are the players who should no longer be owned in any leagues after week 9.

1. James White.

It's time to recognize that the fantasy value of Patriots running back James White is dwindling. Dion Lewis is a better version of White and he's going to be inserted into the Patriots starting lineup soon.

Add that to the fact that White did absolutely nothing against the Bills in a very high scoring game and you have an equation that doesn't look too favorable for fantasy owners. Drop him now and try to grab someone with higher potential.

2. Colin Kaepernick.

It's easy to look at Kaepernick's numbers against the Saints and get excited. He threw for almost 400 passing yards and managed to rack up 21 fantasy points in week 9. But his production was a mirage. The 49ers aren't going to play in another game with that much offense and they certainly aren't going to face a defense worse than the Saints again. Drop him and don't be fooled by the flashy numbers.

3. Willie Snead.

What happened? The Saints wide receiver was once a legitimate fantasy play but has since become nothing more than a waiver wire level player.

He scored 34 fantasy points in the first two weeks of the year but hasn't scored a double digit total since. He couldn't even score more than three fantasy points when the Saints scored 41 points! How could you possibly rely on someone who should clearly be dropped in all leagues right now.

4. Martellus Bennett.

The Patriots tight end is Rob Gronkowski. As a secondary option, Bennett simply doesn't get enough opportunities to be a decent fantasy tight end. And the proof is in the numbers. Bennett has scored just seven fantasy points in the last three weeks and has obviously taken a back seat in the Patriots offense.

Drop him now and look for better options on the waiver wire.

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