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Should these players be kept or dropped? A debate.

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You’re waking up on Tuesday reading all that you can about the players that you should be picking up off the waiver wire as you prepare for Week 15 of fantasy football in 2023. But it’s likely there aren’t as many things written about who you should be dropping to grab those players. That’s what this weekly column — keep ’em or dump ’em! — will hopefully answer for you: Some help in the debate over who you should keep or drop in order to improve your team. The playoffs are here for some leagues, which means waivers are doubly vital, so let’s dive in to help you with who to keep or drop.

1 RB Zach Charbonnet, Seattle Seahawks (AP Photo/Lindsey Wasson) Ken Walker is back, and when he’s been out, Charbonnet has been … just OK. I’d still hang on to him in case Walker misses games again. VERDICT: Keep him

2 RB Samaje Perine, Denver Broncos Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Javonte Williams is RB1. Jaleel McLaughin continues to get work, and Perine is involved in the passing game. I’d say he’s safe to drop. VERDICT: Drop him

3 RB Khalil Herbert, Chicago Bears Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports It seems like D’Onta Foreman is RB1 in Chicago, soooo … VERDICT: Drop him

4 RB Gus Edwards, Baltimore Ravens Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports Six carries for 15 yards won’t cut it in your playoffs … but he’s been consistent for most of the season, especially in the end zone. You have to keep him, but you don’t have to start him. VERDICT: Keep him

5 QB Josh Dobbs, Minnesota Vikings Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports You can’t trust him in the postseason. Period. VERDICT: Drop him

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