MNF recap, Waiver Wire Adds and Empty the Bucket | Fantasy Focus Live!

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ESPN published this video item, entitled “MNF recap, Waiver Wire Adds and Empty the Bucket | Fantasy Focus Live!” – below is their description.

Matthew Berry, Field Yates and Stephania Bell recap a MNF matchup that saw the Washington Football Team hold on to beat the Seattle Seahawks. They’ll also provide injury updates and Waiver Wire adds, plus, Empty The Bucket for week 13!

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