For most of you, the playoffs are about to kick into gear and for others the season has officially come to a disappointing end.
But for those of you who remain in the chase, do not rest on your laurels and leave your team as is. There are always ways to improve and that one last addition may make all the difference in the world.
By this point, all the good guys are gone and the only quarterbacks floating around out there are either injured or buried on the depth chart.
But my friends, please, do not worry.
Because here are some waiver wire options that you might want to take a look at before your league counterparts can beat you to the punch.
Each and every year there are a few guys that lay around on the waiver wire for a few weeks before exploding onto the scene and becoming fantasy legends like Ryan Grant from a year ago.
It's important you keep evaluating your talent each week and don't be afraid to drop someone on your roster that has been getting by on name recognition alone.
Brandon Jackson Packers, RB - Monitor the injury reports coming out of Green Bay before you make Jackson an addition to your roster. In place of an injured Ryan Grant (hand), Jackson filled in admirably against the Panthers and finished with 80 yds on 11 carries.
He looked explosive coming off the edge and was an element the Packers had been missing from Ryan Grant. But if Grant does return this week, Jackson won't get nearly enough carries to merit consideration here.
Then again, if that sore hand of Ryan Grant's causes any ball control issues, expect to see a heavier does of B-Jax.
Le'Ron McClain Ravens, RB - Earlier in the year I took a chance on McClain after he scored four touchdowns in Weeks 3 through 5. I was promptly rewarded with a disastrous two carry, negative two yard performance that was the death blow for my team in Week 6.
And now here we are again, McClain coming off two impressive fantasy performances that make you want to believe he is cementing himself as the Ravens featured back. Incumbent Willis McGahee didn't register a single carry despite being healthy enough to play, according to published reports.
But then you read a quote like this from head coach John Harbaugh and confusion truly begins to set in:
"We've got a plan, and we've got a plan for Willis, I guarantee you. And he's going to be a big part in December, no question about it."
Tashard Choice Cowboys, RB - The hype surrounding Felix Jones' arrival in Dallas had the fantasy world drooling over his tremendous upside potential. But an injury in Week 6 and subsequently being placed on the IR has ended Jones' season, leaving a gaping hole in many a roster.
My friend, there is only one 'Choice' to make. (Terrible)
With a hobbled Marion Barber III (dislocated pinkie toe) unable to finish out the Boys' annual Turkey Day beat-down, new backup Tashard Choice stepped right in and finished the day with 57 yds on 11 carries.
Barber sounds as if he'll be ready to play this week, so Choice won't be in line for the bulk of the carries just yet. But just like with Jackson, if this injury persists Choice's role will only expand.
Kevin Faulk Patriots, RB - Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is quickly entering the Mike Shanahan territory of head coaches fantasy players loath due to their inconsistent approach to the run game.
This season alone, the Patriots have used Laurence Maroney, LaMont Jordan, BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Sammy Morris, Heath Evans and Kevin Faulk.
But somehow Faulk is managing to produce with the small number of carries he gets every week.
Wk 11 vs. Jets: 12 touches, 87 total yds
Wk 12 vs. Dolphins: 14 touches, 105 total yds, TD
Wk 13 vs. Steelers: 13 touches, 121 total yds
Not a bad pickup in deeper leagues. He's a guy that Belichick trusts and that seems to go much further on this team than actual talent.
Mark Clayton Ravens, WR - First and foremost, just please understand that you've already missed out on his best game this season. Last weekend he not only hauled in five passes for 164 yds and a TD, but Clayton also launched a 32-yard passing TD to fellow wideout Derrick Mason.
The potential has always been there and we've all just been waiting for it to come out. Maybe it took an arm as strong as rookie Joe Flacco's for it to materialize or who knows what else.
But whatever it is, we hope he just keeps on doing it.
Amani Toomer / Domenik Hixon Giants, WRs - Both of these guys are immediate pickups in my book.
But you'll have to choose which you'll want to roll with into the postseason.
Toomer is obviously Manning's most trusted target. He's basically been there since Manning took over the offense and the two now have an undeniable chemistry out on the field.
Hixon is the heir apparent to Plaxico 'Cheddar Bob' Burress and has already turned heads with his raw skills.
He's the big play potential you're looking for while Toomer is the consistent producer you need.
Who's it going to be?