Week 4 Waivers
Here is my weekly waivers collab with @fantasypollsnow. These are the top 10 waivers we recommend adding in this order. Shoutout to him as well as @goatmixer for the video on the swipe. Be sure to follow both of them if you are not already.
Through 3 weeks he has become the RB1 in Miamia, with 50+ touches so far. He has steadily averaged 13 PPG and hasn’t even scored a TD yet. A good target for a RB heavy team.
While it is unlikely we see him keep it up, Jefferson had an amazing week 2 performance, and he showed he could adapt to playing on the outside well.
Once again, Allen Lazard is on this list. Averaging 17 PPG so far, he could be very good with Rodgers, who is back to his old gunslinging form this year.
His snap % has gone from 21, to 65 to 81 in week 3. He saw 9 targets and scored 2 tds. AJ Green doesn’t look the same, and Higgins looks to be taking his role away. Burrow looks good, so Higgins is a must add.
He saw 8 targets on Sunday, and this unit is in desperate need of pass catchers, and he fits the bill.
Assuming Chris Carson is out for week 4, Carlos Hyde can be a potential flex play or RB2 and a short term fix for those with an injured RB.
Yes, he hasn’t been good so far. But after this week’s touch matchup against the Rams, he plays the Cowboys, Football Team (2x), Eagles (2x), Bucs, all before week 11. He can easily be a top-8 QB in that stretch, as we saw him do it last year.
A deep sleeper in preseason, Renfrow looks to finally be getting his targets. In games Ruggs is out, look for flex play from Renfrow.
“Philip Rivers loves his tight ends” is a common saying in the fantasy industry. He’s averaged 11 PPG and is a top-10 TE right now, and I wouldn’t be shocked if he keeps it up.
Let’s be honest- Rex Burkhead is not going to keep up his 3 TD performance. But he is a realistic bench option for teams struggling at RB.
Others we like Corey Davis, Randall Cobb, Benny Snell, Ryan Fitzpatrick, N’Keal Harry, Chase Edmonds