Who do I pick up on waivers? It’s the question all fantasy managers ask at the start of each week. This article will give you some insight into the top players you should pick up from the Waiver Wire, to help your team. Oftentimes, the players you pick up from waivers can win you your league. So we want to get those players before our league-mates do. Here are the top Week 3 Waiver Wire targets. All of these players are on less than 50% of rosters according to Yahoo Fantasy Leagues.
The Wide Receiver for the Arizona Cardinals is on fire to start the season. He is averaging 14.3 yards after the catch per reception this season. This could be your last chance to get him before he’s on someone else’s roster for the rest of the year. He is a solid WR3/Flex play. Because of that, if you need a Wide Receiver, pay up for Rondale Moore on the Waiver Wire for Week 3.
This Minnesota Vikings Wide Receiver is also on fire to start the year. Week 1, he had 7 receptions on 9 targets for 76 receiving yards. Week 2, he had 5 receptions on 6 targets for 91 receiving yards and a touchdown. The Irv Smith injury might be helping the second-year wide receiver get more looks. So we can take advantage and add him to your bench. Don’t use a high-priority waiver or pay a lot of FAAB for him, but certainly, keep him on your radar and add him to your bench if it’s deep enough.
RB/WR for the Atlanta Falcons is involved in the offense a good amount. He had 2 touchdowns in Week 2 and as long as he’s involved, he’s worth having on your bench. If your RB slot is hurting with injuries, you can start Patterson. If no one in your league has him, get Patterson from the Week 3 Waiver Wire.
The New England Patriots running back is heavily involved with Mac Jones under center. Because of White’s involvement in the passing game, he’s a must-pick-up in PPR leagues. In fact, White has seen 6 targets in both games this year. As long as the Patriots aren’t pushing the ball down the field, White will continue to see a solid amount of volume.
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