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ZB’s Waiver Wire Adds for Week 4

Who can help your fantasy team in Week 4?

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Quarterbacks

Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins

Week 3 Stats: 289 Passing YDS, 3 TD, 26.2 PTS

Available in 92.2 % of leagues

If you would have told me after three weeks that the Dolphins would be undefeated and New England would be a game under .500, I would’ve say you were dreaming; but here we are. Until further notice, Ryan Tannehill is a viable streamer in 12-man leagues.

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Baker Mayfield, Cleveland Browns

Week 3 Stats: 201 Passing YDS, 2PC, 9.8 PTS

Available in 93.2 % of leagues

What. A. Game. Thursday Night Football in Week 3 was one the best in recent memory. Baker Mayfield was confident and electric, elevating the performance of every player on the offense. He’s a perfect draft and stash candidate this week to see how he can do in four quarters of play.

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Running Backs

Javorius Allen, Baltimore Ravens

Week 3 Stats: 7 Rushing YDS, 1 Rushing TD, 3 Receptions, 19 Receiving YDS, 1 Receiving TD, 17.6 PTS

Available in 60.7 % of leagues

The only half-back worth adding this week comes from Charm City. Through three contests, it has been abundantly clear that this Ravens offense can sustain two fantasy relevant running backs in Alex Collins and Javorius Allen. Allen’s presence as a receiving option puts him in flex consideration until further notice.

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Wide Receivers

Mike Williams, Los Angeles Chargers

Week 3 Stats: 4 Receptions, 81 YDS, 2 TD, 24.1 PTS

Available in 66.9 % of leagues

Look who’s finally healthy and ready to put the league on notice. The former Clemson star missed the better part of his inaugural season due to injury yet has been one of Philip Rivers’ favorite targets so far this year. As long as Keenan Allen remains a factor, Mike Williams will be considered a streamer. But if the latter misses any time, get ready.

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Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 3 Stats: 5 Receptions, 74 YDS, 1 TD, 16.4 PTS

Available in 62.3 % of leagues

Even after their first loss of the season, I can confidently say, “The Bucs are for real.” Chris Godwin has established himself as Ryan Fitzpatrick’s second favorite option. Mike Evans will get his volume, but DeSean Jackson is reliant on the deep ball, and Godwin should get the national attention he deserves.

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Tight Ends

Dallas Goedert, Philadelphia Eagles

Week 3 Stats: 7 Receptions, 73 YDS, 1 TD, 20.1 PTS

Available in 98.1 % of leagues

My choice for “TE to keep an eye on in Week 3had the best game of his young career on Sunday against the Colts. With the return of Carson Wentz, it’s extremely promising to see him establish such a solid rapport with Goedert in his first game back.

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