Fantasy Football Week 4: Waiver Wire

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Running Back

Karlos Williams, BUF (26%) – Has scored a TD in all three games this year, had 110 yards last week on just 12 carries, and could be the main back this week with LeSean McCoy banged up. Williams is my top overall waiver add this week.

Thomas Rawls, SEA (3%) – The rookie had an impressive debut last week with 104 yards on 16 carries in relief of Marshawn Lynch. It’s unknown whether Lynch will be ready next week, but pretty clear that Rawls is the primary backup.

Lance Dunbar, DAL (17%) – Has become a big part of the Cowboys passing game and is worth a look in PPR leagues after his 10 catch, 100 yard game last week. Dunbar already has 23 targets on the season.

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Charles Sims, TB (10%) – It’s just a matter of time until Sims starts cutting into Doug Martin’s touches. For now most of Sims value is in the passing game, but he is the more talented back and could have a big second half.

Alfred Blue, HOU (24%) – He might only have one game left with Arian Foster set to return soon, but Blue is coming off a huge 139 yard, 1 TD game vs the Bucs. If Blue gets the start this week against the Falcons, he could have another solid game.