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Top Waiver Adds Week 4

Stephen Serda
September 25, 2018 - 2:43 pm

Top Adds Week 4

Baker Mayfield – Baker is going to top everyone’s list as he should after the performance he put in in week 3. He lead the Browns to their first victory since 2016 and changed the outlook for Jarvis Landry, Antonio Callaway, and David Njoku. He’s not going to be a weekly starter but he’s a more than serviceable backup in an offense that can finally get going.

Ryan Tannehill – Tannehill is quietly playing very well and has the Dolphins atop the AFC East at 3-0. He’s got 7 touchdowns through 3 games and he’s my top QB add this week to replace Jimmy G in multiple leagues.

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Calvin Ridley – He’s getting more and more work and going to eventually significantly cut into Muhamad Sanu’s playing time.  He’s got the talent and we all knew coming out of Alabama he was a pro ready route runner. Now he’s proving he can make plays for a Falcons team that has the capability of going off any week if they play consistent. With the injuries on that defense they could be in for a lot more shoot outs this season. He should be owned in a hundred percent of leagues.

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Mike Williams – One of my favorite sleeper picks of the year is finally showing the ability that got him taken number 7 overall  by the Chargers last season. Williams dealt with injuries throughout college but when he’s healthy there are very few guys who can go up and get it the way he does. He’s a massive target. He’s got at least 80 yards in two out of games and 3 touchdowns in the last two. I honestly think I would take him over Ridley just because of his potential.

Javorius Allen – He’s getting enough work to be this weeks Austin Ekeler. He might not do a ton of damage with his carries but he’s getting each and every goal line carry. His value speaks for itself in that regard as he’s scored in all 3 of the Ravens contests to open the season including a rushing and receiving score last week against the Broncos.

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Tyler Boyd – He’s a guy I talked about last week and I was a little skeptical he was going to keep it up but he appears ready for a breakout. He went off for 91 yard and TD in week two then followed it up with 132 yards and TD this past week. He’s only trailing A.J. Green in targets for the Bengals in what appears to be a much improved offense from last season and they’ll get Joe Mixon back soon.

Wendell Smallwood – This one is frustrating for people such as myself who went out and added Corey Clement in multiple leagues hoping he would get a starters workload. Unfortunately Dougie P seems intent on using a committee approach no matter what RB’s he has healthy and Smallwood took advantage much more than Clement did getting the red zone carries and being more efficient with the looks he did get. He’s not a guy you’re ever going to want to start weekly but Sproles is old and Ajayi is injury prone. This could be the life of the Philly backfield this year.

 

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