Top 15 waiver-wire pickups for Week 3 of fantasy football

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Demarcus Robinson shined on Sunday in the absence of Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill.
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Two weeks into the NFL season, fantasy-football players have already seen some heroes emerge.On Sunday, a few backup Kansas City Chiefs wide receivers made their case to be included in your starting lineup, while Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews made his case as the best fantasy TE in the league.Here are 15 waiver-wire targets for fantasy players looking to fill in any gaps in their roster. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Fantasy-football season is officially on! After a Week 2 full of action, fantasy players are scrambling on Monday morning to work the waiver wire and fill in any gaps in their rosters. Below, we’ve collected 15 waiver-wire targets for fantasy players looking to add some depth to their rosters early in the season, going position by position to give you the best chance of earning your way to a first-round bye in the fantasy playoffs. All ownership percentages come from ESPN, and scoring is based on a standard ESPN points-per-reception format.

Josh Allen, QB, Buffalo Bills

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ESPN fantasy ownership: 28.1% Week 2 stats: 253 passing yards, one passing touchdown, one rushing touchdown — 22.2 fantasy points One thing to know: Allen was one of just seven quarterbacks to clear 20 fantasy points in Week 2. The Bills will play five of their next six games at home and will get to face off against the tanking Miami Dolphins twice between now and Week 11. Should you need a reliable backup or a substitute for a starter on a bye, Allen is a solid pick.

Teddy Bridgewater, QB, New Orleans Saints

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ESPN fantasy ownership: 0.2% Week 2 stats: 165 passing yards — 7.1 fantasy points One thing to know: With Drew Brees out for a while, Bridgewater should have some value moving forward, especially in leagues that start two quarterbacks. Bridgewater was underwhelming on Sunday, but with a full week of preparation, the Saints offense has enough weapons to help him move the ball.

Raheem Mostert, RB, San Francisco 49ers

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ESPN fantasy ownership: 10.6% Week 2 stats: 83 rushing yards, three receptions, 68 receiving yards, one touchdown — 24.1 fantasy points One thing to know: The

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