Week 3 fantasy football waiver wire targets – NFL.com

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Last week was filled with injuries and players under-performing, so I’ll spare you the intro and get straight to the top waiver wire targets and streaming plays for Week 3:
Main Waiver Wire Targets
Make sure they’re not available! John Brown, WR, BUF; John Ross, WR, CIN; D.K. Metcalf, WR, SEA; Malcolm Brown, RB, LAR; D.J. Chark, WR, JAX; James Washington, WR, PIT
Obvious Week 3 adds: Terry McLaurin, WR, WAS; Demarcus Robinson, WR, KC; Mecole Hardman, WR, KC; Raheem Mostert, RB, SF; Carlos Hyde, RB, HOU
With 5/125/1 and 5/62/1 receiving lines in Weeks 1-2, Terry McLaurin couldn’t have started the season any better. McLaurin’s output isn’t just rookie luck, either. McLaurin has run a pass route on 91 percent of Case Keenum’s dropbacks so far while Keenan Allen (54 percent) is the only other receiver in the NFL to see at least half of their team’s air yards through two games. Go get McLaurin where ever you can… Demarcus Robinson (6/172/2) and Mecole Hardman (4/61/1) both went off in Week 2 against the Raiders, and Hardman could have had an even bigger day had his 74-yard bomb touchdown not been called back due to penalty. Robinson played more snaps than Hardman last week, but both will serve as WR3 plays with huge spiked week potential for as long as Tyreek Hill (shoulder) is out… Raheem Mostert (47 percent) surprisingly out-snapped Matt Breida (29 percent) in Week 2, but both backs played extremely well in Cincinnati. Mostert totaled 151 scrimmage yards on his 16 touches while Breida racked up 132 total yards on 13 touches. Kyle Shanahan will continue to rotate his backs with Tevin Coleman (ankle) sidelined, but both Breida and Mostert are on the low-end RB2 radar with an upcoming home draw against the Steelers… I misdiagnosed the Texans backfield after Houston traded for Carlos Hyde late in the preseason. While Duke Johnson is extremely talented, it’s clear HC Bill O’Brien does not view him as a featured back. Through two games, Hyde has handled two-thirds of the RB carries and while Johnson has the passing down work on lock, Duke’s weekly performance may be tough to predict with Hyde dominating the rushing work for now.

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