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Daniel Jones, Phillip Dorsett, and Nelson Agholor are some of the top fantasy-football pickups heading into Week 4 of the NFL season.
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Three weeks into the NFL season, fantasy football has already seen some heroes emerge.On Sunday, a few backup quarterbacks outperformed expectations, and a few wide receivers had breakout days worthy of your attention.Here are 14 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 is in full swing.After a Week 3 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 14 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.
Daniel Jones, QB, New York Giants
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ESPN fantasy ownership: 12.7%Week 3 stats: 336 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, two rushing touchdowns — 34.2 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: In his first game as the Giants starting quarterback, Jones looked rock-solid. He threw two touchdowns and rushed for two more to rally New York back from an 18-point deficit to beat the Buccaneers, 32-31.The Giants offense still isn’t great, but it looked a lot livelier with Jones taking snaps on Sunday.
Kyle Allen, QB, Carolina Panthers
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ESPN fantasy ownership: 0.9%Week 3 stats: 261 passing yards, four passing touchdowns — 24.3 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Allen looked fantastic filling in for Cam Newton on Sunday, throwing four touchdown passes to finish as one of the top seven quarterbacks in fantasy.We don’t know how long Newton is expected to be out, but until he returns, Allen is a viable option for those in need of a quarterback in deeper leagues.
Wayne Gallman, RB, New York Giants
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