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Jacoby Brissett, Wayne Gallman, and Darrel Williams are some of the top fantasy-football pickups heading into Week 5 of the NFL season.
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Four weeks into the NFL season, bye weeks are beginning to wreak havoc on fans of fantasy football.On Sunday, a few players emerged as potential replacements for any fantasy players facing a particularly daunting bye week soon.Here are 13 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 4 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 13 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.
Jameis Winston, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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ESPN fantasy ownership: 44.8%Week 4 stats: 385 passing yards, four passing touchdowns, one interception — 29.3 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: After a top-five performance in Week 3, Winston had a huge day on Sunday to finish the weekend as the top quarterback in fantasy. The Buccaneers likely won’t be in another 55-40 game, but Winston has proved that he could be one of the best fantasy QBs in the league.
Jacoby Brissett, QB, Indianapolis Colts
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ESPN fantasy ownership: 31.2%Week 4 stats: 265 passing yards, three passing touchdowns, one interception — 22.5 fantasy pointsOne thing to know: Brissett has been pretty rock-solid so far this season for fantasy owners, averaging 19 points per game. That’s not going to win your league, but he’s one to keep on your radar, especially with bye weeks starting.
Jordan Howard, RB, Philadelphia Eagles
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