Fantasy Football Week 3 Waiver Wire Advice: Decker, Dalton, Delone, Denarius, DeMarco, David, and many more

After a brutal, injury-filled Sunday around the NFL, fantasy owners (especially depressed Jamaal Charles owners like me) will be flocking to the waiver wire (and potentially liquor stores) for some relief.

Luckily, a number of options emerged on Sunday, so here is the Week 3 list of potential pickups that are owned in less than half of Yahoo! Leagues.

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Fantasy Football Week 3 Waiver Wire Advice: Quarterback

Rex Grossman (21%), Washington

While a pair of first half interceptions hurt his fantasy output (although Anthony Armstrong should have caught one of them), Grossman still threw for close to 300 yards and two scores.  In the last five games, he now has 1,436 passing yards and 11 touchdowns.

Next up for Sexy Rexy are the Cowboys, who got lit up by Mark Sanchez in Week One and gave up two TDs to Alex Smith this week.

Matt Hasselbeck (17%)

fantasy football week 3 waiver wire advice andy dalton I threw out Hasselbeck as a waiver option prior to the season opener, and he has done nothing to change my opinion.  He threw for a pair of TDs against the Jags and then completed better than 70 percent of his passes against Baltimore for 358 yards and a score on Sunday.

Defenses continue to focus on stopping Chris Johnson, and Hasselbeck is taking advantage with Kenny Britt as the main beneficiary.  The Titans face Denver and Cleveland the next couple weeks, making Hasselbeck a potential option if you’re in a pinch.

Andy Dalton (5%)

Obviously this is only for those in deep leagues, but I was impressed with Dalton on Sunday.  A poor Denver defense also played a role, but Dalton deserves credit for playing through a wrist injury and racking up 332 passing yards and two touchdowns.  Most importantly, he didn’t turn the ball over and made a number of nice plays.

What makes him more intriguing is the list of his next five opponents: San Francisco, Buffalo, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, and Seattle.

Fantasy Football Week 3 Waiver Wire Advice: Running Back

Thomas Jones (34%)/Dexter McCluster (24%)/Le’Ron McClain (0%), Kansas City

With Jamaal Charles done for the season pending MRI results, owners will be rushing to pick up his replacement.  And while the Kansas City offense has done little to make said replacement all that desirable, I’m here to talk you through it.

Thomas Jones seems like the obvious choice, but his ceiling is incredibly low.  His skills are clearly on the decline, and he is barely averaging over 3.0 yards per carry.

McCluster, who qualifies at both running back and wide receiver in Yahoo! leagues, is the closest thing to Charles in terms of big play ability.  He has 93 rushing yards on just 12 carries (although most on reverses or misdirection plays as opposed to straight handoffs) along with nine receptions for 23 yards.  McCluster is a potential homerun hitter, but he also has lost a fumble in both games this season.  He’s definitely worth a look in PPR leagues with the Chiefs likely to be frequently playing from behind.

Don’t count out McClain, who ran for 902 yards and 10 TDs for the Ravens in 2008.  He ran for 15 yards on four carries against the Lions and added a pair of receptions.  In deep leagues, he’s worth a prospective add at this point with the hopes he wrestles the job away from Jones and gets the goal line work.

Roy Helu (21%), Washington

Tim Hightower hasn’t really done anything to lose the starting job for the Redskins, but he found himself on the sidelines toward the end of the game in favor of the rookie Helu, apparently because Hightower was “tired.”  Hightower still saw 20 carries, but Helu’s explosiveness helped ignite the Washington comeback.  He rushed for 74 yards on 10 carries and added three catches for 38 yards.

Helu is absolutely worth a roster spot to find out if he can build on this performance and eventually overtake Hightower.  Inserting Helu into the starting lineup certainly wouldn’t be the craziest decision Mike Shanahan ever made.

Delone Carter (17%), Indianapolis

Another guy I listed leading up to Week One, Carter had 11 carries for 46 yards in the Colts’ loss to Cleveland.  The game, while ugly, was close, so the fact that Carter got nearly as many carries as Joseph Addai is a good sign for the rookie runner.  Addai was still relatively effective, but in what is going to be a lost season for Indy, they owe it to themselves to see what they have in Carter.  He’s an extremely tough runner who is worth stashing on your bench.

DeMarco Murray (9%), Dallas

According to Chris Mortenson, Felix Jones separated his shoulder against San Francisco on Sunday.  While Jones reentered the game, Murray and Tashard Choice would see increased workloads if Jones winds up missing any games, which is not outside the realm of possibility.  Both guys had seven touches in relief of Jones, but Murray was more effective on the ground and has more upside.  The team remains committed to Jones, but his injury history is enough to make Murray relevant in fantasy leagues.

Isaac Redman (2%), Pittsburgh

While most of his value comes as a handcuff to Rashard Mendenhall, Redman showed this week that he has the potential to produce even when Mendenhall is healthy.  Redman ripped off a 20-yard touchdown run in the first half and finished with 49 yards in a blowout win over Seattle.  It’s also worth noting that Mendenhall got stuffed on a couple goal line carries before eventually converting one, so keep an eye on Redman’s use in those situations.  Regardless, with the Colts up next, Redman has a great opportunity to get double-digit touches in what should be another mismatch.

Fantasy Football Week 3 Waiver Wire Advice: Wide Receiver

Jerome Simpson (20%), Cincinnati

After a strong finish to last season, Simpson had just 44 yards in Week One.  Thanks in large part to an 84-yard grab, he bounced back with four catches and 136 yards against Denver.  He did have nine targets for the second straight week, but after a 10-catch performance it’s clear A.J. Green is the go-to receiver for Andy Dalton.  Still, Simpson has big play ability and has a favorable schedule coming up.  Just don’t expect a lot of consistency, and you won’t be disappointed.

fantasy football week 3 waiver wire advice andy dalton eric deckerEric Decker (12%), Denver

With Brandon Lloyd inactive and Eddie Royal dinged up, Decker was virtually the only option left for Kyle Orton.  Decker caught three balls for 53 yards in the opener before blowing up for 113 yards and two scores against the Bengals.  Things will only improve for him once Lloyd is back to draw coverage from opposing defenses.  Royal has been a disappointment since his rookie season, so look for Decker to hang onto the starting job even when Royal gets healthy.

Denarius Moore (11%), Oakland

Much like the Broncos, healthy receivers were pretty hard to come by for Oakland.  Moore earned rave reviews in the preseason but was used sparingly in the opener.  Jason Campbell looked his way early and often against the Bills, resulting in a five-catch, 146-yard day for the rookie wideout.  He caught a 50-yard bomb for a TD and nearly hauled in a Hail Mary on the final play of the game.  Moore added 25 yards on the ground, and the Raiders would need to institute tougher drug-testing for their coaches if Moore isn’t in the starting lineup even once Darrius Heyward-Bey and Jacoby Ford are healthy.

Nate Washington (9%), Tennessee

As I mentioned above with Hasselbeck, there are plenty of opportunities for the Tennessee receivers given how much defenses are focused on Chris Johnson.  And with Kenny Britt drawing the bulk of the attention in the secondary, Washington has put together a couple good games.  He saw 11 targets on Sunday and now has 13 receptions for 166 yards this season.  Again, the schedule is favorable in the coming weeks, making Washington a solid option as an injury fill-in.

David Nelson (4%), Buffalo

Nelson’s game-winning TD capped a career day where he caught 10 balls for 83 yards in what was the most entertaining game of the day.  Nelson also had 66 yards in the opener, and he took advantage of an ankle injury to Roscoe Parrish, who is expected to miss at least a few weeks.

At 6-foot-5, Nelson has great size for a slot receiver and will benefit from playing alongside Steve Johnson.  Keep in mind that Johnson has also been nursing an injury and limped off the field late in the game on Sunday.  The Bills will need to throw it a lot against New England next week, making Nelson an intriguing pickup, particularly in PPR leagues.

Brandon LaFell (2%), Carolina

If there was any doubt after Week One, there is not anymore: Cam Newton is the real deal.  While he continues to feed the ball to Steve Smith, LaFell racked up 70 receiving yards in the opener and had 49 more to go with a TD against the Packers.  For now, he’s only rosterable in deep leagues, but if Newton is going to keep up his current pace, someone has to be on the receiving end.

Kevin Ogletree (0%), Dallas

I mentioned Ogletree last week within the context of Dez Bryant’s injury.  With Bryant sidelined for Sunday’s game, Ogletree caught two passes for 50 yards.  The most notable development from that game was Miles Austin re-pulling his hamstring.  According to Chris Mortenson, the Cowboys fear Austin may be out until after Dallas’ Week Five bye, which means more of Ogletree in the starting lineup.

Fantasy Football Week 3 Waiver Wire Advice: Tight End

Fred Davis (17%), Washington

I’m not quite lazy enough to just copy and paste what I wrote about Davis last week, but here are a few noteworthy points.  Davis has TDs in three of the last four games with Grossman as the QB.  He continues to see more targets than Chris Cooley and has shown the ability to be a consistent fantasy producer in the past.  On Sunday, he hauled in six of his seven targets for 86 yards and a score.

The Cowboys gave up solid fantasy numbers to Dustin Keller in Week One, so the matchup is decent next week as well.  He’s definitely an option for Aaron Hernandez owners since it sounds as if he will be out this week.

Streaming Defense(s) of the Week

Arizona (19%)

They play against Seattle and Tarvaris Jackson next week.  That’s all you need to know.

Tennessee (6%)

The Titans have allowed 29 points in two weeks and have tallied five sacks and four turnovers as well.  Denver is next up on the schedule, and the Broncos’ offense has been injury-riddled and inconsistent so far.

Have any questions or feedback?  Leave them in the comments below or hit me up on Twitter (@andybottoms).


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  1. I'm thinking of dropping Jerome Harrison for Roy Helu. I have Harrison for when Best goes down, but I can't wait forever and I really have no one else to drop. Gore, R Bush, Blount, and Sproles are my other RBs. (0.5 PPR)

    • That seems reasonable to me. Helu could get more playing time even without an injury to the starter. Harrison likely won't. It's tough to see into the future, so go with the guy who is closer to getting start-worthy carries.

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      I agree with Jerod, would much rather have Helu of the two at this point, although I share your concern for Best's health.

  2. Hi Andy,

    With Charles out, would you consider Ryan Mathews a better option than Thomas Jones and McCluster (PPR League)? Also, I have been waiting on the official word… is Charles done for the season for sure?


    • Yes, he's done. As for Mathews…HELL YES. He shouldn't be available in any leagues. Snatch him up quickly.

      • Yes, sir! Done that, and thanks for the quick reply, much appreciated! As I was scouring the waiver wire for Charles' replacement I was a bit surprised myself why Mathews is still available.

        On a different note I have Wayne, Britt and Harvin as WRs. Any of these sound like a worthy replacement for Harvin to you – Jordy Nelson, Eric Decker, AJ Green?


        • Boy, depending on the matchup I could make a case for all of those guys over Harvin. That said, Harvin's 7 catch, 76 yard performance in Week 2 was encouraging, and he's got the best combo of talent/experience/role out of all those guys, so I'd stick with him…for now. But if AJ Green has one more explosive game, that could change.

  3. J.Stewart was dropped in my 12 team league R Helu is also available. Who do I use my # 1 waiver on?

    • Personally, I would wait if you have the #1 waiver priority. I'm not bullish on Stewart in Carolina's new pass-happy offense and Helu is still on a Shanahan team, so even if he ends up starting, he could yanked right back. #1 waiver is valuable. I'd wait for better options before using.

  4. I am in a 12 team league. I was going to drop Roy Williams and Sidney Rice and try to pick up Decker or Denarius Moore. Also was thinking of dropping Woodhead and picking either Dexter McCluster or Demarco Murray. I currently have AP, Beanie Wells, McGahee, Tate, and Steven Jackson. WR's are real thin on my team, Mike Wallace, Nate Burrelson, Percy Harvin and the above mentioned Rice and Williams, any thoughts. I have Gates but he hasn't done crap yet..

  5. I am tempted to pick up few players to fill some gaps.
    Cam Newton for either Big Ben (run based offense not much passing TDs) or J Cutler (interception magnet)
    Miles Austin is injured, but I can swing with Steve Smith (Car) until he recovers or if Cowgirls actually let him play (i doubt that)
    Knowshawn Moreno for Wills McGahee, Roy Helu,Dexter McCluster
    Jimmy Graham and Pettigrew for Jermain G or Scott Chandler (has TD's in mostly all but 1 game i think)

    I have B.Marshall, Vinny J, Smiles Austin and Steve Smith (Car) for my WRs
    I have McFadden, Michael Turner, Felix Jones and Knowshean Moreno for my RB's


    • I understand your thinking, but I'd rather have Ben and Cutler than Newton. I just think that the defenses will eventually catch up with Newton and he'll begin having some tough games. Rookies just don't do what he's doing, and we saw the struggles already start with 3 INTs v GB.

      I like Helu and McCluster too, though not enough to drop Felix or Knowshon. If you wanted to drop Knowshon for McGahee, I can see it…but I wouldn't do it yet. I was high on Knowshon before the season and I'm going to overreact to two weeks.

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      I can't see dumping Roethlisberger, but I would at least consider picking up Newton for Cutler. I have soured on Moreno fairly quickly, and I guess if I had to pick one of those three it would be Helu. I think he continues to see more touches in Washington. I would not dump Graham, and I would wait it out with PEttigrew for another week.

  6. Why is there a picture of Ed McCaffrey next to Eric Decker?

  7. eViL-PORCUPINE says:

    What are your thoughts on Moreno? Is he worth keeping? Seems a bit injury prone but turned out to be a late starter last year. Would you rather have Ingram?

    And what are your thoughts on Addai? Is he worth a flex spot in 10 Team Standard or PPR.

  8. eViL-PORCUPINE says:

    What are your thoughts on Moreno? Too much of an injury risk? He seems to be hurt every year but he does
    come around later in the season it seems. Does Ingram have more upside?

    Also… is Addai going to be serviceable ROY or should I try to grab McCluster or T-Jones?

    • I would want McCluster over Addai personally. KC has no choice but to start getting him the ball with Charles out and few other options on offense. As for Moreno, I was high on him coming into the season, but he know has to a) get healthy and b) wrestle the starting gig back from McGahee. Sucks, but such is life with Knowshon. I don't think Ingram has more upside though. He's done nothing so far.

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      I still believe in Ingram and would rather have him than Moreno, particularly in a non-PPR league. Ingram has had a couple tough matchups, but I think he still has value as the year goes on.

  9. eViL-PORCUPINE says:

    Hi there…

    Can you tell me what you think of my team. I've lost 2 weeks in a row although I may have not managed it right by sitting Bears D for 20+ points week 1 and played Lloyd (0) instead of Blount week 2.

    10 Team Standard League

    Rivers / Flacco
    McCoy / Gore / Ben Tate / Blount
    Boldin / Lloyd / Manningham / P-Burress
    Vernon Davis / Jimmy Graham
    Mason Crosby
    Bears / Lions

    I feel like I need one more RB! Anyone you would drop? With the news of Benson's possible suspension i would like to pick him up.

    • eViL-PORCUPINE says:

      Bernard Scott that is…

    • Andy Bottoms says:

      I like Bernard Scott and would probably drop one of those defenses to pick him up, but I say that as someone who picks up a new defense each week. You are solid at QB, RB, and TE. WR is obviously the weak spot, and it doesn't sound like Manningham will play this week. What WR are out there on the wire?

      • eViL-PORCUPINE says:

        Eric Decker, Lance Moore, Bess, Gibson and someone just dropped Percy Harvin. Slim pickins'

        • eViL-PORCUPINE says:

          Oh and Denarius Moore

          • Andy Bottoms says:

            I like Harvin best long term, also like D. Moore although the matchup isn't great for this week

          • eViL-PORCUPINE says:

            Are you still talking about picking up Harvin and drop a D? I like Harvin's long term appeal too despite Leslie Frazier's limiting his snaps. I figure he is the best player aside from AP on that team and they will eventually figure that out. I kind of like rotating between the 2 Defenses up until their bye weeks. So would you say to drop Plaxico for Harvin?

          • Andy Bottoms says:

            I would pick up Harvin and drop a defense. Plax has more value than a backup defense, and I feel like you can play matchups on defense well enough to survive.

  10. My team is all sorts of screwed due to injuries… im starting shonne greene and MJD at rb… but for my 2 wr and flex who do I play week 3… (julio jones, Nate burrelson, reggie wayne, plaxico, Ingram or devery henderson)… thanks

  11. Hi Jerod
    Which 3 would you play at WR from Nicks, Bowe, Harvin, Knox and Ward
    At D Saints or Lions?
    And as a backup RB is Addai now worthless? Not much available on waivers(Lynch, Grant, JStew, Bush(m) Sproules, T Jones)

    thanks man


    • Andy Bottoms says:

      I would play Nicks, Bowe and Harvin. They seem to be the best bets to put up stats, even if it's in garbage time as it may be for Bowe and Harvin.
      I would go with the Lions D.
      I don't think Addai is worthless, but he's getting there. If it's a PPR league, I could see looking at Sproles. Otherwise, I would stand pat for now.

  12. Got Shonne Greene, Ben Tate and Cedric Benson. most likely gonna start Tate. cant decide between Greene and Benson. any advice?? thanks

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