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Fantasy Football: Waiver Wire Additions for Week 3

Here's a look at some players that should take priority if you're looking to pick up some reinforcements from the waiver wire.

Garrett Wilson, WR, Jets: The rookie looks the part, and it only took him two games before leading his team in targets, yards and receptions. Look for him to build on Sunday's performance.

Nelson Agholor, WR, Patriots: He's no stranger to flashing good games, and next he gets to face the Ravens, who simply fell apart against the Dolphins passing game. Agholor caught all six of his targets for 110 yards and a score Sunday.

Curtis Samuel, WR, Commanders: He had 11 targets in Week 1 and nine in Week 2 and has caught at least seven passes in each game and is on a two-game scoring streak to start the year.

Noah Brown, WR, Cowboys: Brown is emerging as a top target for Cooper Rush and made it two games in a row in which he's caught at least five passes. In Week 2 he went for 91 yards and scored.

Jakobi Meyers, WR, Patriots: Here's another Pat on this list who had a good day and gets to face the Ravens next. Meyers has been targeted at least six times in each game.

Greg Dortch, WR, Cardinals: I put you on Dortch last week, but he's still available in a ton of leagues. It's not too surprising as the 24-year-old is keeping the slot warm for Rondale Moore. Still, it looks like it might be hard to keep him off the field.

Darrel Williams, RB, Cardinals: We'll see how bad James Conner is hurt, but Williams did more with his eight carries than Eno Benjamin did, including a goal-line score, in relief.

Joe Flacco, QB, Jets: With weapons like Wilson, Elijah Moore, Corey Davis and reliable pass-catching backs like Michael Carter and Breece Hall, Flacco could serve as a solid streaming QB.

Carson Wentz, QB, Commanders: It's been two weeks and despite some ugly plays, Wentz is still putting up big numbers. With middle of the road defenses coming up, he could be an OK start.

Breshad Perriman, WR, Buccaneers: Mike Evans is suspended for a game, and Perriman has shown he can be useful, catching three passes for 45 yards and a TD Sunday.

Chiefs Defense/Special Teams: They get to face the Colts who are struggling big-time on offense after being shut out by the Jaguars on Sunday.

Mike Gesicki, TE, Dolphins: After a goose egg in Week 1, he caught every target that came his way for 41 yards and a touchdown. If he was angrily dropped by someone else after the first week, he might be worth adding.

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