Week 4 Waiver Wire Pickups: Sleepers Who May Still Be Available

Week 4 Waiver Wire
Here’s a look at players on the rise that might be worth picking up in week 4.
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Quarterbacks are ordered by their number of fantasy points scored in week 3. (< 70% owned)

6% Rostered

53% Rostered

21% Rostered

31% Rostered

11% Rostered

57% Rostered

20% Rostered

67% Rostered

46% Rostered

45% Rostered

28% Rostered

16% Rostered

Wide Receivers

Wide receivers are ordered by their number of targets in week 3. (< 70% owned)

58% Rostered

65% Rostered

53% Rostered

44% Rostered

51% Rostered

0% Rostered

24% Rostered

39% Rostered

50% Rostered

66% Rostered

11% Rostered

26% Rostered

15% Rostered

28% Rostered

2% Rostered

22% Rostered

17% Rostered

45% Rostered

51% Rostered

69% Rostered

2% Rostered

6% Rostered

49% Rostered

17% Rostered

Running Backs

Running backs are ordered by their number of fantasy points scored in week 3. (< 70% owned)

7% Rostered

16% Rostered

66% Rostered

54% Rostered (49% last week)

65% Rostered (60% last week)

25% Rostered

35% Rostered (36% last week)

Tight Ends

Tight ends are ordered by their number of targets in week 3. (< 60% owned)

56% Rostered

4% Rostered

2% Rostered

24% Rostered

46% Rostered

55% Rostered

9% Rostered

8% Rostered

49% Rostered



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