Need to improve your fantasy team? Each week, NFL.com will offer up 10 players to target off the waiver wire to help you in that quest for a league championship. The number listed in parenthesis is the percentage of NFL.com leagues that the player is still a free agent.
Matt Hasselbeck, QB, Titans (87.4 percent)
Believe it or not, but Hasselbeck is in the top 10 in fantasy points among quarterbacks -- he even has more points than Michael Vick, Philip Rivers and Matt Ryan -- so go out and grab him if you need help at the position. His teammate, Nate Washington (86.3 percent), should also be added in most leagues with Kenny Britt injured. He's on pace for better than 1,300 yards this season.
Montario Hardesty, RB, Browns (96.6 percent)
Browns coach Pat Shurmur praised Hardesty's effort in the absence of Peyton Hillis, who missed Week 3 due to strep throat. While the Arkansas product should be back in the mix against the Titans, Hardesty could have played himself into more of a role in the offense moving forward. At the very least, he's a tremendous handcuff for owners who have the Madden cover man on their roster.
Kendall Hunter, RB, 49ers (99.4 percent)
Let me know if you've heard this before -- Frank Gore is hurt. This time, the veteran running back is dealing with a bum ankle that could have his status for Week 4 in doubt. Enter Hunter, who saw an increased role against the Bengals and has the tools to make an impact if placed in a prominent role. If you have Gore -- or if you need a runner -- Hunter is worth a look off waivers.
Bernard Scott, RB, Bengals (97.0 percent)
Reports suggest that Benson will file a grievance with the NFL to have his three-game suspension overturned, but it's still a good idea to grab Scott if you need a back. The Bengals have three games against questionable defenses (Bills, Jaguars, Colts) upcoming on the schedule, so Scott could turn into a solid flex starter in most fantasy leagues if Benson is forced to miss time.
Eric Decker, WR, Broncos (53.4 percent)
Decker has earned a prominent role in the Broncos offense, and he's seeing more than his share of opportunities to produce. Over the last two weeks, the Minnesota product has been targeted a combined 21 times -- that includes 12 targets against the Titans. With Eddie Royal out of action, Decker now needs to be added in most formats. He faces the Green Bay Packers in his next contest.
Johnny Knox, WR, Bears (38.3 percent)
The Bears don't have a consistent point producer at the wide receiver position, but Knox leads them in fantasy points and should be added in most leagues. He led the team in targets (9) against the Packers and has clearly become more of an option in the pass attack than Roy Williams, Devin Hester and Earl Bennett. Knox has a favorable matchup against the Carolina Panthers in Week 4.
Denarius Moore, WR, Raiders (76.0 percent)
There were rumbles about Moore in the preseason, and injuries to a few Raiders wideouts have allowed the rookie to put up some nice totals. Over the last two weeks, he's posted a combined 34.8 fantasy points on NFL.com. Coach Hue Jackson is using different methods to get Moore involved in the offense going forward, so fantasy owners should look to get him as a potential starting option.
Lance Moore, WR, Saints (36.6 percent)
Moore is back at 100 percent after missing some time with a groin ailment, and it was clear that Drew Brees was looking in his direction against the Houston Texans. In fact, he saw more targets than both Robert Meachem and Devery Henderson. Until Marques Colston returns to the field, Moore should continue to be a popular option for Brees and has No. 3 wideout potential in fantasy land.
David Nelson, WR, Bills (79.9 percent)
Now we know why the Bills decided to part ways with Lee Evans. Nelson has emerged into a viable option for Ryan Fitzpatrick, posting a combined 16 catches for 167 yards and one touchdown in his last two games. What's more, Nelson was targeted a combined 21 times in those contests. In an offense that is putting up major fantasy points week in and week out, Nelson needs to be added in fantasy.
Torrey Smith, WR, Ravens (98.4 percent)
Talk about making an immediate impact. Starting in place of an injured Evans, Smith went off for 152 yards and three touchdowns (all in the first quarter) in a blowout win over the Rams. While the return of Evans could be a hindrance to Smith's upside in the weeks to come, the rookie out of Maryland is still well worth a look off the waiver wire. He'll face the New York Jets in Week 4.