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.
Carson Palmer, QB, Raiders (85.5 percent):
Palmer has made some noise as a member of the Raiders, averaging 17.3 fantasy points in his first two starts with the team. While he does tend to turn the football over too much, he can still produce when facing weaker defensive opponents. Consider Palmer a viable No. 2 fantasy quarterback.
Lance Ball, RB, Broncos (99.8 percent):
The Broncos lost Willis McGahee and Knowshon Moreno to injuries, leaving Ball to see the lion's share of the carries (30) against the Chiefs. With Moreno now gone for the season, Ball would be well worth a roster spot in most leagues with a favorable matchup against the Jets next.
Kendall Hunter, RB, 49ers (96.0 percent):
Let me know if you have heard this before -- Frank Gore is injured. The veteran is dealing with both ankle and knee ailments, which kept him on the sidelines for most of the second half in Week 10. If he's unable to go or limited against the Cardinals, Hunter would become a viable flex starter.
Jason Avant, WR, Eagles (94.8 percent):
The Eagles lost Jeremy Maclin to both hamstring and shoulder ailments, so Avant and Steve Smith (95.8 percent) could see a more prominent role in the pass attack in a worst-case scenario for Maclin. Even with DeSean Jackson back in the mix, Avant and Smith could be worth a look in deeper leagues.
Earl Bennett, WR, Bears (90.5 percent):
Bennett was listed in this space last week, but he's still a free agent in a ton of leagues. That should change, though, as he led the Bears in receptions and receiving yards for the second straight week. He has clearly developed into Jay Cutler's favorite target, so don't hesitate to add him.
Antonio Brown, WR, Steelers (48.8 percent):
Can anyone explain to me how Brown is still a free agent in close to 50 percent of NFL.com leagues? He's averaged 10.6 fantasy points in his last four games, and has scored no fewer than 8.60 points in that time. The Steelers are off next week, but Brown still needs to be added in all formats.
Laurent Robinson, WR, Cowboys (82.1 percent):
With Miles Austin out of action, Robinson needs to be owned in fantasy leagues. He has scored four touchdowns in his last three games, including two against the Bills. What's more, he's averaged close to 15 fantasy points in that time. Robinson is a viable No. 3 option against the Redskins.
Denarius Moore, WR, Raiders (79.8 percent):
Last week it was Jacoby Ford, now it's Moore who's the hottest wideout in Silver & Black. The rookie went off against the Chargers with five receptions, 123 yards and two touchdowns. This situation seems fluid, so Moore is no lock to become a star. But he clearly has a rapport with Palmer.
Damian Williams, WR, Titans (99.5 percent):
Williams isn't going to replace the level of production lost when Kenny Britt went down, but he has been putting up some nice numbers. He's scored a touchdown in each of his last two games, and his 107-yard performance against the Panthers was impressive. He's worth a look in deeper leagues.
Jacob Tamme, TE, Colts (99.6 percent):
The Colts have a bye this week, but Tamme is still someone to add off the waiver wire and stash if you need a tight end. With Dallas Clark injured, he saw eight targets and posted six catches for 75 yards against the Jaguars. Tamme made a solid fantasy impact last season, so he's not a flash in the pan.