Here's a quick look at 10 fantasy players to target off the waiver wire heading into Week 4.
Antonio Bryant, WR, Tampa Bay: Bryant made some serious noise in the absence of Joey Galloway with 10 catches and 138 yards in an overtime win over the Chicago Bears. A former 1,000-yard wideout, Bryant could be a real asset if Galloway is out for an extended period.
Correll Buckhalter, RB, Philadelphia: Brian Westbrook injured his ankle against the Pittsburgh Steelers, so it's time to add Buckhlater as insurance. He would share the workload with Lorenzo Booker, who is also a viable option off the waiver wire if Westbrook is out.
Jason Campbell, QB, Washington: Campbell has been a nice option over the past two weeks with a combined 514 passing yards and three touchdowns (he would have had four scores if not for a penalty). He's become a reliable fantasy reserve and starter against lesser opponents.
Trent Edwards, QB, Buffalo: Edwards completed over 61 percent of his passes and threw for 279 yards and one touchdown in a win over the Oakland Raiders. With the defenseless St. Louis Rams next on the schedule, Edwards will be a solid sleeper candidate in Week 4.
Bobby Engram, WR, Seattle: If you have a roster spot and can stash Engram or Deion Branch, now's the time to do it. The Seahawks have a bye in Week 4, so no one will think to add them. Both of these veteran wideouts are expected to be back in Week 5, barring setbacks.
Ike Hilliard, WR, Tampa Bay: Hilliard, who will enter next week with 16 receptions and two touchdowns, has become a nice option in all PPR formats. Based on those numbers, he's been much more valuable than Chad Johnson despite being owned in far fewer NFL.com leagues.
Rudi Johnson, RB, Detroit: Have the Lions lost faith in Kevin Smith? He saw a mere three carries to Johnson's 14 in a loss to San Francisco. Not that Johnson will light the fantasy football world on fire, but he's worth a roster spot in leagues with 12-plus teams.
J.T. O'Sullivan, QB, San Francisco: I listed O'Sullivan in this spot last week, and he responded with a solid performance against Detroit. He's still a free agent in a lot of NFL.com leagues, though, and his Week 4 matchup in New Orleans is a favorable one.
Matt Prater, K, Denver: Kickers don't get a lot of love in fantasy land, but you do have to start one every week. Prater has shown a strong and accurate leg and has developed into a fantasy starter in all formats. He's becoming this season's Nick Folk.
Steve Slaton, RB, Houston: Slaton started ahead of an injured Ahman Green and posted an impressive four catches, 124 scrimmage yards and one touchdown in Tennessee. If he can record those sort of numbers against the formidable Titans, Slaton can do it against most teams.
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