Here's 10 fantasy players to target off the waiver wire heading into Week 5.
Isaac Bruce, WR, San Francisco: Bruce might be a little long in the tooth at the age of 35, but he has an intimate knowledge of Mike Martz's offense. He's also the most reliable option in the team's passing game for quarterback J.T. O'Sullivan.
Marc Bulger, QB, St. Louis: Bulger was dropped in a lot of fantasy leagues after losing his starting job to Trent Green. Green is past his prime, however, and I think Bulger will resume a prominent role soon. If he's available, pick him up and stash him away.
Bobby Engram, WR, Seattle: Consider this a reminder that Engram and Deion Branch are both expected to return to action in Week 5. Engram is the more valuable asset of the two veteran wide receivers, but both warrant a roster spot in all fantasy formats.
Matt Jones, WR, Jacksonville: Jerry Porter made his Jaguars debut against Houston, but Jones proved to be the main man in the passing game. He hauled in five passes for 71 yards and scored on a 16-yard pass. At this point, Jones is more viable fantasy option.
Deuce McAllister, RB, New Orleans: McAllister went from invisible in the first three weeks to fantasy relevant against San Francisco. He rushed for 73 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries in a 31-17 win over the Niners. So much for Pierre Thomas.