Week Three saw six of my eight wire waiver suggestions have success. By far, the best recommended pickup was TE Dustin Keller who had six receptions for 98 yards and two touchdowns.
To only name a few others that were mentioned in last week’s article, both Mike Tolbert (17 carries for 73 yards and three receptions for 17 yards) and Marshawn Lynch (13 carries for 79 yards) had decent outings for Fantasy teams.
This week with four teams and their fantasy relevant players on bye, I have 10 new players who should make immediate impact for your Fantasy team.
Matt Cassel, Kansas City Chiefs
After struggling in the first two games of the season, Cassel had a great statistical game finishing with 250 passing yards, three touchdowns and one interception. The Kansas City Chiefs are on a bye week in Week Four, yet Cassel has favorable fantasy matchups in weeks to come and stashing him away now wouldn’t be a bad idea.
The Chiefs will play the Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars starting Week Five. The Colts rank 21st against the pass and Kyle Orton threw for 476 yards against them in Week Three. The Texans rank last in pass defense and the Jaguars, who rank 29th against the pass, have surrendered a league-worst seven passing touchdowns.
Owned in 10 percent of ESPN leagues and 51 percent of CBS Sportsline leagues, Fantasy Owners looking for a viable No. 2 quarterback should pick him up immediately as a quality bye week replacement...