Waiver Wire—Week 4


Deshaun Watson, QB-Clemson
 
If you missed Saturday night’s game between Clemson and Florida State, you should know that the Tigers’ future is now with freshman quarterback Deshaun Watson.
 

 

 
Tyler Jones, QB-Texas State
 
Jones passed for 336 yards and four touchdowns at Illinois on Saturday and has now thrown four TD passes in two of his three starts this season.
 

 

 
Logan Woodside, QB-Toledo
 
Since taking over as the Rockets starting quarterback, Woodside has accounted for at least three touchdowns in both of his starts and could provide nice depth for fantasy owners in deeper leagues.
 

 

 
Matt Breida, RB-Georgia Southern
 
Breida ran for 187 yards and two touchdowns in a Saturday win over South Alabama and he has now rushed for two touchdowns in three consecutive games.
 

 

 
A.J. Ouellette, RB-Ohio
 
Coach Solich shuffled the deck at running back this week and the freshman answered the call by rushing for 132 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries.  One performance does not guarantee future success, but if you are desperate at running back, Ouellette is your guy.
 
 
 
Samaje Perine, RB-Oklahoma
 
Perine was most likely scooped up in many leagues after the news of Keith Ford’s injury broke early last week, but if the freshman running back is still available, he’s worth a claim based on his short- and long-term potential this season.
 

 

 
Justin Goodwin, RB-Rutgers
 
Now that starter Paul James has been lost for season due to an ACL tear, Goodwin and Desmon Peoples should take over as Rutgers’ top two backs, but we are expecting Goodwin to earn the lion’s share of carries.
 

 

 
Jordan Williams, WR-Ball State
 
A familiar name re-appears a couple of weeks removed from an ankle injury.  Some fantasy owners may have gotten frustrated with Williams’ lack of production and released him, but the junior receiver returned Saturday and caught seven passes for 58 yards and a touchdown against Toledo.
 

 

 
David Frazier, WR-Miami (OH)
 
Playing on a team that has been forced to pass often, Frazier has eclipsed the 100-yard mark in three of the Redhawks’ first four games.
 

 

 
Devon Hughes, WR-Buffalo
 
Hughes has caught at least five passes and a touchdown in the Bulls’ last three games and should be considered for depth, especially if you haven’t been getting consistency from your receiving corps.     
 
 
 

 

 
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