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Week 4: Waiver Wire

Here are some guys you should consider adding to your roster this week if they are available in your league:

QB David Garrard (JAX): People may have dropped Garrard due to his poor start. But he showed last week that he can still be a viable fantasy QB.  He is not consistent enough to be your QB1, but he is worth playing against weaker matchups.

RB Deuce McAllister (NO): Deuce had 20 carries for 78 yards and a TD in his first real action since last season. He was rarely in the game during weeks 1-3, but came on strong in week 4. Grab him and add him if he is available.

RB Michael Bush (OAK): McFadden’s toe injury is still an issue. The coaches in Oakland said they might have not even let him suit up for last game if they did not have issues with depth. Bush has been more productive over the past two games.

RB Mewelde Moore (PIT): Rashard Mendenhall is out for the year. Parker missed week 4, but is expected to be back in week 5. However, if he is not 100%, Moore will get the start. Keep an eye on Parker’s status.

RB Rudi Johnson (DET): Rudi Johnson is officially the starter in Detroit. He will probably not put up numbers like he did during his heyday in Cincy, but he should be a solid guy to add for depth.

WR Lance Moore (NO): I wrote about him last week as a guy to watch, and he blew up with 100+ yards and 2 TDs. If he is still available, grab him now. He should continue to put up some decent numbers, at least until Colston comes back.

WR Arnaz Battle (SF): Battle stepped in for the injured Bryant Johnson and put up 120 yards on 7 catches. Battle could be a good bye-week fill-in as long as he is starting in place of Johnson.

WR Steve Breaston (ARI): I’ve had my eye on him for a few weeks, and he finally broke out last week. Now, with Boldin injured and possibly missing some time, Breaston should become even more involved. And Arizona loves to pass the ball.

TE Owen Daniels (HOU): Daniels had 71 yards in week 3 and another 87 yards in week 4. If Schaub can play like he did last week and not like he did in his first two games, Owens should be a solid TE option going forward.

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